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Bulimba is a suburb in the City of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. In the 2016 census Bulimba had a population of 6,843 people.When did Bulimba become a farming district in Queensland?
In the 1820s Bulimba was called Toogoolawah and was settled as a farming district, with residential subdivision commencing in the 1880s land boom. In September 1884, 39 subdivided allotments of "Amos Estate" were advertised to be auctioned by Hooker, Son and Elliot.Where is the magpie lark in Bulimba Queensland?
Bulimba is located 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) north-east of the CBD on the southern bank of the Brisbane River, but it is 9 kilometres (5.6 mi) by road. Bulimba is reportedly a Yugarapul word used meaning 'place of the magpie lark'.Where does the suburb of Bulimba get its name?
Bulimba is reportedly a Yugarapul word used meaning 'place of the magpie lark'. The same word is the origin of the nearby Bulimba Creek, and of the Bulimba Reach on which the suburb is located.