Suburb Profiles


City Suburbs


Brisbane CBD and Spring Hill Brisbane has truly come of age as a contemporary capital city that holds immense attraction for visitors, investors and residents. By retaining its old-world charm and architecture, it has successfully combined a rich heritage with an upbeat commercial culture. Home to numerous Spring Hill accommodation providers and apartments. Average distance from CBD: 1.8km Bowen Hills, Fortitude Valley, New Farm and Newstead Bordered by the Brisbane River, the three suburbs of Fortitude Valley, New Farm and Newstead have a distinct geographical advantage. Over the past few years, the area has been the focus of an intensive Urban Renewal Project, which has transformed the once sleepy suburbs into thriving, eclectic and extremely trendy inner-city locations. Average distance from CBD: 3.3km

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Inner Nothern Suburbs


Kelvin Grove and Herston Kelvin Grove and Herston are two of Brisbane's most historic suburbs. Filled with Heritage-listed buildings, educational institutions, recreational reserves and gorgeous old Queenslanders, they are exceptionally well located and have more than their fair share of landmarks. They are well-established inner suburbs with pleasant bay breezes and city views from elevated locations. Average distance from CBD: 3.4km Ashgrove and Red Hill Ashgrove has a reputation as a well-heeled, established, inner city suburb. Renowned for its Queenslander heritage estates, it lies within the trendy north-west belt. The suburb's close proximity to the CBD, reputable schools and upmarket neighbouring suburbs, continue to make it much sought-after and an extremely desirable address. Average distance from CBD: 4.1km Alderley, Grange, Newmarket, Wilston and Windsor This area has both prestige and convenience. Bordered by Kedron Brook to the north and Breakfast Cre...

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Inner Eastern Suburbs


Ascot, Clayfield and Hamilton Ascot, Clayfield and Hamilton enjoy an enviable reputation of being some of Brisbane's most prestigious suburbs. The suburbs are well-established leafy areas and are the residences of long-term Brisbane families and blue ribbon real estate. Average distance from CBD: 7.5km Balmoral, Bulimba and Hawthorne The southern riverside suburbs of Bulimba and Hawthorne are characterised by sprawling parkland and the Brisbane River. Improved infrastructure and the spin-off benefits of urban-renewal projects have taken the once industry-focused suburbs and put them squarely into the ranks of Brisbane's most sought-after top 10. Average distance from CBD: 7.6km Cannon Hill, Morningside, Murarrie, Norman Park and Seven Hills This cluster of suburbs are either alongside the Brisbane River or bushland reserve and are neighbours to some of Brisbane's top 10 suburbs. Combine this with having great transport services, excellent schools and shopping facil...

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Inner Southern Suburbs


Highgate Hill, South Bank, South Brisbane and West End Nowhere else in Brisbane epitomises the radical urban renewal projects quite like South Bank. Since hosting the World Expo, this area has become the very heart and soul of Brisbane's entertainment and cultural precinct, a magnet for visitors and residents alike with its beautifully landscaped and themed areas. Average distance from CBD: 1.8km Coorparoo, East Brisbane, Kangaroo Point and Woolloongabba Coorparoo benefits from an inner city location, an excellent reputation and a fast-expanding growth rate. Due to high demand for unit accommodation and prestige housing close to the city, property prices have soared of late and are likely to remain strong in the long-term. Average distance from CBD: 4.3km Dutton Park, Fairfield and Yeronga The Brisbane River gently meanders alongside these green, established suburbs. The road access and public transport is fantastic, yet so many pockets feel like they are tucked a...

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Inner Western Suburbs


Bardon and Paddington Shady streets wind up steep hillsides dotted with lattice-fronted Queenslanders. Views across Paddington, Rosalie and Bardon are particularly spectacular in early summer when jacarandas are in full bloom. This inner-city suburb is one of Brisbane's most desirable suburbs and the choice of many of Queensland's most successful executives. Average distance from CBD: 3.9km Auchenflower, Milton and Toowong Upmarket and trendy, these three suburbs have successfully blended a touch of nostalgia with inner-city convenience. The terrain sweeps upwards from the flat banks of the Brisbane River, rising steeply to hills where pretty villas and Queenslanders hug the slopes. Average distance from CBD: 4.1km

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Northern Suburbs


Gordon Park and Kedron Built around the extensive parklands of beautiful Kedron Brook, Gordon Park and Kedron are located within a stone's throw of the CBD. Property prices reflect the popularity of the location and there are many beautifully restored Queenslanders, which stand alongside homes waiting their turn to be renovated. Average distance from CBD: 8.8km Hendra and Nundah Driving through the tree-lined streets of Hendra, it is impossible not to feel relaxed and appreciative of the gracious and tranquil atmosphere. Extensive refurbishment of the gracious old Queenslanders has created an upmarket atmosphere. Hardly a street exists where some form of renovation is not or has not been recently undertaken. Average distance from CBD: 9.3km Everton Park, Stafford and Stafford Heights Everton Park, Stafford and Stafford Heights are developing reputations for family living at affordable prices. Perfect for the young family or CBD worker looking for an escape from the...

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