|Water Tower built in the 1870's.|
|Chapel built in 1868.|
|Jacaranda Avenue, glorious even when not in flower.|
|Summer House seen from the shade of enormous fig trees.|
|Millicent Russell Kitchen Garden.|
|Lesser Wanderer Danaus chrysippus on a leek flower.|
|Deborah Russell Garden at the back of Jimbour Homestead.|
|Blue Stone building built in 1868.|
|Water tower overlooking the airfield.|
Where: 238 km north-west of Brisbane. 30 km north of Dalby.
Access: Sealed roads suitable for all rigs. Huge parking area.
Open: 7 days a week during daylight hours.
Fees: $3 per person.
Walk: Easy, suitable for strollers. Allow a couple of hours to look around.
Contact: www.jimbour.com 07 4663 6108
Facilities: Modern toilet block in the back corner. You can picnic in the grounds but there are no tables. Brochures at the entry.
Camping: It appears that there may be camping allowed here during special events such as "Opera at Jimbour".