Suburb Profiles


Nundah


Location Nundah is situated in Brisbane’s inner north, approximately eight kilometres from the Brisbane CBD. Over the past decade Nundah has emerged as one of Brisbane’s key urban renewal suburbs. The suburb is within close proximity to the largest employment hubs in the state and is serviced by major transport infrastructure.   Demographics According to CoreLogic rpData, the total population of Nundah is approximately 10,386, with the average age of household members currently sitting at 34 years of age. The median weekly household income is approximately $1,317. The majority of residents in Nundah are either mature independents or young independents. There is also a huge population of students living in this area as it is linked to QUT Kelvin Grove via TransLink rail and bus services. TAFE Queensland also has two SkillsTech campuses in neighbouring Eagle Farm and Bracken Ridge.           Rental Market Performance Over the past...


Mango Hill


Perfectly located in Brisbane’s North, the region is one of the fastest growing areas in Australia for good reason.  Far from the hustle and bustle, but not far from much else, Mango Hill is located within easy reach of everything you need. Situated on Brisbane’s northside you’re only a couple of minutes’ walk to local shops and parks. Only a couple of minutes’ drive to local schools and the myriad retail and entertainment options of Westfield’s newest shopping centre.On the weekend you’re also only a short drive to the Bruce Highway with the Sunshine Coast less than an hour away, and only minutes to Moreton Bay and the beaches of Scarborough and Redcliffe Peninsula.   The Brisbane Airport makes travelling even more accessible as it is only a short 25 min drive away. The CBD, just 40km away, and the Mango Hill East train station within walking distance it makes it even easier to get into the CBD without battling traffic on th...


Caboolture


The suburb of Caboolture is ideally situated within a well-established pocket of the Moreton Bay Region, boasting many private and government services including schools, a public and private hospital and health centre, TAFE, retirement home and even a historical museum. Being such a well-established area, transport around Caboolture is good with the local train station running residents into the Brisbane CBD within one hour and regular bus routes ferrying passengers to all the major points around the area. The suburb also has easy access to the Bruce Highway and is in less than 30 mins to QLD’s beautiful Sunshine Coast. Residents in the area (mostly families) love their easy access to a number of parks and outdoor leisure facilities including the Alexander Barr Sporting Complex, the Caboolture Showground Reserve, a golf course, and local picnic/park areas. Boasting a family atmosphere, Caboolture attracts both permanent residents and residential investors. The availability of n...


Brendale


The suburb of Brendale is experiencing a period of growth and has a vast range of excellent facilities and exciting new infrastructure projects. Currently there are three (3) major developments in the Brendale/Strathpine area which will bring the prospects of various employment opportunities and economic growth to the area. Brendale is undoubtably one of South East Queensland’s most progressive and developing Northern Growth Corridor, in which the State Government is investing in accommodating the increasing population and developing business opportunities. Some of the developments in the area which are very close to completion include: Bunnings Warehouse  Super Retail Group Distribution, incorporating Super Cheap Auto, Rebel Sport, Rays FCO, Boating Camping and Fishing  Aldi Distribution Centre As well as the exceptional growth of the area, Brendale also features a vast range of luxurious benefits making it a fantastic lifestyle choice: Railway&nb...


Kallangur


Kallangur offers buyers affordable housing with easy access to great recreational and lifestyle amenities. For this reason its home to a mix of young and established families and retirees.  The suburb of Kallangur is experiencing a large period of growth and has a vast range of excellent facilities and exciting new infrastructure projects contributing to the region’s prosperity, including:   Moreton Bay Rail Link ($1.1 billion, over 3,000 jobs) Moreton Bay University (planning work underway) Costco has opened just down the road and Ikea opening its doors within the coming year Kallangur features a vast range of perks and benefits that are accelerating its forecasted growth rate of 23% in the next 10 years: Just over 30 minutes to Brisbane’s CBD Less than an hour to QLD’s Sunshine Coast Nearby various education institutions, parks, shopping precincts (including the expanding Westfield North Lakes), restaurants and transportation options  ...


Morayfield


Morayfield is situated on Brisbane’s northside within a half an hour drive to the beautiful Sunshine Coast. This location provides the ideal family living lifestyle and is centrally located with close proximity to all desired amenities.   A report released from Mortgage broker Aussie Home Loans just last year ranked Morayfield as number 2 within the "Top 100 Suburbs for Family Living report" nationally. This report was compiled by RPData. Morayfield was ranked on a range of factors, including house prices, block size, average number of bedrooms, historic capital gains and proximity to local amenities. Morayfield scored well in all key areas with among the lowest average house price ($310,000) and largest average land area (1607sq m) on the list. The analysis also factors in measures of socioeconomic well-being using the Australian Bureau of Statistics' SEIFA index, where Morayfield ranks slightly better than the national average. This prestigious ...