Roma is a town, locality and the administrative centre in the Maranoa Region, Queensland, Australia. The town was incorporated in 1867 and is named after Lady Diamantina Bowen, the wife of Sir George Bowen, the Governor of Queensland at the time. At the 2016 census, Roma had a population of 6,848.
Roma is located on the cusp of one of outback Queensland’s most picturesque national parks. In Roma, there are eight potential tourist drives, which could be perfect for you if you’re looking to take your vehicle to the outback and drive to these parks.
With rich farming land, a thriving oil and gas industry and a tight-knit sense of community, Roma is the hub and heart of southwest Queensland. … For a very long time Roma and the Maranoa has been known for its primary production, natural resources and valuable local assets.
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