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Bridgeman Downs – Suburb Profile

Bridgeman Downs, a residential suburb, is 12 km north-east of central Brisbane. It was gazetted as a suburb in 1977 and named after Henry Bridgeman who settled on the area north of Albany Creek Road bounded by Albany Creek, Beams Road and Bridgeman Road (1860).

In November 1860 Henry St John Bridgeman bought land bounded by Albany Creek Road, Bridgeman Road and Beams Road.

Bridgeman Downs has long been associated with large acreage properties, but these are mostly restricted to the end of Beckett Road and down Bridgeman Road. The majority of Bridgeman Downs, surrounded by Aspley, Albany Creek, McDowall and Carseldine is residential estate, established in the late eighties and early nineties. The resident population is relatively young, however there is a retirement village and a cemetery. The suburb is home to Bridgeman Baptist Community Church, the church reaches out to the Bridgeman Downs Community. The area was mostly developed in the 1990s, which can be seen as the majority of houses in the residential estates are quite modern. Many families choose to live in Bridgeman Downs because of the larger homes and generous blocks (plenty big enough for a pool) and proximity to shops such as Pick n Pay Hypermarket at Aspley and various public and private schools.

Bridgeman’s land was acquired by the Queensland Immigration Society and used for pig raising and field crops. It was farmed for 80 years until subdivided in 1957. The area was treated as an outlying part of Aspley, and as late as 1966 the Brisbane City Council acquired a section for the Pinaroo lawn cemetery.

Bridgeman Down’s urbanisation began from its eastern (Aspley) boundary, mostly south of Albany Creek Road. No schools, no shopping centres, ‘peaceful, upmarket and green’, in marketing terms, Bridgeman Downs has a reputation as an exclusive suburb, some authorities preferring the word enclave. Some home sites sit on lots of one acre or more. There are extensive linear parks along Albany and Cabbage Tree Creeks. Bridgeman Downs retirement village (2001) has luxury villas. There are four churches – north of Albany Creek Road – including the Christian City Church (1986) and College. Shopping is done at Aspley Hypermarket or the McDowall neighbourhood centre.

According to the 2006 Census, Bridgeman Downs had a total population of 7,367. 22% of the suburbs population were born overseas with United Kingdom, New Zealand, South Africa, Italy and Fiji being most common. Currently 11% of all houses speak another language at home. Over 62% of households in this area consist of couples with children, 30% are of couples without children and 7% are single parent households. Stand-alone houses make up over 87% of the dwellings in this area, and townhouses account for another 10%.

Read more Sourced from Queensland Places and Wikipedia

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