Tarragindi is a residential suburb is situated six kilometres south of central Brisbane. It includes the localities of Ekibin and Wellers Hill. It is represented through the Holland Park and Moorooka Ward councillors on the Brisbane City Council. The suburb was named after a native from the Loyalty Islands who was transported in the late nineteenth century to Queensland. Such people, called Kanakas, were a cheap source of labour for sugarcane production. Apparently he escaped and was subsequently employed by Alfred Foote of Ipswich. Eventually, he cleared land for William Grimes on a hill near Sandy Creek and the property was named after him. Tarragindi stayed with the Foote family in Ipswich until just before he died aged 63. The grave of Tarra Gindi Tasserone is located in the Ipswich General Cemetery.
Most of the suburb’s geographical location are greenery and dominated by trees. Roots underground tack its way to find the nearest source of water and nutrients. They often lead to cracked pipes and stay there for quite some time. They eventually grow larger and secure a good spot to clog water from flowing. Townhouses, flats and semi-detached dwellings near these greeneries are affected and may lead to instant flooding because of this set up. Cracked pipelines can also invite sand and soil which also hinder the effective flow of sewage water. Drain gets clogged not only due to external factors but is also very common indoors. Bad housekeeping leads to this problem. From oils, grease and food scraps which continuously flow down kitchen sinks, they solidify over time and cause the narrowing of the passageway of any liquid. Hair strands and soap suds deposits in the wall and linings of the pipes underneath bathroom drains and get caught in the bolts and joints of these water lines. The more they congeal the more sewage water they lift up to the source.
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