Perfectly positioned in Brisbane's North, Mango Hill is packed full of suburban charm. From spacious modern homes and quality schools to sprawling parks and reserves, this suburban gem offers a lifestyle of ease and convenience that growing families find hard to resist.
Mango Hill Village along Halpine Drive has a selection of grocers, storefronts and eateries. Still, when wanting more, locals only need to head down the road in neighbouring North Lakes to Westfield Shopping Centre, which is jam-packed full of big-name brands, homemaker stores, small boutiques and global eats. And with the likes of IKEA and Costco setting up shop, North Lakes has become the local shopping destination for the wider community.
Within Mango Hill itself, there is a great selection of primary and secondary schools, numerous parks sprinkled throughout and a cycleway that connects to neighbouring suburbs. Among all of this are the spacious family homes, two train stations (Mango Hill Station and Mango Hill East Station) and a network of buses. Yet still, keeping Mango Hill well-connected is Bruce Highway that takes you to Brisbane CBD in the south and Sunshine Coast in the north.
Only a short drive from Redcliffe, locals can be at the beach eating ocean-fresh seafood in under 20-minutes. Life really is good in Mango Hill.