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Anstead – Suburb Profile

Anstead is a rural/residential suburb adjoining the Brisbane River, north of Moggill and 20 km south-west of central Brisbane. It was formally named in 1975 after John Anstead, a land-owner in Mount Crosby Road near Kangaroo Gully Road.

Anstead is named after the original land owner John Anstead, a timber getter and quarry master in the 1860’s. Anstead was officially gazetted in 1975, prior to which it was part of the suburb Moggill.

ROAD

An alternative location for a bridge to replace Moggill Ferry is proposed within the Moggill Pocket Arterial Road Transport Corridor.Land has been set aside by the Queensland government as future transport corridor passing through the suburbs of Kenmore, Pullenvale, Anstead and Karalee to connect the Centenary Highway at Fig Tree Pocket, Queensland with Warrego Highway at North Tivoli. The corridor was identified in the 1960s and planned and preserved in the late 1970s. It has not been determined whether or not local traffic on and off ramp access to the arterial road will be provided. Community feelings over the transport corridor are similar to thos expressed over the Moggill Ferr/Bridge Debate . As of 2010, there is no date or funding provided to commence the construction of the Moggill Pocket Arterial Road Transport Corridor.

FLOODS 2011

Much of the Brisbane River shoreline is flood prone, and in past times was used as a waste dump. In the 1950s the Brisbane City council acquired a property on the river, and it has become the Anstead Bushland Reserve. The reserve’s area is over 80 ha, and includes remnants of a former quarry. There is a larger State Forest reserve in the north of Anstead. Typically, the landscape is eucalypt woodland.

In January 2011 flood waters backed up the tributaries running out of Anstead to the Brisbane River. More extensive was the flooding of the Pullen Pullen Creek, which cut off Mount Crosby and Moggill Roads.

Residents of Anstead have to drive outside their area to find shopping (Bellbowrie Plaza) or education (Moggill and Pullenvale State primary schools).

Read more Sourced from Queensland Place and Wikipedia

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