Seventeen Mile Rocks is a relaxed, family-friendly suburb and home to the impressive award-winning Rocks Riverside Park. Sitting comfortably next to the mighty Brisbane River, Seventeen Mile Rocks offers picturesque surrounds in a convenient location.
Located 16 kilometres south of the Brisbane CBD, Seventeen Mile Rocks’ expansive area used to include neighbouring Sinnamon Park, until 1989 when Sinnamon Park was segregated and renamed. Predominantly a rural and industrial area up until the mid-1970s, Seventeen Mile Rocks is now a thriving Brisbane suburb in an attractive location next to the Brisbane River. Along with its convenient location, Seventeen Mile Rocks attracts happy residents with plenty of shopping, dining, and entertainment options close by. The newly revamped Mt Ommaney Centre is right at your doorstep, as is the exclusive Gertrude McLeod Golf Club, while Indooroopilly Shopping Centre and DFO Jindalee are just down the road.
Seventeen Mile Rocks’ prized drawcard is Rocks Riverside Park. The expansive recreational park was rebuilt after the 2011 floods and is Brisbane’s largest riverfront park. Spanning 8,000 square metres of grassed open space, Rocks Riverside Park is an outdoor oasis catering to locals and visitors with multiple play areas, waterpark, coffee kiosk, community garden, barbeque area, and bike and walking paths.
With two luxurious housing estates including Edenbrook Estate, Seventeen Mile Rocks is a desirable suburb for families and young couples looking for comfortable surrounds, convenience and easy access to everyday amenities.
Goodstart Early Learning Seventeen Mile Rocks
Centenary State High School
Jamboree Heights State School
Corinda Primary School
Corinda State School
16km from Brisbane
84km from the Gold Coast
TransLink operate daily bus services
TransLink operate daily train services from Oxley Train Station