Searching for the dream home in Churchill, QLD 4305? It's important to evaluate whether it is worth researching further. The Homes.com.au suburb profile aims to give you a better understanding of Churchill property prices, market trends & demographics to help you make informed decisions about your future property purchase.
Whether you are upsizing or downsizing to Churchill, have a little read of our historical overview to discover more about the amazing lifestyle and what the suburb has to offer.
Overview Churchill is a suburb within the City of Ipswich, covering an area of 1.7 square kilometres. It is located 4.5 km from Ipswich and 42 km from Brisbane.
As of the 2016 census, this suburb is home to 1,860 residents with a median age of 32. Churchhill has a few neighbouring suburbs such as Leichhardt, West Ipswich, Ipswich, One Mile, Raceview, Yamanto, and Flinders View.
Living in Churchill Churchill is considered by many as a gem waiting to be discovered. This suburb has many leafy and open space areas and is a great place to live, especially for families raising their kids. There is lots of character to this suburb, especially since plenty of early 20th century homes still exist today.
There are also plenty of in Churchill, such as Lobley Park, home to a war memorial. For the convenience of the residents, the suburb has its restaurants, pubs, bakeries, supermarkets, and food/general stores.
History of Churchill The area of Churchill puts it within proximity to the Bremer River. This made the area suitable for livestock sales yards, and it became known as the site of the first agricultural show in Ipswich. In 1870, there was also a soap and candle workshop built in the area. Over time, the railway line was constructed in Churchill, and other public facilities such as a post office and schools followed.
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