Wide-open streets, leafy backyards, and a refined sense of style are what you’ll find in Graceville. An iconic suburb along the banks of the Brisbane River, Graceville delivers heritage charms and modern amenities in droves.
Nestled just 10 kilometres south of the Brisbane CBD between Chelmer, Sherwood, and Tennyson, Graceville attracts many Queenslanders with its laidback atmosphere, spacious parks, classic Queensland architecture, and of course its prime riverside position. A highly sought-after suburb for families and young professionals, Graceville is close enough to the city for access to urban amenities, but far enough away so as to deliver a quiet and relaxed retreat from the hustle and bustle.
Graceville’s tree-lined streets, strong community spirit, and charming heritage-listed sites lure visitors and locals alike. For shopping and cafe culture head to the quaint Honour Avenue, or for a touch of retro entertainment why not drop in to the Regal Twin cinema. Graceville Uniting Church, one of Graceville’s most popular heritage attractions, sits majestically on Oxley Road. Outdoor enthusiasts and history buffs should make a beeline for Graceville Memorial Park, another of the suburb’s fascinating heritage sites.
With its own train station and dedicated bus routes, everyday amenities, quintessential Queensland architecture, character filled streets, and central location, Graceville is anything but your average Brisbane suburb.
Christ the King Primary School
Graceville State School
Milpera State High School
St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School
Sherwood State School
10km from Brisbane
81km from the Gold Coast
TransLink operate daily train services to Graceville Station