When you ask most locals what they love most about Nundah, almost all the time, you will get the same answer – convenience. Everything you basically need is here, from schools, childcare, transport, shops to restaurants, bars, cafes, gyms, parks and other amenities. You name it, Nundah has it.

Choosing where to live is a tough decision, but one factor you should take into consideration is the area’s proximity to amenities. It really makes a big difference to home buyers, investors and tenants if a property has easy access to these comforts. And you know what? Nundah has a plethora of it.

Looking into the heart of Nundah, you will find the lively dining and shopping precincts fondly called by the locals as the “walkers paradise.” It has a massive walk score of 90 to 98 out of 100, which basically means that most errands can be accomplished on foot, so owning a car would not be much of a priority here.

Ultimately, Nundah is a humbly growing suburb that is so easy to love because of the remarkable conveniences it offers.


Population: 10,386 (2011 census)

Age Median: 34 Years Old

Family Statistics (%)

  • Registered Marriage (32.30%)
  • De Facto Marriage (14.02%)
  • Not Married (53.68%)

Nature of Property Occupancy

  • Rented (53.53%)
  • Owned with a mortgage (26.22%)
  • Owned outright (17.61%)
  • Not stated (2.21%)
  • Other tenure type (0.44%)

Median Rent (Weekly)

  • Suburb’s median rent – $320
  • State’s median rent – $300


  • Railway – Located within the suburb are the Nundah City railway station and the Toombul City railway station, which are both on the Caboolture Line and the Shorncliffe railway line.
  • Bus – Many council buses run through the area, including the Great Circle Line.


  • Mary MacKillop College (formerly Corpus Christi College)
  • Nundah State School
  • St. Joseph’s Primary
  • Northgate State School
  • Help Enterprises T/A Help Training Institute