An Inner City gem, Greenslopes is a beautiful and convenient place for Brisbanites to live. Tucked just five kilometres from the CBD, it is a neighbourly suburb with plenty of greenery.
Residents have everything they need at their fingertips. Greenslopes Mall and Stones Corner Village cater to shopping needs, and the Woolloongabba precinct is buzzing with restaurants, cafes and bars. There are many parks to picnic and play in, such as Ekibin Park and Hanlon Park. Greenslopes Bowls Club and Camp Hill Community & Sporting Club are go-to spots for those wishing to keep active and healthy.
The suburb is known for its medical facilities, namely the Greenslopes Private Hospital. For students, the area is home to a mix of primary and high schools as well as the AIAS College of Natural Medicine.
One of Greenslopes’ drawcards is its prime location. It’s a short drive from the CBD, and close to the Southeast Freeway, Gabba and bayside suburbs. As for public transport, regular buses run through the suburb, and Coorparoo train station is a few minutes away.
Greenslopes is popular with both investors and owner-occupiers, thanks to its mix of pre-war character homes and modern apartment blocks.
AIAS College of Natural Medicine
Buranda State School
Greenslopes State School
Holland Park State School
Junction Park State School
Marshall Road State School
St Elizabeth’s School
St James Primary School
St Joachim’s School
5km from Brisbane
Bus services run along major thoroughfares like Old Cleveland Road, with extra services in peak times
There is a train station in Coorparoo, the next suburb over