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Kenmore Hills – Suburb Profile

Kenmore Hills, a rural/residential and residential suburb, is 11 km south-west of central Brisbane. It was originally part of Kenmore and Brookfield and was gazetted as a suburb in 1969.

Kenmore Hills originally formed part of Brookfield, but in 1975 the name was changed to Kenmore Hills, based on the nearby suburb of Kenmore.

Situated on the foothills of Mount Coot-tha, Kenmore Hills was a timber-cutting area in the 1860s. It was named after Kenmore (for awhile the administrative centre of Moggill Shire), which was named after an 1880s farm property, Kenmore Park.

Kenmore Hills is bounded on the west and south by Gap Creek and Moggill Creek, streams that were used for rafting timber down to Kenmore. Elsewhere there were family farms, whose children could attend Brookfield or Kenmore primary schools, both on Brookfield Road.

At a high point near Brookfield Road, Carver Hill, a boys’ home (St Christopher Lodge) was opened in 1933. In 1959 the Iona retirement village was opened nearby by the Presbyterian Church. Both institutions were in open-air rural settings, similar to the Kenmore Sanitorium a few kilometres away.

Urban facilities arrived in Kenmore, near the boundary with Kenmore Hills, with Kenmore Christian College (1964), Kenmore High school (1972) and Kenmore village shopping centre (1969).

Most of Kenmore Hills is rural/residential, the more developed part lying south of Brookfield Road. There are linear parks along Gap and Moggill Creeks. Kenmore Hills’ census populations have been:

The suburb benefits from easy access to Mt Coot-tha lookout, botanical gardens and the planetarium.

As one of the suburbs developed during the 1950s and 1960s, Kenmore Hills has experienced only mild growth in median house prices during the past five years. However, Kenmore Hills differentiates itself from Kenmore by its higher elevation and this consequently has resulted in higher demand for real estate in this area.

Kenmore Hills is likely to experience strong growth throughout the next decade as demand for near-city living expanded into the suburbs. The suburb should continue to attract interest from those who enjoy access to a variety of facilities but still enjoy leafy urban environments.

Read more Sourced from Queensland Places and REIQ


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