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Clermont is a rural town and locality in the Isaac Region, Queensland, Australia. At the 2021 census, the locality of Clermont had a population of 2952 people.

Clermont is a major hub for the large coal mines in the region, and is also a service town for agricultural properties in the area.

Clermont is 274 kilometres (170 mi) south-west of Mackay, at the junction of the Gregory and Peak Downs highways.

The historic towns of North Copperfield (22°51′28″S 147°36′17″E / 22.8577°S 147.6046°E / -22.8577; 147.6046 (North Copperfield)) and South Copperfield (22°52′13″S 147°36′10″E / 22.8704°S 147.6027°E / -22.8704; 147.6027 (South Copperfield)), often referred to collectively as Copperfield are along Christoe Street approximately 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) south-west of the Clermont town centre.

The Gregory Highway runs through the eastern end, and the Peak Downs Highway enters from the east. The Clermont Connection Road links the Gregory Highway to the CBD, and the Clermont-Alpha Road starts in the CBD and exits to the south-west.

Gangalu (Gangulu, Kangulu, Kanolu, Kaangooloo, Khangulu) is an Australian Aboriginal language spoken on Gangula country. The Gangula language region includes the towns of Clermont and Springsure, extending south towards the Dawson River.

Ludwig Leichhardt was the first European to pass through the Clermont area in 1845, but it was the discovery of gold in 1861 that was responsible for the establishment of the town, close to what was Babbinburra clan land. The town reserve was proclaimed on 25 March 1864, although a gold field was declared in the area in 1862. Clermont is named after Clermont-Ferrand in France; Clermont-Ferrand was the ancestral home of Oscar de Satge, one of the first European graziers who owned the Wolfang Downs pastoral run.

Theresa Creek Post Office opened by 1863, was replaced by Coppermines Post Office at the end of 1863 and Clermont Post Office in 1864.

The first church in Clermont was a Catholic church opened on Sunday 4 November 1866 and dedicated to St Mary, Blessed Virgin of Sorrows.

Clermont State School opened on 27 August 1867.

A Congregational church opened in North Copperfield in November 1868.

Copper was discovered soon after. In the 1880s up to 4000 Chinese people were resident in Clermont, mining for gold and copper. This led to racial riots and the Chinese were removed from the region in 1888. The decorated soldier Billy Sing was born in Clermont in 1886 of a Chinese father and English mother.

The Presbyterian Church in Clermont was formally re-opened on Sunday 10 June 1883.

The railway was extended north from Emerald to Clermont in February 1884. However, no passenger trains are available to or from Clermont.

A Wesleyan Methodist Church opened in Clermont on the corner of Box Street and Capella Street on Sunday 19 September 1886. This is the site of the current Clermont Uniting Church, but the current church building was built circa 1970.

The town was originally established on low-lying ground next to a lagoon or billabong; flooding was always a problem, with four substantial floods occurring between 1864 and 1896.

St Joseph's School opened in January 1900.

The greatest flood, in 1916, killed 65 people out of a town population of 1,500 and remains one of Australia's worst natural disasters in terms of life lost. Following the 1916 flood, many of the wooden buildings of the town were moved using steam traction engines to a new townsite on higher ground. A local amateur photographer, Gordon Pullar took numerous photographs of the moving buildings, published in the 1980s as "A Shifting Town".

In the mid-1920s, The Capricornian newspaper refers to a Mr P. Matones (Matonez) as being one of the first owners of the Paris café in Clermont. John (Jack) and Marouli (Monty) Faros took over the Café in the 1930s. It operated until 1992.

The Clermont public library was opened in 1962.

On 27 January 1959 a secondary department was added to Clermont State School, providing secondary education for years 8 to 12. That arrangement ceased with the opening of Clermont State High School on 29 January 1990.

Mistake Creek State School opened in the former locality of Mistake Creek on 24 January 1983.

At the 2011 census, the town of Clermont had a population of 2,177. At the 2016 census, the locality of Clermont had a population of 3,031 people.

