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ECLECTIC URBAN LIFESTYLE OF ANNERLEY
Residents of Aspect on Ekibin will enjoy easy walking distance to Ipswich Road’s vibrant dining and shopping precinct inclusive of major supermarkets, diverse local service amenities, rail or bus transport, scenic parklands and excellent schools; with quick access to the M3 and other arterial roads.
Within Reach of Aspect on Ekibin:
Childcare Centres, Private and Public Primary and Secondary Schools including Junction Park State School, Mary Immaculate Catholic co-education Primary School and Our Lady’s College Girls Secondary as well as Yeronga State High School. Easy access to University of Queensland St Lucia campus via the Eleanor Schnonell Bridge built for exclusive use of pedestrians and buses. as well as South Brisbane’s TAFE and Griffith University campuses.
With growth of modern infrastructure and close proximity to Mater Hospital, TAFE and Universities and local commercial business and industries there is diverse and extensive access to job opportunities.
Visit Curtis Stone’s residential cafe, Billy Kart Kitchen, which has pinned Annerley on Brisbane’s food map, with a reliable breakfast menu and hosts Friday night dinners with monthly themed menus. Wander towards the city and you’ll find Box’d Expresso Bar and Cafe O Mai or a quick pick-me-up from Fuel Espresso and Dudley Street Expresso.
Diverse community with the average age of residents being 32 years old.
Buranda and Fairfield Shopping Centre close by, Woolworths or Coles within walking distance as well as an eclectic mix of specialty shops.
Annerley has excellent transport infrastructure and there are 3 major feeder roads into the city along with easy access to trains and buses. There is also direct access to the Clem 7 tunnel which will get you to the other side of the city or airport in minutes. Brisbane city 7 mins drive, 20mins to Brisbane Domestic and International Airport.
Less than 10 mins drive to the Performing Arts and Cultural Hub of South Brisbane – Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA), Queensland Art Gallery, Queensland Museum, Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Brisbane Exhibition and Convention Centre as well as numerous local community centres and sporting activities.
A multitude of parks with excellent sporting, playground and picnic facilities including Ekibin Park South Eric Crescent Park, Hefferan Park, Lagonda Street Park, Mackenzie Place Road and Vallely Street Park.