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Property Management Beenleigh  (4207)

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Beenleigh – Suburb Profile

Beenleigh is located approximately 35 kilometres south of Brisbane’s CBD. Originally from Devon, England, the name ‘Beenleigh’ can be traced back to 1864 when the first farm was established in the area. Although once completely separated from Brisbane and the Gold Coast, the advancing urban sprawl has almost engulfed Beenleigh with the highway to Brisbane almost completely developed on both sides.

European settlement in the Beenleigh district began with German Lutheran farmers at Bethania in 1864, on the Logan River, about 6 km north-west of Beenleigh. Within a few years there were also German-speaking farmers in the areas now known as Beenleigh and Waterford. A government survey mapped out a town in 1866 on the present site of Beenleigh. In the same year a Lutheran mission station for Aborigines, Bethesda, opened nearby.

New suburbs were formed around Beenleigh in the 1970s, Eagleby to the east and Mount Warren Park-Windaroo to the south. Beenleigh’s function as a district centre intensified, and its shopping area outgrew the old five-ways town centre; Beenleigh marketplace (discount department store, supermarket, 61 shops) opened in 1999. In 1998 the southern railway returned with the opening of the Gold Coast line from Beenleigh to Robina.

Beenleigh’s northern boundary is the Logan River, where the Gold Coast Council meets Logan City. While Beenleigh’s rural heritage was out of step with Logan’s urban thrust, it was historically part of the Logan landscape. In 2008 Beenleigh was transferred from Gold Coast City to Logan City, unifying the area north of the Albert River, which was ‘essentially residential’. The Beenleigh historical village, with 20 or more buildings transferred there from around the district, retains something of pre-urban days.

Located next to the Pacific Highway and benefiting from a major railway station, Beenleigh attracts many commuters who are willing to travel but choose not to pay the higher housing prices that are achieved closer to the Brisbane CBD

As the commuter belt between Brisbane and the Gold Coast continues to expand, Beenleigh is well poised to gain from a decreasing supply of land in the region and the attraction of living in an area, which still retains a local community spirit.

The area is serviced with a central shopping precinct and the Logan Hyperdome located about five minutes drive north on the Pacific Highway.
Educational facilities in Beenleigh include local primary and high schools, while recreational activities aren’t hard to come by with numerous recreational parks along with the Beenleigh Showgrounds.

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