A mixed use, residential and industrial suburb located in Brisbane’s north-east, Banyo, is an affordable family and commuter-friendly suburb sought after by those seeking a combination of convenience, amenities and facilities all set within primarily low-density development. Thought to have been named from the Indigenous Australian expression describing the rising slope of Beehive Hill, the current site of the Australian Catholic University, Banyo, a former farming community, has seen continued expansion fuelled by suburbanisation and the suburb’s proximity to Nudgee, Toombul, Chermside and the Brisbane Airport.
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A hidden gem within Brisbane’s north, Banyo is an affordable suburb offering a variety of enviable amenities within close proximity to Brisbane’s CBD. With easy access to the Brisbane CBD, Brisbane Airport, Toombul and Chermside Shopping Centre, Banyo ensures residents benefit from convenient access to a wide variety of cafes, restaurants, retail and shopping options, green space and open parkland and a number of educational options including St Pius’ Primary School, Earnshaw State College and Australian Catholic University in addition to a number of sought-after options in the immediate, surrounding area.
Located only 12km east of the Brisbane CBD, Banyo offers a variety of transport and access options including convenient access to the Gateway Motorway, Southern Cross Way and Sandgate Road. Public transport is catered for with the Banyo Railway Station providing regular access to the Queensland Rail City network that services Brisbane to Shorncliffe and regular bus services operated by Brisbane City Council. Students of the Australian Catholic University also enjoy a free shuttle bus operating within the suburb that connects to the University from Toombul (via Northgate Station) and another service that runs between the University and Westfield Chermside.
5/146 Cavendish Road
Offers over $499,000
Banyo, a North Eastern suburb of Brisbane, is a mixed residential and industrial area located approximately 12km from the CBD. Home to the Turrbal people, and originally known as Clapham Junction, Banyo is named from the Indigenous Australian word for hill or ridge. Originally settled in the mid 1800’s, Banyo is a suburb that has witnessed continued development and expansion due to the suburbs proximity to the Brisbane Domestic and International Airport and link to the Brisbane metropolitan areas by the North Coast railway line.
In 1942 Banyo was recognised as a suitable location by the American Army to build a substantial depot along Earnshaw Road and was also identified as a suitable area to begin development for a variety of commercial manufacturing and processing activities such as the Hills Hoist Factory and the Golden Circle Cannery.
In recent years the benefit of Banyo’s proximity to the airport, the Port of Brisbane and major arterial roads and motorways has contributed to the suburbs continued development as a commercial hub whilst former commercial sites have continued to be re-developed to meet growing residential demand.