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Origin: Derived from Lucia with the suffix -inda, first used by Cervantes in Don Quixote (1605).
Lucinda is a coastal town in the state of Queensland, Australia, located at the southern entrance to Hinchinbrook Channel near the town of Ingham. A sugar-exporting town, Lucinda is noted for its 6 km-long sugar jetty, the world's largest bulk sugar loading facility. At the 2006 census, Lucinda had a population of 448. Lucinda is serviced by a convenience store and post office on Dennis Parade and a hotel on Lucinda Point Road. It is also frequently serviced by Ingham and the nearby town of Halifax. Lucinda is located in the Hinchinbrook Shire local government area. Lucinda is also used as a port for a supply barge to Palm Island.
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