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Overview Jamboree Heights, a suburb in Brisbane, covers an area of 1.2 square kilometres. It had a population of 3,093 people (2016 census). Jamboree Heights is surrounded by the suburbs of Mount Ommaney, Sinnamon Park, Middle Park, Summer, and Darra.
Jamboree Heights is 16.2 kilometres from the central business district of Brisbane. It is within the local government area of the City of Brisbane.
Living in Jamboree Heights Jamboree Heights is part of the "Centenary suburbs" ( a group of suburbs that is part of a suburban development proposal to make these suburbs have their services and facilities) in the City of Brisbane.
Jamboree Heights is close to almost everywhere, including the Mount Ommaney drive-in shopping centre on the border of Jamboree Heights and Mount Ommaney. There are several bus services to and from Jamboree Heights to the Mount Ommaney Shopping Centre.
In the suburb is the government primary school, the Jamboree Heights State School for Early Childhood to Grade 6. Jamboree Heights does not have a secondary school; the nearest is in Jindalee, the Centenary State High School.
History of Jamboree Heights Jamboree Heights took its name from hosting the Dec 1967 8th Australian Scout Jamboree. The Queensland Place Names Board named the Jamboree Heights suburb in 1969.
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