Inner East

Cannon Hill, Morningside, Murarrie, Norman Park and Seven Hills

This cluster of suburbs fall within a six km radius of the CBD. They 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 facilities and it is easy to see why these areas have attracted great interest, particularly among home-renovators.

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.

Inner South

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.

Coorparoo, East Brisbane, Kangaroo Point and Woollongabba

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.

Camp Hill, Carina and Carina Heights

Camp Hill, Carina and Carina Heights have matured from being working-class suburbs on the outskirts of Brisbane to popular inner-city suburbs. They are close to trendy Norman Park, the beautiful Whites Hill Reserve and one of Brisbane’s finest (and rarest) eucalypt forests at the Pine Mountain Reserve.

Annerley, Greenslopes and Tarragindi

Annerley is filled with character, and interest in the suburb has surged over the past few years. Streets are leafy and dwelling styles include many delightful old cottages that are perfect for investors who wish to undertake renovation. Homes on steep blocks often have city views and creeks or rainforest gullies in their
back yards.

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 away. A large percentage of Dutton Park, Fairfield and Yeronga is dedicated to sports fields and recreational reserves along the river’s edge. This creates a wonderfully spacious feel and offers great facilities to residents.