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Sunnybank Hills – Suburb Profile

Sunnybank Hills, a residential suburb immediately south of Beenleigh Road, Sunnybank, is 15 km south of central Brisbane.

It was part of the Sunnybank fruit growing and plant nursery area and was named in 1971. By the mid-1970s much of the rural character was being rolled back as new housing was built. Pinelands Plaza shopping centre on Beenleigh Road was opened in 1976, and ten years later Sunnybank Hills Shoppingtown at the far south of the suburb was opened. It has a Pick ‘n Pay store and 75 other shops.

Sunnybank Hills was one of the frontiers of new housing styles; the Suncrest Gardens display centre (1985) had 28 houses open for inspection. As the suburb matured the Brisbane News observed that ‘If you like Queenslanders, Sunnybank Hills is not the place for you.’ Low set brick superseded high set brick styles, each in turn outdone by lavish two storey structures. Residents of East Asian origin constitute 17.4% of Sunnybank Hills’ population, compared with 5.3% for Brisbane generally (2001).

Sunnybank Hills has rail access to central Brisbane, proximity to the Gateway Motorway and travel by Beaudesert Road to the business areas at Rocklea and Archerfield.

In addition to a State primary school (1979) there are State secondary schools in Sunnybank, Calamvale and Runcorn and a Catholic primary school in Sunnybank. Sunnybank Hills’ census populations have been:

This elevated leafy modern suburb is located 14 kilometres south of Brisbane’s central business district. It is also one of Brisbane’s largest suburbs in terms of population.

The suburb has grown significantly over the past 20 years. The catalyst for much of the growth was the construction of the Southeast Freeway to Mains Road during the late 1970s, which resulted in Sunnybank Hills being easily accessible to the Brisbane’s central business district.

Sunnybank Hills’ housing styles tend to be about 25 years old low set and high set brick – as well as timber homes. Ex-housing commission weatherboard post-war homes dating back to the original settlement are also available. There are more modern brick and tile homes in Sunnybank Hills than any other style.

The suburb is serviced by several shopping centres, which include the extensive Sunnybank Hills Shopping Town. Several primary schools and a city council library are some of the other community facilities that also service the suburb.

There are regular Cityexpress services to the Brisbane CBD and the northern portion of the suburb is serviced by the Citytrain rail service at Sunnybank station.

Read more Sourced from Queensland Place

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