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Eagle Farm


Suburb Snapshot

Neighbouring Brisbane’s International and Domestic Airport, Eagle Farm is an industrial area located approximately 8km north-east of Brisbane’s CBD. Identified as prime cultivation land in 1829, Eagle Farm served as prime farming and grazing land within the Moreton Bay Penal Colony and was the site of the Eagle Farm Women’s Prison and Factory, which operated until the beginning of the 1840s. Connected by Kingsford Smith Drive, the Gateway Motorway and Southern Cross Way, Eagle Farm now plays host to a large variety of commercial, retail and manufacturing activities.

 

Pure Real Estate Snapshot

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

We value your Eagle Farm 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.

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Contact us today if you are looking for a Property Manager or Sales Agent for your property and experience the Pure Real Estate difference.

Facilities and Amenities

Primarily an industrial and manufacturing area, Eagle Farm does play host to the Royal Queensland Golf Club on the banks of the Brisbane River and is within close proximity to a number of facilities and activities hosted in the adjacent suburb of Ascot such as Doomben and Eagle Farm raceway, Racecourse Road Shopping strip and a variety of cafes, bars and restaurants.

Transport and Access

Located approximately 8km north-east of Brisbane CBD, Eagle Farm is easily accessible due to the suburbs proximity to the Gateway Motorway, Southern Cross Way and Kingsford Smith Drive as well as access to Doomben railway station which connects Brisbane's CBD with manufacturing facilities at nearby Pinkenba.

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More About Eagle Farm

A former site of the Moreton Bay Penal Colony established in 1829, Eagle Farm is an industrial suburb approximately 8km north-east of Brisbane’s CBD. Originally chosen for the suburb’s prime grazing and farming land, Eagle Farm continues to play host to a huge variety of commercial and manufacturing activities.

Thought to have originally been named for the eagles that were frequently observed around the prison farm, Eagle Farm hosted the first race meeting of the Queensland Turf Club in 1865 at the Eagle Farm Racecourse which is in present day Ascot. With the opening of the first post office in 1897 and remaining open until the 1940’s, original records for the suburb reveal a long industrial history with several large industries such as Caltex, Commonwealth Industrial Gases and Independent Oil Industries selecting Eagle Farm as the base for their operations in Brisbane.

With a local railway opening in 1882 to service the racecourse and a subsequent extension through to Pinkenba in 1897, Eagle Farm saw many of the suburb’s original low-lying land filled with spoil from river dredging operations to boost industrial development. Further farmland was developed in the 1920’s to establish Brisbane’s domestic aerodrome with the site working alongside the Archerfield airway until 1948 when Eagle Farm was designated as the main domestic airport for the city, later becoming its own suburb. Eagle Farms proximity to major arterial roads, motorways and ports has continued to ensure the suburbs desirability for local manufacturing and commercial activity.

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