Archives: AP Suburb Profile


Nundah has seen a facelift in the past 10 years with not only the new shopping precinct but also the rezoning of many of the blocks to allow high rise and development opportunities.  Nundah’s change in appearance now can boast over 6200 dwellings in the suburb and now one of the largest populated suburbs in


Nudgee is situated North of the Brisbane CBD (13km Distance).  The suburb is attracted by its accessibility to public transport and the Gateway Motorway. Nudgee also facilitates its very own Nudgee Beach which is very convenient.  In terms of education, Nudgee is conveniently close to Saint Rita’s College (Private Girls), Australian Catholic University and the

Norman Park

Norman Park is a family-friendly suburb located 5.2km from the Brisbane CBD. In terms of public transport, Norman Park has bus terminals, a train station and also a local ferry terminal. The suburb also provides several cafes, restaurants and is within close proximity of oxford street Bulimba. Norman Park is a family orientated neighbourhood only

New Farm

New Farm is an active and exciting suburb that resides on the Brisbane River. The suburb is situated very close to the Brisbane CBD and provides numerous amounts of public transport. New Farm has an excellent nightlife with many events being held at its very own Brisbane Powerhouse and Bar Alto just around the corner.


Lutwyche is an inner-city residential suburb of Brisbane, situated 5km from the CBD. The suburb has excellent access to buses/trains/shopping centres and schools. Lutwyche House: Median price $835,500, Annual capital growth 4.41%, Number of sales 22, Weekly median advertised rent $480 Lutwyche Unit: Median price $444,000, Annual capital growth 1.74%, Number of sales 48, Weekly


Kenmore is located 11km from the Brisbane CBD and is a well-established friendly suburb. The beautiful green suburb has plenty of facilities, including many local restaurants, cafes, parks, medical facilities, two shopping centres, and public/Private schools (Kenmore Primary, Kenmore South Primary, and Kenmore State High School). The suburb also provides and also has great access


Indooroopilly is situated 7km west of the Brisbane CBD. The suburb has its very own Major shopping Centre (Indooroopilly Shopping Centre) which also provides a central bus hub. The suburb also has its own train station which allows easy access to the CBD. Conveniently, the University of Queensland is only 3.5km distance from the suburb.

Fig Tree Pocket

Fig Tree Pocket is one of Brisbane’s most green and tree-filled suburbs. It was named for the large fig tree that grew in the area. Located in a bend on the Brisbane River, it’s home to one of Brisbane’s most loved attractions, the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary. The suburb consists of dominantly large properties and

Everton Hills

Everton Hills is located north-west of Brisbane and is 11km from the Brisbane CBD. The suburb is only a 6km distance from the major shopping centre Westfield Chermside. In terms of education, the suburb is within close proximity to Everton Park State High School, Everton Park Kindergarten, and Hillbrook Anglican School. In terms of transport


Eagleby is a suburb of Logan city, situated 33km distance from the Brisbane CBD and 16 km to the Gold Coast. In terms of transport has easy access to the M1 Pacific Motorway, has close proximity to the Beenleigh train station, and has various bus stops. Eagleby also facilitates its own shopping plaza and the

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