Created for today, with big ideas for tomorrow
Yarrabilba is ready for you to start enjoying. Big ideas have created a community that’s growing for the future. Surrounded by parklands and open space, it’s connected with all the technology that makes it ready for today, and built for tomorrow.
Embracing the open space and play facilities, the community of Yarrabilba is big on initiatives designed to get everyone involved. Whether it’s the parklands, the 5km park runs that wind along the vast pathways, or the weekend markets, at Yarrabilba there’s always something to keep you entertained. With more than 25 percent of Yarrabilba reserved as open space, it really is a community that encourages you to get outside, get amongst friends, and experience all the great things that it offers.
Offering a complete range of shops, schools and incredible community facilities right on your doorstep – it’s all here for you to enjoy and there’s only more to come; just around the corner.
Upon completion in 2041, Yarrabilba will be home to approximately 45,000 people and have around 17,000 homes. A town centre, business park and a number of smaller centres are also planned through the 2,029 hectare site. A total of 11 schools are proposed, with Yarrabilba State Primary School and St Clare’s already open and the first state secondary school planned to open in 2020.
Lendlease plans to create more than 13,000 onsite jobs and mixed industry business area of approximately 100ha will accommodate a range of businesses.
Yarrabilba is a vibrant community that’s waiting for you to be part of it. It’s home to a community that’s full of big ideas and always focussed on how to create a better future for everyone.
- 45 kilometres south east of the Brisbane CBD
- 55mins to the Gold Coast
- 25mins to Logan Central
- 30 years: 2011-2041 (approx)
- 2,029 hectares
- Yarrabilba will become home to approximately 45,000 + people.
- Upon completion Yarrabilba is planned to have more than 17,000 residential dwellings, a town centre, neighborhood hubs, as well as community, education and employment facilities.
Open Space & Recreation
More than 25 percent of the site will be reserved for open space, including environmental corridors, bushland reserves, parks, landscaped areas and playing fields.
As a fully master planned community, there will be a total of 11 primary and secondary schools delivered as well as childcare facilities and school-based training programs.
Yarrabilba State School is located on Darnell Street and caters for students from prep to year six. For more information visit the website.
St Clare’s Primary School was the first primary school to open in Yarrabilba, opening its doors in 2017 with kindergarten to year 4. The school will expand to years 5 and 6, to find out more visit website.
Yarrabilba’s first state secondary school is planned to open in 2020.
In terms of childcare options, Sparrow Early Learning Centre is located on the corner of Combs and Carew Street, Yarrabilba. To find out more visit the website.
Yarrabilba’s second childcare centre is currently under construction and due to open at the end of February, for more details on the enrolment process visit Harmony Early Learning Journey.
Shopping & Services
The residents of Yarrabilba are already enjoying a great range of shops right on their doorstep.
The community offers the following:
- Caltex Star Mart Service Station
- Medical centre, skin clinic & QML services
- TerryWhite Chemmart
- Hair & beauty services
- Multiple cafes and restaurants
- Vet hospital
- Bridgestone Tyre & Auto Service
Whilst this is all here now, there’s only more to come, just around the corner.
The community will also feature a town centre, expected to cater for 40,000-50,000 sqm of retail.
Yarrabilba offers a comprehensive range of living options, many of which are featured in our 37 home Queensland Master Builders display village. Block sizes range from 240m² – 850m² with home & land packages also available.
Employment is a key focus of the Yarrabilba development, with an emphasis on the creation of early on-site jobs.
A 100+ ha Mixed Industry and Business Area (MIBA) site has been identified within Yarrabilba. The MIBA will accommodate a range of light & service industries, business park activities, and other mixed uses.
Almost 5% of all onsite jobs are expected to operate as work from home businesses.
The Exchange at Yarrabilba is now open. The Exchange is a one-stop shop for skills, jobs and enterprise that connects local people to local jobs. Services offered are:
- local training and skills development
- support for business and social enterprises
- connection to employment and other services
- access to local community groups and services at Yarrabilba
The Exchange is a Lendlease initiative, proudly supported by:
- Gold Coast School of Construction
- The Hornery Institute
Managed by Access, The Exchange is open Monday – Friday, 8.3am to 4.30pm.
Phone 3123 4209 or visit The Exchange at the Shaw Street Ovals, Shaw Street, Yarrabilba.
Yarrabilba is a fully fibre-optic connected community. Residents have access to high speed broadband internet connection as well as telephone and Free to Air TV.
Getting to Yarrabilba is easy.
Yarrabilba is linked via major highways to Brisbane, the Gold Coast and Mt Tamborine.
- Brisbane – 40km
- Gold Coast – 35km
- Mt Tamborine – 25km
Logan Coaches operate daily bus services connecting students and residents to schools and shops in the greater area. As the development progresses, the bus network and frequency of services will increase.
For more information visit Logan Coaches or phone (07) 5546 3077
There are commuter rail stations at Loganlea and Beenleigh with connections to Brisbane, the Gold Coast and surrounding region within a half an hour drive of Yarrabilba.