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Pure Rentals Property Management Basin Pocket is a specialist in property management and is looking for more Investment Properties in Basin Pocket and surrounding suburbs.

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Basin Pocket – Suburb Profile

Basin Pocket derives its name from “The Basin”, the name given to the section of the Bremer River that was artificially widened. The suburb is extremely affordable making it a popular locale for young couples and families looking to get into the property market. The Riverside suburb is close to a wide range of schools – both primary and high – and a short drive from the Bremer Institute of TAFE. Housing is a mixture of old cottages, modern homes and traditional Queenslanders.

Riverside Basin Pocket is an attractive inner-city suburb of Ipswich and is also one of the oldest parts of the shire.Located on the bend of the Bremer River, Basin Pocket’s working class history is now becoming a thing of the past with many of the area’s homes being renovated. Among Basin Pocket’s mix of older Queenslanders, weatherboard cottages and brick homes – all ripe for renovation – a number of new houses have also appeared. Basin Pocket’s close proximity to central Ipswich means it is an ideal spot for anyone working in the shire’s centre. Parks and recreational centres are available throughout the area with many of the parks offering playgrounds and free barbecues to use. Booval Fair is the largest shopping centre in the area. There is strong demand for apprentices and tradesmen in the area, however, many of Basin Pocket’s residents commute to Brisbane or surrounding areas for work. There are a large number of primary and secondary schools in the area, as well as the Bremer Institute of TAFE.

Residents of Basin Pocket were mostly working class families whose living came from the East Ipswich Woollen mill or by crossing the river by ferry to the North Ipswich Railway workshops. The ferry departed from the end of Davidson Street, and the low-set ferry operator’s cottage is at 36 Davidson Street.
Most housing reflects blue-collar or working-class origins, mainly high-set, single storey weatherboard dwellings. The main thoroughfare is Blackhall Street, where the East Ipswich Honour Hall (c1920) was erected at number 64. The trustees later sold the hall to the East Ipswich Model Band, a local group begun in 1906. It is known as the H.J. Harper Band Hall, named after Horace Harper, a long time conductor.

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