Duckinwilla, Queensland facts for kids
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The heritage-listed Allan Slab Hut in Duckinwilla, 2000
|Population||10 (2011 census)|
|LGA(s)||Fraser Coast Region|
Duckinwalla is mostly forested much of it in the Wonga State Forest. There is some cleared land used for farming, but no urban area. The Bruce Highway passes from south to north through the eastern part of the locality. In the centre of the locality is Lake Lenthall, created by damming the Burrum River.
The earliest European settler in the district was Eli Lenthall, a timbergetter. Lake Lenthall is named after him.
Duckinwilla has a number of heritage-listed sites, including:
- Warrah Road: Allan Slab Hut
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