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Burdekin Shire Council

Category: Organisation
Sub Category:Local Government
State/Country:Queensland, Australia
Summary Information:
The Burdekin Shire Council covers an area of approximately 5,053 square kilometres and is bordered by Townsville and Thuringowa City Councils to the north, Dalrymple Shire Council to the west and Bowen Shire Council to the south.

The Shire has an estimated resident population of approximately 18,500 as at the 2001 census and is categorised as a Rural Agricultural Very Large (RAV) Local Authority under the Australian classification of Local Governments.

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