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Jimboomba – Suburb Profile

Jimboomba, a rural town with a satellite residential development, has a combined population of about 6300 people. It is on the Mount Lindesay Highway and about midway between Browns Plains and Beaudesert. The name is believed to be derived from an Aboriginal expression possibly describing a booming sound or an edible grub. Jimboomba is part of Logan City, but until 2008 it was in Beaudesert Shire.

The Gimboomba pastoral run was first taken up in 1845. The town, with spelling Jimboomba, was settled on numerous creeks which run west into the Logan River, about two kilometres from the town’s centre. The primary school was opened in 1890; two years after the railway from Bethania Junction to Beaudesert began operation. The railway put Jimboomba in touch with Logan and Brisbane markets, where livestock and dairy produce could be sold. Just a village, Jimboomba had a store, the Railway Hotel and a community of farmers and timber-getters.

During the early 1980s the town’s population began to grow. A new shopping centre opened in 1985, growing in four stages to today’s supermarket, Mitre 10 hardware and 37 shops. A smaller shopping centre, Jimboomba Junction, has 17 shops. The council library also hosts a shire administration branch. Playing fields and a golf course were laid out north of the town centre, and two private schools built. The Hills South Queensland International College (1992) is a P-12 school, and the Catholic Anglican, Uniting and Lutheran churches jointly opened Emmaus primary school in 2003. In contrast to the growth of new facilities, the railway line to Beaudesert closed in 1996, enjoying a short-lived revival hosting a weekend steam-locomotive tourist service between Logan Village and Beaudesert that collapsed in 2004. There is an industrial estate on Jimboomba’s northern outskirts.

 The township is very affordable and, as such, has attracted a large number of families and couples to the area. Its growing popularity has seen extensive residential and commercial developments over recent years — new housing estates, along with commercial and retail precincts have sprung up. The main housing type in the area is single-detached dwellings. There is a mix of architectural styles including traditional and renovated Queenslanders and Colonials, as well as brick-and-tile houses.

There are several primary and secondary schools in the area with TAFE campuses located at Browns Plains and Beaudesert.  There is a shopping centre located in Jimboomba as well as a number of major supermarkets. In their spare time residents like to make use of Jimboomba and Glenlogan parks as well as access to the Logan River.  The main tourist attractions in Jimboomba include Mt Lindesay, Mt Warning and Mt Tamborine.

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