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Welcome to Jimbour

Jimbour is both a tiny village 238 km northwest of Brisbane, Australia and also the location of one of the nation’s most gracious historical homes – Jimbour – built in 1876.

Today heritage-listed Jimbour House remains a private residence with its interior open only for special events.

Visitors are welcome to tour the grounds and magnificent gardens which are open daily for a donation upon entry. The garden entry donation includes access to the “Living History Walk” – an experience of historical plaques, sights and sounds that bring a rich and colourful heritage to life.

Jimbour Weddings

Captivating elegance and the charm of yesteryear are all part of the welcoming and heritage- listed magic of Jimbour.

Established in 1876, the House and surrounding gardens offer an exquisite backdrop for your special day.

>> visit the Jimbour Weddings website

Latest News

Exploring Jimbour House – Queensland Weekender

Jimbour House lies about 20 minutes north of Dalby. Back in its glory days, its holding stretched over 120,000 hectares and was home to 200 people and over 300,000 sheep. Today the property is a much more modest 4,500 hectares. It’s still a working station, with about 2000 head of cattle. The main attraction at Jimbour is its grand homestead [...]

Local artists in concert

8th October 2017 The Regional Arts Council, Dalby, invites you to an afternoon of music in the drawing room of beautiful Jimbour House. The program features local musicians from the Dalby community, including Dalby State High School year 12 students Clara Rudd and Georgia Henning. 2PM download poster