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Located on a bend of the Brisbane River, East Brisbane encapsulates the best of suburban life, and the best part is, it's only a stone's throw from the heart of the city. Living in East Brisbane is all about the riverside location, generous public parklands and choosing to be amongst the action on a whim.
Whilst sometimes overshadowed by its better-known neighbours, East Brisbane is an understated treasure. With its welcoming and peaceful lifestyle, access to family homes and education precincts, East Brisbane appeals to those who seek a suburban setting with easy access to Brisbane's inner hustle.
It is hard to look past East Brisbane's generous parklands and outdoor venues, particularly the pockets adjacent to the nearby Norman Creek and Brisbane River. Sporting clubs, picnic areas, barbeque facilities and playgrounds are scattered throughout the suburb, with the local favourites teeming with action on weekends. Mowbray Park is a go-to venue for leisurely activities, with children's parties and family barbeque's regularly making the most of the green space and well-maintained facilities.
Stanley Street and Lytton Road bustle with boutique cafés and stores. Vulture Street connects through to the beloved Gabba, home to the Brisbane Lions Football Club, and venue for exclusive entertainment events. The nearby German Club is also a local institution in its own right, serving up traditional German meals and brews.
East Brisbane is conveniently located by the Story Bridge, providing direct access to Fortitude Valley and the northern and southern suburbs of Brisbane.
The tree-lined streets offer a contrast of architectural styles, from traditional Queenslander homes to unit complexes and contemporary apartments. There are more commercial properties nearer to the key thoroughfares.
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