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Stafford Heights – Suburb Profile

Stafford Heights is a residential suburb, nine km north of central Brisbane. tafford Heights is bounded by Rode Road in the north, Webster Road, Mawson Street, Bayview Street and Clifford Street in the east, Moree Street, Wilgarning Street, Barokee Street, Barbigal Street and Redwood Street in the south, and Trouts Road in the west. Stafford Heights is named after the neighbouring suburb of Stafford, which was named after a county in Staffordshire, England.A suburb of the 1950s-60s, Stafford Heights was one of the ring of suburbs that followed the development of Chermside and the areas beyond the postwar tram terminuses (Gympie/Hamilton Roads, Chermside and Stafford Road east of Webster Road, Stafford).Settlement of the area dates from the 1860s.

Population was minimal until the late 1800s. More substantial growth took place during the 1920s and 1930s. Significant development occurred during the post-war years, particularly during the 1960s, including public housing construction. The population declined slightly from the early 1990s, a result of little change in dwelling stock and a decline in the average number of persons living in each dwelling.Major features of the area include Grey Gum Park, Broula Park and a number of schools.Stafford Heights has two local State primary schools, Stafford Heights in Redwood Street (1953) and Somerset Hills on Webster Road (1966).

There is a local shopping centre in Rode Road at the Appleby Road corner. Outside the suburb’s boundaries there are more extensive facilities, one or two within walking distance: Flockton Plaza in McDowall, Stafford City shopping centre (1984) and Chermside (1957); and schools at Everton Park (State High) and Kedron (Padna Primary and College, St Anthony’s Primary and Mt Alvernia College, all Catholic).

The area is a mix of established families and retirees, as well as younger first homebuyers such as couples and young families. All groups are well catered for by good shopping and public transport facilities.

 Regular bus routes service residents needing to get to the city and/or neighbouring shopping centres. Enoggera and Alderley rail stations are the closest train transport, within five to 10 minutes’ drive.

Stafford Shopping Centre, Brookside Shopping Centre and Westfield Chermside, as well as Flockton Village and Coles in Everton Park service residents. Suburban Cinema Complexes at Stafford Shopping Centre and Westfield Chermside are also popular with residents.

Walk and bike ways are plentiful but for residents looking for something a bit different the Raven Street Reserve in the neighbouring suburb of Chermside West is close at hand. Picnic and barbeque areas are also available in the local parks.

Stafford Heights is serviced by Stafford Heights Primary School and Somerset Primary School and in neighbouring suburbs, Everton Park High School, Padua College and Stafford Primary School.

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