Coorparoo State School

Coorparoo is a suburb within Brisbane, located 4 km from the CBD.

It was called Four Mile Camp before it was given its current name during a public meeting on 22 March 1875. The name Coorparoo probably stemmed from an Aboriginal name for Norman Creek, likely recorded as Koolpuroom by early surveyors.

The homes in this area are a mix of old Queenslander, art deco and contemporary styles. Coorparoo is considered one of the best suburbs in Brisbane with its close proximity to the city and easy access to train and express buses, cafes, parks and a new retail/residential project at the old Myers Building on Old Cleveland Road.

This quiet, green suburb is bordered by Camp Hill, Holland Park, Greenslopes, East Brisbane, Norman Park and Seven Hills.

Leisure and Shopping

The suburb has several parks – Eric Sivell Park, Griffin Park, Leicester Park, Majestic Park, Wembley Park, and more. The parks offer a range of facilities and amenities, including picnic areas, bikeways, playgrounds and barbeque equipment.

There are plenty of places to shop in the area such as the Coorparoo Shopping Precinct, Coorparoo Mall and the Stones Corner Village.

The best place to go to for excellent food and ambience are the cafes and shops on Martha Street.

The new heart of Coorparoo will make everything available right at your doorstep. Scheduled to open this year is a commercial and residential development called Coorparoo Square, which house popular tenants such as national cinema chain Dendy Cinemas, supermarket chain Aldi and three residential buildings consisting of luxury apartments.

Demographics

  • Population: 14,944 (2011 Census)
  • Median age: 33 years old
  • Average household size: 2.3

Top 5 Resident Lifestyles in Mansfield

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

Top 5 Occupations of Residents

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

Property Statistics

  • Homes fully owned – 23.1%
  • Being purchased through home loan mortgage – 29.6%
  • Rented – 4.9%
  • House median sale price – $620,000
  • Median rent per week – $330

Education

  • Coorparoo State School
  • Coorparoo Secondary College
  • Villanova College
  • Loreto College
  • Our Lady of Mount Carmel Primary School
  • St James Catholic Primary School
  • DAP Jewellery School
  • Coorparoo Centre for Continuing Education

Transport

The suburb is served by a decent train service with a station located on the Cleveland line. In addition, high-frequency bus routes make travelling to and from the city easy.

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