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Living in Jimboomba, Qld is like being on a sunny vacation, every single day. Honored with spectacular weather all season round, it's like being in wonderland every day. So, what happens when "paradise" is interrupted and you need repairs done on your home? Do you fix it yourself?
You can get any minor home repairs done on your property with minimum cost and fuss because our web directory is designed to offer easy availability to a host of maintenance contractors. This leaves you free to live your day to day life, enjoying all the benefits of living in the area of your dreams without all the hassle of finding the right contractor for your needs, because we've done all the work for you.
We took into account all those little chores that you can do yourself, but are time wasting and can be costly if not done correctly, for example, we have listings for Pest Control, House Cleaning Services, Carpet Cleaning Services and Locksmiths. We even have listings for Handyman Services, assuring you can achieve any maintenance required indoors, all at the drop of a hat, or should we say, a click of the mouse.
Plus, with providers of all Lawn and Garden Care, we've also got tradies listed who are all set at the drop of a hat to take care of any outdoor maintenance you may require, including taking care of your Spa and/or Pool area. We've even got Pressure cleaning experts, so you can stay on top of your section upkeep without a second thought.
Jimboomba Lifestyle Attractions
The original spelling was Gimboomba, named after a sheep and livestock station based where the township is today, stretching some distance north, east and south to neighbouring areas. Gimboomba is a Gugingin word (the First Australian peoples of the area, of Yugambeh country) meaning place of loud thunder and little rain. A culture trail celebrating First Australian culture is based at a local primary school bearing the name 'Loud Thunder' paying respect to its traditional owners.
A number of well-known sporting teams represent the local area, including the Jimboomba Thunder, the rugby league club that plays home games at Jimboomba Park.
There are large numbers of horses kept on or near residential properties for riding, for pleasure and for competition.
Jimboomba is home to the Jimboomba X Stadium, Jimboomba's own extreme sports outdoor venue. Holding events such events as 2014 QLD Supercross Championship, 2015 QLD Stadium X Series & two rounds of the 2015 Australian Supercross Championship, Jimboomba X Stadium is located at Hills International College grounds.
Jimboomba Country Market
The Jimboomba Country Markets are proudly operated by the Jimboomba State School P&C as a fundraiser for their 800 students and are held on the 3rd Saturday of each month, EXCLUDING January.
With over 350 sites filled with everything you could ever imagine, the Jimboomba Country Market is the perfect place to find the most beautiful handmade gift, stock up your garden with some amazing plants, or get your hands on the piece of bric a brac that you never knew you needed!
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The Wyaralong Dam is a mass concrete gravity dam with an un-gated spillway across the Teviot Brook that is located in the South East region of Queensland, Australia. The main purpose of the dam is for supply of potable water for the Scenic Rim region. The impounded reservoir is also called Wyaralong Dam. The dam was initiated by the Queensland Government in 2006 as a result of a prolonged drought which saw the catchment areas of South East Queensland's dams receive record low rain.
The outlet is on the right bank and is capable of abstracting water from any level of the reservoir by the use of baulks. The outlet includes an innovative and operationally complex bidirectional fish lift, which uses a single hopper to transport fish in both upstream and downstream directions.
Beaudesert Shire Tramway
The Beaudesert Shire Tramway was a narrow gauge tramway which operated from Beaudesert to Lamington and Rathdowney in Queensland. It was one of 15 light railways built and operated by Divisional Boards and Shire Councils in Queensland. The line carried passengers and cargo. It operated from 1903 to 1944. It was initially profitable and seen as a great success for the local shire council. The tramway is credited with opening up the agricultural lands of the upper Logan River.
The Tramway owned locomotives, passenger carriages capable of carrying 70 people and goods vans, with timber wagons and other rolling stock hired from Queensland Railways.
Much of the Tramway reservation is now on private property, although substantial portions are visible from public roads such as the Mount Lindesay Highway. The Tramway station at Rathdowney still exists. Tramway Road at Christmas Creek is built on the former tramway reservation
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$500 Smaller Home Repair Jobs
$1500 - Home Maintenance Jobs
$5000 - Home Improvement Jobs
We also strive toward adding more companies to the listing as time goes by, so our listings will only get bigger from here, and we'll be adding as many trades as we can, to give you the best variety and price options, so you'll find the right tradie for your needs.
Let them do what they do best while you get on with appreciating your Jimboomba, Qld lifestyle, and contact one of our tradies now.
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