Bardon House Prices & Property Market

Welcome to Bardon

Nestled in the eastern foothills of Mt Coot-tha, the lush landscape of Bardon is characterised by its picturesque scenery. The streets of this blue chip central suburb offer vantage views of the city, which is a mere 6 kilometres away. Encompassed by the best of what nature has to offer, the properties in Bardon are peaceful and plush with a rustic charm.

Neighbourhood Tags

  • Vantage Views
  • Family Friendly
  • Central & Convenient
  • Great Public Transport
  • Hilly & Leafy
  • Safe & Serene
  • Great Local Cafes
  • Stunning Scenery
  • Mountains & Forestry
  • Parks & Walking Tracks

Average Property Price

Taken from sales history report August 2016 – August 2017 and rental comparison report.

$880k House Price

$540k Unit Price

$4k+/pm Mortgage

Commute Options

6km From CBD

  • 19 min
  • 30 min
  • 1 hr 17 min
  • 27 min

Enjoy the best of both worlds

Surrounded by 1500 hectares of lush forestry, mountain peaks, native wildlife, botanic gardens, and hike and bike trails – it’s hard to believe that the Beautiful Bardon is so close to Brisbane’s city centre. Residents can enjoy the best of both worlds and achieve a work-life balance that will make them the envy of everyone else. Bardon house prices reflect the fact it’s a beautiful inner-Brisbane- suburb where you can happily raise a family, with an impressive selection of local parks and exceptional public and private schools.

Local architecture includes classic Queenslanders, post-war houses, and a selection of stunning and grand contemporary homes. Bardon is an area that gives families plenty of space to grow and play, while also promising the opportunity to renovate and grow. As a result, Bardon house prices have soared in certain areas.

Bardon House Prices – Investment Potential

Bringing the best of the great outdoors into the comfort of modern living, Bardon enjoys a highly sought after central location without compromising on land-size or luxury. The area offers several sprawling parks and ample sections of shaded greenery, which makes it a perfect location for outdoor enthusiasts.

There’s no shortage of local hikes or biking trails to choose from, which helps working professionals to escape the busy city life and bask in the beauty of the great outdoors. Unmatched in its aesthetic appeal, Bardon is a suburb with a fantastic selection of local attractions and superb housing and infrastructure, making it an area that’s both desirable to a diverse demographic and capable of commanding a high sale price.

    • Bedrooms
    • Buy Price
    • Rental Price
    • 2 Beds
    • $720,000
    • $430
    • 3 Beds
    • $782,500
    • $512
    • 4 Beds
    • $1,046,750
    • $797
    • 5 Beds
    • $1,370,000
    • $865

Average House Price

$880k Buy

$520 Rent

    • Bedrooms
    • Buy Price
    • Rental Price
    • 1 Beds
    • -
    • $290
    • 2 Beds
    • $467,500
    • $472
    • 3 Beds
    • $610,000
    • $520
    • 4 Beds
    • -
    • $550

Average Unit Price

$540k Buy

$479 Rent

Household Structure
Primary Demographics
Household Income
    • 0-15K
    • 1.8%
    • 15-31K
    • 8.9%
    • 31-52K
    • 11.2%
    • 52-78K
    • 9.1%
    • 78-130K
    • 16.2%
    • 130-180K
    • 25.6%
    • 180K +
    • 16.1%

Bardon School Catchments

Depending on the catchment your home is positioned in:

    • Bardon Kindy
    • Co-ed
    • Kindergarten
    • 247 Simpsons Rd Bardon QLD 4065
    • (07) 3369 4697
    • Little Ducks Childcare
    • Co-ed
    • Kindergarten
    • 97 Jubilee Terrace Bardon QLD 4065
    • (07) 3366 6907
    • Bardon Primary School
    • Co-ed
    • Primary
    • 330 Simpsons Road Bardon QLD 4065
    • (07) 3511 4555
    • Stuartholme Girls Secondary School
    • Female
    • Secondary
    • Birdwood Terrace Toowong QLD 4066
    • (07) 3369 5466
    • Brisbane Boys College
    • Male
    • Combined
    • Kensington Terrace Toowong QLD 4066
    • (07) 3309 3500
    • Rainworth State School
    • Co-ed
    • Primary
    • 185 Boundary Rd Bardon QLD 4065
    • (07) 3514 9444
    • Ithaca Creek State School
    • Co-ed
    • Primary
    • ​41 The Drive Bardon QLD 4065
    • (07) 3369 3020
    • The Gap State High School
    • Co-ed
    • Secondary
    • 1020 Waterworks Road The Gap QLD 4061
    • (07) 3511 3888


Widely regarded as one of Brisbane’s most desirable suburbs, Bardon is family friendly and ideal for people who like to be amongst nature. The area is encompassed by pockets of lush native forestry, unique wildlife, and sprawling, shaded parks – all with the profoundly beautiful Mt Coot-tha as its backdrop!

Bardon is a large, sprawling suburb which means that local properties enjoy much more generously sized sections of land. Positioned on these ample areas of land, the architecture throughout Bardon is diversified, ranging from classic Queenslanders and post-war- style homes through to modern architectural masterpieces that have been skilfully designed and built over recent years.

From professional couples and growing young families, through to empty-nesters and affordable rental properties, Bardon provides a vast and versatile range of lifestyle solutions. Bardon and its neighbouring suburbs are second-to-none for their shopping, local entertainment, and wining and dining. Sports enthusiasts can enjoy local sporting facilities, while those with more cosmic compulsions can make the most of the fact that the Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium is right next door.

The local community is brought together every Sunday by the weekly Bardon Community Market on Baroona Road, which entices residents and visitors from afar. Amongst the market’s many delights are mouth-watering food stalls, crafts by local artisans, and several quaint bric-a- brac stalls.

6km From CBD

Despite its fringes of the city feel, Bardon is incredibly central and convenient. For those who love to walk, it only takes about 1 hour 17 minutes to get into the city from Bardon. Alternatively, if you still want to get the heart rate up but don’t have time to spare, you could cycle to the city in less than half- an-hour. Bardon is ranked Brisbane’s 102nd most walkable suburb because it’s in comfortable walking distance of a range of loveable locals: Bardon Central Village, Baron Scenic Reserve, and Mt Coot-tha National Park.

Although Bardon doesn’t have a specific train-line, there are a range of nearby stations including Auchenflower, Milton, and Enoggera. However, Bardon’s bus service more than makes up for it, with an extensive network of bus-lines all headed in the right direction.

  • 19 min
  • 30 min
  • 1 hr 17 min
  • 27 min

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