Living the foodie life at Flagstone provides you with a range of options for the restaurant regulars, to the home cooking masterchefs. Surrounded by many restaurants, cafes, bars, and wineries, as well as local parks for weekend picnics.
Indulge your sweet tooth or entertain friends with the freshest ingredients - the choice is yours.
Cafe on Cusack
If you're after good food, good coffee and good vibes than Cafe on Cusack is the place to go.
Cafe on Cusack also pride themselves on serving fresh quality food at an affordable price.
Their inspiration for the present Restaurant stems from the buildings history.
Believed to be the second oldest building in South East Queensland , Jimboomba House was constructed of hand sawn red wood planks and completed in 1845. The "house" originally served as a homestead, stage coach depot and holding yards for the famous pioneering Cobb and Co stage coach company. Originally known as Gimboomba House the building was later shifted approximately 1km and re sited in its current location where it now forms part of the Hills International Golf complex- the farm building and barn still remain on the original site.
Golden Inn Chinese Restaurant
Craving Chinese? Golden Inn will be your favourite local.
With a dine in or take out menu, Golden Inn is Jimboomba's most popular Chinese Restaurant.
The Jimboomba Country Markets are proudly operated by the Jimboomba State School P&C as a fundraiser for their 800 students and are held on the 3rd Saturday of each month, EXCLUDING January.
With over 350 sites filled with everything you could ever imagine, the Jimboomba Country Market is the perfect place to find the most beautiful handmade gift, stock up your garden with some amazing plants, or get your hands on the piece of bric a brac that you never knew you needed!
Mountain High Situated atop the cool Mt Tambourine, The Old Church Restaurant is a quaint, pretty place for a quite dinner amongst the country side. Spread across two acres, you can see the luscious green lawn and pine trees through the French windows of the restaurant.