Suburb Profiles


North Western Suburbs


The Gap Established in the 1970's and 1980's, this suburb has undergone a renewal in recent years with many of the older brick dwellings being brought into modern times with renovation techniques such as rendering. Once considered a long way out of town, expansion over the years has now made The Gap an easy commute into the city. Coupled with it's leafy outlook and proximity to Brisbane Forest Park, this region offers much in the way of outdoor recreation, perfect for the growing family. Average distance from CBD: 9.3km Gaythorne, Keperra and Mitchelton Enogerra Hill provides a scenic backdrop to Gaythorne, one of Brisbane's smallest suburbs. Although Gaythorne has always been affordable, it is now also considered a trendy option for city workers. The area is dominated by post-WWII weatherboard dwellings, high-set chamferboards and lovely Queenslanders. Average distance from CBD: 10km Ferny Grove, Ferny Hills and Upper Kedron Ferny Grove and Upper Kedron are both at the norther...

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