Find your Place in Fig Tree Pocket.
If you're searching for green spaces, acers of land and a slice of serenity, look no further than Fig Tree Pocket.
Known as one of Brisbane's most green and tree-filled suburbs, Fig Tree Pocket was named after a large fig tree that grew in the area. Located in a bend on the Brisbane River, the suburb is home to the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, which is one of Brisbane's oldest and most loved tourist attractions.
From its tourist attractions to its many great local schools, Fig Tree Pocket is the perfect Place to call home.
The space, the greenery and the great community feel.
Beautiful large family homes on blocks on land. Close to schools and parks.
The Glenleighden School
Brisbane Montessori School
Brisbane Girls Grammar
Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary
Fig Tree Equestrian Centre
Biami Yumba Park
Sanctuary Place Point
Fig Tree Common Park
Brisbane Botanic Gardens, Mount Coot-Tha
Feel like escaping to the country whilst still being just outside of the CBD? Fig Tree Pocket has everything you've been searching for. Once in the suburb, take the the quiet, lush scenery that is unparalleled Commended for its schools in the area including Brisbane Girls Grammar and Brisbane Montessori School and the local amenities, Fig Tree pocket is ideal for families and those looking to settle somewhere long term.
While Fig Tree Pocket provides a getaway from the hustle and bustle, it is also beautifully positioned along the Brisbane River, offering cool breezes and many hidden spots for a family picnic.
With numerous parks in the area including Biami Yumba Park and Fig Tree Common Park, there's always a space to meet with friends, enjoy with family, or to simply enjoy nature. While Fig Tree Pocket is not home to many cafes and restaurants, easily venture out to its neighbouring suburbs including Kenmore, Indooroopilly, Brookfield and St Lucia to satisfy your culinary cravings.
THE REAL ESTATE & PROPERTY
Picture large blocks with beautiful Queenslanders and modern homes along the river. With a six-figure median house price, Fig Tree Pocket is a highly-regarded suburb in Brisbane's West. Occupied predominantly by home owners and families, Fig Tree Pocket welcomes a family-orientated feel.
While the suburb is serviced by its neibouring suburbs when it comes to shops, cafes and restaurants, Fig Tree Pocket residents are spoilt with endless space, walks along the river and an incredibly neighbourly energy.
NEIGHBOURHOOD & LIFESTYLE
From river walks to spending time with Australia's most loved marsupial, there's always a new spot to explore in Fig Tree Pocket.
Connect with nature like never before at Fig Tree Pocket's very own Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary where you can hold a Koala, hand-feed kangaroos and meet a variety of Australian wildlife in a beautiful, natural settings. To continue exploring bushlands, head nine minutes down the Western Freeway to Brisbane Botanic Gardens, Mount Coot-Tha. Founded in 1970, the Brisbane Botanic Gardens are recognised as Queensland's premier subtropical botanic gardens. Tick off many of the garden displays whilst there or picnic or barbecue among the trees for the perfect outing.
Fig Tree Pocket residents love the rural feel of the area, the leafy green surrounds and the fresh river breezes that make it a lovely suburb to enjoy the outdoors.
YOU'LL FALL IN LOVE WITH
The space, the accessibility to the river and the serene peace within the suburb.