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Overview Grange is a northern suburb located within the local government area of the City of Brisbane. It spans an area of 1.8 square kilometres and is located 7 km north of Brisbane. It shares borders with a few suburbs such as Stafford, Gordon Park, Lutwyche, Alderley, Newmarket, Wilston, and Windsor.
Living in Grange The suburb of Grange is located to the south of Kedron Brook. It is a beautiful suburb that is filled with hills, parks, and cycling paths. It has many leafy areas and is a highly affluent community. The residents live in private housing estates with a tenancy rate of 27% (lower than the Brisbane average of 34%). The average income of the residents in Grange is also higher than that of Brisbane’s average. It is a family-friendly suburb with many good primary schools; however, there are no secondary schools in Grange. As already mentioned, Grange is home to several parks such as Grange Forest Park, Alderley Grove Park, Emerson Park, and Gilbert Road Park, to name a few.
History of Grange The area of Grange consisted of wooded plains and open grasslands before the settlement of the British. In 1903, there were suburban developments in the area, and one of the suburbs were named Grange.
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