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Shire of Tambo Queensland Location within Queensland Population: 615(2006 census)[1] Established: 1881 Area: 14083.8 km² (5,437.8 sq mi) Council Seat: Tambo Website: http://www.tambo.qld.gov.au/ LGAs around Shire of Tambo: Blackall Jericho Bauhinia Blackall Shire of Tambo Bauhinia Murweh Murweh Murweh The Shire of Tambo was a Local Government Area located in central Queensland south-east of the town of Blackall. It covered an area of 14,083.8 square kilometres (5,437.8 sq mi), and existed as a local government entity from 1881 until 2008, when it amalgamated with neighbouring Shire of Blackall to form the Blackall-Tambo Region. The council consisted of a Mayor and 9 elected councillors. No wards or electoral divisions existed. The Barcoo River travels through the shire's former area on its way to Cooper Creek and eventually Lake Eyre. Like much of the west, sheep became the mainstay of the economy. Today, cattle and tourism are of major importance to the region. Contents 1 History 2 Towns and localities 3 Population 4 References History Kargoolnah Divisional Board was created on 11 November 1879 as one of 74 divisions around Queensland under the Divisional Boards Act 1879, and included the areas of Blackall, Tambo and Barcaldine and parts of Jericho. On 1 January 1881, a new Division of Tambo was proclaimed and excised from Kargoolnah. With the passage of the Local Authorities Act 1902, Tambo became a shire council on 31 March 1903. On 15 March 2008, under the Local Government (Reform Implementation) Act 2007 passed by the Parliament of Queensland on 10 August 2007, the Shire of Tambo merged with the Shire of Blackall to form the Blackall-Tambo Region. Towns and localities Tambo Mount Enniskillen Yandarlo Bayrick Caldervale Lansdowne Lumeah Macfarlane Minnie Downs Scrubby Creek Windeyer Population Year Population 1933 948 1947 882 1954 1,045 1961 1,124 1966 937 1971 831 1976 668 1981 762 1986 704 1991 616 1996 566 2001 628 2006 615 References ^ Australian Bureau of Statistics (25 October 2007). "Tambo (S) (Local Government Area)". 2006 Census QuickStats. http://www.censusdata.abs.gov.au/ABSNavigation/prenav/LocationSearch?collection=Census&period=2006&areacode=LGA36650&producttype=QuickStats&breadcrumb=PL&action=401. Retrieved 17 September 2009.  v · d · eFormer Local Government Areas in Queensland Cities and townships Dalby · Goondiwindi · Roma · Bundaberg · Cairns · Caloundra · Charters Towers · Gladstone · Hervey Bay · Mackay · Maryborough · Redcliffe · Rockhampton · Toowoomba · Shires Aramac · Atherton · Barcaldine · Bauhinia · Beaudesert · Belyando · Bendemere · Biggenden · Blackall · Boonah · Booringa · Bowen · Broadsound · Bungil · Burnett · Caboolture · Calliope · Cambooya · Cardwell · Chinchilla · Clifton · Cooloola · Crows Nest · Dalrymple · Douglas · Duaringa · Eacham · Eidsvold · Emerald · Esk · Fitzroy · Gatton · Gayndah · Herberton · Ilfracombe · Inglewood · Isis · Isisford · Jericho · Johnstone · Jondaryan · Kilcoy · Kilkivan · Kingaroy · Kolan · Laidley · Livingstone · Longreach · Mareeba · Maroochy · Millmerran · Mirani · Miriam Vale · Monto · Mount Morgan · Mundubbera · Murgon · Murilla · Nanango · Nebo · Noosa · Peak Downs · Perry · Pine Rivers · Pittsworth · Rosalie · Sarina · Stanthorpe · Tambo · Tara · Taroom · Tiaro · Waggamba · Wambo · Warroo · Warwick · Whitsunday · Wondai · Woocoo