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Gunalda is a town in the Gympie Region and a locality split between Gympie Region and Fraser Coast Region in Queensland, Australia. In the 2016 census, Gunalda had a population of 392 people.
The town is 196 kilometres (122 mi) from the state capital, Brisbane.
Eaton Post Office opened on 1 September 1882 and was renamed Gunalda in 1883.
Thompson’s Flat Provisional School opened on 8 August 1881. In 1889 the school was renamed Gunalda Provisional School. On 1 January 1909 it became Gunalda State School.
The town was originally called Keelar but after the railway station was named Gunalda on 2 November 1923, the town was renamed Gunalda.
In December 1938 the foundation stone was laid for a Catholic Church. On Sunday 8 October 1939 Archibishop James Duhig officially opened and dedicated the Catholic Church of the Little Flower.
In 1947 Christ Church Anglican was relocated from Munna Creek to 11 King Street () in Gunalda where it retained the name Christ Church Anglican.
At the 2006 census, Gunalda and the surrounding area had a population of 574.