Cedar Grove, QLD 4285

4(3 reviews)

Great for

  • Parking
  • Peace and quiet
  • Clean & green
  • Safe and sound
  • Neighbourly spirit

Not great for

  • Nightlife

Who lives here?

  • Families With Kids
  • Professionals
  • Singles
  • Retirees
  • Country Lovers

Reviews of Cedar Grove, QLD

26th May 2020

"Lovely community in a country setting"

Just minutes into the Jimboomba township or an extra 10 into Beaudesert this is a leafy lovely country community suburb with many acreage lots perfect for your horses and to enjoy the space of not being on top of your neighbours!
The commute to Brisbane is an easy 45minute drive or alternatively just over 1 hour to the Gold Coast. Central to the ever growing Yarrabiliba, Springfield and Beaudesert.

Sandy Lower ~ Property Manager ~ Q State Properties

Who lives here?

  • Professionals
  • Singles
  • Families with kids
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"Peaceful and Private"

Woodhill is an older suburb and was primarily used to graze cattle. Many of the larger acreages are now being subdivided into 1-5 acres lots to provide a pleasant lifestyle and peaceful surroundings for newcomers to enjoy.

My homestead is the original on a 54 acre property that was subdivided into the Summerhills Estate so my lovely home (situated on the best and highest point of the estate) overlooks Mount Flinders and my neighbours!! My access is via Old Bluff Rd (now re-named Caswell Rd) which is a graded dirt road lined by large gums on both sides. I utilise this as my running track and I get to see the lovely acreage properties still left intact and untouched by developers. These are the positives of Woodhill.

The people in the Estate are friendly and helpful and make an effort to have get-togethers from time to time. There are so far, very few trail riders, noisy dogs and inconsiderate people; most have adopted the country attitude of helping one another and being friendly. Most of the newcomers have moved in from other suburban areas such as Shailer Park, Rochedale, and Browns Plains, to name a few.

On a negative note, internet and telecommunication services are very poor and consumers are forced to wait months for a resolution with a predictable outcome; there is no service. You must own a car as public transport is limited. The shops are limited at this point in time so Jimboomba or Beaudesert are closest services. Other than larger retailers, some take-away services, medical practices and the odd service station, not much opens on weekends so be prepared to travel for entertainment and leisure.

Overall, Woodhill is a lovely suburb to live in if you enjoy the countryside and privacy.

Great for

  • Peaceful and tree studded
  • Small and freindly neighbourhood

Not great for

  • Have to drive to access services
  • No public tranpsport, Internet access lousy

Who lives here?

  • Families with kids
  • Country Lovers
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Who lives here?

  • Families with kids
0
djm

Great place to live. I was unsure about the area 14 years ago, and now I would not want to live anywhere else. Great community spirit, good people and room to move .

Dutchie

I had the neighbours from hell, and even after i relocated they still harrassed me. Over all the place was nice but the house that was up for lease at the time needed to have a warning on it due to the nature of the neighbours.

yomama87

Dutchie, what was the address so we are all aware on here?

Georgie Sb
Georgie Sb

yes i just about to move there can u give us the address please?

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