Wooloowin Real Estate

Located a short 6 km from the Brisbane CBD, Wooloowin is as close to the city as possible while still enjoying a relaxed suburban lifestyle. This in-demand suburb has only gone from strength to strength over the decades, and is now one of Brisbane’s most popular areas for people of all ages to live.

Wooloowin History

Wooloowin began as an outlying suburban middle class district, serviced by both the Wooloowin and Eagle Junction train stations. As the suburb developed, more and more services came to call it home. Wooloowin primary school opened in 1914, a local shopping area was established in 1924, and Kedron State High School satisfied post-primary education needs from 1956. By 1996, Wooloowin was a highly desirable location due to its proximity to major shopping centres, reliable public transport and having 70% of its dwellings as free standing.

Wooloowin is home to several heritage-listed sites. These include the Holy Cross Laundry, Albion Fire Station, Kalinga Park and Kedron Lodge. Kedron Lodge in particular is noteworthy for being the original home of Alfred Lutwyche, the first judge of the Supreme Court Bench of Queensland.

Things to do in Wooloowin

Wooloowin has a strong outdoors scene for people of all ages who want to have fun in the fresh air. Shaw Park Tennis Centre has ten hard courts available for hire, offering coachings, cardio tennis and social tennis depending on your individual goals. Voted number 1 by Tennis Australia, Shaw Park Tennis Centre welcomes both junior players and adults of all skill levels.

The Snakes & Ladders Playground at Dalkeith Park is perfect for your adventurous little ones. The creatively intertwined sculptures are unique among playground equipment, and encourage children to race each other along the snakes’ colourful bodies.

Real Estate in Wooloowin

Wooloowin real estate features many interwar-era Queenslanders built on large plots of land, along with more modern houses and units. While the median house price of houses for sale in Wooloowin was once the highest in all of Brisbane, it has since settled to a more affordable level at $785,000. Wooloowin rentals are also quite fair at $550 per week, and the area has proven quite popular with both families and independents.

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