Whether buying, renting or investing in Wamuran, QLD 4512, it's important to understand if the area meets your real estate requirements. The Homes.com.au suburb profile provides the statistics on Wamuran house prices, demographics & market trends to allow you to make informed decisions about your future property purchase.
If you are new to Wamuran, have a little read of our historical overview to discover more about the lifestyle and what makes this suburb so popular.
Overview Wamuran, a rural suburb in the Moreton Bay Region, Queensland, has an area of 66.5 square kilometres. It had a population of 3,196 people (2016 census). Wamuran is surrounded by the localities of Bracalba, Woodford, Elimbah, Wamuran Basin, Caboolture, Campbells Pocket, Rocksberg, Bellmere, and Moodlu.
Wamuran is 50 kilometres northwest of Brisbane. It is within the local government area of the Moreton Bay Region.
Living in Wamuran Wamuran is a small community that is quiet and friendly. It is a community-minded suburb 10 minutes from the Bruce Highway, a major highway in Queensland, and the suburb of Caboolture.
Wamuran is located at the foot of the magnificent and iconic Glasshouse Mountains. Wamuran is well-known as a major producer of juicy mangoes, delicious fresh strawberries, and luscious pineapples in the region. In the town is the Wamuran State School for boys and girls.
Wamuran has a shopping centre, a fruit growers' association, and a public hall.
History of Wamuran Wamuran was named after the railway station in the area, which was named after an Aboriginal man - Menvil Wamuran, also known as Jacky Delaney.
St Martin's Anglican Church was dedicated in 1871 and closed in 1992. The Wamuran Baptist Church was donated by Mr H. Behrens and built on land known as a "magnificent site."
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