Teviotville, Queensland facts for kids
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Farm along Teviotville Road, 2015
|Population||273 (2011 census)|
|LGA(s)||Scenic Rim Region|
Teviotville is a locality in the Scenic Rim of South East Queensland, Australia. At the 2011 Australian Census the locality and surrounds recorded a population of 273. The Teviotville Tree is located on private property in Teviotville. The tree was used in the filming of the 2010 film The Tree.
Teviotville was a stop along the closed Dugandan railway line. The name is derived from the name given to a railway stop by the Railway Department in 1887. That was based on the name of the major watercourse in the area, Teviot Brook. A school opened in the area in 1899. In 1981, the schools closed due to low enrolments.
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