McDowall is located just over 10km from the CBD and within close proximity to a variety of amenities. McDowall is known for the Raven Street Reserve, which is a 24.3 hectare bushland area surrounded by urban housing and busy roads.
Pure Real Estate is a specialist agency in Property Management and Sales and is looking for more properties in McDowall and its surrounding suburbs.
We value your McDowall 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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McDowall has a variety of shops, schools, public transport and plenty of parklands. These include Chermside Hills Reserve, Raven Street Reserve and Bunyaville State Forest Park surrounding the suburb. There are plenty of schooling options in McDowall so take your pick!
There are a number of bus services in McDowall and it's just a short commute to the CBD or if you are looking for a weekend getaway, the Gold and Sunshine Coasts are easily accessible.
McDowall, a residential suburb, is immediately east of the Bunyaville State Forest Park and 11 km north-west of central Brisbane. It was named after an early farmer in the adjoining suburb of Everton Park.
The first sign of urban development in McDowall was a grid of streets north-west of the intersection of Hamilton and Trouts Roads (1960s-80s). That was absorbed by the Chermside Hills public reserve. Real urbanisation began south of Hamilton Road, and McDowall grew from a population of about 2500 in 1980 to 6500 in 2001.
McDowall primary school opened in 1975 and ten years later a drive-in shopping centre, Flockton Plaza, was opened on the suburb’s southern boundary. Like a similar, but later, centre at the corner of Beckett and Hamilton Roads, Flockton Plaza has a supermarket and other specialty stores and services. Northside Christian College, also in Flockton Road, opened in 1985, along with its Assembly of God Church. Its enrolment in 2004 exceeded 1250. Next door is the North West Private Hospital (1984).
Cabbage Tree Creek flows north-easterly through McDowall, adjoined for most of its course by linear reserves and the large Chermside Hills Reserve.