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Jabuk is a township situated 10 km west of Geranium on the Pinnaroo railway line and the Mallee Highway.
Jabuk has a population of 50-60 people including several closed houses.
Jabuk appears to be named after the nearby Marmon Jabuk Range, but the origin of that name is unclear. It could be named from an Afghan word by a camelleer, or from a local Aboriginal word.
There is also a war memorial, institute, football oval, tennis courts with lights and a play ground. Jabuk has a tennis club with a senior section. The football oval is no longer in use, and now farmed, and its clubrooms are used by the Jabuk tennis team.
The Epiphany Lutheran Church, the foundation stone being laid on 7 February 1960, has long been closed. There is also a Baptist church which is no longer in use.