With excellent public transport, a range of restaurant and cafe precincts, boutique shopping, entertainment and arts complexes all complemented by New Farm Park and direct access to the Brisbane River.
With the accessibility of the Brisbane CBD and cultural heart of South East Queensland, Fortitude Valley is the best of both worlds. With an electric atmosphere on, this is Brisbane’s suburb that never sleeps.
Bordering Fortitude Valley, Newstead and New Farm, this young and high income demographic is one of Brisbane’s most exclusive suburbs. Riverside lifestyle, plenty of restaurants and extensive amenities make this ex wool trading hub, the ideal spot.
One of Brisbane’s oldest suburbs, Newstead has retained many historic buildings and character as a reminder of the suburbs integral part of traditional Brisbane. Breakfast Creek which flows through Newstead was named during John Oxley’s exploration of the Brisbane River in 1824.
This suburb has a mix of light industry including the Mayne Rail Yards. All Brisbane suburban trains on lines in both directions stop at Bowen Hills. The first tram ran in 1885 to Bowen Hills but the tracks were ripped up in 1969.
Arguably Spring Hill’s greatest asset is the suburbs accessibility. With transport, entertainment, outdoor spaces and Brisbane’s Central Business District at your doorstep residents rarely want for more.
With new pedestrian infrastructure improving accessibility to surrounding suburbs South Bank via the Goodwill Bridge, West End via the Kurilpa Bridge and New Farm via the River Walk, residents in the CBD have more than a property, they enjoy a lifestyle.