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Elliott Heads is a town in the Bundaberg region of Queensland, Australia. The town is located at the mouth of the Elliott River, 359 kilometres (223 mi) north of the state capital, Brisbane. At the 2016 census, Elliott Heads had a population of 846. Elliott Heads is surrounded by small crop and sugarcane farms and is a popular recreation area, offering both surf and stillwater areas for swimming, fishing, sailboarding, jet skiing, stand-up paddleboarding and other water activities. The Elliott Heads Bowls Club offers bowling greens, pokies, meals and drinks. There is a popular caravan park next to the surf beach with amenities. The local Surf Life Saving Club is located near the surf beach. The Driftwood Café serves food and drink, and is located next to the mouth of the river. There is also a general store which sells food and other items. Elliott Heads has a single school, Elliott Heads State School (official website), which teaches from prep (the first year of schooling) to grade 6.