Welcome to Gin Gin Queensland where farming is our culture

Gin Gin is a beautiful rural town located on the Bruce Highway at the halfway point between Brisbane and Rockhampton. Gin Gin is 51 kilometres west of Bundaberg and 370 kilometers north-west of Brisbane.

One of the few towns that can link bushrangers, barramundi, red soil and thick scrub, Gin Gin is as unique as its varied history and landscape.  Often referred to as Wild Scotsman country due to Queensland’s only bushranger, James Alpin McPherson (Wild Scotsman) was captured on Monduran Station in 1866.

Take a stroll through town and surrounding areas to get a glimpse into Gin Gin’s pioneering past with rural countryside, cattle country, vineyards, orchards and olive groves.

You can find most services in Gin Gin. Local doctors, hospital, ambulance, chemist, x-rays and pathology. Local businesses include cafes, IGA supermarket, hardware, veterinary, newsagents and more. What you can’t find in Gin Gin, you will find nearby in Bundaberg.

Gin Gin is a growing town with employment opportunities in agriculture with sugar cane, citrus orchards, grazing beef cattle and small specialist crops. It is also a growing service sector for small business. Bundaberg is only a 35 minute drive to access more opportunities.

There are many local Schools both in town and in surrounding areas – Gin Gin Primary; Maroondan Primary; Wallaville Primary; Mount Perry Primary; Booyal Central Primary; McIlwraith Primary; Bullyard Primary; Kolan South Primary and Gin Gin High School. Each are serviced by local school buses.

Come visit Gin Gin, pop in and say hello. Ask Sandra about the properties available in Gin Gin and surrounding areas. You could find your home here in Gin Gin.

Explore the unique charm of Gin Gin Queensland