On 17 May 2019, it was decided to discontinue the locality of Mistake Creek and absorb its land into the neighbouring localities of Clermont, Laglan, Frankfield and Peak Vale.

At the 2021 census, the locality of Clermont had a population of 2952 people.

Clermont has a number of heritage-listed sites, including:

  • Cemetery Road: Clermont Cemetery
  • 739 Fleurs Lane: Stone Farm Building
  • Oaky Creek, 20 kilometres (12 mi) West of Clermont on the Clermont-Alpha Road: Irlam's Ant Bed Building

Glencore is currently operating the Clermont Mine, located 12 kilometres (7.5 mi) north west of Clermont. When the mine reaches full capacity it will produce up to 12.2 million tonnes of thermal coal for international markets. Clermont Mine delivered its first conveyor of coal in April 2010.

Clermont also hosted another larger coal mine; Blair Athol coal mine, located 20 kilometres (12 mi) north west of Clermont. The mine supplied customers in Asia and Europe with up to 12 million tonnes of thermal coal per annum. The coal deposit was originally discovered on the site in 1864 and was first mined in 1890. Between 1920 and 1945 coal was mined with an underground method, which is still visible today. The most recent open cut operation started in 1984. Blair Athol Mine was closed on 26 November 2012 after it became completely mined out, with its stockpile and train facilities to be used by the Clermont Mine.

Clermont State School is a government primary (Prep-6) school for boys and girls at Hetherington Street (22°50′11″S 147°37′56″E / 22.8365°S 147.6321°E / -22.8365; 147.6321 (Clermont State School)). In 2017, the school had an enrolment of 237 students with 20 teachers (18 full-time equivalent) and 12 non-teaching staff (9 full-time equivalent).

Clermont State High School is a government secondary (7-12) school for boys and girls at 1 Kitchener Street (22°49′40″S 147°38′20″E / 22.8277°S 147.6389°E / -22.8277; 147.6389 (Clermont State High School)). In 2017, the school had an enrolment of 182 students with 20 teachers and 15 non-teaching staff (11 full-time equivalent).

St Joseph's Catholic Primary School is a Catholic primary (Prep-6) school for boys and girls at 50 Box Street (22°49′19″S 147°38′21″E / 22.8220°S 147.6391°E / -22.8220; 147.6391 (St Joseph's Catholic Primary School)). In 2017, the school had an enrolment of 106 students with 10 teachers (9 full-time equivalent) and 6 non-teaching staff (3 full-time equivalent).

Mistake Creek State School is a government primary (Prep-6) school for boys and girls at 6652 Alpha Road (22°59′20″S 147°05′00″E / 22.9889°S 147.0833°E / -22.9889; 147.0833 (Mistake Creek State School)). In 2017, the school had an enrolment of 14 students with 2 teachers and 2 non-teaching staff (1 full-time equivalent). This school is within the former locality of Mistake Creek, which was discontinued and absorbed into neighbouring localities in May 2019; the school is now within the enlarged boundaries of the locality of Clermont.

The Isaac Regional Council operates a public library at the corner of Karmoo and Herschel Street.

The Clermont branch of the Queensland Country Women's Association meets at the QCWA Rooms at 28 Sirus Street.

Clermont Uniting Church is at 40 Box Street (corner of Capella Street, 22°49′19″S 147°38′27″E / 22.8220°S 147.6409°E / -22.8220; 147.6409 (Clermont Uniting Church)).

Clermont aerodrome lies 3.5 nautical miles (6.5 km; 4.0 mi) north northeast of the town.

  • Pullar, G. C. (Gordon Cumming); Stringer, Marguerite, 1942-; Stringer, Richard, 1936- (1986), A shifting town : glass-plate images of Clermont and its people by G.C. Pullar, University of Queensland Press, ISBN 978-0-7022-2012-8{{citation}}: CS1 maint: multiple names: authors list (link) — full text available online
  • "Town map of Clermont". Queensland Government. 1988.

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