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Kedron, Qld, 4031

Suburb Snapshot

Kedron is conveniently located approximately 7km from Brisbane CBD and is centred on Gympie Road. Kedron has a range of early postwar style homes and in more recent years units and apartments have been built in the area making it an ideal place to enjoy the suburban lifestyle with the city convenience.


Pure Real Estate Snapshot

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

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Facilities and Amenities

Kedron has a range of amenities including parks, local shops along Gympie Road and a mix of schooling options including Kedron Primary School, Kedron State High School and St Anthony’s Primary School. Westfield Chermside Shopping Centre is located in the neighbouring suburb providing a large range of shopping and entertainment options.

Transport and Access

Public transport options include the Kedron busway in Kedron and close proximity to train stations in the neighbouring suburbs. Kedron provides easy access to the Airport Link, Inner City Bypass and the M1 for weekend escapes to the Sunshine Coast.

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More About Kedron

Kedron, a residential suburb on Gympie Road and immediately north of Lutwyche and Gordon Park, is eight km north of central Brisbane. It is separated from Kedron Brook by Gordon Park.

Kedron Brook, with headwaters in Ferny Grove, is a significant watercourse that enters a wetland at Toombul near the airport. It was there in 1838 that German Moravian missionaries formed a settlement for the protection of Aborigines, and named the watercourse after the Biblical Kedron River.

In 1856 farm lots along Kedron Book were surveyed, and two of them near Gympie Road were purchased by Judge Alfred Lutwyche in 1859. Now the site of Kedron High School and an emergency services complex, Lutwyche named his estate Kedron Lodge. Lutwyche donated land to the south (now in Wooloowin) for St Andrew’s Anglican church (1866). Population was scattered, but Gympie Road was a main access route. The Edinburgh Castle Hotel (c1868) was opened on Gympie Road, and Kedron Brook was bridged in the 1870s (previously crossings relied on a ford).

It was the Kedron Park Hotel (1880), however, which brought life to the district. The proprietor started horse races, polo matches and sports days on Kedron Park, apparently with the co-operation of the beneficiaries of Lutwyche’s estate. The Kedron district was otherwise farms and tanneries all the way along Kedron Brook, and so intense was their activity that complaints were made about pollution of the Brook. Local government did not do much about the problem. Nundah division (1879) lost its population centre when Toombul was severed in 1883, leaving it with the rural backblocks running out to Bald Hills and Bunya.

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