Marburg, QLD 4346

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Computer Repairs Marburg, QLD 4346

Marburg is a small township, located 60 km west of Brisbane, the capital of the State of Queensland, Australia. It is split between the City of Ipswich and Somerset Region local government areas. German settlers arrived in the region around the 1860s. The timber, sugar cane and dairy industries put Marburg on its feet. While Marburg in 1868 was a wilderness, in 1900 Marburg had a courthouse, police barracks, a post office, two hotels, five churches, a state school, a school of arts, several stores, a blacksmith, a butter factory, a sugar factory, and a rum distillery. Marburg grew rapidly in the first half of the twentieth century, as the main road from Brisbane to Toowoomba passed through the town's centre. Marburg became popular as a stopover for travellers. A small creek, the Black Snake creek, runs through Marburg. It is named after the Red-bellied Black Snake. The Marburg "Black Snake Creek Festival" is a yearly event held in October and features musicians and other attractions. Marburg has a number of heritage-listed sites, including Marburg Hotel, Marburg Community Centre and First World War Memorial, Rosewood Scrub Historical Socitey Building, and Woodlands - a fine building on Seminary Road.


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