With 10 parks covering over half of its total area, Daisy Hill is a verdant residential oasis in Brisbane’s suburban fringe.
Running adjacent to Daisy Hill, the Pacific Motorway ensures efficient travel north to the Brisbane CBD and Sunshine Coast, ideal for young professionals looking for a peaceful place to come home to each evening. Just 20 minutes to the beautiful Bay and home to one of Queensland’s top co-educational schools – John Paul College, a Daisy Hill address is one of the most sought after in the Logan region.
Local shops with supermarkets and cafes are available throughout the suburb, while the neighbouring Shailer Park’s Hyperdome offers a much larger range of retail options. The Hyperdome’s piazza hosts an array of restaurants, bars and entertainment.
The Old St Mark’s Anglican Church is a charming heritage listed building in the southern end of Daisy Hill, the timber relic gives the suburb a picture of life in simpler times, when the area was primarily used for farming and grazing.
The historically rural area was subdivided during the 1970s, with the Daisy Hill Conservation Park and Koala Centre remaining the suburb’s biggest attraction. Eucalypt gums, barbecue areas and walking tracks form the irresistible appeal of the vast national park, weekends exploring the park on foot, bike or horseback is a must for locals and tourists.
St Edward’s Catholic Primary School
Slacks Creek State School
John Paul College
John Paul College Fenton Village
Chatswood Hills State School
Mabel Park State High School
Kimberley Park State School
27km from Brisbane
4km from Logan Central
TRANSlink buses run daily services throughout the suburb