Rosevale Cheese Factory in Southern Queensland, ca. 1905 contributed by QldPics taken in 1905
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One of the promotional postcards prepared for the Franco-British Exhibition of 1908. Notes on the back of the postcard reads, 'There were 2,021,140lbs of cheese made in Queensland during 1906.'
The Rosevale Cheese Factory was located on the eastern side of the Great Dividing Range within the Scenic Rim region of Southern Queensland. The factory closed in 1928.
Image sourced from Picture Queensland, State Library of Queensland
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