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Coalfalls – Suburb Profile

Coalfalls, a residential suburb, is bounded on its north and west by the Bremer River and is two km north-west of central Ipswich.

In common with neighbouring Woodend the area was subdivided in the late 1840s, and an example of early slab construction and a later addition (1860) is ‘Inglemere’ 110 Williams Street. It was another house, however, which gave the suburb its name. The Blair family built ‘Coalfalls’ some way east at 43 Williams Street on a deep block running down to the river. Sir James Blair, politician and judge was later remembered by the Blair State School (1917) in neighbouring Sadliers Crossing. It is thought that ‘Coalfalls’ was inspired by coal seams visible on the river bank.

Coalfalls has several north-south ridges running up to Williams Street. Harlin Road is designated a heritage housing precinct, with several large dwellings taking advantage of the ridge-line position. The group at the Macrae Street corner consists of elegantly decorated timber Queenslanders. Another elevated street, Rowland Terrace to the west, is an unusual precinct for having workers’ houses instead of the usual middle or upper-class dwellings found in such positions.

Coalfalls has a mix of commercial and residential areas that are geographically separate. The suburb is popular with personnel and their families who work at the Amberley RAAF Airforce Base. Other businesses include a shopping precinct and some private enterprises. The semi-rural and fairly sparsely populated suburb is affordable and is therefore attractive to first home buyers, particularly those who work in Brisbane or Ipswich.

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