Find your Place in New Farm.
New Farm is a sought-after riverside suburb that has long been characterised by its quintessential Queenslander homes and tree lined streets. Becoming increasingly renowned for its trendy food and coffee scene, Brisbane locals have affectionately labelled this suburb Brisbane’s ‘Little Italy’. To accommodate its population of over 12,000, New Farm has all the modern facilities, while maintaining its historical charm thanks to several heritage-listed sites
It's not just a suburb, it's a lifestyle.
Historic homes and elaborate raised Queenslander's.
An affluent suburb, property in New Farm is exclusive and sought-after for good reason, as it gives residents everyday opportunities to indulge in the finer things in life. Due to New Farm’s convenient location and abundance of public transport facilities, more and more residents are opting to forgo owning a car. This suburb quirk, in addition to the quality coffee, has resulted in residents and visitors alike drawing comparisons between this leafy suburb and small European villages.
THE REAL ESTATE & PROPERTY
New Farm is a beautiful suburb with historic homes. The elaborate raised Queenslander houses often feature breezy wraparound verandas and ornate timber detailing. Parts of New Farm fall under the Brisbane Central Traffic district parking restrictions, meaning on-street parking is regulated, however New Farm residents can apply for Residential Parking Permits.
NEIGHBOURHOOD & LIFESTYLE
The only time you’ll find your neighbours at home is for entertaining purposes, as these highly educated, and overall financially comfortable residents choose the suburb for the lifestyle. Instead, locals can be found strolling the streets of New Farm and its neighbouring suburbs. Predominantly singles and couples, New Farm isn’t known for being a family-oriented suburb, so you’re more likely to find art galleries than driveways covered in chalk drawings.
New Farm encourages an outdoor lifestyle, with tree-lined streets and unique spaces such as New Farm Park and the iconic Brisbane Powerhouse nestled beside the Brisbane River. The Powerhouse is a culture and arts centre located in a former power station with restaurant, bar and function facilities. The Powerhouse also hosts frequent shows and the weekly Jan Powers Farmer’s Markets. Gourmet dining, quality coffee and riverfront views are the foundations that this suburb’s unique lifestyle is built upon, meaning weekends and evenings are rarely spent at home.
YOU'LL FALL IN LOVE WITH
The heritage listed New Farm Park is Brisbane’s answer to Hyde Park in London, drawing visitors from near and far. One of the few communal green spaces that allows the consumption of alcohol, New Farm Park boasts spectacular giant fig trees, cycling loops, a tree house-style adventure playground, jacarandas, rose garden and a historic rotunda that can be booked for events, and is commonly used for wedding photography.