Suburb Overview: Bundamba is a residential suburb situated approximately 30 kilometers southwest of the Brisbane Central Business District (CBD). It is part of the City of Ipswich and offers a mix of housing options, including detached houses, townhouses, and some older residential areas. Bundamba is known for its affordability, access to amenities, and proximity to employment centers.
Transportation: Bundamba has transportation options for residents. The suburb is accessible by major roads, including the Warrego Highway and Brisbane Road, providing easy access to neighboring suburbs and the wider Ipswich region. Public transportation is available through bus services operated by TransLink, offering connectivity within Bundamba and to other parts of Ipswich and Brisbane.
Bundamba Train Station is a significant transportation hub, offering regular train services on the Ipswich line, connecting the suburb to Brisbane CBD and other locations.
Schools: Bundamba has several educational institutions catering to the local community. Some notable schools in the area include Bundamba State School, Bundamba Secondary College, and Bundamba Special School. These schools offer primary and secondary education options for students in Bundamba and the surrounding suburbs.
Parks and Recreational Areas: Bundamba offers various parks, reserves, and recreational areas for residents to enjoy outdoor activities and leisure. Some popular parks in the area include Bundamba Memorial Park, Bundamba Oval, and Frank Johnson Park. These parks provide open green spaces, playgrounds, and sporting facilities for community use. The nearby White Rock-Spring Mountain Conservation Estate offers additional opportunities for nature walks and wildlife spotting.
Distance from Local Shopping Centers and CBD: Bundamba has local shopping centers to cater to residents’ daily needs. The Booval Fair Shopping Centre and the Silkstone Village Shopping Centre feature supermarkets, specialty stores, dining options, and other services. For a wider range of shopping experiences, residents often travel to larger shopping centers such as Riverlink Shopping Centre in Ipswich. The suburb is approximately 30 kilometers southwest of the Brisbane CBD, providing access to a variety of shopping centers, entertainment venues, and employment opportunities in both Brisbane and Ipswich.
Infrastructure: Bundamba benefits from essential infrastructure to support its residents. The suburb has access to reliable utilities, including electricity, water supply, and telecommunication services. It has healthcare facilities, including medical centers and pharmacies, to cater to the local community’s healthcare needs. The road network is well-developed, ensuring convenient travel within the suburb and to neighboring areas.
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Do I Qualify?
The Following Eligibility Criteria Will Apply
How much is it?
Eligible FHBA first home buyer clients will be entitled to a 50% cash rebate on the total referral fees paid to FHBA (FHBA Pty Limited) from the new home provider you proceed with (should FHBA have a referral agreement with the provider)
The FHBA 50 Rebate will typically range from $2,500 to $12,000 depending on factors such as the property type, property location and property builder.
The rebate will be paid after the full referral fees are received by FHBA from the new homes provider first
To be eligible, the property must be from an FHBA new homes provider partner or approved by FHBA first
A first home buyer couple meet an FHBA Coach and tell the Coach about their desired property. After working out their budget, the Coach show’s them a range of properties from FHBA’s New Homes partners. The QLD couple are interested in a house & land package through an FHBA partnered builder. The builder completes the sale with the client including some custom inclusions. The builder pay’s FHBA an agreed referral fee of $15,000.” “The couple will be entitled to the following government grant and incentives:
|QLD Govt. FHOG Grant (2016/17 FY)
|Stamp Duty Payable
|FHBA 50 Rebate (50% of $15,000)
|Total $ Incentives
Please note that the FHOG and incentives are subject to change.