Whether buying, renting or investing in Salisbury, QLD 4107, it's an excellent first step to evaluate whether the suburb is suitable for your lifestyle and or financial circumstances. The Homes.com.au suburb profile provides the statistics on Salisbury median property prices, market trends & demographics so we can educate you on your next home or investment.
Whether you are upsizing or downsizing to Salisbury, continue reading for a brief historical overview to learn more about the fantastic lifestyle and what makes this suburb so popular.
Overview Salisbury is a southern suburb located within the local government area of the City of Brisbane in Queensland. It covers an area of 4.6 square kilometres and is approximately 12.7 km away from Brisbane. Salisbury is adjoined by the suburbs of Mobrooka, Tarragindi, Rocklea, Nathan, and Coopers Plains.
Living in Salisbury Salisbury is a moderately leafy suburb that is also a family-friendly community. There are several primary and secondary schools within the boundaries of this suburb and its neighbouring areas. The population of Salisbury has a median age of 35, which is three years younger than the Brisbane average. There are also lots of university students that live here. The residents of Salisbury has access to a wide range of essential facilities and services, including supermarkets, food and general stores, cafes, restaurants, and pharmacies. It is serviced by the Salisbury railway station that provides residents with easy access to Brisbane and Beenleigh.
History of Salisbury The name of this suburb was derived from the name of the residence of William Coote. He is a Brisbane engineer and architect who lived in the area. According to many theories, the name of his residence was inspired by the cathedral city of Salisbury in England.
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