SPRING HILL At A Glance
Famous for its hilly nature and generous expanses of green spaces, Spring Hill is an inner-city suburb that is slightly offbeat and full of rich heritage and contrasting architecture. With vibrant Fortitude Valley and Brisbane CBD as neighbours, locals never have to venture too far from home to work and play.
Its central location to the Brisbane CBD, and access to lush public parklands and gardens.
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The heritage-listed Spring Hill Baths is home to Brisbane’s first in-ground swimming pool.
One of Brisbane’s oldest suburbs, Spring Hill is a commercial and residential hub nestled within the boundaries of Brisbane CBD. With its eclectic mix of heritage architecture and access to public green spaces, locals enjoy an inner-city lifestyle with easy access to the vibrant culture of its neighbouring suburbs.
The boundaries are blurred between Spring Hill and Fortitude Valley – both areas share a slightly offbeat, gritty identity. Bustling with small business activity during the week, Spring Hill has started to make its mark on the café scene, with quaint shop fronts scattered throughout its elevated streetscape.
Locals enjoy the area’s close proximity to generous parklands such as Victoria and Bedford Parks and nearby Roma Street Parklands, a popular spot for community events and family picnics.
Gregory Terrace divides the built areas of Spring Hill from the large expanses of green spaces, and is the address of some of Brisbane’s most sought-after schools.
One of the local gems is Spring Hill Baths. This beloved heritage-listed swimming pool provides indoor swimming facilities with a hint of old-school charm.
Spring Hill attracts young professionals who seek an inner-city lifestyle, with the excitement of Fortitude Valley at arm’s length. With its close proximity to the Brisbane medical precinct, the area appeals to medical professionals. Established families and couples lay claim to some of the older properties within the quieter tree-lined streets.
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PARKLANDS AND GARDENS
Although close to bustling Fortitude Valley, Spring Hill boasts large expanses of parklands and green spaces. Victoria Park features a walkway and bike path that links locals to neighbouring Roma Street Parklands and the Brisbane CBD.
SPRING HILL BATHS
Heritage-listed Spring Hill Baths were Brisbane’s first in-ground pool and were built in 1886. The site is now one of the neighbourhood’s most beloved treasures.
An eclectic blend of traditional Queenslander homes, workers’ cottages and terrace houses creates a unique architectural identity in the area.
LOCATION AND NEIGHBOURS
With its close proximity to Brisbane CBD and vibrant Fortitude Valley, locals love Spring Hill’s central location and the easy access to nearby amenities.
Spring Hill is home to some of Brisbane’s oldest properties, featuring houses that date back to the nineteenth century. The area has an eclectic mix of apartments, traditional Queenslanders, terrace houses, workers’ cottages and heritage-listed properties, with keen renovators beginning to make their mark on the older homes.