BARDON At A Glance
With classic Queensland homes and leafy green streets Bardon is a charming retreat with a genuine community vibe. Nestled in the foothills of Mount Coot-tha, this quiet suburb makes the most of its hilly setting and boasts a peaceful village feel in close proximity to the hot spots of the inner city.
The warm community atmosphere and leafy green streetscape.
The charming Rainworth General Store is the pick of the bunch when it comes to top coffee and nourishing bites.
In the early 1900s the suburb was deemed too steep for horse drawn trams, so electric trams were established as a primary means of transport.
On the outskirts of some of Brisbane’s most sought after suburbs in the west, Bardon is a true gem if you’re looking for a community-centric lifestyle.
Quaint cafés, mouth-watering patisseries and local businesses cluster around Bardon’s numerous parks, fostering lots of local activity.
Nearby Mount Coot-tha provides a vast hilly backdrop to the area. Many of the favourite local walking trails through the area start from the Bardon parklands.
Bardon is the perfect complement to its neighbours Red Hill and Paddington. Locals love the quiet atmosphere and family-orientated lifestyle that the neighbourhood offers, while still having hotspots nearby for a bit of excitement.
The quiet nature of Bardon attracts young families and maturing couples that are looking to escape the bustle of the inner-city suburbs, while enjoying the vibrant café culture of neighbouring suburbs Paddington and Red Hill.The quiet nature of Bardon attracts young families and maturing couples that are looking to escape the bustle of the inner-city suburbs, while enjoying the vibrant café culture of neighbouring suburbs Paddington and Red Hill.
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THE BARDON LIFESTYLE
The community-centric and relaxed vibe of Bardon, beautiful traditional homes on generous blocks, quaint local cafés and densely tree-lined streets.
PARKS AND NATURE RESERVES
You can’t go far in Bardon without passing a strip of lush greenery – a nature reserve, a family park and playground or expanses of bushland and walking trails.
PROXIMITY TO MT COOT-THA
Known for its vast range of beautiful trail walks, Bardon locals love being in the foothills of popular attraction Mount Coot-tha.
The local architecture consists mostly of stand-alone traditional Queensland homes with a small offering of modern houses and units. Locals love this hilly neighbourhood for its nature-intensive, private pockets of land in close proximity to community parks and nature reserves.