Brisbane City QLD, 4000

Brisbane City Real Estate: Suburb Profile

Whether you're buying, renting, or investing in Brisbane City, QLD 4000, it is crucial to know if the area fits your budget and lifestlye. The Homes.com.au suburb profile aims to give you a better understanding of Brisbane City property prices, market trends & demographics so we can enable you to be informed regarding your next home or investment.

Whether you are upsizing or downsizing to Brisbane City, keep reading for a brief historical overview to learn more about the lifestyle and what the suburb has to offer.

Overview Apart from being the most populous city and capital of Queensland, Brisbane is also the third most populous city in Australia. It has a population of about 2.6 million. It is situated in the centre of South East Queensland. Thus, it is a cosmopolitan city in the true sense of the term.

Living in Brisbane City Being one of the most iconic Queensland cities, there is a flurry of housing options with high ceilings and spacious verandahs. It is one of the highest paying and fastest-growing capital cities in Australia. Hence, there are many job opportunities in the city for people wanting to work both in the private and public sectors. Brisbane is home to a clean network of well planned and connected transport systems, and it also has excellent hospital and healthcare amenities. Urgent medical care is readily available.

History of Brisbane City Before the advent of Europeans in the area in the 1820s, for more than 20000 years, the Aboriginals inhabited this area. When the Europeans arrived, the place we know today as Brisbane was occupied by the Turrbal people. The 18th century saw the charting and exploration of the shorelines mainly. The 19th century saw the exploration and mapping of the inland areas around the Brisbane River. The 20th century saw extensive development that was ushered by first celebrating the unification of the colonies to form the Federation of Australia. Grand celebrations were held in Brisbane to mark the event, where a triumphal arch was also constructed. The 21st century has seen a lot more development and upgrades across Brisbane and its surrounding areas. Brisbane is scheduled to host the 2032 Summer Olympics.

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Real Estate Brisbane City, 4000 Statistics

29yrs

Brisbane City
Median Age

Demographic data provided by ABS 2016

Brisbane City Median Property Price

Total properties sold in the last 12 months
House$285,000
Apartments / Units$498,000

Properties in Brisbane City QLD, 4000

Central Queensland University - Brisbane CampusJames Cook University - Brisbane CampusQueensland University of Technology - Garden Points CampusLittle Scholars School of Early Learning George StGuardian Childcare & Education Queen Street

Agents in Brisbane City QLD, 4000

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Sale By Home Owner

Sale by home owner

For Sale by Owner
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For Sale by Owner

For Sale By Owner (QLD)

No Agent Property
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No Agent Property

No Agent Property - QLD

Metro City Realty
Property Agent Ben Jackson
Metro City Realty

Ben Jackson

Lead Agent
Watt Realty
Property Agent Dan D'Silva
Watt Realty

Dan D'Silva

Property Consultant
Richardson & Wrench South Brisbane
Property Agent Matthew Paxton
Richardson & Wrench South Brisbane

Matthew Paxton

Sales & Marketing Specialist
Mark Ward Property
Property Agent Mark Ward
Mark Ward Property

Mark Ward

Sales representative
Atlantic Real Estate Pty Ltd
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Atlantic Real Estate Pty Ltd

Josephine Garner

Sales representative
Ray White Inner Brisbane Apartments
Property Agent Kai Liu
Ray White Inner Brisbane Apartments

Kai Liu

Sales representative
One Percent Property
Property Agent Daniel Hooper
One Percent Property

Daniel Hooper

Agencies in Brisbane City QLD, 4000

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Surfers Paradise

50 Cavill Avenue, Surfers Paradise QLD
For Sale by Owner

For Sale by Owner

Balaclava

Suite 3,19 Suite 1 19 William Street, Balaclava VIC
Oxbridge

Oxbridge

Milton

1/16 McDougall Street, Milton QLD
Sale By Home Owner

Sale By Home Owner

Brisbane City

GPO Box 2002, Brisbane City QLD
No Agent Property

No Agent Property

Brighton East

Suite 1a, 608 Hawthorn Road, Brighton East VIC
REMAX Results

REMAX Results

Morningside

Unit 3, 622 Wynnum Rd, Morningside QLD
The Onsite Manager

The Onsite Manager

Hendra

40 School Street, Hendra QLD
Place Estate Agents Bulimba

Place Estate Agents Bulimba

Bulimba

140 Oxford Street, Bulimba QLD
Australian Home Partners

Australian Home Partners

Brisbane City

1 Queen St, Brisbane City QLD
Triple One Group Pty Ltd

Triple One Group Pty Ltd

Brisbane

Suite 626 12B / 198 Adelaide Street, Brisbane QLD

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What department stores are there in Brisbane City? Big W, David Jones, Myer.
What bottle shops are there in Brisbane City? Festival Cellars, BWS, Malt Traders Market Street.
What restaurants are there in Brisbane City? Cha Cha Char, Vino's, Rush Dining/Bar/Express, Jack's Cafe, Margret Street Bar and Bistro, Port Office Dining Room, Gianni's, II, Moo Moo, Han Woo Ri, Kabuki, Phúc Deli Viet, Vapiano, Malt Dining, Palettes, The Pancake Manor, Little Singapore, City Wok, Pochana, The Survey Co., Harajuku Goyza, Shingle Inn, Jade Buddha, Pig 'n' Whistle, Wara Wara, Naomi Sushi, AJ Vietnamese Noodle House, Communal, Pane e Vino, Burger Urge, Guzman y Gomez, Sake Restaurant & Bar, Hanaichi Fine Food, Oshin Japanese Restaurant, George's Paragon Seafood Restaurant, Aria, Bavarian Beer Cafe, Alto, Jackpot, Govindas Vegan Vegetarian, Mr Edwards Alehouse and Kitchen, Olive Garden, Jellyfish, Sono Japanese restaurant, Hotel Beach House, Milano, Georges's Paragon Seafood, Riverbar & Kitchen, Alchemy Restaurant + Bar, Collective Kitchen & Bar, Strauss, Taro's Ramen, Mr. and Mrs. G, Felix for Goodness, Chotto Matte, Wagamama, Pig n Whistle, Comuna, Singapore Kitchen, Buffalo Bar, Nando's, Corbett & Claude, Sushia on William, Beppin Ramen & Cake, Nudo's on Mary, Urbane, Jimmy's On The Mall.
What supermarkets are there in Brisbane City? Formosa Asian Market, Woolworths, Foodworks, Coles, Sunlit, IGA Express, Woolworths Metro, Woolworth Metro, Reject Shop.
What's the postcode for Brisbane City, QLD? The postcode for Brisbane City, QLD is **4000**
What pharmacies are there in Brisbane City? Priceline Pharmacy, Wizard Pharmacy, Post Office Square Pharmacy, UNI Pharmacy, Chemist Warehouse.
What are the most common nationalities? The five most common nationalities of residents are: English, Chinese, Korean, Irish, Scottish.
What fitness centres are there in Brisbane City? Pure Health Clubs, Anytime Fitness Brisbane City, Fitness First, Good health fitness, Anytime Fitness King George Square, MasterElite Trainers Gym.
What's the size of Brisbane City? Brisbane City is 2.07 square kilometres and has a population of 1797.
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