Small quiet country town located on Dogwood Creek. Settled
in 1878 as the railway came through the area. As the railway
was building a bridge to cross the creek the town started to
develop and has kept going at a steady pace ever since.
Today Miles has all the facilities of a major town including
a hospital, shopping and recreation facilities. The region
is home to a wide variety of wildflowers in the spring time.
The area's industrial base is mostly varied agricultural.
Other items of note are the Back to Bush Festival held
each September to commemorate the wildflowers the
anniversary of the Historical Village and many other
activities for families and businesses in the town.