Place-based projects


Jimboomba Implementation Plan

The Jimboomba Implementation Plan (PDF 4.9 MB) identifies and prioritises a number of place-based actions that contributes to delivering the vision for Jimboomba. Following the Jimboomba Summit several key initiatives and actions were endorsed by Council which informed the Jimboomba Implementation Plan (2019). The Implementation Plan has been updated to reflect projects delivered since 2019 and updates to the place-based actions for the next five-year period (2023 to 2028).

Projects underway

Cucack Lane Streetscape Enhancement Project

The project is for the design and construction of the street scape enhancement within Jimboomba. This includes development of a streetscape master plan for key streets in Jimboomba, providing more shade including trees and more places to sit and relax including informal spaces/parklets, street furniture, public art and on-street dining opportunities.

Streets to be included in this master plan include Cusack Lane, Johanna Street, Honora Street and Mt Lindesay Highway, with the main focus on the Cusack Lane/Brisbane Street entry. The project started planning and design and is expected to be completed in 2023/2024.

Find out more about the project.

Jimboomba Town Centre Working Group

The Jimboomba Town Centre Working Group represents local residents, businesses, property owners, retailers and other stakeholders. The group started in November 2020 and meets every two months. The group gives input and guidance to Council on the detailed design and delivery of the Jimboomba Implementation Fund Projects.

Projects completed

Safe crossing trial

The Jimboomba Summit identified a new pedestrian connection across Mount Lindesay Highway as a key priority for the local community. Another priority was to revitalise the unused railway corridor.

The safe crossing trial will create a temporary structure under the Mount Lindesay Highway that will connect the eastern side of Jimboomba with the Jimboomba town centre. Public lighting and CCTV was provided for community safety.

The pathway will provide a safe pedestrian crossing until the Department of Transport and Main Road’s upgrade of the Mount Lindesay Highway.

The project started in January 2021 and concluded in March 2022 when the Department of Transport and Main Roads completed a more permanent pathway under the Mount Lindesay Highway.

Jimboomba Summit (March 2019)

The Jimboomba Summit was held on 21 March 2019. The Summit was held to ask for feedback from the community to guide future initiatives and activities in Jimboomba. Outcomes of the summit will guide our work and the work of other stakeholders.

For more information and outcomes of the event, please download the Jimboomba Summit (PDF 185 KB) information.

Jimboomba Local Plan (April 2010)

The Jimboomba Local Plan has been completed (endorsed on 22 April 2010) and has been incorporated into the Logan Planning Scheme (refer to the Jimboomba Local Plan in Part 7), which now guides decision making in this area.

Jimboomba Place Activation and Events Strategy

Logan City Council was successful in securing a $100,000 funding grant under the Federal Building Better Regionals Community Investments Stream Round 4, with the aim to deliver the Jimboomba Place Activation and Events Strategy (PDF 6.9 KB) over a five- year period.

The strategy will be central to solidifying Council’s commitment to tourism, growth and delivering further vibrancy and activity to Jimboomba. On Saturday 17th September 2022 in partnership with BBQ Beer and Roadshow, Council hosted the first FLAME BBQ Street Festival on Cusack Lane and Brisbane Street in Jimboomba.