Mount Gravatt East
Mount Gravatt East is a Brisbane suburb that is 8 km southeast of the CBD and is sandwiched between Logan Road and the South East Freeway. This leafy, mostly residential suburb was first gazetted as a suburb in 1967.
Growing families are flocking to this suburb due to its proximity to public transport, schools, shops and entertainment facilities. It is an excellent option for commuting workers and families as residential properties here are much cheaper compared to similar properties in suburbs on the north side. You will see many post-war homes here and large block sizes, perfect for big or growing families. But there are also an increasing number of units and townhouses being developed in the area. Another one of its many attractions is it is not prone to flooding.
Mount Gravatt East has evolved over the years, and it is now a major, multicultural suburb with lots of options for schools, churches, parks, shops, entertainment and transport.
The suburbs surrounding Mount Gravatt East are Mansfield, Mount Gravatt, Upper Mount Gravatt, Wishart, Carina Heights, Holland Park, Holland Park West and Nathan.
Leisure and Shopping
There are many parklands and bushlands that families, adults and children can enjoy, including Bottlebrush Place Park, Chester Park Reserve, Tallow Wood Place Park, Tristania Way Park, and more. These places offer picnic areas, playgrounds, bikeways, walking tracks and other facilities.
There are plenty to do and plenty of places to shop, including Central Fair Shopping Centre, big name retail stores like Bunnings, and local shops such as Mount Gravatt Bookshop, a second-hand bookstore and antiquarian.
- Population: 10,891 (2011 Census)
- Median age: 34 years old
- Average household size: 2.6
Top 5 Resident Lifestyles in Mount Gravatt East
- Independent youth
- Established couples with children
- Older couples with children
- Maturing couples with children
- Maturing and established independence
Top 5 Occupations of Residents
- Clerical and administrative workers
- Technicians and trades workers
- Community and personal service workers
- Mount Gravatt East State School
- Seton College
The Brisbane City Council Bus provides regular bus service to all areas, passing through many local streets to serve residents.