Gympie is a town and an area in the Gympie Region, Queensland, Australia. Located in the Wide Bay-Burnett locale, Gympie is around 160 kilometers 100 mi north of the state capital, Brisbane. The city lies on the Mary River, which surges the town occasionally. Gympie is the authoritative place for the Gympie Region territory. At June 2015 Gympie had an expected urban populace of 20,810. Gympie is popular for its gold field. It contains ious memorable structures enlisted on the Queensland Heritage Register. Graziers were the first European pioneers.
Therefore, James Nash revealed the disclosure of 'payable' alluvial gold on 16 October 1867. At the season of Nash's revelation, Queensland was experiencing a serious monetary misery. Nash most likely spared Queensland from chapter 11. A commemoration wellspring in Gympie's Park respects Nash's discovery. The Gympie Gold Rush Festival commends the occasion today. The Gold Rush Festival holds 10 days of social occasions in October. Gold mining still assumes a job in the region's fortunes, alongside agribusiness dairy dominatingly, timber and tourism. The gold rush's rapid improvement prompted lanes that are in an unpredictable fashion.