Rosevale, Queensland facts for kids
Rosevale Retreat Hotel, 2015
|Population||268 (2011 census)|
|Elevation||105 m (344 ft)|
|LGA(s)||Scenic Rim Region|
Rosevale is a small rural town in the Scenic Rim Region, Queensland, Australia. At the 2011 Australia Census the town recorded a population of 268.
The Bremer River passes through the town.
The name Rosevale is a corruption of Rossvale, the name of a pastoral run pastoral used first in 1850s by William Ross.
The Historic Rosevale Retreat Hotel, built in 1852 as a homestead, is the state's oldest hotel building. A victualler's licence was granted in 1887 to a Matthew Carmody.
Rosevale has previously belonged to the Shire of Mutdapilly, Shire of Moreton and the Shire of Boonah local government areas.
Rosevale has a number of heritage-listed sites, including:
- Rosewood - Aratula Road: St Patrick's Church and Graveyard
- 572 Rosevale Road: St Paul's Lutheran Church
- 903 Rosevale Road: Rosevale Retreat Hotel
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