Nestled on the banks of the Brisbane River, Graceville is known for its wide-open streets, leafy backyards and refined sense of style. The suburb attracts, established and maturing families due to its large Queenslander properties and leafy spaces. Residents of Graceville are proud of the neighbourhoods, charm, character and sophisticated lifestyle that they have preserved so well.
Beyond the defining Queensland architecture, there is a strong sense of community in Graceville. Though dominantly residential, there’s also a convenient shopping strip on Honour Avenue with an especially good café culture.
A breezy, suburban retreat, Graceville is the quintessential Queensland neighbourhood.
Graceville offers everything a family could want.
A mixture of traditional Queenslanders and contemporary homes.
Christ the King Primary School
Graceville Primary School
Graceville Train Station
Graceville Memorial Park
Regal Twin Cinemas
Graceville Riverside Parklands
Graceville Uniting Church
Goodness Gracious Cafe
As a suburb, Graceville instantly conjures ideas of river views and leafy spaces, while still being close to the CBD, a winning combination for residents.
Graceville appeals to people who want the perfect place to raise their children as the atmosphere is like that of a small village. There are plenty of green spaces for children to play and local community initiatives to nurture the community spirit. Accompanied by passionate sporting clubs and first-class public school, it’s no wonder it’s a sought-after suburb.
Access throughout Brisbane is made easy by the Graceville Train Station, and the major Indooroopilly shopping centre is a short drive away. A number of prestigious private schools and the University of Queensland are also within a few kilometers.
THE REAL ESTATE & PROPERTY
The ultimate Queensland lifestyle.
Graceville had its very first wave of growth in the 1920’s, where many traditional Queenslanders were built on large allotments. Following this, in the second wave of growth in the 1950’s, many post-war cottages were built. Together, these make up the majority of homes in the suburb to this day. The large blocks and tree lined streets have remained at the center of the suburbs appeal.
Today, it’s hard to drive through Graceville without being impressed by the beautifully preserved Queenslanders. Now, many have undergone extensive renovations and are equipped with all the modern touches the modern family demands. Modern luxuries have worked their way into the character suburb, replacing many of the post-war homes.
NEIGHBOURHOOD & LIFESTYLE
This pocket-sized neighborhood is loved by locals and visitors alike.
Don’t let the relaxed atmosphere fool you, residents are refined and take great pride in both their homes and community. The café culture continues to boom, with locals spending mornings at the likes of Goodness Gracious café and others on Honour Avenue. Come evenings, the place to be is the historic Regal Twin Cinemas, a boutique arthouse cinema and Brisbane institution established in 1921.
YOU'LL FALL IN LOVE WITH
Green spaces and river views.
Graceville's location next to the iconic Brisbane River means the suburb is in prime position for afternoons spent in parks, soaking up the views and breeze. There's plenty of green spaces for children, dogs and adults to enjoy.