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Geebung – Suburb Profile

Geebung, a postwar suburb, is 12 km north of central Brisbane. Originally known as Geebong, the name refers to the Personia species of shrubs and trees, which produce an edible fruit or nut. It is believed that the word originated in New South Wales, derived from an Aboriginal language group of the Sydney region. Any connection with A.B. Paterson’s ‘Geebung Polo Club’ poem is co-incidental: Paterson apparently just liked the sound of the name.

Geebung is separated from Chermside and Wavell Heights by the Downfall Creek and its residential part is flanked on the north-east by the North Coast railway line (1888). That line was built for rural purposes, and did not attract settlement along its corridor at Geebung. Twenty years after the line was opened the Post Office directory recorded just 34 farming families at Geebung. The farms grew fruit and vegetable crops, some families were employed at Gern’s ham and bacon factory or at the larger Hutton’s factory at Zillmere, and others had jobs in town.

A progress association was formed in 1920, meeting on full-moon nights so that members could safely cross paddocks and avoid tree stumps or wandering livestock. Within three years they organised the building of the Geebung Memorial Hall. The nearest tram terminus was on Gympie Road at the Kedron Brook Bridge. A bus service down to the tram began in 1922.

Leisure facilities around Geebung include plenty of bike and walk ways, picnic and barbeque especially along Downfall Creek in 7th Brigade Park. Spots near lagoons and wetlands are also available in neighbouring Boondall. Musical and stage shows are also close by at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre in Boondall.

Numerous private and public schools accommodating both primary and secondary aged children complement St Kevin Primary School and Geebung Primary School.

Public transport is also good with two railway stations (Sunshine and Geebung) within the suburb’s boundaries. City express bus services also run at regular intervals. Major roads such as Gympie Road or Sandgate Road put the commute to the city at around 30 minutes. The Gold Coast and Sunshine Coasts are also easily accessible via the Gateway Motorway.

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