Local News

What’s Not To Love About Jindalee?

By March 8, 2017 No Comments

Jindalee is like a friendly town, in a big city. Despite tremendous growth in property market and rising interest in the area, this gorgeous suburb still manages to hold the values and friendliness of its old country ways.

Rich with history, Jindalee was once land for dairy farming and adjoined with a larger district, only becoming a suburb in its own right in 1963.

The beautiful Jindalee is located only 15kms from the city of Brisbane and boasts all the modern amenities anyone could dream of. Big blocks of land, spacious homes with outdoor decks surrounded by nature. It’s no wonder everyone is suddenly interested in moving to this wonderful location.

With panoramic views of the Brisbane River and a great riding track, there is every reason to enjoy the warm weather outdoors, exploring all that Jindalee has to offer.

Come have a BBQ by the river, cast a line, and spend time with the family at the park. Take the kids out to the Rocks Riverside Park just minutes up the road, or bask in the sun light on a picnic by the water.

Residents make use of the natural parklands by playing a round of golf or heading down to the Jindalee Bowls Club where men, women, and children enjoy the social atmosphere and sporting events.

If the natural scenic views don’t get your heart beating, then the local shopping precinct surely will.  With DFO located on the cusp of Jindalee and the Jindalee Home Centre just around the corner, everything you need is at the tip of your fingers. It is guaranteed you will find something you love.

Jindalee is host to fantastic fetes, fairs and fireworks bringing families together for fun and entertainment each year. Locals and visitors alike are welcomed with warmth by the residents. You and the family will feel like locals in no time.

Living is made easy in Jindalee.


(Credit for Image of Brisbane River is to www.domain.com.au)