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Virginia – Suburb Profile

Virginia, a residential suburb, is 11 km north-east of central Brisbane. It is thought that it was named after the American state of Virginia. Originally an area consisting of farm lands and swamp, Virginia is situated on the Downfall Creek which is joined by the Zillman Waterholes stream at Virginia’s eastern boundary. The Downfall Creek swampland is now enclosed by the Virginia Golf Course (1930).

Virginia is bounded by the Zillmere Waterholes and Downfall Creek in the north, a line running continuous of Blinzinger Road, Blinzinger Road and the Shorncliffe railway line in the east, Toombul Road, Saint Vincents Road, Sandgate Road, Maddocks Street, Hulme Street and Burren Street in the south, and Pilliga Street, Borrows Street, Downfall Creek, the North Coast railway line and Bilsen Road in the west. Virginia is thought to be named after the USA State.

Settlement of the area dates from the late 1800s. Brickworks operated in the area from 1888 until the 1970s. Growth took place in the 1920s, and during the post-war years. The population and dwelling stock have been relatively stable since the mid 1990s.

The suburb was named after the Virginia Brick Company, founded in 1897, near the Virginia Railway Station, which the station opened in 1888.One of Brisbane Transport’s bus depots is based in Virginia.Virginia railway station and Bindha railway station provides access to regular Citytrain services to Brisbane and Shorncliffe.

Selectively occupied for farm purposes, Virginia became an identified district with the opening of the North Coast railway line in 1888. Four years later the Virginia Brick company was formed, with its quarry and works west of the railway station. A post office was opened in 1898.

A small village formed around the railway station, with a Presbyterian church (1911) and a primary school (1920) to the west, and a general store and houses near the junction of Toombul and Sandgate Roads on the other side. A School of Arts (1922) was shared with Northgate at the corner of Scott and Ridge Streets. Although there was local employment at the brick and pipe works, the Northgate railway workshops and the fruit cannery near Banyo, residential development was not forced out to Virginia until the late 1950s. Development included several factories along the railway corridor, which by the late 1990s were being redeveloped for other commercial uses.

Virginia has a linear park along Downfall Creek, a recreation reserve and the much larger golf course. Major features of the area include Virginia Golf Club, A.R.C. Hill Park, Warburton Park and one school.

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