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Kilcoy is a small farming town and the administrative centre of the Somerset Regional Council Local Government Area in South East Queensland, Australia. The township lies on the D'Aguilar Highway, 94 km north west of the state capital, Brisbane, and just to the north of Lake Somerset. The topography directly north of the town is dominated by the mountains of the Conondale Range and covered by forests, some of which are protected in state forests and the Conondale National Park.

Kilcoy Shire covers an area of over 1442 square kilometres. Most residents of Kilcoy are employed servicing the surrounding pastoral area. At the 2006 census, Kilcoy had a population of 1,500.
Kilcoy was joined by a railway to Woodford and on to the main line at Caboolture from 1913 until 1964.

Kilcoy claims to be the home of the mythical Yowie, Australia's equivalent of Bigfoot or the Yeti, which is said to live in the hills around Kilcoy. There is a large wooden statue of the creature in town. The last reported Yowie sighting in Kilcoy was in May 2007 by UQ student Daniel Raaen.

 

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