The suburb of Kenmore can be found on the Brisbane River just 10km south-west of Brisbane CBD. Safe, leafy and a great sense of community are just some of the ways residents use to describe this residential area. There are plenty of rolling hills and greenery in this suburb, making life here quiet and idyllic with cooling breezes.

Several top-rated schools are located in or close to Kenmore and this makes the suburb a haven for families. And while it’s still a quiet suburb, there are a good number of shopping and commercial centres for residents’ convenience. Public transport services this suburb quite well with plenty of bus stop options. For professional, families and retirees, Kenmore could just be the suburb for you.

Demographics

Population: 4,069 (2011 census)

Age Median: 39

 

Family Statistics

Married in a Registered Marriage – 2,318 (59.33%)

Married in a De Facto Marriage – 254 (5.31%)

Not Married – 1,438 (35.35%)

 

Supply and Demand

Current Vacancy Rate – 1.08%

Rental Stock Available – 9

Rental Population – 13.31%

Median House Price: $899,500

 

Median Rent (Weekly)

Suburb’s Median Rent – $690 (House)

 

Transport

Kenmore’s main road is Moggill Road and a transport hub can be found at the Kenmore Tavern complex. Indooroopilly is the closest station. Kenmore is well connected to Brisbane CBD and the University of Queensland by road and bus.

 

Schools

  • Kenmore State School
  • Kenmore South State School
  • Kenmore State High School
  • Our Lady of the Rosary School
  • Kenmore District Kindergarten
  • Kenmore Park Pre-School and Kindergarten
  • Kenmore West Kindergarten & Pre-School
  • Brunswick Montessori Children’s House