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Meandarra ANZAC Memorial Museum, 2010
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|Population||341 (2006 census)|
|• Density||0.3746/km2 (0.970/sq mi)|
|Area||910.3 km2 (351.5 sq mi)|
|LGA(s)||Western Downs Region|
Meandarra is a town and a locality in the Western Downs Region, Queensland, Australia.
The town is located on Brigalow Creek, 361 kilometres (224 mi) west of the state capital, Brisbane. Meandarra contains the neighbourhood of Undulla at .
The Glenmorgan railway line enters the locality from the east and terminates at the Meandarra railway station immediately north of the town (Template:Coord/display/).
First surveyed in 1912 by surveyor John Daveney Steele, the town derived its name from a pastoral run first used by pastoralist Archibald Meston on 16 October 1867.
Meandarra State School opened on 27 September 1915.
Meandarra Post Office opened on 1 January 1928 (a receiving office was open from 1910 until 1918).
The Meandarra Public Library building opened in 1993.
At the 2006 census, Meandarra and the surrounding area had a population of 341.
The Glenmorgan railway line was closed beyond Meandarra closed on 26 June 2013, making Meandarra the terminus.
Meandarra State School is a government co-educational primary school (P-6) in Sara Street. The school opened on 27 September 1915.
The Western Downs Regional Council operates the Meandarra Library on Sara Street.
The Royal Hotel operates on Sara Street.
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