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Yarrabilba – Suburb Profile

Yarrabilba is a suburb of Logan City, Queensland, Australia. Once part of the Shire of Beaudesert, Yarrabilba has now been included in Logan City. Traditionally,Yarrabilba had few residents as it was mainly used as a military camp and pine plantation. In 1991 the first development application was lodged which over a series of councils and state government interventions led on to the Lend Lease project which bears the suburb name.

The Yarrabilba development by Lend Lease is the largest the company has ever undertaken and is currently estimated to take 30 years and provide around 17,000 dwellings for in excess of 45,000 residents.

In November 1991 Hancock Brothers called a public meeting at the Logan Village School to discuss a proposed rural residential development for the former Camp Cable site. A development application was before the Beaudesert Shire Council at that time. The Logan Village Progress Association lodged an objection because of the lack of services to the proposed 2000 blocks of land. By 1993 the Beaudesert Shire Council gave conditional approval to the staged development, the concern over the UXOs, led to the Beaudesert Shire Council listing affected properties on the contaminated land register. Local residents continued to lobby for the Federal Government to conduct a sweep of the area and commit to removing any UXOs. Residents staged a protests rally and street march in Brisbane in November 1995. Current advice from the Environment Protection Agency is that of minimal risk of contamination of the site from UXOs.

On 8 October 2010, the Queensland Governments Urban Land Development Authority declared the Yarrabilba Urban Development Area. Lend Lease communities began the development of the site in 2012 with the first titles being registered in November 2012. 

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