Brisbane is the capital of Queensland and the third largest city in Australia with a growing population of 2.46 million.
CAPITAL CITY TOURISM
Over 7.3 million visitors travelled to Brisbane in the year ending June 2020, spending over $6.2 billion.
The five largest sectors in the regional workforce in December 2020 Quarter were:
Health Care and social assistance 13.9%, Retail Trade 9.8%, Construction 9.2%, Professional , scientific and technical services 9.0%, Education and training 8.6%
Ashgrove is only 4 kilometer’s north west of Brisbane city, therefore making it a convenient home for established professionals and families, who want a little room to move (without moving too far).
Waterworks Road is the main connector road carrying two lanes of traffic in each direction between The Gap (west) and Red Hill (east). The local road network is uncomplicated and has average accessibility to/from main traffic routes.
13,000+ residents in Ashgrove
8 minute drive to Ashgrove State School and 9 minute drive to Marist College
2.5km to Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital
Other local amenities include – Bronco’s League Club, Ithaca Creek Bikeway, St Finbarr’s Primary School, Mater Del Catholic primary School, GPS Rugby Club, Ashgrove bowls club, Des Connor Fields, Seild Park, Enoggera Creek Bikeway, Cobie Street Park and Ashgrove Library.