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Pinjarra Hills – Suburb Profile

Pinjarra Hills is a small outlying rural acreage community 15 km south-west of Brisbane’s CBD located on the north-western shore of the Brisbane River. Like it’s neighbouring suburbs Anstead and Pullenvale, Pinjarra Hills is predominantly made up of acreage properties.

Pinjarra Hills is bounded by Haven Road and the locality of Brookfield in the north, Moggill Creek and the Brisbane River in the east, Pullen Pullen Creek and Boyle Road in the south, and the localities of Anstead and Kholo in the west. Pullenvale is named after Pullen Pullen Creek, which was thought to be named from an Aboriginal word meaning “fighting ground”. Pinjarra Hills is named after Pinjarra Road.

Making up approximately half of the suburbs area, the University of Queensland Moggill Farm campus is the only educational facility in the suburb whilst Pullenvale and Moggill primary are within five kilometres’ driving distance. The closest secondary schools are located in Kenmore or Indooroopilly.

The Bellbowrie Plaza Shopping Centre services the Pinjarra Hills community’s retail requirements, and the Bellbowrie public swimming pool provides a community attraction during the summer months.

Home to a number of large prestigious homes on with landscaped gardens, housing styles vary with some modern brick and tile low set and high set examples, as well as some Queenslander-style homes with sweeping balconies.

Settlement of the area dates from the 1840s, with land used mainly for timber-getting, crop farming and dairy farming. Growth took place in the 1870s. The most significant development occurred from the 1970s. The population has increased substantially since the early 1990s, a result of new dwellings being added to the area.

Major features of the area include University of Queensland (Veterinary Science Farm), CSIRO Queensland Centre for Advanced Technologies, Pullenvale Hall, Moggill Pony Club, Pullenvale Forest Park and two schools.

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