Home of the Gallipoli Army Barracks, Enoggera is an established, family-friendly and leafy green suburb featuring stately timber and tin Queenslander style homes oozing with character and charm. The original site of farming and grazing land in the 1850’s, Enoggera achieved popularity with discharged soldiers following World War 1, which coincided with the opening of an extended train line and other transportation infrastructure making Enoggera an accessible and desirable lifestyle choice.
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Located along the banks of Kedron Brook to the north and Enoggera Creek to the south, the suburb of Enoggera offers residents a variety of outdoor facilities and activities both within the suburb and surrounding area including Shand Street Park, Korea Park, Enoggera Memorial Park (which boasts sporting fields) and nearby Banks Street Reserve. Samford Road offers a variety of commercial and retail options boosted by options in the neighbouring suburbs of Ashgrove, Alderley and Gaythorne. Residents of Enoggera are afforded access to a variety of highly sought after schools including Hillbrook Anglican School, Our Lady of the Assumption and Enoggera State School.
Home to the Gallipoli Army Barracks, Enoggera is an easily accessible and well-connected suburb located approximately 7km north of Brisbane CBD. Divided in the north-eastern corner by Samford Road, which is a main corridor for motorists travelling to the CBD, Mitchelton and Samford, and Wardell Street which runs north to south through the suburb, living in Enoggera provides residents a wide range of transportation and access options. Residents relying on public transport can take advantage of a range of frequent bus services connecting throughout the suburb and access to the Queensland Rail City network via the Gaythorne Railway Station and Enoggera Railway Station which provide access to Brisbane CBD, Beenleigh, Gold Coast and Ferny Grove.
A residential suburb located approximately 7km north of the Brisbane CBD and home to the Gallipoli Army Barracks, Enoggera is a family-friendly, leafy green suburb nestled between the banks of Kedron Brook to the north and Enoggera Creek to the south.
Serving as prime farming land in the mid 1800’s, Enoggera was serviced by Samford Road which acted as the main route for traffic in the area and contributed to the growth and development of the suburb with a local primary school opening in 1871, a Baptist church opening in 1872 and a local post office in 1880.
1899 saw Enoggera connected to the first leg of the Mayne-Samford railway line which not only increased accessibility to the suburb but acted as a catalyst for increased development in the area including the acquisition of 1200 acres of land by the Commonwealth Military Authorities to establish a rifle range, later forming the Gallipoli Army Barracks.
Interest in the suburb increased at the end of World War 1 as discharged soldiers returning to Brisbane began to settle in Enoggera which coincided with an extension of the railway line and the establishment of further industry in the area. The extension of the Newmarket Tramline into Enoggera further contributed to postwar urbanisation of the suburb increasing the suburbs accessibility for commuters.
A well-connected suburb on the doorstep of the City, Enoggera continues to serve as a popular choice among a huge variety of residents looking for an affordable lifestyle without sacrificing inner-city convenience.