|Population||315 (2016 census)|
|• Density||9.906/km2 (25.66/sq mi)|
|Area||31.8 km2 (12.3 sq mi)|
|Time zone||AEST (UTC+10:00)|
|LGA(s)||City of Ipswich|
|State electorate(s)||Scenic Rim|
In the west of the locality is a former coal mine. The rehabilitation of the site has been controversial.
Geiger Lagoon () is a lake created from the 22-hectare (54-acre) site of the Jeebropilly West open-cut mine, which closed in 2001. The lagoon is named after the Geiger family, who were pioneer settlers from 1857 in the area.
Keanes Lagoon is a waterhole (). It is named after the land owner John Richard Keane (1846-1927).
Seven Mile Creek State School opened on 2 November 1868. In 1888 it was renamed Ebenezer State School. It closed in 1957. It was located at 354-356 Ebenezer Road (opposite the junction with Turnbull Road, ).
There are no schools in Ebenezer. The nearest primary schools are Rosewood State School in neighbouring Rosewood to the north-west and Mutdapilly State School in Mutdapilly to the south-east. The nearest secondary school is Rosewood State High School in Rosewood.
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