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Welcome to Indooroopilly

 Indooroopilly, or Indro as it’s more affectionately known, is nestled along the expanse of the undulating Brisbane River. It’s laid-back lifestyle, large local sections, and generously sized houses will transport you back to a carefree time. Indooroopilly homes are relaxed, comfortable, and cleverly designed to catch the breeze on summer afternoons. With an impressive selection of local attractions, excellent school catchments, and easy access to public transport, Indooroopilly truly is a place where convenience meets leisure.

Indooroopilly house prices are competitive and have shown significant yet steady growth in recent years. This is because it’s a suburb with mass appeal. It’s home to one of Queensland’s premier golf clubs, the incredibly popular Indooroopilly Shopping Centre, and several major public transport hubs.

When you add this to the fact that Indooroopilly boasts some of the best schools in Brisbane, from kindergarten through to University, it’s easy to see why Indooroopilly is desired by such a diverse demographic.

An increase in international buyers has also helped to drive Indooroopilly house prices and land value. The majority of properties in Indooroopilly are not character protected, making it a suburb conducive to contemporary architectural influences. Indooroopilly, therefore, attracts buyers who are looking to move away from traditional Queenslander character style housing and avoid council code restrictions when constructing a home. There’s also an international populace looking to buy and build near the shopping precinct and the University of Queensland.

Investing In The Indooroopilly Property Market

There’s no shortage of things to love about living or investing in Indooroopilly! Only 6 kilometres from the city centre and a short distance from the University of Queensland in St Lucia, Indooroopilly is immensely popular with both working professionals and students. Parents are also attracted to Indooroopilly because of the excellent local school catchments.

Apartment blocks yield favourable returns in Indooroopilly, attracting those who work or study locally. This makes Indooroopilly ideal for investors who are looking to develop. A large margin of properties in Indooroopilly are free from character code, and have unparalleled potential for development and growth.


Indooroopilly has been rated the 29th best Brisbane suburb to live in, scoring an impressive 9.2 out of 10 from local residents. Amongst its most favourable features are shopping options, schools, medical facilities, public transport, Internet access, proximity to the city centre, and resale and rental value.

Indooroopilly has excellent public transport and a truly iconic shopping culture. Indooroopilly Shopping Centre is one of Brisbane’s biggest shopping malls, and it has been loved by locals since the 1970’s. Yet, despite being the largest retail and entertainment precinct west of the city centre, Indooroopilly is also a quiet and peaceful residential oasis.

Properties are generously sized and streets are decorated with lush greenery.  This subtropical suburb is filled with local parks and leisure attractions. Covering some of the most valuable land in Brisbane is Indooroopilly golf club, which is widely considered amongst the best in Brisbane.

Those who work in the city can enjoy the convenience of Indooroopilly’s incredible public transport infrastructure, while University of Queensland students can save their bus fare and opt for a riverside bike-ride to campus.

Along with connecting motorists and pedestrians between Indooroopilly and Chelmer, the Walter Taylor Bridge carries some of Brisbane’s most unique local history. The only habitable bridge in the southern hemisphere (with a family of tenants until 2009) the Walter Taylor Bridge is a true Indooroopilly landmark.

When you live in Indooroopilly, everything is right on your doorstep. Whether you like to spend your weekends eating out, shopping, playing a round of golf, seeing the latest movie, playing catch at the local park, or hosting a family barbeque in the backyard – there truly is something for everyone to enjoy.

Indooroopilly School Catchment Areas

Indooroopilly State School Co-EdPrimaryCnr Moggill Road & Russell Terrace Indooroopilly QLD 4068   (07) 3327 2333   
Holy Family Primary School  Co-EdPrimaryWard Street Indooroopilly QLD 4068   (07) 3870 9600  
Ambrose Treacy College  MalePrimaryTwigg Street Indooroopilly QLD 4068   (07) 3878 0500   
Ironside State School  Co-EdPrimary2 Hawken Drive St Lucia QLD 4067    (07) 3258 3111    
Indooroopilly State High School Co-EdSecondaryWard Street Indooroopilly QLD 4068(07) 3327 8333
Brigidine College FemaleSecondary53 Ward Street Indooroopilly QLD 4068 (07) 3870 7225 
University of Queensland  Co-EdTertiarySt Lucia Campus QLD 4072 (07) 3365 1111