Conveniently located only 3.5kms from Brisbane’s CBD and bordering the Brisbane River, Auchenflower is an excellent inner-city suburb offering convenient access to Brisbane CBD, the Inner-City Bypass and arterial roads that lead to the Western Freeway. Originally established in the 1850’s, Auchenflower is a leafy riverside suburb perfect for anyone seeking a combination of lifestyle and inner-city convenience. Auchenflower offers a wide range of housing options ranging from historic homes and traditional cottages to more contemporary options including apartment and unit developments.
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Nestled in the heart of the inner-western suburbs of Brisbane, Auchenflower has a range of amenities and facilities both within the suburb and surrounding areas. Among the many facilities and amenities on offer are numerous parks and recreational areas, access to The Wesley Private Hospital and a variety of boutique cafe and shopping options both within the suburb and neighbouring areas such as Toowong Village Shopping Centre and Rosalie Village in Milton. Auchenflower’s central location and proximity to neighbouring suburbs also provides residents with access to a wide variety of educational offerings such as Brisbane Boys’ College, St Ignatius Catholic Primary School and Milton State School.
Located near Brisbane’s CBD, Auchenflower’s riverside location offers ample opportunities for both public and private transport. Easy access to both Coronation Drive and Milton Road afford residents of Auchenflower convenient vehicle access to nearby motorways and arterial roads whilst also providing a plethora of high frequency public transport options including numerous bus routes, a train service and access to ferry terminals located nearby in neighbouring Milton and Toowong. Following the Brisbane River, Auchenflower also offers convenient access to the Bicentennial Bikeway which runs along the Brisbane River from Toowong through to the CBD.
5/146 Cavendish Road
Offers over $499,000
Auchenflower is an inner riverside suburb of Brisbane, approximately 3.5km west of the Brisbane CBD and located primarily between Milton Road and Coronation Drive. The name Auchenflower is believed to have emerged in the 1880s and is contributed to former Queensland Premier, Thomas McIlwraith who acquired, and renamed, a substantial home originally built in the area in 1850 by John Ward. McIlwraith is believed to have named the home ‘Auchenflower’ after his family estate in Ayrshire, Scotland, with the name bearing Gaelic roots thought to describe a field of flowers.
Substantial European settlement already existed in the area by the time of McIlwraiths arrival including Ambrose Eldridge and Robert Cribb, two earlier settlers responsible for the construction of Milton House (1854) and Dunmore (1854), both of which proved to be located too close to the river following the infamous 1893 flood. The men spearheaded development and progression in the area through the subsequent subdivision of their estates for smaller housing allotments.
Auchenflower’s close proximity to Brisbane’s CBD and frontage along Coronation Drive have been key drivers for significant development and a demographic shift since colonial and prewar time including the construction of The Wesley Hospital in 1977 and numerous areas adjacent to Coronation Drive seeing significant redevelopment from detached housing to low and medium density commercial and residential development.