Holland Park

Holland Park is a suburb of Brisbane, located 7 km from Brisbane’s CBD. Most of the area is residential, but a commercial district is located along Logan Road. This older suburb features many post-World War II wooden homes.

The suburb was named after Mr. Julius Holland, who owned large tracts of scrub land in the area. The Holland Estate, all 150 acres stretching from what is now known as Abbotsleigh Street to the vicinity of Arnold Street, and from Logan Road to Cavendish Road, were sold in 1882.

Holland Park is a quiet, leafy suburb with a mix of old Queenslander or post-war wooden homes and modern brick and tile homes with large backyards. It is a highly popular suburb for families, young couples and singles because of its proximity to the city and because it offers both convenience and great lifestyle.

It is close to the suburbs of Holland Park West, Mount Gravatt, Mount Gravatt East and Camp Hill.

Leisure and Shopping

There are a number of parks within the suburb including Seville Park, W.J. Scott Park and C.B. Mott Park. They offer picnic areas, playgrounds, bikeways and pathways.

You can purchase your essentials at the suburb’s shopping precinct on Seville Road. For major shopping trips, you can go to Samuel Village Shopping Centre or Carindale and Garden City, which are just 5 minutes away.

Demographics

  • Population: 7,849 (2011 Census)
  • Median age: 35 years old
  • Average household size: 2.6

Top 5 Resident Lifestyles in Holland Park

  • Established couples with children
  • Maturing couples with children
  • Older couples and families
  • Independent youth
  • Maturing and established independence

Top 5 Occupations of Residents

  • Professionals
  • Clerical and administrative workers
  • Technicians and trades workers
  • Managers
  • Community and personal service workers

Property Statistics

  • Homes fully owned – 23.9%
  • Being purchased through home loan mortgage – 37.8%
  • Rented – 35.6%
  • House median sale price – $528,375
  • Median rent per week – $270

Education

  • Holland Park State School
  • Cavendish Road State High School
  • Seville Road State School

Transport

Holland Park is not on a rail line, but public buses service the area to and from the city. It is accessible to the Holland Park West Busway. Residents also have freeway and public transport access along Logan Road.