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Nathan – Suburb Profile

Nathan, a suburb comprised mostly of Toohey Forest Park, the Mt Gravatt cemetery and a campus of Griffith University (1975), is 10 km south of central Brisbane. Its residential parts are a small estate on the western boundary and student accommodation on campus. The suburb was one of three around Mt Gravatt named after Queensland governors. Sir Matthew Nathan was Governor of Queensland from 1920 to 1926 and Chancellor of the University of Queensland (1922-26), gaining considerable public approval.

Most of Nathan – when Mt Gravatt – was reserved for public purposes: the Mt Gravatt Cemetery (1918), which included the sites later detached for the university campus and Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Sporting Centre, and the Toohey Forest Park (1938). The forest park was purchased by the Brisbane City Council from the descendents of James Toohey (1927-83), a settler who acquired large areas of land from Tarragindi to Mt Gravatt between 1865 and 1872.

The suburb of Nathan was named in 1967, two years after the Queensland Government decided on a new university in the cemetery reserve and in the year when the proposed university was named Griffith. Later, to no avail, the university sought a change of name of the suburb to Griffith. The campus opened in 1975. In 1982 the Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee sports stadium was built on another site detached from the cemetery reserve, and it was opened for the twelfth Commonwealth Games.

Nathan is home to Toohey Forest Conservation Park, Griffith University’s Nathan campus and the Queensland Sport and Athletics Centre which hosted the opening ceremony of the 1982 Commonwealth Games. The Queensland Academy of Sport currently uses the facilities located at the stadium. The Mount Gravatt Cemetery is part of Nathan.

It is a culturally diverse suburb, with nearly 30% more overseas-born residents (27.57%) than the Brisbane average (21.03%). Although populated by local Aborigines until the 1940s, less than 1% of residents are indigenous Australians today.

With just 1,549 residents, Nathan remains sparsely populated, with much of the park and university campus being filled with eucalypt forest, grass trees, banksia and leptospermum. Local fauna include tawny frogmouths, powerful owl, hoary bats, sugar gliders, greater gliders, squirrel gliders, flying foxes and possums.

Read more Sourced from Queensland Place and Wikipedia

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