On behalf of our vendors we would like to


We conduct our inspections in a way that is not intrusive, to allow you, as

buyers to take your time to look in detail without being pestered by an


When you are ready, feel free to ask us any questions, we’re here to assist


If you are interested in the home please register your interest with us, or

if you would like a copy of the sale contract we can email you one today.

We want to keep you updated at all times on the progress of the sale, so if

you would please give us all your contact details, we’d be grateful.


Robbie on 0478 135 258

Brisbane is the capital and most populous city of

Queensland, and the third most populous city in

Australia. Its estimated population is 2.5 million as of

2018, while the South East Queensland region, which

is centred on Brisbane, encompasses a population of

more than 3.5 million.

The CBD stands in a peninsula on the Brisbane River,

located 15 kilometres (9 miles) from its mouth at

Moreton Bay The metropolitan area extends in all

directions along the flood plain of the Brisbane river

valley between Moreton Bay and the Great Dividing

Range, sprawling across several of Australia’s most

populous local government areas, including the City of

Brisbane, which is the most populous LGA in Australia,

as well as Moreton Bay Region, Logan City, City of

Ipswich, and Redland City.

Brisbane has prominent cultural institutions such

as; Australia’s largest modern art gallery, the GOMA,

and its largest theatre precinct, QPAC. The city is also

home to prominent national sites and precincts: South

Bank Parklands, City Hall, St John’s Cathedral, Queen’s

Wharf historic precinct, State Parliament, ANZAC

Square, Treasury Building, The Old Windmill, and West

End. Brisbane is also known for its skyline, with many

of its skyscrapers amongst the tallest in Australia,

including 1 William. A main feature of Brisbane is its

Queenslander architecture which forms much of the

inner-city’s built heritage. Brisbane is often used as

a gateway to access regional areas such as the Gold

Coast, Sunshine Coast, Toowoomba, Moreton and

Stradbroke Island, and the Gondwana Rainforests. It is

also the main international gateway to state icons, the

Great Barrier Reef, Fraser Island, and the Whitsunday

Islands. In 2016, the Globalization and World Cities

Research Network ranked Brisbane as a Beta world city.