Everton Park residents can agree that it’s a perfectly positioned suburb. Brisbane CBD is a quick and easy 15-minute drive (8 kms) from Everton Park. This primarily residential area has everything for everyone. Families will enjoy the top schools and parks nearby. Professionals will never worry about commute, whether they drive or take the bus or train. Everybody here can get all their shopping done in places like Woolworth, Coles and Target, which are merely walking distance for some residents. Cyclists will also feel safe here as the suburb has plenty of cycling tracks.

While it offers all these conveniences, Everton Park has been described to have a “small town” or “country town” feel, making it a tranquil area for people who prefer to leave the hustle and bustle of the city behind at the end of the day.


Population: 8,325 (2011 census)

Age Median: 37


Family Statistics

Married in a Registered Marriage – 3,720 (44.68%)

Married in a De Facto Marriage – 963 (11.57%)

Not Married – 3,643 (43.76%)


Supply and Demand

Current Vacancy Rate – 2.15%

Rental Stock Available – 86

Rental Population – 8,868

Median House Price: $599,000

Median Rent (Weekly)

Suburb’s Median Rent – $450 (House), $360 (Unit)



Everton Park residents have easy access to public transportation. South Pine Road and Older Northern Road are both major transport corridors that run through the suburb towards Brisbane. Bus services and local bikeways are also available.

The nearest train stations are:

  • Gaythorne
  • Mitchelton
  • Oxford Park  


  • Everton Park State High School
  • Everton Park State Primary School
  • Northside Christian College
  • Prince of Peace Lutheran College