Grange is an inner-northern rocketing pocket of Brisbane that is becoming increasingly popular for Brisbane families because it offers an idyllic combination of tranquillity and modern convenience. Situated only five kilometres from the city it has more than its fair share of parklands and community amenities. Brisbane families love living in Grange for its easy access to the city, Kedron Brook, the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital and all the best schools.

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Quality Schools

Families in Grange have an array of top government and private schools to choose from in their area:

  • Wilston State School
  • Newmarket State School
  • Stafford State School
  • Windsor State School
  • Kedron State High School
  • Kelvin Grove State High School
  • St Columba’s Primary School
  • Padua College
  • Mt Alvernia College
Grange Bowls Club – a favourite community venue for events and bowls

Homes of Grange

Traditional character Queenslander homes on beautiful streets surrounded by expanses of green space is what draws residents into Grange and keeps them here. Homes sitting high on the hill enjoy city views and are prime Brisbane real estate. Pockets of post-war homes exist in Grange and new high-end builds are also appearing. Units are rare but there are some townhouses.

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Lanham Park – a beautiful park situated behind Grange Library popular with local Grange families

Why We Love Grange

As our Grange suburb profile proves, Grange is becoming one of Brisbane’s most sought-after suburbs. Here is a list of the top reasons why we love it so much:

  • It’s proximity and easy access to the Kedron Brook corridor is one of the main bonuses of living in Grange. Having this natural beauty on your doorstep provides endless opportunities for outdoor leisure activities that is so integral when living in Brisbane. On weekends locals can be found walking and biking around the trail that follows Kedron Brook or picnicking in Grange Forest Park. There is no shortage of beautiful outdoor space for those lucky enough to call Grange home.
  • Green spaces are everywhere in this suburb. In fact, 20% of Grange is covered in parkland. Could you think of a better place to raise a family or live in than in a green haven like this? Grange Forest Park, Emerson Park, and Lanham Park are a few choice spaces.
  • Grange is a vibrant community and all the action is centred around Lanham Park where you will find Grange Bowls Club, Grange Library, Grange Thistle soccer facility and Wilston Grange Kindergarten. Birthday parties, catch-ups, food trucks and jumping castles are all part of the weekend scene in this part of Grange.
  • Leafy with beautiful character homes surrounded by a brook and parkland, Grange has it all including a range of excellent state and private schools nearby.
  • Grange locals don’t have to travel far for their coffee and gin fixes. Much-loved Grange cafes and bars include Huskk Cafe, Paddock Espresso, Quincy’s Underground Bar and Cafe and Brew Master’s. A hop, skip and a jump away is Wilston Village where even more options abound.
  • The commute time to the city, airport and hospital is very quick. Numerous bus lines service the area and Grange has easy access to all major arterial roads and tunnels. Commuters also have easy access to nearby Wilston train station.

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If you loved our Grange suburb profile, check out our suburb profiles for neighbouring suburbs, Wilston, Windsor, and Alderley.