Northern Suburbs and Peninsula

Gordon Park and Kedron

Built around the extensive parklands of beautiful Kedron Brook, Gordon Park and Kedron are located within a stone’s throw of the CBD. Property prices reflect the popularity of the location and there are many beautifully restored Queenslanders, which stand alongside homes waiting their turn to be renovated.

Aspley, Chermside, Chermside West and McDowell

Just 15 minutes north of Brisbane, Aspley is a family oriented community set on undulating hills. Built alongside Little Cabbage Tree Creek, the suburb is in close proximity to thriving economic centres, medical facilities and the Queensland University of Technology.

Hendra and Nundah

Driving through the tree-lined streets of Hendra, it is impossible not to feel relaxed and appreciative of the gracious and tranquil atmosphere. Extensive refurbishment of the gracious old Queenslanders has created an upmarket atmosphere. Hardly a street exists where some form of renovation is not or has not been recently undertaken.

Geebung, Virginia, Wavell Heights, and Zillmere

Fifteen minutes north of the Brisbane CBD are the residential/industrial suburbs of Geebung, Virginia, Wavell Heights and Zillmere. The local populations in these well-established suburbs continue to expand, thanks to ongoing development and the popularity of the north side business area.

Everton Park, Stafford and Stafford Heights

Everton Park, Stafford and Stafford Heights are developing reputations for family living at affordable prices. Perfect for the young family or CBD worker looking for an escape from the city grind, the suburbs offer a laid-back lifestyle that’s close – yet not too close – to the CBD.

Bridgeman Downs

Bridgeman Downs is, without a doubt, the most prestigious semi-rural area north of Brisbane. This is a relatively young area that has a combination of both residential and rural blocks, all set on undulating hills with a rural aspect. This rural residential zone oozes wealth and prestige, with immaculately landscaped driveways leading from impressive entrances to decadently sized houses.

Bald Hills and Bracken Ridge

A somewhat rural suburb with large tracts of farmland, Bald Hills lies to the west of Bracken Ridge First-home buyers will find good opportunities here as property is still very affordable. To the north there are newer developments with high-set brick houses.

Strathpine

Strathpine is centered around Gympie Road, the main road north out of Brisbane other than the Bruce Highway. It’s home to a large Westfield shopping centre for all your retail needs, accessed via excellent public transport including the railway line. Although a little further from the city, it’s ideally located in the heart of the beautiful Pine Rivers Shire and at the gateway to the Sunshine Coast.

Margate, Redcliffe and Scarborough

Set on a peninsula in the picturesque Moreton Bay, the City of Redcliffe is bound by 22km of golden sandy beaches and rocky red headlands with stunning ocean and island views. While offering city facilities, the laid-back coastal lifestyle of Redcliffe is less than 45 minutes drive north of the Brisbane CBD and only 25 minutes from the Brisbane International and Domestic airports.

Clontarf and Woody Point

Take a walk along one of the southern hemisphere’s longest bridges at Clontarf. While the original bridge is now open to pedestrian traffic only, the new bridge runs immediately alongside and connects Clontarf to the most northerly point of bayside Brighton.