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Upper Kedron – Suburb Profile

Upper Kedron, a developing residential suburb, is 12 km north-west of central Brisbane. It lies along Cedar Creek, a tributary of Kedron Brook, which was named by German Moravian missionaries who settled downstream at Nundah 1838. (Kedron is a valley and river frequently mentioned in Biblical accounts.)

Upper Kedron is bounded by the Moreton Bay Regional Council area, a line running continuous of Upper Kedron Road and Upper Kedron Road in the north, Glengarry Road, Cobalt Street and the Keperra Bushland in the east, the suburb of The Gap, Brompton Road and Mount Nebo Road in the south, and Brisbane Forest Park in the west. Upper Kedron is named after Kedron Brook, which was named after the Biblical stream near Jerusalem.

The hilly, timbered country along the Cedar Creek catchment was settled for timber-cutting and small farms. A provisional school was opened in 1875 to serve both Upper Kedron and Ferny Grove, going by that name until 1940 when Ferny Grove was the better recognised place; it had a railway station (1918) and village facilities on Samford Road.

Urbanisation in the district began on the north side of Kedron Brook in Ferny Hills, Pine Rivers Shire, in the early 1960s, delaying Ferny Grove’s urbanisation until the 1970s-90s. Upper Kedron’s followed, functioning as an outlying suburb to Ferny Grove. There are a public hall, a recreation reserve and an historic cemetery. Upper Kedron extends further south to the State Forest around the Enoggera Reservoir.

Settlement of the area dates from 1880s. Population was minimal until the 1990s. Rapid growth took place from the early 1990s, with the population growing from about 200 in 1991 to over 2,600 in 2006. Most of this growth was from 1996, a result of large numbers of new dwellings being added to the area.

Major features of the area include Hanson Ferny Grove Quarry, Upper Kedron Recreation Reserve and Cedar Creek Cemetery.

Its census populations in 2001 and 2006  have been 1,486 and 2,712 respectively.

Read more Source from Queensland Place and Profile.id.com.au

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