| 398 (2011 census)|
The Percy Group
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Division of Capricornia
| 851 km (529 mi) N of Brisbane
101 km (63 mi) S of Mackay, Queensland
65 km (40 mi) S of Sarina, Queensland|
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Carmila is a coastal town and locality in the Isaac Region, Queensland, Australia. At the 2011 census, Carmila and the surrounding area had a population of 398.
Carmila, Queensland Wikipedia
Carmila is situated approximately 65 kilometres (40 mi) south of the town of Sarina. The North Coast railway line passes through the town which is served by the Carmila railway station. The Bruce Highway passes through the town as well. A large portion of the north west of Carmila belongs to the West Hill State Forest. Along the coast, the West Hill National Park was established in 1971. The major land uses are sugar cane farming and cattle grazing. Professional fishing occurs off the coast.
Carmila State School opened on 9 July 1923.
Carmila Post Office opened by March 1924 (a receiving office had been open from 1894).
Carmila West State School opened on 18 August 1924 and closed on 31 December 1965.
Carmila Police Station opened in 1933.
Carmila has a number of heritage-listed sites, including the Carmila Cane Lift at 49 Hindles Road.
Camila State School is a government co-education primary (P-6) school. In 2014, it had 32 students enrolled with 2 teachers (2 full-time equivalent). The nearest secondary school is in Sarina.