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Buderim is an urban centre on the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia. It sits on a 180-metre mountain, which overlooks the southern Sunshine Coast communities. The name Buderim is from the local Kabi Kabi Aboriginal word for the hairpin honeysuckle, which grew abundantly in the sandy country around the plateau.
Buderim was seen as a resource for timbergetters, as huge stands of Beech and Australian Red Cedar grew across the mountain. Once clear felled, the plateau was used for farming. In the middle of the 20th century, the largest ginger processing facility in the southern hemisphere was built and operated as the Buderim Ginger Factory.
Buderim contains a significant heritage relic of the early days in the form of Pioneer Cottage, restored and cared for by the Buderim Historical Society. Other heritage-listed sites at Buderim include Canambie Homestead, Buderim House and Palmwoods-Buderim Tramway. Buderim's suburbs are served by Sunbus Sunshine Coast, who operate a transfer station at Buderim Market Place and a bus station at University of the Sunshine Coast. Various bus routes connect Buderim to other centres. Notable people of Buderim include Peggy Kelman, OBE - Australian pioneer aviator and Jessica Watson, OAM - Australian sailor.