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Bald Hills – Suburb Profile

Bald Hills, an outlying northern suburb near the South Pine River, is 20 km north of central Brisbane.

The name was an obvious description of the elevated grassed rises visible among the scrub along the South Pine River, although other sources mention a distant view of a rounded profile of the D’Aguilar Range.

Bald Hills was settled by Scots families in 1857 who within six years built a Presbyterian church of simple slab construction. Two of the earliest families, the Stewarts and Duncans, cleared the surrounding slopes of the native hoop pine and established mixed farming enterprises. Another prominent family, the Carseldines, were of the Methodist faith. They opened the first store in Bald Hills (1869), donated land for a Methodist church (1870) and are remembered by the adjoining southern suburb named in 1975.

A year after the Bald Hills post office was opened in 1871 Cobb and Co began a regular coach and mail service. Seventeen years later the North Coast railway began operation, putting Bald Hills within easier reach of Brisbane. Maize, potatoes and local sugar productions in the river scrub were supplanted by dairying. The Railway Hotel (1886) catered for travellers and the Nundah local government division opened its offices at Bald Hills. (The division had lost its built-up area in the east to the Toombul division, formed in 1883).

By the early 1900s Bald Hills’ population was around 500, and growing. The old Presbyterian church was replaced in 1911, the old school (1866) in 1913 and a telephone service was installed.

There was a prospect of additional population from soldier settlement farms in the 1920s, but most were unsuccessful because of the small size of the holdings. More enduring was a new memorial hall (1921) built from materials recovered from the first school of arts (1913). A Catholic church opened in 1927.

Bald Hills retained its rural character until the late 1950s. The Post Office directory in 1949 recorded dairy, fruit growing and poultry farmers, two motor garages, a butcher and three stores. Bald Hills’ commercial centre had declined in the 1880s-90s, and its slow recovery simply reused the existing vacated premises. Not much was replaced, and the original village persists to the present day.

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