Queensland

Te kowai

Te kowai is a city in Queensland. So far we have accumulated 13 streets in Te kowai and on these streets we have added 99 real estate properties.

Te kowai
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Te kowai
  • Te Kowai is a suburb in the Mackay Regional Council in Queensland, Australia. Its population at the 2006 census was 666 people. The name of the suburb is derived from a former railway station, itself derived from a nearby sugar plantation named after a New Zealand tree, kowhai. The name was shortened and the Maori definite article "Te" added. A sugar mill was established in the area in 1874 and operated until 1894 when it amalgamated with the Palms Mill.