Jimboomba Home Builders

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Art of Homes are the builder you need for your Jimboomba home, with a picture-perfect range of homes and a simple process, as well as being local builders with knowledge of the area, you will see why so many people are choosing Art of Homes as their Jimboomba home builder. 

With a new home construction on the Gold Coast, Logan, Jimboomba, Springfield, Tweed Coast, Northern NSW, and surrounding areas, we can create the ideal lifestyle for your family.

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Like a lot of regions in Australia, Jimboomba is proud of its aboriginal history. If you didn’t know, Jimboomba was originally referred to as ‘Gimboomba’, which was the name of a sheep and livestock station that stood in the area where Jimboomba now stands. It is a Gugingin word that translates to ‘ site of loud thunder and little rain’, which refer to the first Australian peoples in the Yugambeh territory.  

Thomas Dowse purchased the land in the area around 1845. It was sold to Sydney publican Robert Rowlands in 1848. It was sold to Andrew Inglis Henderson in 1851 and used as a sheep range before being converted to cattle grazing. Another popular destination for tourists and residents, alike, is the Jimboomba Railway Station. The Beaudesert Railway was laid out in 1885, and the location of the line through Jimboomba assured the area’s prosperity. The Jimboomba station became a loading point for timber getters. C Smales developed a sawmill in the area in 1883. Needless to say, harvesting timber and cattle grazing became the turning point of Jimboomba’s economic history. 

Jimboomba does not run out of things to do and visit. Go on a date night in the 19th century colonial Queensland Jimboomba house, go and cheer on your favourite cricket and football teams while you watch the games in Glenlogan Park, or if you are into extreme sports, drop by the Jimboomba X Stadium and get that extra adrenaline rush! Families with little ones are also not to be excluded because, with Jimboomba’s numerous parks such as the Rotary Park and Jimboomba Park, families can enjoy open spaces, playgrounds, and BBQ areas to their heart’s content. 

Jimboomba, Qld 4280

In Logan City, Queensland,  Jimboomba is a rising town and suburb with a growing population of over 14,000. Jimboomba is a wonderful spot to raise a family since it is calm, pleasant, and safe. It has pleasant parks, local stores, a few coffee shops, take-out restaurants, and supermarkets. As part of the Greater Flagstone Priority Development Hub, which will house up to 150,000 additional persons in coming decades, the Queensland Government’s current aim is for Jimboomba to become a major residential and business area within the Brisbane metropolitan region.


According to data provided recently by the Real Estate Institute of Queensland, Jimboomba had the second-highest level of interstate migration in Queensland over the two years leading up to 2018. Because of Jimboomba’s proximity to Brisbane and the Gold Coast, folks could live in the country while still working in the city. Jimboomba is a great location, giving a distinct lifestyle to a range of demographics, with a variety of property sizes available, new community developments, schools, and sporting fields. It is no wonder that a lot of Australians choose to relocate and have their first custom home build in Jimboomba.


As first-time buyers snap up house-and-land combinations, housing prices are soaring across Jimboomba. According to real estate specialists, median house prices in Jimboomba have increased by 6.6 per cent to $446,000 in the last year. Homeowners and real estate investors who invest in Jimboomba can be confident in its performance. The median property price in the suburb increased by 15.13 per cent. Constant growth in median property prices in the suburb over a five-year period corresponds to a capital gain of 26.85%. This year, the strong demand for properties in the Jimboomba area is expected to continue.

In comparison to what we’re seeing in other locations, house prices in Jimboomba and Flagstone are relatively stable and quite inexpensive. Buying a home that isn’t now overpriced will pay off in the long run, especially with the median house price expected to grow in 2020. 

The elevation/altitude/height above sea level of Jimboomba is 42 meters above sea level.

The Jimboomba station became a loading point for timber getters. C Smales had erected a sawmill nearby in 1883. The Jimboomba provisional school was established in May 1890 in a hall owned by the Presbyterian Church.


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