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Indooroopilly

One of Brisbane’s oldest and most popular suburbs, Indooroopilly is a well established residential and commercial area. Famously known for one of the biggest shopping centres in Australia, Indooroopilly is named from an Aboriginal word meaning “running water”.

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Chelmer

Chelmer is a quiet, leafy suburb and is one of Brisbane’s most established and appealing riverside addresses. The ‘Blue Ribbon’ suburb known for its fine old Queenslanders and riverside breezes, was previously known as Oxley Point and Riverton and is now named after the Chelmer River in England.

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Graceville

Graceville is a quiet, leafy suburb named after Grace Grimes, daughter of Samuel Grimes, a former local Member of Parliament and supporter of the Ipswich-Brisbane railway line.

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Tennyson

Tennyson is a quiet, leafy suburb and is one of Brisbane’s most established and appealing riverside addresses. The small and charming suburb is famously known for the Tennis Centre, which was previously the Tennyson Power Station (operational from 1953 – 1986). The site was unused for over 25 years until development giants Mirvac, purchased the site to build the world class Tennis facility and also featuring 3 top quality riverfront residential buildings.

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Sherwood

Sherwood is named after an original property in the area, thought to be named after Sherwood Forest in England. The true centre piece of Sherwood is the Arboretum which was established in 1924 and has over 16 hectares of parklands, BBQ’s, 2 playgrounds and a rainforest walk along the river. The Arboretum is listed as a state heritage site due to the broad range of tree species.

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Corinda

Corinda is a well established residential area, with a commercial area along Oxley Road, and an industrial area in the north-east.

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Oxley

Oxley is one of Brisbane’s best up and coming suburbs. Predominantly a residential area, with some commercial and industrial areas, Oxley is named after Oxley Creek, which was named after John Oxley, one of Australia’s earliest explorers.

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