Tamrookum, Queensland facts for kids
|LGA:||Scenic Rim Region|
The Mount Lindesay Highway traverses Tamrookum from north to south and forms part of the north west boundary. The eastern boundary is marked by the Logan River. A series of small, vegetated hills in the west rises to elevations of up to 140 m. In the east adjacent to the river the predominate land use is agriculture.
The name Tamrookum is believed to be a corruption of the Aboriginal words dhan/buragun meaning place of boomerangs.
Tamrookum has a number of heritage-listed sites, including:
- Tamrookum Church Road: All Saints Memorial Church, Tamrookum
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