[Land for Sale] 4 Estates in Jimboomba QLD 4280

Total developments4
City council Logan City Council
Buying Purposes Buy to live in (53%)
Preferred Land Sizes 500m² - 699m² (26%)
Preferred Land Settlement Time Titling in 1 - 3 months (24%)
Preferred Building Types Single storey home (57%)
Preferred Floor-plans 4 bed | 2 bath | 2 car (50%)
Preferred Amenities Shopping centres (28%)
Residency Status Australian citizen (86%)
Financial Status Deposit ready (30%)
Building Budget $200,000 - $300,000 (29%)
Timeframe to Purchase 1 - 3 months (27%)
Nearby distances

41 km south to Brisbane CBD

43 km north-west to Gold Coast CBD

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Suburb Planning Review in Jimboomba QLD 4280

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Jimboomba is approximately 5,429ha within the southern portion of Logan, located 27 kilometres south of Brisbane and the majority of the suburb is residential supported by the Jimboomba Town Centre. 

The suburb boundary is located along the mountain range ridgeline to the east, and a series of creek, road and old rail corridors to the west. Stockleigh Road and Hawkins Road contribute to the northern boundary, which is in proximity to a large transmission line and Yarrabilba. The Scrubby Creek corridor and an old mountain access track provide the southern boundary to Cedar Vale and Mundoolun. 

The Mt Lindesay Highway runs through the west of the suburb and provides access to the Jimboomba township. This urban area provides a mix of zones including education, community, commercial and retail services. The township area is surrounded by large areas of low density and farming zones. Rural residential zoned areas dominate the remaining northern southern and eastern portions of the suburb.

 

Jimboomba, Logan – Suburb Location


A small area of the urban footprint is located around the Jimboomba township area, which includes established urban areas and land with potential for new urban development. The area incorporates the full range of urban uses including housing, industry, business, infrastructure, community facilities and other integral components of well-planned urban environments, such as local areas for sport and recreation and urban open space. The council planning scheme includes zoning to allow land uses to align with the purpose of the urban footprint in accordance with the SEQ Regional Plan.

 

Jimboomba, Logan – Urban Footprint Location

 

The suburb includes pockets of recreational and open space zoned land found throughout the rural residential land to accommodate parkland, reserves and sporting fields. A large area of the suburb forms part of the mountain range to the east of the site which offers walking trails and informal creek catchments that flow down through the rural residential properties in proximity. 

The large rural residential lots are being developed for smaller lots as the population in South East Queensland expands and the demand for new housing stock rises. Four new developments in Jimboomba are, Jimboomba Woods Estate, Eastbrooke Village Estate, The Village at Jimboomba and Riverstone Estate and the largest being Greenbank Central (Everleigh Estate).

 

Jimboomba, Logan – Land Zoning

 

Local Plan Area
The Logan City Council is seeking to deliver small improvements in the coming years to provide to the Jimboomba town centre, to cater for the new residents that are moving to the area. The improvements will make the suburb an even better place for locals, visitors and businesses. 

Logan City Council is investigating the possibilities and has held public forums “Jimboomba Summit Survey” where key themes and feedback on options were discussed that could shape the future look and feel of the Jimboomba town centre. Ideas included street furniture, median greening, footpath dining, tree lighting.

 

Jimboomba, Logan – Township Local Area Plan Area

 

The Logan Plan 2025
New Logan Council has decided in July 2021 to support a new planning scheme to address flood risk, design guidelines, planning areas for sustainable growth and emerging suburbs outside of the Flagstone and Yarrabilba priority development areas which will continue to be administered by planning schemes under the state government's Economic Development Act 2012.

The new Logan Planning Scheme 2015 will integrate the Logan Housing Study and the Logan Employment Lands Strategy to address the expected population growth that is predicted to exceed 500,000 by 2036.


Suburb Summary

SuburbJimboomba
City / StateLogan City Council, Queensland
Suburb Area5,429ha
Boundary
  • North –Stockleigh Road and Hawkins Road
  • East – A mountain range
  • West - old rail corridor, Scrubby Creek corridor
  • South - Cedar Vale and Mundoolun
Suburb inclusions
  • Childcare Centres
  • Fire and Rescue Station
  • Ambulance Service
  • Police Station
  • State Emergency Services Depot
  • Supermarkets
  • Hotel / Tavern
  • Fast Food Restaurants
  • Medical/Dental Services
  • Public Library
  • Golf Course
  • Service Stations
  • Hardware store
  • Local Sporting Clubs
  • Small and Large Retail Stores X3 Local Parks
Community Amenity
  • Large rural and low-density residential areas
  • Local parks and bushland area
  • Health and services
  • Spots and recreational space
LocationLogan, 40 kilometres south of Brisbane
Education
  • Flagstone State Primary School
  • Jimboomba State Primary School
  • Flagstone State Secondary School
  • Emmaus College P-12
  • Hills International College P-12
Types of ResidentialHousing choice and diversity to meet the needs of the community, through a mix of densities, types, designs, tenures and levels of affordability, to cater for a range of lifestyles, incomes and life cycle needs
Employment AreasRetail and commercial, school, health centre and sports
InfrastructureLocal road network and pathway network
Transportation
  • Pedestrian pathways
  • Local road network 
  • Bus public transport
Recreation Areas
  • 3x local parks
  • Little athletics 
  • Sporting precinct (AFL, Rugby, basketball, netball)
  • Golf course
  • Pony Club
  • Soccer Club
  • Cricket and Tennis Clubs
Environment
  • Eastern Mountain area 
  • Numerous creek corridors
  • Jimboomba Park / Kurrajong Park
Settlement PatternHistoric, controlled by creek corridor and mountain range

 

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Schools in Jimboomba QLD 4280

There are 5 schools registered in Jimboomba QLD 4280 on ACARA 2020


FAQs about Jimboomba QLD 4280

Which council does Jimboomba QLD 4280 belong to?
Jimboomba QLD 4280 falls under Logan City Council .
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What cities & amenities is Jimboomba QLD 4280 near to?
Jimboomba QLD 4280 is near the following:
  • 41 km south to Brisbane CBD
  • 43 km north-west to Gold Coast CBD
What is the most desired land size in Jimboomba QLD 4280?
26% of new home buyers in Jimboomba QLD 4280 are looking for 500m² - 699m² land size.
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What is the most desired floor-plans in Jimboomba QLD 4280?
50% of new home buyers in Jimboomba QLD 4280 are looking for 4 bed | 2 bath | 2 car floor-plans.
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Which schools are in Jimboomba QLD 4280?
There are 5 schools registered in Jimboomba QLD 4280.
  • Flagstone State School
  • Jimboomba State School
  • Flagstone State Community College
  • Emmaus College
  • Hills International College
What suburbs are near Jimboomba QLD 4280?
There are 6 suburbs near Jimboomba QLD 4280.