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Hamilton Suburb Profile
4007 QLD
Hamilton Suburb Overview
Hamilton is an affluent riverside mixed-use suburb in the north-east of the City of Brisbane, Queensland. In 2013, the suburb had the highest mean taxable income of any in Queensland. Although not passing through the suburb, the Doomben railway line runs immediately north of the northernmost part of the suburb with Doomben railway station serving the suburb. Racecourse Road is a north–south road that connects Kingsford Smith Drive and the Eagle Farm Racecourse. It is a dining, shopping and entertainment precinct.
6984

Population

20 to 39

Average Age

47%

Owner %

40%

Family %

Median Property Prices In Hamilton
Check out the median property prices for both houses and units in Hamilton, QLD. Hover over items to transition between purchase and rental prices.

Buy

$1,550,00

House Price

Buy

$510,000

Unit Price

Buy

$1,550,00

Rent

$745 PW

House Price

Buy

$510,000

Rent

$450 PW

Unit Price

Demographics & Lifestyle of Hamilton
The lifestyle and feeling of a suburb is often influenced by the people and places. Find out more about the demographics of Hamilton.

Demographics

According to the Australian Census held in 2016, the population of Hamilton is 6995, with a median age of 37. Around 70% of the people living in Hamilton are Australian born. While 83% of the population consider English as their first language. The suburb is home to 1,714 families with a median weekly household income of $1,894 and weekly median rent is $370. Full-time employment make up for around 67.8% of the population, with part-time workers being 23.5%. Unemployment stands around 4.9%. There are 4097 private residential properties and 715 are vacant. Hamilton consists mostly of flats/apartments (63%), and only 27% are separate houses.

Transport

Hamilton has an effective transport system serviced by buses on routes 300, 301, 302, 303 and 305. The suburb also has the Bretts Wharf that services patrons from nearby Racecourse Road and Portside Wharf, as well as visitors to Eagle Farm Racecourse. The Doomben railway station serves the suburb.

Education

There aren’t many schools within Hamilton, but it’s close to several schools and colleges within the neighbouring suburbs surrounding it. The Hamilton State School is a government primary (Prep-6) school for boys and girls at Oxford Street.

Amenities

The area has wide roads, and they are all lined with immense greenery. There are parks for residents and pets. Hamilton also boasts of a public library, Hamilton post office, St Augustine’s Anglican church and St Cecilia’s Catholic Church. Hamilton is also known for several heritage-listed sites such as Toorak House, Lochiel, Cremorne, Palma Rosa and Hamilton Town Hall amongst others.