Boondall

Boondall Real Estate

Boondall is a residential suburb located approximately 15km north of the Brisbane CBD and along the Shorncliffe rail line. On its east side, the Boondall Wetlands are internationally recognised, covering over 1000 hectares of protected wildlife habitats. For a conveniently located suburb with great natural beauty, Boondall is the place to be.

Boondall History

Located 15 kms north of the Brisbane CBD, Boondall came into existance in 1915 as a residential estate named “College Hill”. This derived from the fact it originally was part of Nudgee due to the proximity to nearby Nudgee College. After lobbying for a state school,the Nudgee College Progress Association changed their name when the local train station was called Boondall and this flowed through to the opening of the new state school Boondall Primary in 1925. The name “Boondall” derives from the Aboriginal word meaning crooked creek or referring to an aboriginal food cunjevoi lily. The college, Sandgate railway and bridge across Cabbage Tree Creek made this area very appealing for European settlement encouraging the growth of the area.

 

Things to do in Boondall

Boondall is perfectly located to offer a range of exciting activities for everyone. Brisbane Entertainment Centre is Brisbane’s largest live entertainment venue, an 11,000-seat arena with a 14,500 maximum concert capacity. The centre includes a sporting complex and small function rooms that can be hired for wedding receptions and other events.

Ice World Boondall is the perfect spot to both watch ice hockey games and learn to skate. Activities on offer include birthdays, skating lessons, public skating sessions, speed skating, figure skating, synchronised skating and even curling. Ice World Boondall is also the home ground for hockey teams the Brisbane Goannas and Brisbane Blitz.

For a relaxing outdoor adventure, Boondall Wetlands are a great place to stop and get some fresh air. The wetlands feature a 2km walking track where you can spot all kinds of wading birds, including pelicans and mangrove herons. Boondall Wetlands also have picnic tables and toilets, so you can make a whole day of it.

Real Estate in Boondall

Boondall’s median house prices have steadily increased over recent years. Notably a marked increase from 2016 through to early 2017.  Attracting investors looking for a sound opportunity, Boondall has seen properties sell sight unseen in some cases.

Houses for sale in Boondall are very popular with people looking to settle down. Established and maturing couples and families of all ages make up over 50% of Boondall’s population, with the next most prevalent groups being independants of all ages and ethnicities.

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