Chapel Hill QLD 4069

Chapel Hill is a picturesque suburb situated in Brisbane, Australia. The suburb is famous for its natural beauty on the foothills of Mt Cootha.

Population: 10,511
Median Age: 30-54
Median House Price: $1.27 M
Median Unit Price: $559,000

The suburb gets its name from the Primitive Methodist chapel that was built on the top of the hill in the year 1874. In the year 1922, Queensland Governor Matthew Nathan officially opened the Industrial School for Boys. Chapel Hill has a rich and varied history and culture. Also, the suburb is home to a number of historical buildings. It includes the Chapel Hill Uniting Church and the Ironside State School Heritage Precinct.

With an overall area of about 5.0 square kilometres, Chapel Hill is located 12.1 kilometres away from Brisbane. In the year 2011, the population of Chapel Hill was 10,168 people, and it grew to 10,511 people in 2021. The suburb has 3,823+ houses that include high-rise apartments, detached housing, and backs.

Chapel Hill is home to a number of high-performing schools. These institutions include Ironside State School, Chapel Hill State School, and St Peters Lutheran College. Also, the suburb is close to the University of Queensland and Griffith University. Other than these, there are many other good institutions where one can get a quality education.

The suburb is well-connected to the rest of Brisbane by public transport. The Indooroopilly railway station, along with various bus routes, provides effective transportation to the residents and visitors alike. Chapel Hill is extremely serviced for cyclists, as you will see a dedicated bikeway. Also, there is a dedicated bus route from the University of Queensland. Chapel Hill is a popular destination for walkers, cyclists, and runners, with a number of trails and paths going through the suburb.

When it comes to shopping, Chapel Hill Shopping Center caters to the daily needs of the community with a supermarket. There are supermarkets, local shops, and a selection of cafes at the centre. It is a place where you can get essentials or enjoy a casual meal.

Also, at the Chapel Hill Community Centre, there is a wide type of activities for residents of all ages. The Chapel Hill Library is a popular resource for residents of all ages. The suburb is famous for its leafy streets and its proximity to Mt Coot-tha, one of Brisbane's most popular tourist destinations. The suburb is home to a number of parks and reserves. The Chapel Hill Uniting Church and St Peter's Lutheran Church are the churches in the suburb.

Chapel Hill Festival and the Chapel Hill Arts Trail are some community festivals that happen throughout the year. Various sporting clubs, such as the Chapel Hill Cricket Club, the Chapel Hill Soccer Club, and the Chapel Hill Tennis Club, are here in the suburb.

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