Woolloongabba QLD 4102
Woolloongabba is fast becoming one of “the” places to be in Brisbane. With improvements to the Logan Rd precinct, new highrise complexes being built with restaurants and wine bars on ground level and continued gentrification, it’s no wonder it is a popular place to live. With future additions including the Cross River Rail, redevelopment of The Gabba grounds making it more accessible and a brand new school, it is a suburb that is expected to continue to be in demand and provide strong capital growth well into the future. Woolloongabba is popular with medical professionals due to the proximity to the PA Hospital, Qld Childrens hospital and the Mater public and private hospitals.
Woolloongabba has both train and bus transport including the busway. It’s location means you can access to the CBD and West End very easily and quickly.
Woolloongabba has a number of boutique retail stores, supermarkets, cafes and restaurants as well as car yards, commercial office space and small areas of industrial warehouses. The corner of Ipswich Rd and Stanley Street under the Gabba apartments is Coles and a number of other boutique retailers or at the other end of the suburb, Buranda Village opposite the PA Hospital has a Woolworths and other retailers.
Woolloongabba is fast becoming one of the cultural capitals of Brisbane. Restaurants like Enoteco and ___Ristorante La Famiglia and cafes like Moose & Gibson and Brown Dog Café are just a couple to name if you’re looking for somewhere to go on a weekend or for your morning coffee. There are so many other options and these are almost being added to monthly with the construction of a new café or restaurant. Your culinary urges will be easily satisfied without having to leave the suburb.
School Catchment Zones
Woolloongabba is split into two areas for primary school being Dutton Park State school and East Brisbane state School. High school it is split between Brisbane State high and Coorparoo Secondary College. Brisbane state high’s catchment is to be changed and will result in Woolloongabba falling into the new school that is being built in Dutton Park.
Home to “The Gabba” which is the major cricket oval and that also hosts a number of music performances, this is the central icon of Woolloongabba. However weekend recreation may include a visit to the Norman Hotel which is known as Brisbane’s worst vegetarian restaurant, a trip to South Bank, or just sampling the plethora of local cafes and restaurants.
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