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Wynnum West – Suburb Profile

Wynnum West, a post World War II suburb, is 13 km east of central Brisbane. It was gazetted as a separate suburb in 1975. The railway line to Wynnum runs in a northerly loop through Lindum and Wynnum North, leaving Wynnum West adrift from rail transport. Lindum is now included in Wynnum West.

When the Wynnum West primary school opened in 1922 its 57 pupils came mostly from rural families. Thirty-five years later, when the Catholic Church started Iona College next to the Lindum State school, its first intake was taught in an old farmhouse set in 32 acres of farm land.

The post office directory in 1949 listed a few businesses in Wynnum West: two grocers, a joinery works, a mixed business and the Rex Service Station. In Lindum there were a couple of dairies and poultry farms, and a Baptist church. With the growth of the Wynnum district’s population, it has become the main centre for the Baptist community. Another example of decentralisation to Wynnum West arose from the limits on retail growth in Wynnum Central, and Wynnum Plaza (opposite Wynnum West school) was opened in 1980. It has a discount department store, two supermarkets and nearly 60 other shops.

People started to settle the from the 1860. Farming and viticulture was the main use of the land. During the 1880s and 1890s population was minimal, it wasn’t until the post-war years that significant development happened. Areas of interest are Wynnum Plaza Shopping Centre, Bayside BMX Club, Bayside Heritage Train Park, Durrington Park, Edward Kelk Park, Iona College and a number of other schools.

The Wynnum Plaza, the major shopping centre within the bayside area, is in Wynnum West. It contains Woolworths, Coles, Kmart, Fitness First, Dan Murphy’s and 59 specialty stores.

Wynnum West’s census populations have been:

The suburb has access to all the major supermarket and retail chains; there is also Manly Harbour Shopping Village and street shopping available. Local shopping villages and nurseries are also plentiful in the area. In neighbouring suburbs, Capalaba Shopping Centre and Carindale are within 10 to 15 minutes.

The area comes alive during the summer months with plenty of bike and walk ways, a community swimming pool and a well-maintained seawater wading pool, as well as many outdoor activities such as canoeing, rollerblading, and biking (all available for hire).

With very little land remaining, renovation of older homes and cottages are becoming more popular with homebuyers wanting the bayside lifestyle.

Read more Sourced from Queensland Place and REIQ

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