CLAYFIELD At A Glance
A neighbourhood where the local providores know you by name and the ice cream truck tours the streets weekly, Clayfield encompasses the best of Queensland suburban living. Situated in close proximity to highly sought-after schools, and replete with beautiful heritage homes and generous green spaces, it’s easy to see why Clayfield is one of the favourite parts of the north side of Brisbane.
The tree-lined streets, spacious properties and established gardens
A regular morning stop for many, the Milk and Froth café at the Clayfield Markets is loved for its first-rate brews.
The suburb is named after the clay found in the area, which was historically used to make bricks for the neighbouring suburbs.
A quiet retreat from its nearby inner-city neighbours Clayfield’s tree-lined streets and multi-use green spaces offer peace and quiet and a community-centric environment.
Clayfield’s heritage-listed homes, generous property sizes and lush gardens exude prestige and beauty. The suburb’s large residential blocks are adjacent to highly sought-after inner-city schools.
Located between the Brisbane CBD and the airport and with the popular hubs of New Farm and Teneriffe at arm’s length, locals love the convenience that Clayfield brings when it comes to commuting around Brisbane.
The Kalinga Parklands wrap along nearby Kedron Brook creek, creating a local hot spot that attracts the local fitness and dog-walking crowd.
Amongst the serenity, there are still several pockets humming with activity, with locals typically gravitating to their favourite coffee spots. There is plenty to offer along Sandgate Road when it comes to cafés and restaurants, which complement the relaxed and welcoming suburban vibe of Clayfield.
Locals love the area for its great mix of young and established families, couples, professionals and retirees. Residents are drawn to Clayfield’s generous green properties and it’s family-centric community vibe.
Families associated with the local racing community are attracted to the area for its close proximity to Eagle Farm and Albion Park racecourses.
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Clayfield’s streets boast a blend of traditional Queenslander homes and large heritage properties, located on generous blocks with lush green gardens.
With large expanses of grassed areas, barbeque facilities and a children’s playground, heritage-listed Kalinga Park provides locals with a go-to weekend destination with lots of community charm.
Within the quiet suburban streets of Clayfield you’ll find small and quaint coffee shops with premium coffee on offer, typically housed in repurposed homes or boutique shop fronts.
There are traditional Queenslander timber houses, Spanish mission-style properties and large heritage-listed properties with lush green spaces in Clayfield.