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Suburb Snapshot

Albion is a suburb located approximately 5 kilometers from the Brisbane Central Business District (CBD), with Breakfast Creek to the south-west. It has a number of heritage listed sites, including the iconic Breakfast Creek Hotel. The suburb features a diverse range of housing styles, including cottages, contemporary homes, and units, making it popular among different demographics.


Pure Real Estate Snapshot

Pure Real Estate is a specialist agency in Property Management and Sales and is looking for more properties in Albion and its surrounding suburbs.

We value your Albion property and want to help you make the most out of it. If you are considering renting, buying or selling, Pure Real Estate can help with all your real estate needs.

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Contact us today if you are looking for a professional property manager or sales agent for your property. With Pure Real Estate, you can expect personalized service and expertise to help you navigate the real estate market. Experience the difference with our team.

Facilities and Amenities

Albion offers a variety of options for both leisure and convenience. With its proximity to the Brisbane CBD and major arterial roads, residents can easily access a range of amenities and attractions. The suburb also boasts a number of heritage-listed sites and a range of housing styles, making it a popular choice for all demographics. Whether you're an outdoor enthusiast, a fashion-lover, or simply looking for a convenient location, Albion has something to offer.

Transport and Access

In addition to its convenient location, Albion offers a range of amenities for residents to enjoy. The suburb has a number of parks and green spaces, including the popular Kalinga Park and its popular dog off-leash area. There are also a number of schools, both public and private, in the area.

For shopping and dining, residents can visit the popular Racecourse Road precinct, which offers a range of boutique shops, cafes, and restaurants. The suburb also has a number of supermarkets and other essential services.

Overall, Albion is a popular choice for buyers and renters looking for a convenient and amenity-rich location just a short distance from the Brisbane CBD.

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More About Albion

Albion is a residential suburb located approximately 5 km north of the Brisbane CBD. The suburb is bordered on its south-west by Breakfast Creek, and is known for its many heritage-listed sites. In 1860, John Petrie opened a quarry in the area to extract white sandstone, and four years later, the proprietor of a new hotel in Sandgate Road named his establishment Albion, after the local quarry stone.

Despite the opening of the Breakfast Creek bridge in 1858, there was little urbanisation north of the creek until the 1880s. In 1876, Whytecliffe, a country estate, was built on Sandgate Road, and in 1886, Moolooburrum was constructed for Andrew Petrie. Moolooburrum was later acquired by St Margaret’s Anglican girls’ school, and its area was named Albion Heights.

Albion became better known when a swampy area north of the mouth of Breakfast Creek was chosen as the site of a racecourse. The area was popular for hunting and coursing, and became the headquarters of the Smithfield Pony Club in 1885 and the Albion Park Racecourse in 1895. By then, there had been several real estate subdivisions in the area, and town mail deliveries were extended to Albion in 1888.

The suburb was also popular with Chinese settlers, and market gardeners populated the lower-lying marshlands. The Temple of the Holy Triad was constructed in Higgs Street in 1885-86 to serve the local Cantonese community, and is listed on the Australian heritage register.

Today, Albion has a range of housing styles, including cottages, contemporary homes, and unit-style accommodation, making it popular with people of all demographics. The Albion Park Racecourse and Allan Border Field provide entertainment options for sports fans, and the suburb’s close proximity to major arterial roads and the Brisbane Airport make it easy to enjoy weekend getaways. Public transport options include the Albion Train Station, providing easy access to the Brisbane CBD.

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