Take a peek … at the Old Post Office!
Three years after Queensland was declared a self governing colony, Thomas Petrie travelled north to explore the densely forested plateau inland from the Mooloolah River looking for timber. We know it today as Buderim.
Locals have speculated over time that it’s an extinct volcano but what has never been in doubt, is the fertile volcanic soil gave rise to immense forest canopies that early timber getters would harvest for Brisbane mills – later settlers would use to sow crops for a living and today’s residents enjoy as residential communities set among the valleys and plateau.
Four Five Five Six the Buderim Region is a limited edition coffee table book designed to give every one, both new and long term residents, visitors and those outside the region just enough information to understand how we got here and what we are as a community, or more so a collective of communities.
This book strives to define those communities, their boundaries, attributes and history.
Perfect gifting or to sit pride of place on your coffee table at home or in the office!
For all Ambassadors, purchasing your copy of 4556 the Buderim Region is a win win for you and the Foundation …
you get the lower price plus the profits from the book sales are being donated to the Buderim Foundation, BWMCA and Buderim Historical Society.