Nambour is a metropolis and locality in South East Queensland, Australia, 101 kilometres north of the country capital, Brisbane. The metropolis lies inside the sub-tropical hinterland of the Sunshine Coast on the foot of the Blackall Range and has a populace of 11,187. It turned into the executive centre and capital of the Maroochy Shire and is now the administrative centre of the Sunshine Coast Region.
The more Nambour area consists of surrounding suburbs inclusive of Burnside, Coes Creek, and Perwillowen, and has an anticipated populace of 15,550. In 1862, Tom Petrie with 25 Turrbal and Kabi Kabi guys along with Ker-Walli, Wanangga and Billy Dinghy entered Petrie's Creek with the view to make the most the huge cedar growing inside the vicinity. Probably near Rosemount, they encountered some resident aboriginals with whom they'd a traditional rite collectively. Petrie's group afterwards made a everlasting logging camp similarly up the creek in the region now referred to as Nambour.
At this camp, Petrie branded the 25 aboriginals that have been running for him. With a chunk of organized glass, he reduce his logging symbol of a P inner a circle into every of the guys's fingers. These aboriginals, in addition to nearby Maroochy guys including Puram, labored hard, returning often with Petrie to construct the roadway, fell the wooden and transport the logs downriver. The Nambour region had its first everlasting European agreement in 1870.