Nundah Real Estate
Nundah is a rare jewel, being both a historically significant area of Brisbane’s North, and an excellent place for families in its own right. There are many beautiful homes to buy or rent, plenty of things to do, and transport to and from the city is convenient and reliable.
Prior to European settlement, Nundah and the surrounding area were inhabited by the Turrbul tribe. Many significant Aboriginal sites dot the landscape, including Dinah Island, where Brisbane’s last traditional Aboriginal burial took place. Nundah gained its current name from the local Aboriginal dialect’s word for “chain of water holes”.
In 1838, German missionaries named the area Zion and built its first permanent settlement, with the aim of converting the Turrbul to Christianity. The name later changed to German Station, before eventually becoming Nundah. The mission closed in 1843 due to limited success, and the heritage listed First Free Settlers Monument on the corner of Sandgate Road and Wood Street commemorates the German settlers.
Nundah’s rich history has given it many more heritage listings. These include Corpus Christi Church, Nundah Cemetery, Nundah Air Raid Shelter, Nundah Fire Station, Toombul Shire Hall and Workers’ Dwelling No.1. This dwelling was the first of its kind built in 1910, and stands as a testament to Queensland’s classic timber-and-tin construction style.
Things to do in Nundah
Nundah has lots of activities on offer for all members of the family, whatever your age or interests. Tiddlywinks Dance And Play Cafe caters to all children from infancy up to 11 years. In addition to the Toddler Dance Program, Tiddlywinks has cheerleading, hip hop and jazz ballet classes for kids.
The Nundah Farmers Market runs every Sunday at Nundah Train Station from 6am to midday. A huge variety of produce is available, including vegetables, prawns and other seafood, gourmet meats, spices and herbs. You can also find other items such as handmade gifts, plants and flowers, and health and lifestyle products.
Real Estate in Nundah
Nundah is home to a charming variety of housing styles. Century-old worker cottages, modern apartments, two-storey brick-and-timber houses and rustic Queenslanders are all available for purchase.
Housing prices in Nundah have steadily increased over the last decade, with the current median house price of $679,000. The high demand for property indicates that this trend will continue, making Nundah a smart choice for investors.
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