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Jamboree Heights – Suburb Profile

Jamboree Heights, a residential suburb, is 14 km south-west of central Brisbane. In the early 1960s Centenary Estates Ltd was developing the nearby suburb of Jindalee and building the Centenary Bridge across which the Western Freeway (1969) would run. The Queensland Scout movement was organising the 8th national scout jamboree (1967) and in co-operation with Centenary Estates chose a site in the company’s projected development programme. Woggle, Pack and Troop Streets, Jamboree Heights, signify the origin of the name of the suburb.

The suburb is moderately elevated: Mount Ommaney is to the west, and the high water mark from the 1893 and 1974 floods is two km north of Jindalee.

One of the ‘Centenary suburbs’, Jamboree Heights is immediately west of the Western Freeway/Centenary Highway. Its primary school was opened in 1974. The Mount Ommaney drive-in shopping centre (1979) in Mount Ommaney adjoins the northern border of Jamboree Heights and has two discount department stores, two supermarkets and 110 other shops. Along with Middle Park, another Centenary suburb, Jamboree Heights was one of only five suburbs in metropolitan Brisbane with lower-priced houses, just over $200,000 (2003), but around $350,000 in 2008. Incomes, however, were better, the median ($427 per person per week) being a shade over that in metropolitan Brisbane (2001).

Jamboree Heights was part of the ‘Centenary Project’, and along with surrounding suburbs was developed in 1959. As part of the Centenary suburbs, it offers excellent facilities such as a recently renovated large shopping centre, Fire Station, Police Station and numerous schools.

The majority of the original housing in Jamboree Heights was constructed during the late 1970s and early 1980s. It is one of the oldest parts of the Centenary suburbs region.

The subsequent construction of new up-market dwellings and demand for housing in the area is likely to increase the overall value of property in the suburb in the future.

Jamboree Heights is a popular suburb for growing families as the area offers a wide range of services and facilities for all family members within close vicinity.

The Centenary suburbs are promoted as a fully planned development with extensive services and facilities including primary and high schools, the recently expanded Centenary regional shopping centre, police and fire stations and many sporting clubs including two golf courses.

Read more Sourced from Queensland Places


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