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Deagon – Suburb Profile

Deagon, a residential suburb on the Sandgate railway line, is 16 km north of central Brisbane. It is partly separated from Sandgate by a series of lagoons and former water reserves, and is bounded on the south by the Cabbage Tree Creek. William Deagon was the Mayor of Sandgate town council in 1882-84. The railway line was opened in 1882 with the destination of Sandgate uppermost in mind as the beach escape for Brisbanites in the summer. Deagon was chosen by the Sandgate townspeople as the location for its local racecourse, west of the railway station. The site was reserved in 1890, and came into the hands of the Melbourne racing entrepreneur, John Wren, in 1912.

In 1908 the Blackwood housing estate around the railway station was put on the market, but most of the houses on it are post-World War I. In about 1918 an inter-denominational church was opened at the corner of Adams and Blackwood Streets, east of the station. Residents were scattered along Board Street at addresses closer to the station, and there was a store near the church. The post office directory (1949) recorded a steady growth in population: shopping included a cash and carry grocer and three mixed businesses, and there were two nursery owners and a motor garage. The racecourse became a training track in 1941, so numerous trainers lived in Deagon along with a blacksmith.

Sandgate High school was built in Deagon in 1959. Additional local shops were opened in 1990 next to the high school, providing a supermarket and 13 shops at the drive-in Deagon Plaza.

A Queensland Racing training facility, Deagon Racecourse, lies to the north of the suburb. Horse racing in Deagon ceased in 1941, but the racecourse remains a first rate training establishment. The racecourse is set to replace Albion Park for harness and greyhound racing in Brisbane.

The Gateway Arterial Road runs through the western side of the suburb.

The Ching Chung Taoist Temple sits next to the Gateway Arterial Road. It was built at Deagon in 1991. There are three Halls which were built according to Taoist beliefs. The three halls are: The Hall of Three Purities, the Hall of Three Masters and the Hall of the Spiritual Garden. There is also a Memorial Hall of Ancestors.

Deagon has a flat topography with one of its boundaries being Cabbage Tree Creek . The Creek’s catchment is largely urbanised but the Boondall Wetlands, which is separated from Deagon by the Creek, plays an important role in providing essential habitat for a range of birds and animals, including migratory birds, which make their way from the arctic circle. The Boondall Wetlands near Deagon have ecosystems that are fresh as well as areas that are salt water. The smaller reserves such as Brighton and Deagon Wetlands are fresh water only. The Deagon Wetland is an important remnant of tea tree woodland on a 50ha site. Notable bird species include the striped honeyeater and the white-cheeked honeyeater.

Deagon is easily access from Sandgate Road and the Gateway Motorway. Deagon also has a railway line with three stations easily accessed by Deagon residents: North Boondall, Deagon, and Sandgate. Deagon also has a variety of bus services operated by Brisbane Transport and Hornibrook Bus Lines. All public transport services in Deagon are operated under Translink Including school bus services operated by Thompson Bus Lines.

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