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Located on the Brisbane river only 10 kilometres south-west of the CBD, Kenmore is a dream for any investors looking for a location that’s close to the city, leafy and holds plenty of suburban charm – all qualities that tenants look for. Professionals and families dominate this area with an even mix of detached housing, townhouses and units dotted across the suburb, giving you a variety of investment options.
A family-focused suburb that’s so self-sustained, it’s practically its own city. North Lakes has it all including parklands, tranquil lakes, schools, sporting fields and copious shops and restaurants. With so much on offer, it’s no wonder this contemporary master planned community is a top choice for South East Queensland investors. Located 26km North of Brisbane, it’s a close enough commute for city workers while also having the suburban feel many people look for, making it the perfect place to raise a family.
Logan City is a recognised local government area in South East Queensland, making it one of the biggest residential hubs in the region. Logan is known for its multicultural communities and cultural diversity, which have produced a variety of restaurants, local markets, leisure spots, and lifestyle options throughout the city. Because Logan is situated between Brisbane and the Gold Coast, it’s also an attractive residential hub for those who want to live near these two major regions in South East Queensland.
This charming and iconic suburb has the perfect mix of heritage, lifestyle and accessibility. Paddington is located only 2km from the city centre, and its unique vintage appeal and abundance of traditional Queenslanders makes it a dream suburb to live in. People from all corners of Brisbane come to Paddington for its gorgeous cafes and local shops, making it a hot spot for investors and a high demand location for renters.
Chermside is one of Brisbane’s fastest growing suburbs, thanks to its close location to the city (just 10 kilometres north from the CBD) and its wide variety of shopping and entertainment options. It’s home to Westfield Chermside Shopping Centre (the largest Westfield in Australia), multiple hospitals, and several schools, making it a great location for both families, professionals and students. Residents will also find it easy to commute to and from the area, with plenty of bus lines passing through the suburb’s main areas.
Aspley is a thriving hub located around 13km north of Brisbane. Just a short half-hour drive outside of peak times from the city centre,
Aspley is home to over 12,000 people and is made up of a mix of young families,
couples, growing families, and older couples. Homes in the region were built
from the late 1800s which means that many of the homes are still original –
while plenty more have undergone renovation and repair to bring them up to
modern standards. Aspley is an attractive choice for young families to rent in,
fostered in part by the proximity of homes to the many schools and shops around
For suburban living at a price that families can afford, Brassall is an investor’s dream. This leafy location in North Ipswich has a boundary marked by the Bremer River along with a number of parks, schools and Brassall Shopping Centre to give locals everything they need. Located 40km out from Brisbane, residents can also hop on the Warrego highway to head to the city for work. It’s also located a short 3 kilometres from Ipswich city centre.
Aspley is a thriving hub located around 13km north of Brisbane. Just a short half-hour drive outside of peak times from the city centre, Aspley is home to over 12,000 people and is made up of a mix of young families, couples, growing families, and older couples. Homes in the region were built from the late 1800s which means that many of the homes are still original – while plenty more have undergone renovation and repair to bring them up to modern standards. Aspley is an attractive choice for young families to rent in, fostered in part by the proximity of homes to the many schools and shops around the area.
Mount Gravatt is a large, hilly suburb in South East Brisbane that’s become popular for its variety of local restaurants, cafes and neighbourhood shops. Its central location in South East Brisbane offers easy access to the Westfield Garden City Shopping Centre (in Upper Mount Gravatt), two Griffith University campuses, and several schools in the area. This makes it an ideal location for those who want urban attractions just outside the city. Despite the many commercial developments in and around Mount Gravatt, the suburb maintains its reputation as a comfortable place to live for families, professionals, and students.
As investors ourselves, we understand how hard it can be to pick the right location for your next investment property, so we’ve come up with a short summary of a few areas in and around Brisbane we’re familiar with. By getting a better understanding of key suburbs around Brisbane, you’ll be better equipped to make your next investment property decision.