Vote now for your Litter Prevention Champion!

Submitted by Angela Webadmin on Tue, 22/08/2017 - 07:40

Since September 2016 the Jamboree Residents Association has collected, sorted, and disposed of an estimated 50 bags of litter and recorded 1,400 hours of volunteer labour. We have cleaned up a 4km section of the Centenary Highway Bikeway, the Mt Ommaney Creek riparian zone and a 100m riparian section at Jamboree Heights.

Please support our hard work to keep our suburb clean with your vote.
Vote now for your Litter Prevention Champion!
JRA wishes luck to everyone who is nominated.

To vote please follow this link ... THANKS everyone :-)


Submitted by Angela Webadmin on Mon, 19/12/2016 - 15:15

Mr Shaun Powell, the recently appointed Centre Manage of Mt Ommaney Centre, had a get-to-know-you meeting this week with Jamboree Residents Association’s President Wayne Williams.

He has been well informed of the harmonious relationship that has existed between the previous managers of his complex and the residents of Jamboree Heights

Shaun thanked JRA volunteers for the revegetation project that is evolving jointly on Vicinity and Dept of Main Roads land that comprises the Detention Basin beside the old Mitre10 site.

Presidents Report 2015/16

Submitted by Angela Webadmin on Thu, 28/07/2016 - 08:42

                     JAMBOREE RESIDENTS ASSOC.  PRESIDENT’S REPORT - 2015-2016.



In the later half of 2015, JRA was deeply involved in gathering petitioners for the duplication of the Sumner Road Bridge, being a joint organizer in the Wood Park naming ceremony, again sponsoring a Clean up Australia Day activity and was the recipient of a Federal Government’s Stronger Communities Grant.

2016 Annual General Meeting

Submitted by Angela Webadmin on Thu, 28/07/2016 - 08:31






As a resident of Jamboree Heights you are entitled to attend any meeting of Jamboree Residents Assoc. At last years AGM it was passed that membership fees be wavered and all residents of Jamboree Heights can be automatic non voting members on application.



Submitted by Angela Webadmin on Wed, 27/07/2016 - 09:48

On a potentially wet Sunday 19th June, some 60 members comprising West Centenary Scouts/Cubs/Joeys, WaCC members, JRA with local residents, Water Wood with extended family and Cr Matthew Bourke turned up for park activities and the official naming ceremony.

A short window in the predicted wet weather allowed the scouts to demonstrate some of their activities such as damper making and for WaCC to install a further 300 plants in the water course.

The following 75mm of rain was a bonus for the newly installed plants.