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Suburb Snapshot

Located approximately 13.5km north-east of the Brisbane CBD, Boondall is perhaps most widely known as the home of the Brisbane Entertainment Centre and the expansive Boondall Wetlands.  Primarily a low-density, leafy green and spacious residential area, Boondall offers commuter convenience in an affordable, family-friendly suburb conveniently located halfway between Brisbane CBD and Redcliffe.


Pure Real Estate Snapshot

Pure Real Estate is a specialist agency in Property Management and Sales and is looking for more properties in Boondall and its surrounding suburbs.

We value your Boondall property and want to help you make the most out of it. If you are considering renting, buying or selling, Pure Real Estate can help with all your real estate needs.

Property Management – Our Property Managers understand that your Boondall property plays a big role in your life, and we strive to offer exceptional and affordable comprehensive property management services to ensure your relationship with Pure Real Estate is a rewarding experience.

Sales – Our Sales Agents understand that the process of buying and selling can be an emotional and stressful time. We will keep you well informed through the whole process to give you peace of mind and to ensure our Sales Agents are achieving the best results for you.

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Facilities and Amenities

Located approximately halfway between Redcliffe and Brisbane CBD, Boondall offers an affordable, family-friendly suburb with access to a variety of facilities and amenities both within the area and surrounding suburbs. While Boondall is most widely known as being the home of the Brisbane Entertainment Centre, the suburb is also home to numerous parks and green spaces including the Boondall Wetlands, Ice World Ice Skating Rink and the Sandgate Road commercial and retail precinct. Residents of Boondall also enjoy access to Boondall State School and the internationally recognised St Joseph’s College which borders the adjacent suburb of Nudgee.

Transport and Access

Located to the north of the Brisbane CBD and bordered by Sandgate Road and the Gateway Motorway, residents of Boondall are afforded a variety of private and public transport options including easy access to Redcliffe, Sunshine Coast and Brisbane CBD via private vehicle, high frequency bus services that operate throughout the suburb and regular trains services operated from Boondall Train Station.

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More About Boondall

Located halfway between Brisbane CBD and Redcliffe, Boondall is a residential suburb on Brisbane’s north-eastern outskirts bordered by Sandgate Road, the Gateway Motorway, Shorncliffe in the north and the Boondall Wetlands, an expansive 707ha wetland reserve established in the 1990s and home to a wide range of animals including more than 190 species of birds.

Home to a mixture of young and established families, retirees and professional couples Boondall, which is commonly believed to have been named for the Aboriginal word meaning crooked creek, originally formed the northern part of the suburb of Nudgee and was referred to as College Hill up until the early 1920’s. Attractive to settlement in the mid 1800’s due to the suburbs proximity to Cabbage Tree Creek, Boondall experienced rapid development following the opening of the Sandgate Railway in the 1880’s and the opening of the Christian Brothers Nudgee College in 1891, the main building of which has been recognised on the Queensland Heritage Register as an outstanding landmark of Italianate architecture.

Continued demand for the suburb saw the development of the College Hill housing estate in 1915 which saw 600 allotments offered for sale and the establishment of the Boondall Primary School in 1925. Further expansion of the suburb was fuelled by suburbanisation and residential demand following the commercial development of the Sandgate Road precinct in the 1950’s and 1960’s.

Boondall experienced further fortune in the 1980s, benefitting from Brisbane’s transportation growth with the opening of the Gateway Motorway and the redevelopment of existing public infrastructure and transportation services fuelling further residential growth in the area.

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