Pro Drive Driver Education at Munruben

Driving Lessons Munruben

Pro Drive driving school provides driving lessons in Munruben and surrounding suburbs.

Our Highly Trained instructors will assist you to obtain a driving licence for either a car or truck.

Pro Drive Driving School have an extremely high pass rate for our students because we focus on teaching proper driving skills and developing the student’s confidence, almost every Pro Drive student passes their test the first time. Our instructors will advise you when they know you are a ready to take the test. When the time comes, we will organise your test for you.

Our driving lesson methods are tried and tested to reflect the importance of road safety and results in an above average pass rate. We ensure that you are getting the most out of your driving lessons. We want drivers to be happy and confident learning with us and we especially want you to be 100% satisfied with the result.

Pro Drive instructors tailor each driving lesson to your skill level and ability. They do not waste valuable time and they never drag out your learning. All our driving instructors are enthusiastic and passionate about helping you become the absolute best driver you can be.

Pro Drive offers a variety of driving lesson options and packages and can pick you up from home, school, work or meet you somewhere that is convenient. We pride ourselves on offering the most friendly and professional service available and are enormously proud of our growing reputation as Queensland’s finest driving school.

Empowering people with the knowledge and skills to not only pass their driving test, but to enable them to enjoy benefits and freedom through being a safe and courteous driver. 

Munruben is a locality in Logan CityQueensland, Australia. Once a rural community, it has been developed into a low density residential community. At the 2016 Australian Census the suburb recorded a population of 2,871.

The Mount Lindesay Highway (formerly the New England Highway) passes through the suburb. The area known as Jerry's Downfall is notorious for bogging and flooding.

From 1840 to 1860 William Norris had a sheep station of 16,000 acres (6,500 ha) between the Oxley Creek and the Logan River which he called Mun Rubens which is believed to be derived from the Bundjalung language name for a local lagoon. The locality was officially named in 1991 (when it was in the Shire of Beaudesert).

On 6 July 1882, Norris's daughter Emma Evans and three of her children (Richard William, Ruth and Edward) drowned in the Logan River while crossing the river in a dinghy which was in poor condition. There is a memorial for the family in Gieseman Park.

Formerly in the Shire of Beaudesert, Munruben became part of Logan City following the local government amalgamations in March 2008.

Jerry's Downfall Reserve is located in the north-east of Munruben. The name commemorates an early teamster who had an accident there. The name Jerry's Downfall has been in use since at least 1866. It has been suggested that he was a Kanaka from Robert Towns' cotton plantation at Townvale, who capsized a bullock dray of cotton while crossing Chambers Creek. It has also been suggested that the incident is connected to the Keaveny family. The Beaudesert Historical Society have erected a plaque at the reserve.

In the 2011 census, Munruben recorded a population of 2,809 people, 48% female and 52% male.[19]

The median age of the Munruben population was 38 years, 1 year above the national median of 37.[19]

77.6% of people living in Munruben were born in Australia. The other top responses for country of birth were England 5.8%, New Zealand 5%, Germany 1%, Scotland 0.7%, South Africa 0.7%.[19]

91.1% of people spoke only English at home; the next most common languages were 0.8% German, 0.7% Hmong, 0.5% Hindi, 0.5% Serbian, 0.4% Vietnamese.


Instructors in Munruben



(07) 3294 8558
0417628913
Monday
7:00am to 5:00pm
Tuesday
7:00am to 5:00pm
Wednesday
7:00am to 5:00pm
Thursday
7:00am to 5:00pm
Friday
7:00am to 5:00pm
Saturday
7:00am to 5:00pm
Sunday
7:00am to 5:00pm




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