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Leichhardt – Suburb Profile

Leichhardt is an older suburb 3km from the heart of Ipswich. The suburb’s name is derived from Friedrich Wilhelm Ludwig Leichhardt, an explorer and naturalist from Germany. Leichhardt, a residential suburb, is three km south-west of central Ipswich. It lies immediately west of the Bremer River which was one mile from central Ipswich where it was crossed by Old Toowoomba Road. It was known as One Mile until 1956: One Mile Park on the west side of the Bremer River was reserved in 1925, and had that name until 1930 when it was changed to Leichhardt.

West of One Mile the area was known as Toongarra, now remembered only by the road of that name. Immediately south of Toongarra Road is the Ipswich golf course, and on the golf course’s southern boundary is the Immaculate Heart Catholic primary school (1967).
Several parks and reserves adjoin the Bremer River, including the Finimore Sportsground in Leichhardt Park. Leichhardt is well appointed with sporting facilities, and its shopping centre is near the primary school. Its census population in 2006 was 3074 and the median age of its residents was 30 years, compared with 37 for Australia.

At the 2006 census, the population of Leichhardt was more than 3000 people. Most homes are on larger-than-average blocks with approximately 50 per cent of residents renting. Many houses are traditional older Queenslander or colonial styles and cottages.
The suburb is surrounded by bushland which ensures residents can attain a sense of seclusion even when they are just five minutes from the inner-city. Many of the homes were originally Department of Defence dwellings, built in the 1960s, however the area offers a diverse mix of styles including cottages on well-maintained blocks.Many first-home buyers have shifted into Leichhardt after the federal government’s Building Better Cities Program helped rejuvenate the suburb.

There are a number of primary schools in the area. Many residents find work in the local area but Leichhardt’s proximity to train stations mean commuting to Ipswich and Brisbane is a viable option.

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