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Chandler – Suburb Profile

Chandler, a sparsely settled suburb, is 14 km south-east of central Brisbane. Originally part of Belmont and the western edge of Capalaba, Chandler was gazetted as a suburb in 1975 it was named after Sir John Chandler, Lord Mayor of Brisbane (1940-52), founder of Brisbane’s first radio 4BC (1930) and chairman of the Chandler electrical-goods retail chain. Sir John’s mayoral career is described in John Cole’s Shaping a City (1984).

Chandler is the location of several market gardens, poultry farms and horse breeding. In its north-west corner is the Sleeman centre, a sports complex built for the Commonwealth Games in 1982. (Frank Sleeman was Lord Mayor of Brisbane 1976-80.) The centre includes gymnastics and aquatic facilities and a velodrome.

Settlement of the area dates from the 1860s, with land used mainly for timber-getting, grazing and farming. The Tingalpa Reservoir was completed in 1967. The most significant development took place from the 1970s. A theatre/sports hall, aquatic centre and velodrome were constructed for the 1982 Commonwealth Games, later becoming the Sleeman Sports Complex. The population declined slightly during the 1990s, and then increased by a similar amount between 2001 and 2006, a result of new dwellings being added to the area. Rural land is used mainly for market gardening, horses and poultry.

Major features of the area include Sleeman Sports Complex, Tingalpa Creek Reserve, Mr Tees Golf Driving Range and part of Tingalpa Reservoir.

Chandler’s census populations have been:


1976                                 1,024

1986                                     941

2001                                    954

2006                                1,047

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