||Derived from mountain and creek names, which reportedly derive from Aboriginal (Kabi language) words "bir" or "pir" indicating green parrot, and "burrum" (from "burru") indicating mountain. Refer F.J. Watson. Vocabularies of four representative tribes of South-Eastern Queensland. Brisbane, 1944, p.19. Alternatively, could be derived from Aboriginal (Kabi language, Undanbi group) word "bir-barram" indicating the sound of the wings of the King Parrot ("bair" indicating King Parrot). Refer J.G. Steele. Aboriginal pathways. Brisbane, 1983, p.172. Named and bounded by the Minister for Natural Resources and Water and Minister Assisting the Premier in North Queensland, 26 October 2007. Regazetted by the Minister for Natural Resources, Mines and Energy and Minister for Trade on the 19 November 2010 due to the council amalgamations under the Local Government Reform Implementation Act 2007.