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

  • Biggest Morning Tea | Jimbour House

Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea | Jimbour House

21st May 2017 | Hosted by Dalby Cancer Council | Qld Branch The Cancer Council is calling on foodies and fundraisers to register for Australia's Biggest Morning Tea in a bid to raise $2.8 million for cancer research and support in Queensland. Morning Tea available for $10, market stalls, entertainment from South & Central State Schools bands, plus others, Fashion [...]

Beautiful sounds fill Jimbour House

ELEGANCE, harmonies and history were in the air on Sunday afternoon when contemporary musician Melissa Forbes performed at heritage-listed Jimbour House for a Regional Arts Council of Dalby concert. Ms Forbes, who is a lecturer in contemporary music at the University of Southern Queensland, performed alongside her accompanist Alison Riethmuller and Dalby vocalist Jess Berwick, and even had her 10-year-old [...]