Taringa offers an urban sanctuary with excellent connections to the city, as well as being just minutes to some of Brisbane’s most respected schools.

At the heart of Taringa, a variety of specialty stores line Moggill Road.

Taringa community guide - sign at Taringa Moggill Road

Taringa Train Station with city or university bound transport options by bus are readily available, allowing residents to minimise their commute and spend more time at home with their families.

Taringa’s community vibe

Divided in two by this central hub, residents to the west of Moggill Road embrace a community vibe, with a real ‘locals supporting locals’ mentality.

Taringa community guide - coffee and brunch at Abode cafe in Taringa

Mums and bubs will often be seen brunching at Abode Café, while working professionals might pop into the Hillsdon Grocer for a delicious take-home meal.

Grand family homes of Goldsbrough Road

On this side of Taringa, the popular areas of Goldsbrough Road and Waverley Road enjoy wide, welcoming streets.

Taringa community guide - Houses along Goldsbrough Road in Taringa

While homes along Stanley Terrace boast elevated views with a superior northeast aspect.

Taringa community guide - Brigidine College


To the east of Moggill Road, households fall into the renowned Ironside School catchment zone and children are within walking distance of Indooroopilly State High School, Brigidine College and St Peters College.

Convenience for locals at Gailey’s Fiveways

The established shops of Taringa Fiveways provide an easy pitstop on Gailey Road for busy families.

A convenience store, bakery, butcher, pharmacy and other family run stores, service this area of Taringa – again embracing that community vibe.

Taringa community guide - Brisbane city views from Swann Road in Taringa

Contemporary apartments along Swann Road boast panoramic city views which are popular with downsizers in Taringa.

While traditional unit blocks around Ada Street and Whitmore Street offer an easy going lifestyle for first home buyers and investors.

Taringa community guide - Robertson Park in Taringa

The sprawling parklands of Robertson Park are ideal for dog lovers in Taringa, with plenty of room to throw a ball for furry friends. The park also offers an outdoor gym, children’s playground, picnic tables and basketball court.


Best of Taringa

Community vibe, fresh pastries from King of Cakes, coffee from Abode Café, 12 minutes by train to Central Station, close proximity to schools.

Taringa Kindergartens

Hillsdon Kindergarten, Chatterbox Early Learning Child Care and Montessori Early Education Taringa.


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