Yarrabilba, QLD 4207

3.3(11 reviews)

Ranked 254th best suburb by locals in Brisbane Region, QLD

Great for

  • Clean & green
  • Neighbourly spirit
  • Parks and recreation
  • Safe and sound
  • Schools

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Who lives here?

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  • Singles

Reviews of Yarrabilba, QLD

james1234
james1234
26th August 2021

"Tenant at 6months"

Crime rate is high around this area
In walking outside, I see sometimes scared at foul mouth people and staggering.
Underdevelop suburb
I rented live there for 6months and move out

Who lives here?

  • Singles
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charlesdickens
charlesdickens
3rd March 2021

"Don't believe what you read on the internet."

Lovely, sophisticated and highly intelligent residents abound in this perfectly landscaped and well cared for community environment. The crime rate is low due to the well educated and eloquently spoken diverse population of intellectuals.
A wide range of healthy dining options are available from the international and freshly sourced local products.
Such a quiet and peaceful surrounding with little to no loud engine noises or hooning activities.

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itsyagirl_m
itsyagirl_m
17th October 2020

"Lovely Area"

Tamborine Mountains At Your Doorstep... Nice Neighbourhood Feel.

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  • Families with kids
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guygoodwin
guygoodwin
6th May 2020

"Nice enough - Families Everywhere"

Having lived here for 3 months i can only give a relatively short review .
I will start by saying there are parts of the suburb i would rather live than others based on a number of factors which i will add below
1 , Close to Coles and the shops there appears to be a lot of town houses and smaller dwellings which with reduced house pricing comes a different sort of person , that is not a bad thing however not for everyone
2, A cheap house usually results in a small block and small houses stuck together , this is no different here .
We live a few KM from the shop and you can feel that there is a different vibe as the houses are bigger and blocks are larger .

Not sure why but everyone likes to park their car on the lawn , not the best look but what do you do .

We have enjoyed our time here and have a great home and great next door neighbours which helps .

If i have to compare this area with anywhere in Sydney i would probably compare it with Narrellen or Oran Park in Western Sydney

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  • Families with kids
narnea_dowell
narnea_dowell

Great to hear you like your neighbours and overall in a short period of time, are enjoying the area.
Have you been to the mingle markets yet?

Narnea Dowell, All Properties Group

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jackd6
jackd6
9th December 2019

"Cheep sardine can homes"

Standard far-outer suburb services and recreation.
Very very cheaply built homes packed tightly on very very small blocks in the middle of nowhere. Created by very very greedy developers, duping very very naive young family’s or first home buyers, into making a very very poor investment.

narnea_dowell
narnea_dowell

Hi Jack - did you buy here and regret it?
Narnea Dowell, All Properties Group.

leighb5
leighb5

I purchased a new house and land package 4 years ago as an investment and regret it.

jamesslade
jamesslade

Hey Jack. You able to provide me any more info please?

James

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donnabowden
donnabowden
11th November 2019

"the turning point of Yarrabilba"

I Have lived in Yarrabilba for 3 years and have never had any problems i know their is a bit of crap where ever you live, Yarrailba has great parks bush areas dog parks ect and now we have the police station open and more infrastructure i think yarrabilba is at the turning point. it is a good investment and nice place to live.

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  • Families with kids
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jamesy7
jamesy7
4th October 2019

"Great Parks and Community Feel"

Have found the place to be very pleasant. Parks are great and with everyday there seems to be new infrastructure. It now has a full bus service so transport is improving. The people are very friendly and the community has a great feel to it.

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  • Singles
  • Families with kids
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adas1
adas1
24th March 2019

"A Good Investment"

I recently purchased in Yarrabilba, and so far have found it quite pleasant. I was concerned with some of the reviews with the break-ins, and I won't lie that it does make me feel uneasy, however I have never had an issue (touch-wood) and love the parks, environment and bushland. In regards to community, I have found the people not overly-friendly, but time may change that. I think the potential of house prices increasing when the town centre being built was the main incentive. Plus there is nothing like a brand new house! Its also very quite and close to the Gold Coast!

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  • Families with kids
sharronr
sharronr

What street are you in? Thinking about purchasing a home.

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sarahjaydehull
sarahjaydehull
5th March 2019

"Crime rate..."

Never lived any where in my life with so many break ins.. had people breaking into my neighbors homes 3 times in one month... and unfortunately had someone in my back yard earlier this week.. one positive is that the parks here are amazing .

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"Disappointing. Dirty. Foul mouthed people."

Rude children with foul mouth language. Car got keyed at playground. Went to a children's party there do not intend to return. We went out on opening and few times since and it was lovely but not anymore. Dirty and covered in filth. Very disappointing to ruin that part of our area by putting in low income housing bringing in the riff raff. Of course it has brought in nice people too (my apologies to them) but the majority of nasty people over rules the good. Check the crime rate out there via google. Not good.

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"Great place to live"

Yarrabilba ia like a community of its own. With all the amenities doctors,dentist, supermarkets including iga and coles various schools its great welcoming to families and quiet

Who lives here?

  • Families with kids
sharronr
sharronr

What street do you live in thinking about moving to Yarrabilba.

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