Primarily a residential suburb surrounded by bushland, Bald Hills represents Brisbane’s northern most outlying suburb being located approximately 20km from Brisbane’s CBD. Originally settled in the 1850’s and used primarily as grazing and small-scale farm land, the suburb of Bald Hills first began to experience urban growth in the 1950’s and continued to benefit from the rapid suburbanisation of neighbouring Aspley and the Gympie Road retail precinct. Located within close proximity to the South Pine River and offering easy access to major arterial roads and motorways, Bald Hills offers a family-friendly lifestyle in a convenient, commuter-friendly suburb.
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Conveniently located at the northern edge of Brisbane and located within close proximity to the Northern retail hub of Aspley and the Gympie Road retail precinct, Bald Hills, offers a range of enviable amenities and facilities both within the suburb and the surrounding areas. In addition to those on offer in adjacent suburbs there are two schools located within the suburb, Bald Hills State School and St Paul’s School, which offers Pre-Prep to Year 12. Offering a relaxed, family-friendly lifestyle, Bald Hills caters to those who enjoy being immersed in nature with a large variety of green and open parkland spaces throughout the suburb including the expansive Tinchi Tamba Wetlands Reserve.
Located on the northern fringe of Brisbane, Bald Hills offers convenient and efficient access to some of Brisbane’s major arterial roads, motorways and thoroughfares including The Gateway Motorway, Bruce Highway and Gympie Road. Bald Hills also offers a huge variety of public transport options including a number of regular bus services providing connections to Brisbane CBD and Redcliffe, the Brisbane City Council operated Personalised Public Transport Service (a low-cost hail and ride service helping to connect residents to their local transport hubs) and access to Queensland Rail City network services via the Bald Hills railway station.
Bald Hills is primarily a residential suburb located approximately 20kms from the CBD, on the northern most edge of Brisbane. A suburb driven by low density residential expansion, Bald Hills, is bordered by significant areas of pristine bushland and reserves including the Tinchi Tamba Wetland Reserve. Established in the 1850’s by Scots Families, Bald Hills, which obtained its name from the patches of elevated grassland spread throughout the original bushland in the area, originally served as an outpost settlement for mixed use farming and cattle grazing due to the suburbs proximity to the South Pine river.
With the opening of the Bald Hills post office in 1871, the suburb soon became an outpost for the Cobb and Co coach and mail service before being linked approximately 17 years later by the North Coast railway line which provided a connection to inner city Brisbane. The suburb saw further population expansion in the 1920’s as a number of soldier settlement farms were established however many were soon unsuccessful due to the small size of the land holdings.
Retaining much of its rural identity until the late 1950s, Bald Hills, soon began to experience urban growth as a result of suburbanisation with the establishment of the Richmond Heights housing estate and has continues to benefit from the rapid urbanisation of the neighbouring suburb of Aspley and the Gympie Road retail precinct.