Miriam Vale is located on the Bruce Highway 475 kilometres north of Brisbane, with the main North South rail line passing through the town.
The quaint township features a mixture of buildings, including some fine old structures in the timber 'Queenslander' style. A Heritage Fig Tree adorns the parkland and war memorial opposite the towns hotel.
Tranquillity trail winds along through shaded Lions Park up through native bushland to an old time cemetery.
The area was founded on grazing and timber but now boasts a strong tourist influx, good fishing, National Parks and a high population growth particularly along the Coastal fringe. The town serves as the main gateway to the delightful Discovery Coast towns of Agnes Water and Seventeen Seventy, Eurimbula, Baffle Creek, and Deepwater National Parks. Historical Bustard Heads lighthouse is an experience not to be missed whilst in the area.
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