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Zillmere, Queensland In the , the population of Zillmere was 8,105, 51.2% female and 48.8% male. The median age of the Zillmere population was 34 years, 3 years below the Australian median. 67.1% of people living in Zillmere were born in Australia, compared to the national average of 69.8%; the next most common countries of birth were New Zealand 4.8%, India 3.3%, England 2.8%, Philippines 1.7%, Italy 0.7%. 77.5% of people spoke only English at home; the next most common languages were 1.4% Punjabi, 1.1% Samoan, 0.9% Tagalog, 0.8% Karen, 0.8% Cantonese.
Zillmere, Queensland Zillmere is a suburb within the City of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. It is located north of the Brisbane central business district.
Zillmere, Queensland The Turrbal Aborigines occupied the region north of Brisbane River, including the area covered by Zillmere.
Zillmere, Queensland The word Zillmere can be broken into two parts Zill and mere. The first part of the conjugation is the first part of Zillmann meaning Sail maker in old German dialects. Spelling variations of this family name include: Zyll, Zyl, Zeil, Ziel, Zyller, Zyllmann, Zillmann, Zylhoffer. The word "mere" is recorded in Old English, corresponding to Old Saxon "meri", Old Low Franconian "*meri" (Dutch "meer"), Old High German "mari" / "meri" (German "Meer"), Goth. "mari-", "marei", Old Norse "marr" (Swedish "mar-", French "mare"). They derive from reconstituted Germanic "*mari", itself from Indo-European "*mori", the same root as marsh and moor. The Indo-European root gave also birth to similar words in the other European languages : Latin mare 'sea' (Italian "mar", French "mer"), Old Celtic "*mori" 'sea' (Gaulish "mori-", "more", Irish "muir", Welsh "môr", Breton "mor"), Old Slavic "morje". Therefore, Zillmere is the conjugation for Zillman's Waterholes, which were in turn named after early German pioneer Leopold Zillman.
Zillmere, Queensland Today Zillmere is approximately 60% residential and 40% industrial. In recent years parts of its shopping district have been updated as part of the Brisbane City Council's urban renewal project.
Zillmere, Queensland A council library, health facilities and public transport options are located in Zillmere.
Zillmere, Queensland Zillmere includes North Star Football Club, who play in the Brisbane Premier League in 2012 and Zillmere Eagles Australian Football Club and Geebung Bowls Club.
Zillmere, Queensland Zillmere hosts the Zillmere Multicultural Festival (known as Zillfest). This is an annual event showcasing performing arts, crafts, delicacies and traditions of local cultural groups. There is a program of performers demonstrating traditional dances and an 'open mike' session for local talent.
Zillmere, Queensland With European settlement, the area came to be known as Zillman's Waterholes, named after Johann Leopold Zillmann (1813–1892), a pioneering Lutheran missionary who served at the mission station nearby at Nundah. In January 1872, the Brisbane Courier described Zillman's Waterholes as being situated between Cabbage Tree Creek and Downfall Creek. It was settled with twenty-seven small farmers residing on the land. At the time there were "two chapels, a brickyard and pottery". The settlers grew pineapples, pigs and other small crops. After the North Coast Railway Line was extended to Petrie in 1888, the railway station servicing the area was named Zillmere. By the time the first housing estate was marketed in 1897, the area was also being called Zillmere. A slaughterhouse and curing works was established in 1898 by J.C. Hutton Pty Ltd to slaughter and process pigs from regional farms.
Zillmere, Queensland During the 1950s, the Housing Commission reclaimed farmland to construct prefabricated houses imported from France. This established Zillmere as a suburban centre. Migrant barracks near Church Road were used to resettle post-war European immigrants until they were destroyed by fire in the mid 1950s.