Suburb Profiles

Enoggera

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.

Chelmer

Chelmer is a quiet, leafy inner suburb located about 7 kilometres west of the CBD. Chelmer is mostly surrounded by the river and is bordered by Graceville. Oxley Road and two railway lines cut through the middle of the suburb.

Dutton Park

  One of the southern suburbs of Brisbane, Dutton Park, is situated 4 kilometres from the CBD and is beside the Brisbane River. The suburb is bordered by Fairfield, Woolloongabba and Highgate Hill with the Annerley Road passing through the suburb.

Fairfield

Fairfield is part of the group of suburbs located south of Brisbane. It is 5 kilometres south of the Brisbane Central Business District.  Fairfield is a suburb that is primarily residential with house and unit accommodation.

Forest Lake

Forest Lake is stationed 19 kilometres south of the CBD and is flanked by Ellen Grove, Richlands, Doolandella and Heathwood. The suburb has easy access to the Logan Motorway down south and the Centenary Highway to the east.

Mitchelton

Mitchelton, one of the northern suburbs of Brisbane, is situated 8 kilometres from the CBD while some areas are 6 kilometres from the CBD. The suburb is bounded by Keperra, Enoggera, Arana Hills and Everton Park, with Samford Road leading to the CBD running through the center of the suburb.

Indooroopilly

One of the western suburbs of Brisbane, Indooroopilly is located 7 kilometres west of the CBD. The suburb is bordered by Taringa, Chapel Hill and Fig Tree Pocket. Indooroopilly has several major roads cutting through the suburb: Moggill Road, the Western Freeway and Coonan Street going to The Walter Taylor Bridge.

Moorooka

Moorooka lies 7 kilometres from the CBD and is one of the southern suburbs of Brisbane. The suburb is surrounded by Yeerongpilly, Salisbury and Tarragindi. Major intersecting roads are located at the southern part of the suburb.

Woolloongabba

Woolloongabba is located 2 kilometres south-east of the central business district and is considered an inner suburb of Brisbane. Major roads running through the suburb grants easy access to the area.

Hawthorne

    Hawthorne boasts of riverside views and tree-lined streets, and is just a  off the CBD. The suburb is situated 3 kilometres from the Brisbane central business district. It is bordered by Bulimba and Balmoral to the north, Morningside and Norman Park to the east and south, respectively.