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Overview Regency Downs, a suburb of the Lockyer Valley Region, Queensland, covers an area of 17.2 square kilometres. It had a population of 2,306 people (2016 census). Regency Downs is neighboured by the suburbs of Glenore Grove, Lockrose, Brightview, Kensington Grove, Plainland, and Hatton Vale.
Regency Downs is 80.9 kilometres from Brisbane. It is within the local government area of the Lockyer Valley Region.
Living in Regency Downs Regency Downs, a rural residential suburb, is a nice place to live if you want to have a quiet, peaceful, and relaxing lifestyle close to nature. In the locality are a Fast Food, Woolworths, a pub, a hairdresser, a pharmacy, doctor, dentist, butcher, and some specialty shops.
Regency Downs is near the plainland and has developed and continues to develop as a bustling town. The suburb is close to Brisbane, Ipswich, and Toowoomba, but it retains the tranquillity of country-style living. Public bus services are also available.
Regency Downs has a lot of wildlife and stretches of green paddocks. The locality also has some parks. The best thing about this suburb is that residents enjoy life in a small community while being close to a major city.
Exploring Regency Downs, you will find the Rosewood Railway Museum, Laidley Pioneer Village and Museum.
History of Regency Downs Regency Downs was bounded and named a suburb in 1994.
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