Supposedly called ‘Euoggera’, but thanks to a clerical error, it was named Enoggera instead. It is a name much easier to say for a suburb that’s very easy to live in. It houses Australia’s largest military base and is one of the oldest suburbs in Brisbane.
Enoggera has a population of 5,034 (2011 census), 3000 of whom live in the Enoggera Army base. The suburb boasts of picturesque post-war homes, which families and young professionals love. It has easy access to the CBD and has convenient public transport options.
Strategically located at the centre of the inner-north, Enoggera is cut across by Wardell Street in the north-south and Samford Road in the east-west. The suburb’s architecture is somewhat akin to its neighbors – The Gap and Ashgrove – with its spacious backyard and spacious verandahs.
Now sought after for it’s beauty and easy accessibility, Enoggera has remained largely unexplored. It still has a lot of hidden secrets yet to be discovered while continuing to draw more and more prospective residents who seek a much quieter and convenient lifestyle.
Population: As per the Australian Census 2011, the number of people residing in Enoggera is 5,034, of which 2,265 are females and 2,769 are males. The median age is 29.
Lifestyle and People (Top 5)
Independent Youth – 18.6%
Established Couples & Families – 13.9%
Maturing & Established Independence – 12.8%
Maturing Couples & Families – 12.8%
Older Couples & Families – 11.7%
Income ($/weekly) – The average income by a single person is $840. The average household income, on the other hand, is $1,393 per week.
Employment Profile – 68.9% (over the age of 15) are employed full time, 21.7% do part time work. The unemployment rate in Brisbane City is 3.7%.
Bus – Brisbane Transport buses provide transport services to Enoggera. From the bus-rail interchange at Enoggera Railway Station, it travels to Brisbane
Train – access to Queensland Rail City network is via Gaythorne Railway Station and Enoggera Railway Station