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Welcome to Red Hill

Red Hill residents can enjoy a highly covetable central location without having to compromise on the comfort offered by sprawling parks and shaded greenery. This heritage haven houses a number of hidden gems, local landmarks, and quirky cafes. Boasting home of the best views in Brisbane, Red Hill is in high demand, as demonstrated by continuous and steady growth in the Red Hill property market.

Red Hill celebrates its local history and authentic vintage feel through maintaining much-loved landmarks such as the 140-year- old general store turned popular cafe, Little Red Providore, and Red Hill Gallery. The sleepy, sloping streets of Red Hill are littered with quaint Queenslanders which make perfect homes for working couples and families.

Investing In The Red Hill Property Market

Red Hill appeals to an extensive range of demographics because of its rustic charm, eccentric cafe culture, and lush greenery. Local vendors and amenities include Suncorp Stadium, Little Red Providore, and Clovely Estate Cellar Door. Red Hill’s heritage status also protects it from undergoing excessive development, which ultimately helps to protect the ratio of houses to units and maintain favourable house prices. Australians have come to value living in a walkable suburb, which has been reflected in recent movements in the Red Hill property market which demonstrate a correlation between walkability and investment performance. Rated Brisbane’s 19th most walkable neighbourhood, Red Hill residents can easily get around on foot, adding to the long list of reasons why it’s one of Brisbane’s most appealing and enviable suburbs to live and invest in.


As far as liveability, location, and lifestyle goes, it doesn’t get much better than Red Hill. Residents can enjoy the best of both worlds – inner city convenience whilst still maintaining privacy and peace. Loaded with lifestyle advantages, living in Red Hill has you only moments away from the heart of the city.

There are a range of quality schools nearby, and numerous public transport options available. The homes in Red Hill are a unique blend of traditional Queenslanders, old fashioned worker’s cottages, and contemporary properties.

Residents of Red Hill can walk to an average of 3 restaurants, bars and coffee shops within just 5 minutes. There are more than 80 restaurants, bars, and coffee shops to choose from in Red Hill, which makes it a true haven for food enthusiasts. Red Hill is central and convenient while also encompassed by a plethora of beautiful, family friendly parks and unbeatable city views. The local community is vibrant and immersed in good food and local history.

Red Hill School Catchments

Petrie Terrace State SchoolCo-EdPrimary40 Moreton Street, Paddington, 4064 (07) 3259 9333 
Kelvin Grove State CollegeCo-EdCombinedL’Estrange Tce, Kelvin Grove, 4059 (07) 3552 7333
Milton State SchoolCo-EdPrimaryBayswater Street, Milton, 4064 (07) 3514 6333 
Ithaca State SchoolCo-EdPrimaryLugg Street, Bardon, 4065  (07) 3514 9333