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Whether you are upsizing or downsizing to Park Ridge South, continue reading for a brief history lesson to discover more about the amazing lifestyle and what makes this suburb a worthy option.
Overview Park Ridge South is a residential town that is part of the City of Logan local government area. It is 13.6 km south of Logan Central and 34.9 km south of Brisbane CBD. It is part of the federal divisions of Forde and Wright. It has a few neighbouring suburbs such as Greenbanks, Park Ridge, Chambers Flat, and Munruben.
Living in Park Ridge South Park Ridge South is an outer residential suburb. Even though the name sounds modern, this suburb is actually over a century old. The area of the town was initially settled in the late 19th century. It was detached from Park Ridge – an urban area – in 1991. This town is home to Chambers Creek’s headquarters and has its own tennis centre. Park Ridge South is also home to three churches. However, there are no schools in this town with the nearest one in the neighbouring Park Ridge and Greenbanks.
History of Park Ridge South Before Park Ridge South became the residential town that it is today, it was once a rural community. It was officially established as a town in 1991 and previously belonged to the Beaudesert Shire local government area. Timber was the primary industry in this area during the late 19th century.
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