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Gailes – Suburb Profile

Gailes is a residential suburb on the Ipswich motorway, immediately south of Wacol and 15 km east of central Ipswich.

An outlying area of Goodna, Gailes was the location for the Goodna racecourse and the Goodna golf course (1924). Before the golf club was established, there was a railway station (Brisbane-Ipswich line) and the area was known as Pullen Pullen Flats. The station was named Dingo Hill in 1919. Neither name was well regarded, and golf-club interests suggested Gailes, inspired by the Western Gailes golf course in Scotland. The name was given to the station in 1925 and to the golf course ten years later.

The suburb comprised two parts: the golf course and part of Wacol north of the municipal boundary, in Brisbane; and the residential part south of the boundary, in Ipswich. In about 1986 the suburb was taken back to the municipal boundary, putting the Gailes golf club and railway station in Wacol and all of Gailes in Ipswich City. Gailes is located in the northeastern parts of Ipswich and is one of the shire’s closest suburbs to Brisbane and Logan, making it an attractive option for commuters.

As it does in other suburbs of Ipswich, the Brisbane River runs through Gailes and coupled with the area’s abundance of Queenslanders has made the suburb increasingly desirable. There a number of 1920s-era Queenslanders to be found in Gailes – many ripe for renovation and on large blocks. Affordable brick and tile homes are also available. Future residential development is a certainty in the area after the Southeast Queensland regional plan identified the shire as a growth spot going forward. There are a number of parks available in the area with nearby Goodna also providing a boat ramp for the Brisbane River Canoe Trail.

The massive nearby Redbank Plaza is the place where most Gailes’ residents head to do their weekly grocery shopping. There is a large number of primary and secondary schools in the area. Employment opportunities can be found in the surrounding area, however given its close proximity to trains and the Ipswich Motorway many residents commute.

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