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

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Tarragindi – Suburb Profile

It is often said Brisbane is a city divided by its river: you either live ‘north’ or ‘south’ of the Brisbane River. If you’re a ‘northsider’, you may never have been to Tarragindi. Don’t be misled by its low profile though, Tarragindi is by no means an inward looking or parochial suburb; in fact, it’s the opposite. Tucked away between Ipswich Road and the Pacific Motorway, adjoining the Toohey State Forrest, Tarragindi has a distinct egalitarian feel, where neat Queenslanders and post-war homes create a warm, welcoming atmosphere for those who choose it as their home.

Tarragindi is a residential suburb approximately 7kms south of the Brisbane CBD. Parts of Tarragindi lie in a leafy valley surrounded to the east by Wellers Hill, and Tarragindi Hill to the west. Some of the loftier, more elegant residences command stunning views of the Brisbane CBD. When viewed in the afternoon sun or twilight hours, these views are nothing short of breathtaking.

Tarragindi’s distinct egalitarian feel is not surprising when you consider its history. By the time the Second World War arrived, Brisbane’s population was creeping north and south, including to Tarragindi, at this stage serviced by the Ipswich Road tram that terminated at Salisbury. In the decades following the war, many parts of Brisbane underwent significant suburbanization. Tarragindi, tucked away on the wooded hills south of Brisbane CBD, became popular for its relatively cheap postwar housing.

While many of theses postwar houses remain, the leafy boulevards and wide, friendly streets of Tarragindi are popular with families. It has been reported that Tarragindi has one of the lowest rental to owner-occupied home ratios in Brisbane.

Tarragindi is home to quality schools including Wellers Hill Primary School, and St Elizabeth’s Catholic Primary School. Tarragindi is also close to the Nathan and Griffith campuses of Griffith University, and the Toohey State Forrest, a picturesque recreational park popular with bushwalkers and mountain-bike riders.

The creation of the South East Freeway made travel between Tarragindi and the Brisbane CBD faster, and indeed provides easy access to the Gold Coast to the south.

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