Curra, Queensland is a small town in the Wide Bay–Burnett region of Queensland, Australia. It was once part of Shire of Tiaro but is now within the Gympie Region local government area. It also belongs to the non-functional administrative unit known as the County of March. It is situated on the Bruce Highway, north of Gympie. The North Coast railway line passes through the town.
At the 2006 census, Curra had a population of 1,372. It is zoned rural/residential with working pastoral farms and small acreages. Curra is at the northern end of a stretch of the Bruce Highway which starts in the south near Cooroy and is considered to be one of the most dangerous of Queensland roads.