Burenda County is a cadastral county in the Australian state of Queensland. It is located in the state’s south-east, about 100 kilometres south-west of Brisbane.

The county is bounded to the west by the McPherson Range, to the south by the Tweed River, and to the east by the Pacific Ocean.

Burenda County was named after the Aboriginal word for “place of the lyrebird” in 1860.

With a population of just over 1,000 people, the county is sparsely populated. Agriculture and tourism are the county’s main industries.

There are several national parks in the county, including the Lamington National Park, the Springbrook National Park, and the Border Ranges National Park.

These parks are home to a wide range of wildlife, including lyrebirds, cassowaries, and koalas.

Burenda County also has a number of historical sites, such as the Mount Warning gold mine ruins and the Burra Burra copper mine.

The county is also home to the Aboriginal community of Uki, which is one of Queensland’s oldest Aboriginal communities.

Burenda County is a beautiful and diverse county that has much to offer both visitors and residents. Natural wonders, historical sites, and recreational opportunities abound in the county.