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Chapel Hill – Suburb Profile

Chapel Hill is a residential suburb of Brisbane, located at the foot of Mount Coot-tha and nine km south-west of central Brisbane. It is immediately west of Indooroopilly and the Western Freeway/Centenary Highway.Chapel Hill is currently undergoing a ‘major suburban renovation’, with many of the original houses (built in the 1970s to 1990s) being demolished or renovated to make way for newer houses, or lot divisions. Currently, there are no apartment buildings in Chapel Hill. Now recent boom in House prices made Chapel Hill is one of the hottest Suburb. Chapel Hill has a large amount of bushland in and around the suburb including Mount Coot-tha.

Three streams descend through Chapel Hill and the moist gullies were used for timber cutting and dairying from the 1860s. The nearest main settlement was Indooroopilly, from where Moggill Road ran toward Ipswich. In 1873 the local farming community opened a Primitive Methodist church on Moggill Road, and their chapel gave the place its name. Chapel Hill Road ascends from the church (rebuilt in 1955) to the Mount Coot-tha reserve.

Residential development began in Chapel Hill in the 1950s, the population reaching 4000 in the mid-1970s and 7000 ten years later. There is plentiful greenery, with natural bush on most of the drier slopes. Indooroopilly and Kenmore State primary schools absorbed the teaching load of local children until the Chapel Hill State school opened in 1978. Most shopping is done in Kenmore and Indooroopilly, but there are local centres in Moggill and Fleming Roads, Chapel Hill.

There are linear parks along the creeks, particularly the western one, Cubberla Creek, ending with a large recreation reserve south of Moggill Road. Nearby, the former Alkira Boys’ Home has been turned into a Salvation Army retirement village.

By road, Moggill Road is the major road through Chapel Hill connecting it to the suburbs of Indooroopilly to the east, and Kenmore to the west. The Western Freeway allows quick access to the suburb from around Brisbane. There are also the four bus routes, the 425, the 426, the 427 and the 428 that lead through a major part of Chapel Hill; with the 425 goes into Indooroopilly shopping centre and Toowong Village, continuing into the Brisbane CBD. The 426 is an express bus that only goes through Chapel Hill, and then goes straight to the CBD via the Western Freeway (M5).

There are no major shopping centres in Chapel Hill, but there are two small ones on Moggill Road and Fleming Road.

The only church in Chapel Hill is Chapel hill Uniting Church located on the hill on the corner of Moggill Road and Chapel Hill Road. The church hall was originally a Primitive Methodist chapel built in 1875, and the suburb takes its name from this chapel on the hill. There is a small cemetery beside the church. The Chapel Hill State School hall is sometimes used for numerous events such as local, state and federal elections and weekly church services.

Read more Sourced from Queensland Place and Wikipedia


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