Barnes Auto Co
Servicing Ormeau Hills
Barnes Auto Co Services Provides Heavy Towing in Ormeau Hills
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Location Ormeau Hills
specialists in heavy vehicle Towing and Truck Recovery. As a result Barnes Auto Co can handle all types of vehicles for your complete convenience.
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About Ormeau Hills
Ormeau Hills is a residential locality in the City of Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. In the 2016 census Ormeau Hills had a population of 3,148 people.
A small section of the eastern boundary of Ormeau Hills follows the Pacific Motorway.
The eastern part of the locality is a suburban development on lower flatter land (10 to 30 metres (33 to 98 ft) above sea level). The centre of the locality is more hilly, up to 130 metres (430 ft), and the land use is rural residential. The west of the locality is more mountainous, rising to 250 metres (820 ft), and is undeveloped.
The name of the locality comes from the neighbouring locality of Ormeau, which, in turn, takes its name from Ormeau House the estate of Major Alexander Jenyns Boyd, a sugar planter of the 1860s. His first wife, Isabella (née Dawson) was born at Ormeau Road, Belfast, Ulster, Ireland. The word ormeau is French, meaning young elm.
In the 2011 census, Ormeau Hills had a population of 1,212 people.
In the 2016 census Ormeau Hills had a population of 3,148 people.
There are no schools in Ormeau HIlls. The nearest government primary school is Ormeau State School in neighbouring Pimpama to the east. The nearest government secondary school is Ormeau Woods State High School in neighbouring Ormeau to the north-east.