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Big Skies Festival 2018

28th April – 6th May

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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

Dalby duo ready to shine at Jimbour

18th March 2018

THE talents of our region will be on display this weekend at Jimbour House.

Dalby Regional Arts Council will be hosting their first concert of the year at Jimbour House on Sunday.

Dalby duo Myfanwy and Chris Schenk will be the headline act, as the pianists showcase their talents.

Mrs Schenk said she was looking forward to the weekend concert, as […]

Guided Tours inside Jimbour House

During the Big Skies 2018 Event, Jimbour House will open its doors for a limited number of tours throughout the House itself.

Sunday, 29 April @ 1 pm ,2pm & 3pm

Wednesday 2 May @ 10 am, 11 am, 3 pm & 4 pm

Thursday 3 May @ 10 am

Friday, 4 May @ 10 am & 11 am

Sunday, 6 May @ 3 pm.

$20 […]

Go camping for charity

ALAN Cutts is going back on the road again – and wants you to come with him.

Last year, the Boreen Point man, shocked at the statistics of farmers and their families as they struggled with costs and the vagaries of weather, decided to organise the Aussie Camping Rally to raise funds through the towns on the journey, with Mr Cutts […]