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Bonogin is a hinterland based locality in the Gold Coast city in southeastern Queensland. As per several reports and studies, the area has an approximate population exceeding 4, 000. The suburb lies right on the Gold Coast hinterland edge. This lies approximately 81 kilometres away from Brisbane. The origin of the name is still unknown however the Aboriginal word for red blood-wood or Boonoo appears to have been the inspiration in this case. European settlement started here from the 1870s onwards. Early industries included dairying and timber cutting along with banana plantations.
The suburb is home to several farming communities and the first school established in 1913 was relocated in 1934 to Wanburra. The Bonogin Creek is a part of the City of Gold Coasts Beaches to Bushland volunteer restoration program. A hinterland regional park was also made in 1999 to take care of conservation of natural habitats and local species of plants. Davenport Park is another landmark that runs at the Creekâ€™s lower point. The Bonogin Valley bushcare group was formed in 2013 for helping with creek and park restoration.