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Robertson – Suburb Profile

Robertson, a residential suburb, adjoins Coopers Plains and Sunnybank and is 12 km south-east of central Brisbane. It is associated with the suburbs around Mount Gravatt named after Queensland public figures, such as MacGregor.

It was officially named in July 1967 in memory of Doctor William Nathaniel Robertson who was a member of the University of Queensland Senate. It is one of several suburbs near the University of Queensland that are linked to the history of the University. including those of Robertson, Macgregor, and Griffith.

Robertson was named in 1967 after Dr William Robertson (1866-1938), Vice Chancellor of the University of Queensland, 1926-38. He was also a foundation member of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons.

In the mid-1960s Robertson was the unsubdivided southern part of Sunnybank, defined by Musgrave Road and a drive-in picture theatre at the corner of Musgrave and Troughton Roads. A shopping centre, Sunnybank Plaza, was opened in 1975 at the south-east corner of Robertson, and a State primary school in the middle of the suburb was opened in 1980. The population grew more than threefold to over 3000 between 1976 and 1986 as the Nathan campus of Griffith University (1975) developed. The primary school’s enrolment topped 600 in 2002.

Sunnybank Plaza was refurbished and enlarged in 1989 and 1995, growing to 30,000 sq metres, with a Kmart, supermarkets, cinemas and 122 other shops.

Elementary education is provided by Robertson State Primary School which opened in 1980 with 124 students. The Robertson State Preschool Centre opened two weeks later with an initial enrolment of 26.The school was officially opened by the Minister for Education, V.J. Bird, and by 1987 it had 600 students on roll.

Robertson’s census populations have been:


1976         945

1981         2,434

1991         3,815

2001         4,309

2006         4,751

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