Peace and quiet in inner-city living
Located only 2km to the southeast of Brisbane City, Woolloongabba and Buranda are easily accessible by train, bus or ferry. Looking over the city from Kangaroo Point Cliffs, this suburb is home to the Brisbane Cricket Ground, also known as the Gabba, a vast sports stadium that hosts professional Aussie Rules football and cricket matches. The famous Princess Alexandra Hospital is also nearby.
Next to Buranda train station is Stones Corner Village, where students can find a great variety of restaurants, cafes and bars paired with a range of clothes, antique and gift stores.
Buranda and Park Road stations nearby mean that it’s easy to get just about anywhere. Buses frequently run throughout the area, and there are also several bicycle paths that travel through Woolloongabba to the City, universities and institutions.
Hear from a student currently living in the neighbourhood to learn why living here is so ideal.
International population with authentic Aussie experience
Hi! I’m Jayden from Malaysia and I have been living in Brisbane CBD for almost a year. Vibrant and bustling, the CBD perfectly encapsulates the crossover between the diverse, international population with authentic Aussie experience. I love the finger-tip convenience, from staple names and local eateries of different cuisines and specialty coffee spots to 5 minutes-interval buses.