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Bracken Ridge

Suburb Snapshot

A family-friendly suburb located approximately 18km from Brisbane CBD, Bracken Ridge offers residents a combination of affordable lifestyle and fantastic facilities all within convenient commuter access to Brisbane CBD, Redcliffe and the north and south coast.  Bracken Ridge is a relatively young suburb with much of the suburb’s development having occurred in the 1960’s and 1970’s following the suburbanisation boom.


Pure Real Estate Snapshot

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Facilities and Amenities

Predominantly a residential suburb, Bracken Ridge offers residents a number of facilities and amenities including a large number of open parklands, reserves and sporting places that prove to be very popular with residents including the Bracken Ridge District Cricket Club, Indoor Sports Centre and Netball Club. The Bracken Ridge Central Lions hold a regular miniature steam day at McPherson Park on the 4th Sunday of each month and there are also a large number of places of worship including the Catholic, Baptist, Uniting Church and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints as well as an Islamic community centre which is located in neighbouring Bald Hills. Residents are spoilt for choice with a large number of educational institutions on offer including St John Fisher College, Bracken Ridge St School, Norris Road State School, Bracken Ridge State High School, St Joseph's Catholic Primary School and the Brisbane North Institute of Tafe.

Transport and Access

Situated to the north of Brisbane CBD, Bracken Ridge is conveniently located between both the Gateway Motorway and the Gympie Arterial Road both of which are made easily accessible by Bracken Ridge Road in the north and Telegraph Road in the south. Whilst train services are accessible by neighbouring Bald Hills Train Station, Bracken Ridge does offer residents a local bus service that connects to Brisbane and beyond.

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More About Bracken Ridge

Located approximately 18km to the north of Brisbane CBD, Bracken Ridge is predominantly a residential suburb situated between Bald Hills and Deagon and, as the name suggests, features a generally hilly terrain throughout the suburb. The ancestorial home of the Turrbul people, Bracken Ridge was originally considered an outlying district of now neighbouring Bald Hills and was chosen in the 1870’s as the site for the Bald Hills Cemetery.

Contemporary Bracken Ridge began life in the 1960’s and 1970’s as the effects of suburbanisation in Brisbane fiercely spurred demand for residential property in Brisbane’s outer suburbs with the Housing Commission building the suburbs first homes in 1966. As interest in the suburb continued to grow so too did development with the development of a shopping center on Gawain Street and the opening of Norris Road Primary School in 1977, St Joseph’s Catholic School in 1978 and St John Fisher Catholic College in 1981.

Interest in the suburb continued to grow as Bracken Ridge, like many suburbs in the area, benefitted from the transportation development boom of the 1980’s and the introduction of the Gateway Motorway, which snaked along the suburbs eastern boundary. Consisting primarily of low-density housing set on spacious blocks and curvilinear family-friendly estates, Bracken Ridge has maintained its position as an affordable and extremely popular option with a wide variety of residents.

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