The church at Glenmorgan
|Population||86 (2006 census)|
|Elevation||288 m (945 ft)|
Glenmorgan is a town in the Western Downs Region and a locality split between the Western Downs Region and the Maranoa Region, Queensland, Australia. At the 2006 census, Glenmorgan and the surrounding area had a population of 86.
The township derived its name from the Glenmorgan railway station used to honour Godfrey Morgan, a member of the Queensland Legislative Assembly (1909–1938), grazier, journalist, and Secretary for Railways 1929-32. The local street names, have been named after members of Godfrey Morgan's family.
Glenmorgan Post Office opened on 1 November 1933 and closed by 1994.
The Glenmorgan region has hot summers and warm winters. There is a church, a museum in the old railway station, store and public school in the village. Glenmorgan holds an annual rodeo, fun and sports day.
Local attractions include the heritage-listed Myall Park Botanic Garden which has one of Queensland's oldest collections of semi-arid plants and it was here that Grevillea 'Robyn Gordon' was originally propagated.
Montys Garage is a 1940s style garage which has a large collection of restored vintage cars and trucks housed in a museum.
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