Brisbane South Eastern Suburb Profiles
Brisbane South Eastern Suburb Profiles Location Map
Burbank, Capalaba West, Chandler and Ransome
The J C Trotter Memorial Park and several large conservation parks/ bushland refuges, form a wide belt around the Tingalpa Reservoir. Burbank is a rural suburb filled with expanses of reserves and parkland areas. Most homes sit on lots ranging from three to 10 acres in size and residents take full advantage of the wonderful recreational possibilities offered them by their surrounds.
Distance from CBD: 24 km
Median house price: $1,163,000 (Burbank)
Belmont, MacKenzie and Rochedale
This cluster of suburbs is characterised by their bushland setting, upmarket housing and rural-lifestyle appeal. The suburbs have excellent access to major shopping centres, schools and facilities in surrounding suburbs. If you're seeking acreage near to the city, then Belmont has a fair swag of it, located across only a handful of streets.
Distance from CBD: 14 km
Median house price: $515,000 (Belmont)
Mt Cotton and Sheldon
The rural and semi-rural areas to the west of Redland Bay were once considered too far from Brisbane CBD. However, significant improvements to infrastructure have long dashed that perception. Just 10 minutes drive from the idyll of Moreton Bay, Mt Cotton has become a thriving residential suburb set amid peaceful surrounds.
Distance from CBD: 32 km
Median house price: $460,000 (Mt Cotton)
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.