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Brisbane City and the surrounding suburbs have come of age in recent years. Approximately 3 kilometers from the city centre, the area has come alive with a wealth of cultural inflences from around the world. From the entertainment precinct at South Bank which includes numerous theatres and museums to the world class sporting venues close by, Brisbane has finally come of age. Whilst the city skyline...
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The Northern suburbs of Brisbane have seen sustained growth over the past decades with major investment being spent in and around the Brisbane Airport and its roadway network. Many Investors have seen this as an opportunity, with renovation of pre-war housing being top of the list. Boasting the Renowned Boondall Entertainment centre, to the exclusive Nudgee beach, the area lends itself to the modern...
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Brisbane's so called southern suburbs are predominently located between the South-East freeway (M1) and the Ipswich motor way giving way to the area as being more southeasterly. Both freeways have in recent years had major work done upgrading the motorways to cater for the growth in the area. Catering for a diverse range of cultures, the area predominantly houses...
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The area is usually associated with most suburbs east of the south-east motorway and west of the Redlands. Having great access to both Moreton Bay as well as the CBD, it houses a large percentage of white collar workers.
Mostly low density housing dominates the area with many pockets of acreage stiil scattered throughout. Many developers have recently built new housing estates in this area...
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The western suburbs of Brisbane are usually associated with those to the North of the Brisbane river extending outwards to the great dividing range. At its centre, Mount Coot-Tha dominates its skyline enjoying a panoramic view of the city and surrounds as well as further westward. Many of the affluent suburbs are in this area close to the CBD and are obviously highly sort after. One of its...
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The Redlands in south-east Queensland is made up of just under 550 sq km consisting of mainland and island communities. It is located on the southern reaches of Moreton Bay and borders Brisbane City, Logan City and the Gold Coast. The redlands enjoys a relaxed coastal lifestyle along with strong community values and outstanding natural attractions. people are generally attracted to the area as...
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The Moreton Bay Region is one of South-East Queensland's most diverse areas, spanning more than 2037 square kilometres from Samford and Arana Hills to Redcliffe, Bribie Island, Caboolture, Dayboro, Woodford and Mt Mee. The area is of course a mixture of both urban towns and developments to rural landscapes pocketed by farms and large acreage retreats. The region is probably best known for its...
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The City of Ipswich is located in south-east Queensland, about 40 kilometres south-west of the Brisbane CBD. The City of Ipswich is bounded by the Somerset Regional Council area and Brisbane City in the north, Logan City in the east, the Scenic Rim Regional Council area in the south, and the Lockyer Valley Regional Council area in the west. Ipswich is the newest coridor servicing the greater Brisbane...
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Logan is ideally located between Brisbane, Ipswich and the Gold Coast, and has easy access to the national highway and rail networks. It has light industrial precincts at Marsden, Crestmead, Slacks Creek and Loganholme, and many corridors for urban development. Affordable housing is found throughout the City with a wide range to chose from.
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