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As a resident of Chermside you can feel confident in utilising the services of Jetset Plumbing as your local plumbing team. They are able to quickly attend to any plumbing requirement you may have including all plumbing, draining and gas fitting services.
Jetset Plumbing has been servicing Chermside locals for over 20 years and the fully licensed, professional plumbers are there for you too. They will provide fast, reliable and affordable solutions for all your plumbing requirements.
Drains can slowly become built up with foreign objects or even tree roots causing a blockage of flow and this is where Jetset Plumbing can help. With technologically advanced equipment they are able to promptly identify and location the cause of the blockage resolving the issue with as little as possible inconvenience to your daily life.
Give your friendly team at Jetset Plumbing a call on 1800 443 996 for any assistance you may need.
Chermside is 9km north of the Brisbane CBD and is one of the fastest developing suburbs. Chermside is home to the largest Westfield shopping center in Australia. The Westfield has a 3 story Myer and a 16-screen cinema complex, it is known to becoming a new CBD or mini CBD of Brisbane.
In the Census the population was recorded at a total of 8,170, 53.2% female and 46.8% male. The median age of the Chermside population was 35 years of age, 2 years below the national median. 59% of people living in the suburb are born in Australia. The next common country's birth was India 4%, New Zealand 3.8%, Philippines 2.7%, China and England. Carindale residents speak multiple languages from English to Korean. 1.3% can speak Mandarin, 1.3% can speak Italian, 1.5% can speak Tagalog, and 1.7% can speak Malaysian.
Chermside was settled by Europeans and surrounding suburbs in the late 19th century. The land was worth selling and the first plot was sold on 23 May 1886 and has continued to grow in population with post-war residential progress.
Brisbane’s tramway made its way to the inner suburb on 29th March 1947 becoming the northernmost point on the system until its shutdown in 1968.
The suburb’s name and identity were finalised n 1903 famously after Governor, Sir Herbert Chermside. Then time went on and the Chermside State School was introduced in 1900. It was renamed in July that year but 6 years later the school closed on 13 December 1996. Craigslea State School opened 24th January 1972 and Craigslea State High in January 1975. A book is published on the school written by Patrick O'Shea.
The Dawn theatre is a suburb time favorite first open in 1928, unfortunately, closed on 2nd August 2005, it was the last single-screen cinema in Brisbane.
If you reside in Chermside and want a friendly and reliable plumber then give Jetset Plumbing a call on 1800 443 996.
Last updated: 10 Aug 2020