Maryborough is a metropolis and a suburb within the Fraser Coast Region, Queensland, Australia. It is located on the Mary River in Queensland, Australia, approximately 255 kilometres north of the kingdom capital, Brisbane. The metropolis is served by the Bruce Highway. It is intently tied to its neighbour town Hervey Bay that's approximately 30 kilometres northeast. Together they shape part of the vicinity known as the Fraser Coast. At June 2015 Maryborough had an estimated city population of 27,846.
The town turned into the place for the 2013 Australian Scout Jamboree. Gubbi Gubbi language was first defined by using the Reverend William Ridley on the idea of notes taken from an interview with James Davis in 1855, who lived most of the Ginginbara clan and called it Dippil, a familiar denominator of numerous tribes speakme similar dialects to the Gubbi Gubbi people.
Norman Tindale situated the Gubbi Gubbi as an inland tribe of the Wide Bay–Burnett area, whose lands extended over 3.700 sq. Miles and lay west of Maryborough. The northern borders ran as a ways as Childers and Hervey Bay. On the south, they approached the headwaters of the Mary River and Cooroy. Westwards, they reached as far as the Coast Ranges and Kilkivan. Gubbi Gubbi country is presently placed among Pumicestone Road, close to Caboolture within the south, via to Childers inside the north.