Traveston is a rural locality on the North Coast railway, midway between Gympie and Pomona. It was probably named after Traverston pastoral run (1857).

Much of Traveston is low-lying country, but productive for dairy herds. Above the flat country there were good forest timbers. Most early occupations at Traveston were dairy-farm selectors and teamsters.


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