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Property Management Raceview  (4305)

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Raceview – Suburb Profile

Raceview, a partially developed residential suburb (2008), is four km south-east of central Ipswich. It is thought that the name came about from an early racecourse (c1850) near Grange Road, Silkstone, about one km north of Raceview. The course lasted for about 25 years, when the local jockey club moved to the Bundamba racecourse.

A primary school was opened in 1901 for families mostly involved in farming, quarries and the Aberdere Extended No1 Colliery (1909) on the eastern edge of Raceview near Bundamba Creek. The mine ruins are visible from Owen Street. On the other side of Raceview, near the Ipswich Cemetery, American armed forces in World War II established a war cemetery. The remains were shipped home in 1947, and part of the vacant site became Manson Park in Cemetery Road. Further afield and later in the postwar years, a drive-in theatre was opened in Cascade Street. A kilometre east the Bethany Lutheran Church and primary school (1982) were opened, and the drive-in was replaced by a retirement village. A shopping centre was opened in Raceview Street, north of Bethany Church.

There is easy access to the Cunningham Highway which makes Raceview and the surrounding areas particularly attractive to people commuting to Brisbane for work. The area is home to two primary schools and a number of parks, which also have good walking tracks. Raceview is also home to a block of shops and a post office. There are industrial employment opportunities in the surrounding suburbs. People interested in buying a home at an affordable price have been attracted to Raceview with a number of professionals also shifting to the area.

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