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Property Management Gaythorne  (4051)

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Gaythorne – Suburb Profile

Gaythorne is a residential suburb eight km north-west of central Brisbane. Until 2000 it was a locality, comprising the western part of Enoggera. Its northern boundary is Kedron Brook, and its western and eastern boundaries are Prospect Road and the Enoggera Park. From there it runs south-west of Samford Road to the Enoggera Military Camp.

Gaythorne was named after a property owned by Howard Bliss. Until 1923, however, the locality and railway station were named Rifle Range.

Soon after the railway extension (1916) there was scope for an industrial estate at Bellevue Avenue. There were the Gaythorne Ice Works and the Wunderlich asbestos-cement sheet factory. Near the railway station there was the Enoggera Presbyterian church (1915-77). The Rangeview housing estate was put on the market in 1919, and shops later opened near the railway station. The Civic picture theatre was a fondly remembered venue from 1937 until the 1960s. On the south side of Samford Road, Mitchelton, there had been a Light Horse training ground during World War I, and the site was used as an internment camp during World War II. The Gaythorne RSL now occupies part of the site. Gaythorne Bowls Club (1938) is nearby, on the west side of Prospect Road.

North of the Bellevue Road industrial area the Australian Catholic University had its McAuley campus. The site is now a Baptist theological college. The Wunderlich/James Hardie factory was closed in 1983.

Gaythorne’s population (1972 residents in 2006) had a median age of 32 years, compared with 37 for Australia. With proximity to the military camp, 12.7% of its employed residents worked in defence.

Facilities such as hospitals, schools and shops are readily available. Brookside Shopping Centre, which opened in 1972 and is now a landmark in the area, was one of the first retail shopping centres in Brisbane and offers residents a choice of two large supermarkets, Myers, Target and smaller retail chains. Residents are also close to Stafford City Shopping Centre and Westfield Chermside, both with cinema and entertainment outlets.

Numerous private and public schools accommodating both primary and secondary aged children in Gaythorne and neighbouring suburbs including the McAuley Campus of the Australian Catholic University, Mt Maria Senior Catholic College, Mitchelton High and Mitchelton Primary to name a few.

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