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Redbank Plains – Suburb Profile

The origins of Redbank Plains, now an outer suburb of Ipswich, are described under Redbank.

The 1874 opening of the Redbank railway station on the Brisbane to Ipswich railway inevitably led to commercial growth in the immediate vicinity of the station. Situated five km south of the station, Redbank Plains thus had only the typical features of a small country village: post office, State school (1874), and Catholic, Primitive Methodist and Wesleyan churches. The village was in the vicinity of the present primary school. There was a quarry east of the village and the Blackheath and other collieries to the west.

In the early 1960s the Redbank area began to urbanise, a process which later extended southwards, leading to the emergence of the new suburbs of Redbank Plains and Collingwood Park which adjoins it.

Redbank Plains measures about five km from north to south, a relatively large area compared with considerably smaller areas for earlier Ipswich suburbs. Apart from Redbank Plains State primary school, there is a State high school (1987), adjacent to a large recreation area. Redbank and Kruger State primary schools are a short way beyond the border of Redbank Plains. Shopping centres are found on the eastern border of Redbank Plains. The census population of Redbank Plains in 2006 was 8307.

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