Situated approximately 12km north of the Brisbane CBD, Aspley is a major Brisbane suburb centred around the Gympie Road business, shopping and retail hub. With land sales dating as far back as 1857, the suburb, which began as a farming settlement initially known as Little Cabbage Tree Creek, has seen significant and continued development since the 1950’s as the need for more housing, space and amenities grew. With convenient and easy access to Brisbane’s CBD and the Sunshine Coast, Aspley is a full service suburb consisting primarily of detached homes in a wide range of architectural styles.
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Aspley’s significance as a major northern business and retail hub combined with the suburbs proximity to Gympie Road ensure that residents enjoy a wide range of facilities and amenities including extensive retail options, parks and recreational spaces, religious activities and a range educational options including Aspley State School, Aspley East State School, St Dympna’s Catholic Primary School, Aspley State High School and Aspley Special School.
Located 12km north of Brisbane’s CBD, Aspley is primarily serviced by the suburbs proximity to Gympie Road, a major northern arterial road that divides the suburb and provides convenient and efficient access to both Brisbane’s CBD and the Sunshine Coast via the Gateway Motorway. Gympie Road offers a number of frequent bus services to navigate the suburb and beyond whilst access to train services are catered by stations located in the neighbouring suburbs of Fitzgibbon, Zillmere and Geebung.
5/146 Cavendish Road
Offers over $499,000
Aspley, a residential suburb which grew during the 1970s, lies 12km north of central Brisbane along Gympie Road. It is crossed by the Cabbage Tree Creek and the Little Cabbage Tree Creek and was originally known by the latter name. Land sales for small farms in the area began in 1857, and ended in 1866. The suburb takes its name from the property of John Morris, whose allotment was purchased in 1865 and located in Maundrell Terrace near the State school.
In 1890 the Little Cabbage Tree school was opened. By then many people were growing tired of the name and by 1897 both the school and the post office were renamed Aspley. During 1910-20 the population increased to over 400. A public hall was opened, and it was felt that dedicated open spaces were needed. George Marchant, a soft drink manufacturer, donated Marchant Park on the south-east corner of Aspley to the local Kedron Shire Council. Church services were held in the hall or in private homes until a non-denominational church was built in 1931.
Situated away from a railway line and beyond the Chermside tram terminus in Gympie Road, Aspley continued as a farm community until the 1950s. In 1952 an early residential subdivision was marketed, with allotments offered at the corner of Gympie and Robinson Roads. A new shopping centre set back for car parking followed, a further sign of the emerging suburban revolution. Within ten years Aspley was promoted as a garden suburb, with mostly single level detached houses, many built in styles established in the southern states. A drive-in theatre opened in 1962 along Albany Creek Road (partly damaged by fire in 2003) and in 1971 a drive-in supermarket was established. Aspley High, Aspley East primary and a Catholic primary school were opened 1963-64. Within ten years Aspley schools were bulging at the seams, the pressure only relieved when Craigslea State primary school opened in 1972. Craigslea high school opened in 1975.