Harrisville is a small town located in Queensland, Australia. It is situated approximately 80 kilometers west of the city of Brisbane, and is known for its rural and agricultural setting. The town has a population of around 1,500 people and is surrounded by beautiful countryside and rolling hills. Agriculture, particularly growing of crops such as sugarcane and citrus, is the main industry in Harrisville. The area also has a strong history and is home to many heritage-listed sites, including the Harrisville State School, which dates back to the 1800s. The town also has a small community center and a few amenities.