Dreaming of acreage in Pinjara Hills
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Pinjarra Hills Suburb Profile

Dreaming of acreage? Your might be dreaming of Pinjarra Hills 

Pinjarra Hills is a beautiful place to call home – and if you’ve discovered your new dream home, you need to make sure it’s as good as it appears to be by booking a pre-purchase property inspection. Make sure the inspector you choose is knowledgeable about the local area and the unique issues your new home might face. 

Pinjarra Hills is an elegant pocket of acreage properties with a strong sense of community, and that makes it perfect to raise a family. Get in quick, before your dream of a home in Pinjarra Hills becomes a pipe dream.  

Why you should live in Pinjarra Hills

Pinjarra Hills is an exclusive forested pocket just 16 kilometres south west of Brisbane’s CBD on the northern bank of the Brisbane River. The homes here are set on elegant, rolling blocks on private bush sanctuaries, making it the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of busy Brisbane.  

Lifestyle is absolutely at the heart of life in Pinjarra Hills. Nearby attractions include stunning Mt Coot-tha, Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary and the Jindalee Golf Club, along with an abundance of green space for walking and hiking. If your children have dreamed of owning horses, Pinjarra Hills is the perfect place with many homes offering fenced paddocks and plenty of green spaces. For shopping and fantastic restaurants, you will love how close DFO, Kenmore and Indooroopilly Shopping Centres are!  

What you need to know about this rural residential suburb

With a tiny population of just 606 people, Pinjarra Hills is a lovely, peaceful suburb made up of mostly older couples and families. The suburb is rural residential, and most of the land between Pullenvale Road and the river belongs to the University of Queensland’s 282-hectare research facility. Four parks cover 43% of Pinjarra Hills’ total area which shows just how forested this suburb is.  

As with other rural residential suburbs in Brisbane, property values have been increasing in Pinjarra Hills with median house prices going for around $853,000, although many houses could go for over $1 million easily. The average rent is around $375 per week.  

Interest in the suburb has been in high demand with 2501 visits versus the Queensland state average of 769 visits for property. As for schools, the nearest are Pullenvale State School and Kenmore High School in neighbouring Pullenvale and Kenmore. Commuters will find the journey to work easy – just hop on the Route 444 bus from Moggill Road to the Brisbane CBD, and you’ll be there in no time.  

Don’t forget Action Property Inspections’
pre-purchase property inspections – 
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you purchase your Pinjarra Hills dream home.


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