HAMILTON At A Glance
Known for it’s highly sought after location and picturesque river views, Hamilton has a perfect blend of community vibes, heritage aesthetics and entertainment culture. Historically identified for it’s top-tier villas and large estates, Hamilton oozes suburban charm that keeps the locals loyal to this appealing riverside neighbourhood.
Being adjacent to the Brisbane River, and the Portside Wharf food and entertainment precinct.
The Eat Street Markets are a perfect way to spend a Friday night - a place to devour tasty treats and soak up the twilight atmosphere.
Hamilton ferry terminal Brett’s Wharf played a key role for ferry crossings to nearby Bulimba during World War II.
If you’re looking for a perfect balance between thriving cultural activity and peaceful living, then Hamilton wins hands down. With its divine historic housing with established grounds, the area boasts a lush lifestyle and community-centric charm – all in close proximity to the CBD and Brisbane Airport.
The Portside Wharf not only serves as Brisbane’s terminal for large luxury cruise ships, but is it also popular amongst Brisbane locals for its thriving food culture. The Portside Wharf precinct is brimming with cafés, restaurants and boutiques, all clustered in waterfront apartment buildings. Hamilton is at its culinary peak during the weekly Eat Street Markets, providing a much-loved blend of international food, local brews, art, craft and live music.
Racecourse Road links Hamilton to the popular nearby suburb of Clayfield and is the main retail and commercial hub of Hamilton. Buzzing with activity, this strip of cafés, restaurants and boutiques is loved by the locals.
Ferries provide a scenic mode of travel in Brisbane and CityCats depart from Brett’s Wharf and take passengers to the city or to the outer western and eastern suburbs.
This waterside neighbourhood delivers on all fronts.
Hamilton is home to a combination of young professionals, established couples and families, all of whom love living in close proximity to the city and the well-known racecourses Eagle Farm and Albion Park – Hamilton is renowned as home base for the racing community.
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EAT STREET MARKETS
With an eclectic mix of pop up stalls, food trucks and shipping container bars, these rustic markets showcase an abundance of local and international culinary treats.
With direct access to the Brisbane airport by road and easy access to the CBD by ferry, Hamilton’s locality sets it apart from the other inner northern suburbs.
FOOD AND SHOPPING CULTURE
Hamilton’s quaint cafés and international restaurants along Racecourse Road and in the Portside Wharf precinct offer generous and diverse food choices.
With large traditional homes on generous-sized blocks, low-lying unit complexes and new luxury high-rise waterfront apartments, Hamilton boasts a diverse range of properties including several heritage-listed homes in the leafy back streets. Its riverside location provides the locals with picturesque water views, particularly those who are lucky enough to be in an elevated position on the suburb’s undulating streets or in an upper-level apartment.