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Property Management Bethania  (4205)

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

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Bethania- Suburb Profile

Bethania, a residential suburb with a hobby farm area on the locality once known as German Pocket, is located 25 km south-east of central Brisbane. Once in the Gold Coast City local government area, Bethania was transferred to Logan City in 2008. Bethania was founded by Germans during the 19th century and is home to many different nationalities. By 1866 a small township had developed.

Located west of Beenleigh and surrounded by the Logan River, Bethania is an older suburb that features brick homes. The suburb is located on flat river plans and is also home to a more exclusive area called Bethania Waters.

Located in the growth corridor between Brisbane and the Gold Coast, Bethania has experienced strong price growth over recent years.The most significant employment opportunities can be found at nearby Beenleigh, but many people commute from Bethania to Brisbane or the Gold Coast by either road or rail.

There is one primary school located in Bethania, with another located in nearby Eden’s Landing. There are retail precincts in Beenleigh and Waterford West. Bethania has a community hall and an aquatic centre in Nofke Park on Station Road, seven aged persons villages/facilities (including Palm Lake and a former caravan park).

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