Welcome to the picturesque region of Jimna, Queensland, where nature’s beauty meets the charm of a rural community. Situated in the heart of the Sunshine State, Jimna is a hidden gem that offers a unique blend of natural wonders, history, and outdoor adventures.
Nestled within the rugged terrain of the Great Dividing Range, Jimna is a haven for nature enthusiasts. The region boasts lush forests, pristine rivers, and diverse wildlife. Whether you’re an avid hiker, bird watcher, or simply seeking a tranquil escape, Jimna’s national parks and reserves have something for everyone. Don’t miss the opportunity to explore the awe-inspiring Jimna Forest Park, where towering eucalyptus trees and crystal-clear streams create a serene backdrop for your outdoor adventures.
Jimna has a rich history that dates back to its early days as a timber town. The remnants of its past can still be seen in the well-preserved heritage buildings and historical sites. Explore the Jimna Fire Tower, a testament to the town’s timber industry heritage, or visit the Jimna School of Arts, a hub for cultural activities and community gatherings.
For those seeking a bit of adventure, Jimna offers an array of outdoor activities. From mountain biking along rugged trails to camping under the starry skies, there’s no shortage of opportunities to connect with the great outdoors. Fishing, horseback riding, and 4WD adventures are just a few of the thrilling experiences you can enjoy in this stunning region.
Jimna’s heart lies in its welcoming community. Get to know the friendly locals who take pride in their town and are always ready to share their stories and insights. Join in on local events, festivals, and markets to immerse yourself in the vibrant culture of this close-knit community.
Ready to explore all that Jimna, Queensland has to offer? Plan your visit today and experience the natural beauty, history, and adventure that make this region a must-see destination. Whether you’re looking for a weekend getaway or a longer stay, Jimna promises an unforgettable experience that will leave you longing to return.
For optimal mobile reception, Optus is recommended, as there’s a tower on the town’s outskirts offering full-strength 4G. However, Telstra reception can be inconsistent — some phones may have good or limited signal, while others may experience no reception at all.
Jimna is immersed in the Australian bush surrounded by the Jimna State Forest and Conondale National Park; with nearby gorges, ravines, creeks, and waterfalls – some of the most wild and spectacular places to see. The Somerset Region has quaint character villages dotted throughout with something of interest in each. Jimna, the most northern town– is on the adventure side!
Not too far from Brisbane or the Sunshine Coast for a weekend camping holiday, a bush wedding, a family or group get together, a special event, or a training camp. So many options to retreat to the peace of the bush setting or come for the thrill of the great outdoors and experience the wilderness.
This 2.5Ha property offers you plenty of options and can be rented whole or in sections of and different rates apply. The ideas are limitless!
There is no fuel station at Jimna – no shops – no ATMs – no anything – just a wonderful tiny historic village from the timber milling and gold mining days of early Australia.
We do have our Caffeine Injection Kiosk that’s open weekends which stocks bagged firewood, bagged ice, espresso coffee, cold drinks, ice creams and snacks etc. it’s located directly directly underneath the ‘Ol School building adjacent to the main car park as you arrive. There is also a small community operated museum that opens most days located a short walk from camp.
Kilcoy is the nearest place to get all your main supplies and fuel.