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Display homes available for viewing at Yarrabilba

37 homes on display

37 homes on display

One of the largest display villages in South East Queensland, you’ll find an extensive range of national, state and local builders on display at Master Builders Yarrabilba.

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Yarrabilba house and land packages

House and land

House and land

House and land packages available.

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Yarrabilba Quick Facts

Quick Facts

Quick Facts

The beauty of living at Yarrabilba

Quick Facts
Yarrabilba Public transport

Bus services

Bus services

Logan Coaches operate daily bus services. Visit Logan Coaches or phone (07) 5546 3077.

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Darlington Parklands at Yarrabilba

Darlington Parklands

Darlington Parklands

The Yarrabilba Super Park (Darlington Parklands) features the region’s newest water playground, with big adventures for little kids.

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Yarrabilba Property team

Property team

Property team

Introducing Steven Brooks and Amanda Lister, your local Yarrabilba Property Management team.

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Hear from our residents

"As soon as we moved in here, we knew that this was the place where we wanted to be."

The Heagney family

Latest News in Yarrabilba

View our Summer project update

Presented by the Yarrabilba Youth Council, take a look at the Summer 2018 project update and get the latest on what’s been happening in the Yarrabilba community.

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March Newsletter

To get the latest news and what’s on in and around Yarrabilba, be sure to read the latest community newsletter.

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New land released in Wickham Rise

Land is now selling in our latest release, Wickham Rise. Rise above the hustle and bustle of city living and escape to the edge of nature at Yarrabilba’s latest address.

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View our Spring project update

View the Spring 2017 project update video to hear the latest on what’s happening within the Yarrabilba community.

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Here at Yarrabilba we acknowledge the Traditional Owners and custodians of the country, the Yugambeh People, and recognise their continuing connection to the land, waters and community. The indigenous word Yarrabilba means 'place of song'. Throughout the project, park names and other elements draw upon the Yugambeh language, serving as enduring links to the land’s traditional custodians. Stone artefacts found provide evidence of occupation of the areas encompassing Yarrabilba and Plunkett Conservation Park (to the east). More on Lendlease’s second Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) can be found here.
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