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Top Plasterer Brisbane

The #1 Plastering Service

Top Plasterer Brisbane

388 Newman Road
Geebung Queensland 4034

1300 816 750

Business Description

Introducing Top Plasterer Brisbane, your premier destination for a comprehensive range of plastering services. Our team of experts specializes in plastering for new construction, renovation, commercial, soundproofing and decorative areas. Our unwavering commitment to excellence, coupled with extensive experience, ensures that we transform your spaces with precision and care. Top Plasterer Brisbane can deliver high-quality plastering solutions for any project, whether it's new construction, renovation or commercial space. We offer soundproofing for your comfort, and decorative plastering for a touch elegance. Trust Top Plasterer Brisbane with your plastering requirements. Contact us today and let's create beautiful plastered spaces with you.

Business Hours

Monday9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Tuesday9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Wednesday9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Thursday9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Friday9:00 am - 5:00 pm

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About Geebung

Geebung is a suburb in the City of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. In the 2016 census, Geebung had a population of 4,626 people. == Geography == The suburb is centred on its railway station on the Caboolture railway line. == History == The suburb takes its name from its railway station, which in turn was named after the fruit of the plant Persoonia media, known as "jibung" in the Dharuk language.The Geebung Baptist church was initiated with a stump capping ceremony on Saturday 7 February 1925; prior to this services had been held in the war memorial hall. On Saturday 14 February 1925, the church was opened in a ceremony attended by 150 people. It was made of weatherboard and could seat about 100 people. The church (including fencing, the organ, the seating etc.) cost £543/12/0 having spent £80 for the land. A new church was built in 1969. In May 2012 the Geebung Baptist congregation merged with the Sandgate Baptist congregation, selling their existing churches and establishing a new church, Connect Baptist Church at Deagon. In August 2013, the Geebung Baptist church was purchased by the Tonga Houʻeiki Church for $1.5 million, although the decision to purchase was controversial within the Tongan congregation.During World War II, the southern piece of Geebung was host to the Chermside Army Camp, which occupied land that includes part of the present day Marchant Park.

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