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Brisbane Inner Eastern Suburb Profiles

Brisbane Inner Eastern Suburb Profiles Location Map

Cannon Hill, Morningside, Murarrie, Norman Park and Seven Hills

Cannon Hill, Morningside, Murarrie, Norman Park and Seven Hills This cluster of suburbs fall within a six km radius of the CBD. They are either alongside the Brisbane River or bushland reserve and are neighbours to some of Brisbane's top 10 suburbs. Combine this with having great transport services, excellent schools and shopping facilities and it is easy to see why these areas have attracted great interest, particularly among home-renovators.

Distance from CBD: 9 km
Median house price: $541,000 (Cannon Hill)

 

Balmoral, Bulimba and Hawthorne

Balmoral, Bulimba and Hawthorne The southern riverside suburbs of Bulimba and Hawthorne are characterised by sprawling parkland and the Brisbane River. Improved infrastructure and the spin-off benefits of urban-renewal projects have taken the once industry-focused suburbs and put them squarely into the ranks of Brisbane's most sought-after top 10.

Distance from CBD: 9 km
Median house price: $785,000 (Balmoral)

 

Ascot, Clayfield and Hamilton

Ascot, Clayfield and Hamilton Ascot, Clayfield and Hamilton enjoy an enviable reputation of being some of Brisbane's most prestigious suburbs. The suburbs are well-established leafy areas and are the residences of long-term Brisbane families and blue ribbon real estate.

Distance from CBD: 7 km
Median house price: $975,000 (Ascot)

 

All real estate pricing data is taken from Domain.com.au and is correct at February 2011. Pricing data is subject to change, so for the latest statistics please visit the site directly. These pages are updated yearly.