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Looking for a good family-friendly suburbs to live in Brisbane, Queensland? Places you want to live in Brisbane depends greatly on where you are working and what you like to do. For professionals with a family, here are a few places in no particular order 

 

1. Balmoral

Balmoral is located approximately 9 kilometres, east of the Brisbane CBD. On the southside and on the river these are trendy inner suburbs serviced by buses and train stations which are is not far away.

 

Balmoral

 

2. Bulimba

Located 4 kilometres, also north-east from CBD, Bulimba has many good cafes and restaurants, interesting boutiques and a cinema. there are also lots of nice parks and wide tree lined streets.

 

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3. Manly

On the bay about 15-20mins drive, this a lovely area.

 

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Photo Credit: FELICITY MCNAUGHT

 

4. The Gap

A family suburb located 8km from the city. The Gap falls in both north and west of Brisbane.

 

the gap

 

5. Camp Hill

Located on the southside, 7km from the CBD, it is another good family suburb. Only few minutes from the shopping centre, has lots of big parks and some nice cafes.

 

camp hill

 

6. Holland Park

Holland Park is a great area for families with children as there are a number of large established parks, a good range of schools, a well-equipped library and a convenient shopping street. Public transport is easily accessible.

 

Holland Park - Brisbane

 

7. Sherwood

A family suburb serviced by trains and bus, lots of parks and big tree lined streets. Sherwood has a shopping centre nearby.

 

Sherwood Park

 

Some other nice suburbs we may have missed. Please make sure to check flood maps:

West:

Kenmore, Chapel Hill, Ashgrove, Bardon, Oxley, Graceville, and Jindalee.

North:

Brighton, Mitchelton, The Gap and Sandgate.

South:

Greenslopes, Morningside, Bulimba, and Hawthorne