Just 7 km from Brisbane CBD is a leafy, green suburb, Chapel Hill. With many schools nearby, many residents here are families with children. Chapel Hill can be described as a green suburb with its many old eucalyptus and native plants on terrain that leads to the protected reserve of Mount Coot-tha. Residents here can find picturesque walking and hiking trails. One popular spot is the Green Hill Reservoir, an off leash area for dogs, with great views of the city.
While there are no major shopping centres in the suburb, the Indooroopilly Shopping Centre is a 5 minute drive away and Kenmore Village is also nearby. Many transport options are also available and residents can find easy access to the airport and freeways to get to Gold Coast. Overall, Chapel Hill is a relaxed little community if you want to come home to a quiet place that’s not too far from the city.
Population: 4,069 (2011 census)
Age Median: 40
Married in a Registered Marriage – 2,414 (59.33%)
Married in a De Facto Marriage – 216 (5.31%)
Not Married – 1,438 (35.35%)
Supply and Demand
Current Vacancy Rate – 1.21%
Rental Stock Available – 44
Rental Population – 13.79%
Median House Price: $800,000
Median Rent (Weekly)
Suburb’s Median Rent – $575 (House), $350 (Unit)
Moggill Road is the suburb’s major road connecting it to Indooroopilly and to Kenmore. The Western Freeway and Legacy Way tunnel allow quick access. There are four bus routes: the 424, 426, 427 and 428. The Centenary Bikeway, Sylvan Road bike path and Coronation Drive Bikeway provide dedicated bikeway access to Brisbane CBD.
- Chapel Hill State School
- Brisbane Grammar School
- Brisbane Girls Grammar School
- St. Joseph’s College
- Brisbane Boys’ College
- Indooroopilly State High School
- St. Peters Lutheran College
- University of Queensland