Considering whether to renovate or demolish your current home in Kingaroy? Looking for a building company that can manage a knockdown rebuild Kingaroy? If you’re in the market for a knockdown rebuild Kingaroy, you need to call G.J. Gardner Homes – Australia's number 1 rated national home builder. Since 1983, G.J. Gardner Homes has led the way in innovative and affordable housing solutions.

Myles Montgomery – a building professional with over 30-years’ experience – is the proud owner-operator of the G.J. Gardner Homes franchise for Kingaroy. Myles and the professional team at G.J. Gardner Homes are experts when it comes to managing a knockdown rebuild Kingaroy. The team oversees the knockdown rebuild process in its entirety – from council approval and demolition to eventual construction. In addition, customers who undertake a knockdown rebuild Kingaroy with G.J. Gardner Homes get to choose from over 150 customisable home designs. Besides knockdown-rebuilds, Myles and the team provide house and land packages and build custom homes.

Kingaroy – the peanut capital of Australia – is home to numerous peanut silos and Australia’s largest peanut processing plant (owned by Peanut Company of Australia). The town is famous for its cultural attractions (Kingaroy Heritage Museum, Kingaroy Art Gallery), wineries (Cranes Wines, Kingsley Grove Estate) and space telescopes (Kingaroy Observatory). The Pottique Lavender Farm is another popular tourist attraction. Kingaroy’s economy is heavily based on agriculture (peanuts, navy beans, grapes, wheat, corn, sorghum) and food processing (Swickers Bacon Factory, Peanut Company of Australia). In terms of facilities, Kingaroy has a cinema, an 18-hole golf course (Kingaroy Golf Club), a swimming pool (WJ Lang Memorial Olympic Pool), a public library and a hospital (Kingaroy Hospital).


Kingaroy can be reached via the Bunya Highway or the D’Aguilar Highway. A daily bus service (Monday - Friday) between Caboolture and Murgon is provided by Pursers Coaches.


Major retailers in Kingaroy include Aldi, Woolworths, Big W, Best & Less, Lowes, Mitre 10, Supercheap Auto and BCF. A Bunnings Warehouse is currently under construction.


Kingaroy has five schools (two private, three public): St John's Lutheran School, Kingaroy State School, Taabinga State School, Saint Mary's Catholic College and Kingaroy State High School.

Interesting Facts about Kingaroy

  • Kingaroy’s population is 10,020 (2016 census estimate).
  • The median house price for Kingaroy is around $240,000.
  • A knockdown rebuild Kingaroy is a popular option in older parts of the town.

The team at G.J. Gardner Homes in Kingaroy services the following towns and localities in the South Burnett region:

  • Alice Creek
  • Ballogie
  • Benair
  • Blackbutt
  • Booie
  • Boonenne
  • Boyneside
  • Chahpingah
  • Coolabunia
  • Corndale
  • Crawford
  • Dangore
  • Durong
  • Durong South
  • East Nanango
  • Ellesmere
  • Goodger
  • Gordonbrook
  • Haly Creek
  • Hodgleigh
  • Inverlaw
  • Ironpot
  • Kingaroy
  • Kumbia
  • Mannuem
  • Memerambi
  • Moffatdale
  • Murgon
  • Nanango
  • Redgate
  • South Nanango
  • Taabinga
  • Tingoora
  • Wattle Grove
  • Wondai
  • Wooroolin

If you’re considering a knockdown rebuild Kingaroy, please call the friendly team at G.J. Gardner Homes on 07 4163 6472.

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