Miriam Vale is a town in the state of Queensland, Australia. The town is situated on the Bruce Highway, 464 kilometres (288 mi) north of Brisbane, the state capital, and 170 kilometres (110 mi) south of Rockhampton.
Miriam Vale is renowned as a traditional cattle growing area, and also supports timber, beef and dairy cattle. Tourism is an emerging industry within the shire and the town is a gateway to the tourist resorts of Agnes Water and the Town of 1770.
In the 1970s signs at the entry to town proudly proclaimed "Welcome to Miriam Vale - Cattle, Tobacco, Timber and Dairy". The tobacco industry faded in the late 1970s followed by the dairy industry in the 1990s.
Miriam Vale has a number of heritage-listed sites, including:
- Blomfield Street: Miriam Vale War Memorial
- Station Street: Big Fig
The Miriam Vale Library is at 34 Roe Street; it is operated by the Gladstone
There is a Gladstone Regional Council administration centre at 36 Roe Street.