Jimbour - Fast Facts

Jimbour
A region noted for the remarkable and gracious Jimbour House.
Jimbour is a tiny town 27 km north from Dalby and 238 km northwest of Brisbane. Although it is now only a hamlet of a few houses, in the early days Jimbour was one of the great properties of the Darling Downs. In 1848 the Government Gazette listed it as an area of 200 000 acres owned by Thomas Bell and prior to that (it had been reduced in size in 1844) it had stretched from the Bunya Mountains to the Condamine and from the present site of Dalby to Jandowae.

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Jimbour - Eat

Jimbour
A region noted for the remarkable and gracious Jimbour House.
Jimbour is a tiny town 27 km north from Dalby and 238 km northwest of Brisbane. Although it is now only a hamlet of a few houses, in the early days Jimbour was one of the great properties of the Darling Downs. In 1848 the Government Gazette listed it as an area of 200 000 acres owned by Thomas Bell and prior to that (it had been reduced in size in 1844) it had stretched from the Bunya Mountains to the Condamine and from the present site of Dalby to Jandowae.

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Jimbour - Sleep

Jimbour
A region noted for the remarkable and gracious Jimbour House.
Jimbour is a tiny town 27 km north from Dalby and 238 km northwest of Brisbane. Although it is now only a hamlet of a few houses, in the early days Jimbour was one of the great properties of the Darling Downs. In 1848 the Government Gazette listed it as an area of 200 000 acres owned by Thomas Bell and prior to that (it had been reduced in size in 1844) it had stretched from the Bunya Mountains to the Condamine and from the present site of Dalby to Jandowae.

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Jimbour - Culture and History

Jimbour
A region noted for the remarkable and gracious Jimbour House.
Jimbour is a tiny town 27 km north from Dalby and 238 km northwest of Brisbane. Although it is now only a hamlet of a few houses, in the early days Jimbour was one of the great properties of the Darling Downs. In 1848 the Government Gazette listed it as an area of 200 000 acres owned by Thomas Bell and prior to that (it had been reduced in size in 1844) it had stretched from the Bunya Mountains to the Condamine and from the present site of Dalby to Jandowae.

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Jandowae - Fast Facts

Jandowae
Jandowae is the principal town of the Wambo Shire. Situated on highway 82, it is 48 km north of Dalby, en route to Mundubbera. Today Jandowae is home to approximately 900 people and it offers a range of amenities worthy of a larger settlement, including three hotels and a caravan park.

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Jandowae - Eat

Jandowae
Jandowae is the principal town of the Wambo Shire. Situated on highway 82, it is 48 km north of Dalby, en route to Mundubbera. Today Jandowae is home to approximately 900 people and it offers a range of amenities worthy of a larger settlement, including three hotels and a caravan park.

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Jandowae - Sleep

Jandowae
Jandowae is the principal town of the Wambo Shire. Situated on highway 82, it is 48 km north of Dalby, en route to Mundubbera. Today Jandowae is home to approximately 900 people and it offers a range of amenities worthy of a larger settlement, including three hotels and a caravan park.

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Jandowae - Places to See

Jandowae
Jandowae is the principal town of the Wambo Shire. Situated on highway 82, it is 48 km north of Dalby, en route to Mundubbera. Today Jandowae is home to approximately 900 people and it offers a range of amenities worthy of a larger settlement, including three hotels and a caravan park.

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