With leafy streets and the city in sight, Coorparoo is fast becoming the go-to suburb for families and professionals to settle in. Along with its panoramic views, green spaces and neighbourly spirit, the area is known for its heritage feel.
Residents can shop, dine and play without leaving its borders. Coorparoo Mall, Coorparoo Shopping Centre and The Precinct are key shopping destinations, and there are plenty of cafes and restaurants on strips like Old Cleveland Road and Martha Street. Easts Leagues Club and Coorparoo RSL are popular. Parents have several state and Catholic schools close by, and even more in surrounding areas. As for public transport, the suburb is home to a train station and several bus routes. For those who prefer to drive, the CBD is just 15 minutes (or five kilometres) away.
Coorparoo promotes an active lifestyle, boasting dozens of parks and sporting facilities. Langlands Park and Giffin Park cater to football teams, while Wembley Park and Majestic Park are local hotspots thanks to their walking trails, playgrounds, fitness and off-leash dog areas.
If you’re looking to buy property in Coorparoo, there are various styles to choose from. Take your pick from Queenslanders, art deco and contemporary houses as well as chic new apartments.
Anglican Church Grammar School
Brisbane School of Distance Education
Buranda State School
Coorparoo Secondary College
Coorparoo State School
Greenslopes State School
Our Lady of Mount Carmel
St James Primary School
5km from Brisbane
Coorparoo is well-serviced by public transport, with a train station on Cavendish Road and several bus routes running through town
There are extra buses and trains during peak times, making Coorparoo an ideal spot for those commuting to the CBD
Camp Hill Community & Sporting Club
Coorparoo Bowls Club
Coorparoo Creek Reserve
Coorparoo Shopping Centre
Coorparoo Tennis Centre
Coorparoo Village 7-Day Medical Centre
Easts Leagues Club
Eric Sivell Park
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