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Property Management Deebing Heights  (4306)

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Deebing Heights – Suburb Profile

Deebing Heights is a semi-rural suburb located in Queensland, Australia. The area that is now Deebing Heights has been an important settlement since Queensland’s early colonial history, but was only gazetted as a locality in 2000 and then a suburb in 2004, previously being part of Purga. It is home of the heritage listed Deebing Creek Mission Aboriginal Reserve located at the southern end of Grampian Drive which acted as a home to the Jagera tribe until its closing in 1915. Large scale development was slow to begin in Deebing Heights with Paradise Heights, a high end premium acreage estate only beginning development in the mid 1990’s. However, with huge development planned over the entire suburb, it has a projected population of 25,000 people by 2020.

The acreage lots in the southern Grampian Hills give space for quite large and generous houses conveying the prestigious nature of this area. However, subsequent developments in Deebing Heights, particularly in the north, have seen block allotments shrink drastically in size and as such, these space constraints can only accommodate houses of quite a modest size.

Deebing Heights is predicted to house 25,000 people by 2020. Because of this, a proposal was put forth to split the suburb down the Centenary Highway into two suburbs, with the half south of the Centenary Highway being named ‘Grampian Hills’. Whilst this proposal was fiercely opposed by residents a lack of mutual community interest and the distance between the two sides of the suburb make division inevitable in the future.

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