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Everton Park

Suburb Snapshot

Located approximately 9km north-west of Brisbane CBD, Everton Park is a relatively young post-war suburb that benefited from the suburbanisation boom of the 1960’s and 1970’s. Offering families an affordable, full service suburban lifestyle within convenient commuting distance to the Brisbane CBD, Everton Park remains a favoured and sought-after suburb today.


Pure Real Estate Snapshot

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

We value your Everton Park 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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Facilities and Amenities

Primarily a residential suburb, Everton Park offers a number of facilities and amenities centred along Old Northern Road, South Pine Road and Stafford Road including a large Homemaker Centre, Coles Supermarket and a string of specialty and boutique stores, cafes and restaurants. Residents can also enjoy access to a range of alternative retail options given Everton Park's close proximity to surrounding suburbs such as Stafford and Mitchelton. Bordering Kedron Brook on 2 sides, residents of Everton Park can also enjoy access to Teralba Park which hosts the Mitchelton Football club. There are several educational offerings in Everton Park including Everton Park State School, Everton Park State High School, Prince of Peace Lutheran College and the Northside Christian College in addition to offerings in nearby and neighbouring suburbs.

Transport and Access

Bordered by Queens Road in the north and bisected by Old Northern Road and South Pine Road, Everton Park is an easily accessible commuter suburb providing convenient access to other regions of Brisbane and surrounding suburbs. Located approximately 9km north-west of the CBD, residents of Everton Park can enjoy a regular bus service that operates within the suburb in addition to train services available in the neighbouring suburbs of Mitchelton and Gaythorne.

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More About Everton Park

Located approximately 9km north-west of Brisbane’s CBD, Everton Park is primarily a post-war residential suburb with a mixture of low, semi-detached and medium density offerings. The suburb boundaries have steadily grown since the 1960’s and was named after a vineyard of the same moniker operated by Thomas McDowall in the 1870’s.

Everton Park postal receiving office opened in 1899, the same year as the railway from Brisbane to Enoggera, marking the site of the future Everton Park neighbourhood shopping district increasing accessibility into the suburb and allowing residents to travel down South Pine Road, crossing Kedron Brook, to meet the newly opened train services at Enoggera. As the population of Everton Park continued to increase so too did commercial development in the area with the opening of a new primary school in the 1930’s and the opening of the neighbourhood shopping centre in the 1950s following the end of the Second World War.

With the suburb gaining popularity and coinciding with Brisbane’s suburbanisation boom of the 1960’s and 1970’s, Everton Park benefited from enormous growth with the suburb fully settled by the mid 1970s. With access to a wide variety of facilities, amenities, services and transport options, Everton Park is a popular choice that caters to a large variety of residents and demographics.

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