A popular residential suburb located only 8km north of Brisbane’s CBD, Gaythorne is a family-friendly, leafy green suburb sought after for its affordability, easy access and proximity to surrounding suburbs. Originally forming the western part of Enoggera, Gaythorne offers residents a mixture of low density residential character homes and small, boutique developments making the suburb an attractive choice for a wide range of consumers including families, working professionals, students and retirees.
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A relatively compact, post-war suburb located approximately 8km north of Brisbane CBD, much of Gaythorne's retail and commercial activities are concentrated on either Bellevue Avenue and Samford Road and include a range of boutique cafes, speciality shops and the Gaythorne RSL with a wider variety of facilities available in neighbouring and nearby suburbs. Bordering Kedron Brook in the north, residents have convenient access to Enoggera Memorial Park and associated facilities located adjacent to the eastern boundary of the suburb. Whilst Gaythorne does not have any schools within the suburb educational needs are catered for in the neighbouring suburbs of Mitchelton and Enoggera.
Located between the suburbs of Enoggera and Mitchelton, Gaythorne is conveniently located along the Ferny Grove railway line and bisected by Samford Road, a major northern arterial road that connects the CBD with Brisbane’s outlying northern suburbs and other major thoroughfares. With access to a local train station and a high frequency public bus service, residents will enjoy convenient access to commute in and out of the suburb.
A residential suburb located along the Ferny Grove railway line and approximately 8km north-west of Brisbane’s CBD, Gaythorne was, until 2000, considered to form the western part of Enoggera. Named after a property settled in the area by Howard Bliss, Gaythorne has held a long industrial history due to the suburbs proximity to the rail line.
Home to commercial industry such as the Gaythorne Ice Works and Wunderlich Cement Sheet Factory, Gaythorne’s proximity to the Enoggera Army Barracks has also played a role in the suburbs development with Gaythorne acting as a site for light horse training during World War 1 and later an internment camp during World War 2. Consisting primarily of Queenslander style architecture, Gaythorne is a leafy green and family friendly suburb offering affordable living a short distance from Brisbane’s CBD.