Bluff is both a town and a locality in the Central
Highlands Region, in Central Queensland,
Australia. At the 2011 census, Bluff had a population
The town of Bluff is located on the Capricorn
Highway, 804 kilometres (500 mi) north west of
the state capital, Brisbane.
Bluff's location between some of Queensland's
largest coal mines and the port of Gladstone has
led to it becoming a major interchange station for
large coal trains, some up to two kilometres long.