Norman Park QLD, 4170

Norman Park Real Estate: Suburb Profile

Have you got your eye on a property in Norman Park, QLD 4170? It's fundamental to discover whether the suburb is worth researching further. The Homes.com.au suburb profile provides information on Norman Park property prices, demographics & market trends so that we can help you make an intelligent decision about your future purchase.

Whether you are upsizing or downsizing to Norman Park, have a little read of our history lesson to discover the fantastic lifestyle and what the suburb has to offer.

Overview Norman Park is a predominantly residential town located close to the central business district of Brisbane, Australia. Geographically, it is surrounded by East Brisbane, Camp Hill, Morningside, Hawthorne, and Coorparoo. In 2016, a total of 24,516 residents were living in Norman Park, according to a census.

Living in Norman Park Norman Park is a safe and convenient hometown for families, retirees, and people who enjoy a lifestyle of peace and comfort. The suburb has several educational institutions within its borders, and a few are also located in neighbouring suburbs. Transportation is available to locals and visitors as Norman Park has bus terminals, railway lines, and ferry terminals.

In terms of recreation, the suburb is home to several parks where people can stroll, ride a bike, have a picnic, and more. The suburb also has commercial amenities, such as cafes, supermarkets, eateries, shopping malls, and other retail shops. Brisbane's central business district is only 6.3 kilometres from Norman Park, making more commercial areas reasonably accessible.

History of Norman Park In 1853, settlers started inhabiting Norman Park. The first bridge built over the Norman Creek was developed in 1856, but the overall rehabilitation of Norman Park was gradual. Additionally, extreme flooding in 1893 resulted in the almost stoppage of the development in Norman Park. East Brisbane's European settlement was first centred on the creek's upper reaches, bolstered by tram services on Cleveland Road in 1915 and Wynnum Road in 1926.

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Real Estate Norman Park, 4170 Statistics

34yrs

Norman Park
Median Age

Demographic data provided by ABS 2016

Norman Park Median Property Price

Total properties sold in the last 12 months
House$1,050,000
Apartments / Units$490,000

Properties in Norman Park QLD, 4170

Jabiru Norman ParkAvenues Early Learning Centre - Norman ParkOkeedokee Early Learning CentreNorman Park State School

Agents in Norman Park QLD, 4170

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Kylee Harnisch

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Innov8 Property Sales
Property Agent Michael Spillane
Innov8 Property Sales

Michael Spillane

Sales representative
Place Estate Agents Bulimba
Property Agent Meagan Muir
Place Estate Agents Bulimba

Meagan Muir

Sales representative
Richardson & Wrench South Brisbane
Property Agent Matthew Paxton
Richardson & Wrench South Brisbane

Matthew Paxton

Sales & Marketing Specialist
Pinnacle Properties QLD
Property Agent Von Barnes
Pinnacle Properties QLD

Von Barnes

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Ben Tafolo

Place Estate Agents Bulimba
Property Agent Paula Pearce
Place Estate Agents Bulimba

Paula Pearce

Sales representative
Harcourts Inner East
Property Agent Chris Lawsen
Harcourts Inner East

Chris Lawsen

Principal
Belle Property Coorparoo
Property Agent Amanda Becke
Belle Property Coorparoo

Amanda Becke

Sales representative
Tobin Real Estate
Property Agent Craig Loudon
Tobin Real Estate

Craig Loudon

Sales representative

Agencies in Norman Park QLD, 4170

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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
No Agent Property

No Agent Property

Brighton East

Suite 1a, 608 Hawthorn Road, Brighton East VIC
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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
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REALspecialists

Burleigh Heads

19 Taree Street, Burleigh Heads QLD
Elite Agents & Partners

Elite Agents & Partners

Berwick

Suite 7 / 28-32 Gloucester Avenue, Berwick VIC
Belle Property Carindale

Belle Property Carindale

Carindale

803 Creek Road, Carindale QLD
Ray White Holland Park

Ray White Holland Park

Holland Park

930 Logan Road, Holland Park QLD

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What restaurants are there in Norman Park? Sakura Japanese Restaurant, Chang Rai Thai.
What's the size of Norman Park? Norman Park is 2.2 square kilometres and has a population of 1599.
What are the most common nationalities? The five most common nationalities of residents are: English, Irish, Scottish, German, Italian.
Postcode for Norman Park, QLD? The postcode for Norman Park, QLD is **4170**
What supermarkets are there in Norman Park? Foodworks.
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