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Overview With a population of just below 11500, Camp Hill is a suburb in the east of Brisbane. It is a residential suburb surrounded by Coorparoo, Carina, Seven Hills, Norman Park, Holland Park, and Carina Heights. Among the significant mountains found here are Whites Hill, Sankeys Mountain, and Esquiline Hill.
Living in Camp Hill Some mentionable heritage sites in this suburb are Anzac Cottage, Forster’s Dairy Cottage, and Camp Hill School of Arts. Camp Hill has a few prep schools and a secondary school. Camp Hill Marketplace has ample shopping. Boutique shopping is found on Old Cleveland Road. Many surgeons, doctors, and dentists can be found here. One can find a plethora of restaurants, bars, pubs, and cafes all across Camp hill.
History of Camp Hill Camp Hill had a strong German influence in its early years. The settlers here at the time were predominantly farmers. The White family had bought the 53 acres of highland that is now known as White’s Hill. It is now a public reserve and boasts of a tower that is used as an observatory.
It was only after the late 1880s that a boom in housing began in Camp Hill. Initially, different families established rose gardens, vineyards, fruits and vegetable farms, and even dairies and orchards. Tramways flourished here, and even now the transport here is quite good.
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