Albion: Brisbane’s Quiet Corner

Named after the ‘Albion Hotel’ by Thomas Hayseldon due to its resemblance to England’s white cliffs, Albion is a part of a group of suburbs located in the northern part of Brisbane. It is an inner northern-eastern suburb 5 kilometres away from the CBD. It is surrounded by Hamilton in the north, in the south is Newstead, Ascot in the east, and Windsor in the west.

There is a variety of sights to find in Albion as it is comprised of various housing styles from old school cottages to modern houses made of brick. You can also find an abundance of unit blocks in the entire suburb.

Demographics

Population: 1,986 (2011 census)

Age Median: 33

Family Statistics

  • Married in a Registered Marriage – 460 (28.6%)
  • Married in a De Facto Marriage – 214 (13.3%)
  • Not Married – 934 (58.1%)

Supply and Demand

  • Current Vacancy Rate – 7.31%
  • Rental Stock Available – 67
  • Rental Population – 47%

Median House Price: $684,750

Median Unit Price: $455,000

Median Rent (Weekly)

  • Suburb’s Median Rent – $463 (House), $390 (Unit)

Transport

  • Train – Albion is serviced by the Albion Railway Station on the Queensland Rail City Network
  • Bus – Apart from private vehicles, the bus is also one of the main means of transportation in Albion

Schools In and Around Albion

  • Queensland Girls Secondary School Sports Assoc Inc – Albion, QLD, 4010
  • Brisbane Painting Classes – Albion, QLD, 4010
  • Queensland School of Film and Television (qsft) – Albion, QLD, 4010
  • Kedron State High School – Wooloowin, QLD, 4030
  • St Margaret’s Anglican Girls School – Ascot, QLD, 4007