ST. LUCIA At A Glance
With its historical charm and lush green surrounds, this educational precinct offers more than just generous campus parklands and sporting grounds. Flanked by the river on three sides, this picturesque suburb attracts all types, creating a bustling atmosphere that oozes suburban charm.
The lush green surrounds and community-centric vibe with a highly sought-after educational precinct.
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The University of Queensland’s campus surrounds the heritage-listed sandstone cloister of the Great Court.
Located on a bend of Brisbane River, St Lucia is one of Brisbane’s oldest and most established suburbs. Within its picturesque setting you'll find extensive parklands, sporting fields and clubs, including the generous St Lucia Golf Links.
With its strong sense of community, St Lucia balances its peaceful nature with University life. St Lucia looks to its neighbours for vibrant nightlife and restaurants, but when it comes to cafés and casual eateries St Lucia more than holds its own.
Renowned for its educational precinct, a large swathe of the suburb is dedicated to the University of Queensland (UQ). The good news for locals is that many of the UQ recreational facilities are open to the public. The university provides well-groomed sporting grounds, parklands, eclectic cafés, bars and local theatre shows.
Locals take advantage of cycling and walking tracks, picnic facilities and lush green grounds. Sporting fields and the local golf course also attract a crowd, with the prestigious Indooroopilly Golf Course just next door.
With the university comes great public transport – bus services and the CityCat Ferry provide links to the nearby CBD, shopping hub Indooroopilly Shopping Mall and adjacent riverside locations.
With its ideal location adjacent to the University of Queensland, students and young professionals make up a large proportion of the suburb. Young families are also drawn to the area for its educational facilities, with older residents staking claim to the quieter pockets of the neighbourhood.
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Highly sought-after schools and university courses, generous campus parklands, well-maintained sporting grounds, cinemas and a local theatre – St Lucia boasts a wide variety of recreational facilities that create a buzzing cultural hub for students and locals.
Surrounded by the Brisbane River on its north, east and south side, St Lucia boasts a picturesque waterfront location, with easy access to the CBD and surrounding suburbs via the CityCat Ferry.
PARKLANDS AND GREEN SPACE
With its lush green surrounds and Jacaranda tree-lined streets, St Lucia’s community feel is fuelled by local sporting clubs, including the prestigious Indooroopilly Golf Course that borders St Lucia.
When it comes to property, St Lucia has it all – apartments, cost-efficient housing, prestigious, renovated Queenslanders and Federation homes with manicured gardens. The area’s extensive river views and the adjacent golf course grounds create appealing residential pockets that are highly sought after by young and established families.