Located on the doorstep of inner-city Brisbane and also surrounded by nature, Bardon fosters a sense of community in a quiet yet highly sought-after neighbourhood popular with young families, mature professional couples and those looking to escape the bustle of inner-city living without sacrificing the convenience and amenity that urban living has to offer. Originally known as Upper Paddington, Bardon continued to grow as the Brisbane City tramline extended further into the suburb and residential demand continued to grow in the area.
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A family-friendly, chic and highly sought-after inner-city neighbourhood, Bardon offers a perfect blend of lifestyle, nature and amenity. Featuring a vibrant and local community style of living, Bardon offers an enviable café scene, mouth-watering patisseries, bustling restaurants and a range of boutique local businesses all on the doorstop of inner-city Brisbane. Bordering Mount Coot-Tha, Bardon is a leafy green neighbourhood dotted with a large number of green, sporting and open parkland spaces to explore. Bardon provides easy access to adjacent suburbs which ensures a variety of educational opportunities are on hand including Ithaca Creek State School, Rainworth State School, St Joseph's School, Bardon State School and Stuartholme Girls School.
Bardon is a suburb offering a variety of highly efficient and convenient transport and access options including easy access to the Western Freeway/Centenary Highway (M5) and access to the Inner-City Bypass and Riverside Expressway via neighbouring suburbs while public transportation for the commuter is catered for via several, high frequency bus routes operated by Translink.
Located approximately 6km from Brisbane’s CBD, Bardon is primarily a residential area nestled within the foot hills of Mt Coot-tha and features a wide variety of architectural styles, including a large collection of traditional and highly prized ‘Queenslander’ style, timber and tin vernacular homes. Running alongside Ithaca Creek and originally known as Upper Paddington, Bardon was first surveyed in 1862 with land sales beginning in the following year however did not obtain the official title of Bardon until 1926.
Considered too steep for horse drawn carriages, development and subdivision was considerably slow until the development and expansion of the electric tramline began to push into the suburb, culminating in the final terminus at Bowman Park in 1937.
As development in the area grew and Bardon expanded, it incorporated the suburbs formally known as Jubilee and Rainworth and is home to several prestigious schools established in the early 1900’s such as Stuartholme Girls School, founded in 1914, and Rainworth Primary School which opened in 1928. Bardon, famed for its densely tree-lined streets, is also home to numerous parks, reserves, small boutique shopping outlets and a variety of significant sights which are listed on the Brisbane Heritage Registry.