Brisbane Outer Western Suburbs
Brisbane Outer Western Suburbs Location Map
Karana Downs, Kholo and Mt Crosby
Resting in the foothills of the D'Aguilar Ranges are the pretty suburbs of Karana Downs and Mt Crosby. The surrounding terrain affords simply fantastic views and dense pockets of bushland act as significant sanctuaries for native birds, wallabies and possums. These are the most westerly suburbs of Brisbane and yet, residents remain within commuting distance of the CBD.
Distance from CBD: 28 km
Median house price: $400,000 (Karana Downs)
This cluster of suburbs represents some of the oldest parts of Ipswich. They are desirable inner-city locations with working-class backgrounds and dwelling-styles. Within walking and cycling distance to Central Ipswich, Basin Pocket is definitely an area with great potential, given its desirable location and large residential blocks.
Distance from CBD: 38 km
Median house price: $255,000
Barellan Point, Chuwar and Karalee
These suburbs offer some of Ipswich's most prestigious, semi-rural, lifestyle properties. Characterized by stunning views and the Brisbane River, this is where you should head for swimming holes, canoeing and fishing in the countryside.
Distance from CBD: 42 km
Median house price: $488,000 (Karalee)
Coalfalls, Ipswich CBD and Sadliers Crossing
Ipswich is Queensland's oldest provincial city and is renowned for its cultural and architectural heritage, with many buildings dating back to the 1800's. Ipswich is also a modern city on the move, and is a place to live, work, invest and visit, offering all the facilities and attractions of a progressive city.
Distance from CBD: 44 km
Median house price: $269,000 (Ipswich CBD)
Blackstone, Dinmore and Ebbw Vale
Blackstone is an area that entices you to explore. The hills and bush create a rural village-like ambience, making it feel like the suburb is set apart from its neighbours. Many decorative colonial homes are set on huge blocks and there are new homes near the top of the hill.
Distance from CBD: 37 km
Median house price: $196,000 (Dinmore)
Deebing Heights, Flinders View, Raceview, Ripley and Swanbank
Representing the growth and resurgence of popularity for Ipswich, these suburbs have new residential estates, lifestyle blocks and large acreage properties. The new areas have been designed to blend in with some of Ipswich's older suburbs and the lovely traditional architecture.
Distance from CBD: 46 km
Median house price: $317,500 (Deebing Heights)
Churchill, West Ipswich, Leichhardt, One Mile and Wulkuraka
Being some of Ipswich's older suburbs, these areas have the convenience of being located just out from the heart of town. They range in feel from well-regarded areas, to light industrial/ commercial and inner city to rural. Although just a small area, it holds a great deal of diversity when it comes to lifestyle options.
Distance from CBD: 45 km
Median house price: $205,000 (Leichhardt)
Brassall and Ipswich North
Brassall is a large suburb thatâ€™s located on the north-western edge of Ipswich. Set amid hills and surrounded by trees, virtually all amenities required for a comfortable life are available. The suburb caters exceptionally well for the needs of all residents. It has schools, shopping centres, retirement villages, large parks and lovely sports fields.
Distance from CBD: 43 km
Median house price: $305,000 (Brassall)
Bellbird Park, Collingwood Park and Redbank Plains
Welcome to the fastest-growing region in South East Queensland, an area of intense Government focus that is forecast to experience population growth registering several thousand new residents each year. If you're keen to ride the wave that usually comes with massive Government investment into residential, industrial, commercial and infrastructure development, then this is the place to be!
Distance from CBD: 30 km
Median house price: $279,000 (Redbank Plains)
Amberley, Ebnezer, Rosewood, Thagoona and Waloon
To the west of Ipswich CBD are pockets of rural communities that are steeped in mining and pioneering history. The old Cobb and Co tourist drive winds its way on a tour through these older villages that follow the western railway line.
Distance from CBD: 51 km
Median house price: $220,000 (Rosewood)
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.