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Fitzgibbon – Suburb Profile

Fitzgibbon is a suburb shaped like an inverted triangle, 16.3 km north of central Brisbane. Its boundaries are the North Coast railway line (Carseldine), Bracken Ridge to the north and Cabbage Tree Creek to the east. TThe suburb is one of the smallest suburbs in Brisbane and was named after Abraham Fitzgibbon, Chief Engineer and later Commissioner of the Queensland Railways (1863-64). Before being named, Fitzgibbon was part of Zillmere North.

It is a family-oriented suburb, Fitzgibbon is made up predominantly of single unit dwellings (houses) with a few unit/townhouse developments mixed in.
Affordable and modern housing make the area attractive to first homebuyers taking advantage of the First Home Owners Grant.

The suburb is roughly triangular in shape, and is bounded by the North Coast railway, Cabbage Tree Creek, and Telegraph Road. It is a rather new residential area, having been mostly subdivided in the 1980s and 1990s.

Settlement has occurred on the eastern side of Fitzgibbon, adjoining Cabbage Tree Creek. On the northern boundary there is a large public reserve, including the Bob Brown sports area and a number of walking trails. In the south, near Carseldine railway station, there are retirement villages, a golf course and the Golden Downs relocatable homes park.

With a mix of housing styles, including low set brick homes, Fitzgibbon’s price growth has remained steady.The suburban lifestyle attracts young and established families and the affordable rates make Fitzgibbon popular among renters.

Families in the area are well serviced for with a number of schools in and around Fitzgibbon catering to both primary and secondary school children. Also close is Northpoint Institute of TAFE in Bracken Ridge and the Carseldine campus of the Queensland University of Technology.Recreational facilities in the local area include numerous parks, bike and walk ways. Public transport in the area is also good with regular bus routes supplemented by easy access to the Pacific Highway and the Gateway arterial road. Using the Gateway arterial, Brisbane Airport is only a 15 minute drive.Large retail chains and supermarkets are available at Westfield Shoppingtown Toombul and Chermside, both of which are easily accessible by public transport or major roadways. Local shopping villages supplement the larger centres.

Schools and shopping areas are in Taigum and Carseldine, and regional shopping is further afield in Aspley.

Fitzgibbon’s census population in 2006 was 2484.

Read more Sourced from Queensland Places and REIQ


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