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Family life meets city convenience in Toowong

Family life meets city convenience in Toowong

A happening locality, Toowong is a blend of family centric neighbourhoods and inner-city living.

Young families enjoy the peaceful streets of Toowong, which have amazing neighbours, parks on their doorstep and the ability to enjoy a gentle stroll to the West Toowong Bowls Club.

Toowong community guide - Nowhere espresso and the General Store

Tucked away in Vera Street, the community garden brings together locals of all ages, while Nowhere Espresso on Bent Street is the go-to spot for coffee. Around this area of west Toowong, residents enjoy larger blocks of land, leafy and quiet streets, and are greeted by other young families.

Families seek proximity to QASMT

The Queensland Academy for Science, Mathematics and Technology (QASMT) is another major drawcard for Toowong. Many families move to the area so their children can complete their higher school education at this prestigious academy.

Toowong community guide - QASMT

Toowong State School, Brisbane Boys’ College, St Ignatius School and Stuartholme School are also highly regarded within the community of Toowong.

Toowong’s highly walkable central district

For those looking for an inner-city lifestyle, the streets of Ascog Terrace, Sherwood Road and the surrounding areas offer an urban bliss in a convenient locale.

The highly walkable location is incredibly accessible to the CBD, with Toowong Train Station, Toowong Village and an array of vibrant eateries within minutes of home.

Toowong community guide - Sherwood Road is walking distance to Toowong Village

 

Development of the $450 million dollar Toowong Town Centre is piquing the interest of buyers looking to move to Toowong. The approved project will be a mix of residential apartments and retail stores including a fresh food market, outdoor dining precinct, cinema and green space.

Active commute to the City

Locals in Toowong can also take advantage of a variety of active commute options. The dedicated bikeway from Sylvan Road into the City is frequented by many each day, while others choose to walk along the Brisbane Riverwalk or catch the ferry from the Regatta to the City.

Toowong community guide - Toowong bicentenial way

Toowong also caters for nature lovers with Mt Coot-tha right on its doorstep. Great walking trails, cycling routes, botanical gardens and barbeque facilities are available, plus the Brisbane Planetarium is a fun day out for the whole family.

 

Best of Toowong

Buzzing restaurant and café scene, sunset picnic at Mt Coot-tha lookout, brunch at Corner Store Café, family-centric neighbourhoods, abundance of parks and bikeways, proximity to leading schools.

Toowong Schools

Queensland Academy for Science, Mathematics and Technology, Brisbane Boy’s College, Toowong State Primary School, St Ignatius School, Stuartholme School.

 

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