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Pimpama is a northern suburb in the City of Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. At the 2021 census, Pimpama had a population of 24,601. The name is of Aboriginal origin. The suburb contains numerous schools with the first opening in the 1870s.
A small farming community grew in the area from the 1860s. It was once a stop for Cobb and Co coach services. Pimpama was the location of the state's first sawmill. Growing arrowroot had become popular from as early as the 1880s. By 1908, the region's arrowroot crop supplied the whole country. More recently the suburb has experienced high rates of housing development due to the availability of land and proximity to the motorway.
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