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Bald Hills Suburb Profile
4036 QLD
Bald Hills Suburb Overview
Bald Hills is the northernmost suburb in Brisbane. It’s situated in Yugaagarabul traditional Aboriginal country. The suburb is named after the two small hills on the South Pine River Valley floor. Bald Hills is predominantly a residential suburb. The area is mostly surrounded by bush, but in recent years, some of the bush has been cleared for new residential areas. It also borders onto the Bald Hills Flats, a large flood plain on the western side of the suburb that is used for cattle grazing. The South Pine River flows through the flood plain and forms the western border of the suburb. The South Pine River converges with the North Pine River, and the combined flow, the Pine River, forms the northern border. Along the banks of the Pine River within Bald Hills is a large environmental park called the Tinchi Tamba Wetlands Reserve. The Pine River empties into Bramble Bay, between Redcliffe and Brighton. The Bruce Highway goes between Bald Hills and Woree in Cairns and is 1,656 kilometres long. The main structure is the Bald Hills Radiator, a 198-metre-tall AM radio transmission tower located on the eastern side of the suburb.



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


In the 2016 Census, there were 6,502 people in Bald Hills (Qld). Of these, 49.2% were male and 50.8% were female. Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people made up 3.2% of the population. The median age of people in Bald Hills (Qld) was 36 years. In Bald Hills (Qld), 76.7% of people were born in Australia. The most common countries of birth were New Zealand (4.0%), England (3.4%), the Philippines (1.8%), India (1.7%), and Fiji (0.7%). In Bald Hills (Qld), 85.6% of people only spoke English at home. Other languages spoken at home included Tagalog (0.9%), Punjabi (0.6%), Spanish (0.6%), Telugu (0.5%), and Hindi (0.5%).


The distance between Bald Hills (Station) and Brisbane is 16 km. The road distance is 19.2 km. Bald Hills (Station) to Brisbane via drive takes 18 minutes. Bald Hills railway station provides access to regular Queensland Rail City network services to Brisbane and Springfield Central, as well as Kippa-Ring. There are also many buses serving the area. Gympie Road and the northern end of the Gateway Motorway both pass through the suburb. The southern end of the Bruce Highway is located here as well. Brisbane City Council runs a personalised public transport (PPT) service in Bald Hills. Personalised Public Transport (PPT) is a low-cost hail and ride service that helps connect residents to their local transport hubs. This service runs Monday through Friday, except on public holidays. The maximum journey time one-way is 15 minutes. There are over 50 Translink bus stops around Bald Hills that provide a number of regular bus services with connections running to Brisbane CBD, Redcliffe, and beyond. There is no direct bus from Bald Hills (Station) to Brisbane. However, there are services departing from Gympie Rd. near Bald Hills Rd. and arriving at King George Square, 2a, via Chermside Shopping Centre interchange A. The journey, including transfers, takes approximately 56 minutes.


Bald Hills State School is a government primary (Prep-6) school for boys and girls at 2156 Gympie Road. St. Paul's Anglican School is a private primary and secondary (Prep-12) school for boys and girls at 34 Strathpine Road. The nearest government secondary schools are Bracken Ridge State High School in neighbouring Bracken Ridge to the east, Pine Rivers State High School in neighbouring Strathpine to the north-west, and Aspley State High School in Aspley to the south.


Bald Hills is home to the breeding and training centre for guide dogs for the Blind Association of Queensland. Bald Hills is the home of the Bald Hills-Lawnton Lions Cricket Club as well as Ridge Hills United Football Club. Due to its proximity to the North Pine River, Bald Hills has a large number of green and open spaces. Parks include, but are not limited to: Tinchi Tamba Wetlands Reserve (also known as Deepwater Bend Reserve, Pine River Wetlands); St Martin Court Park with a shared pathway and water (bubbler or tap); Harold Kielly Park with a picnic area and shelter; and John Stewart Memorial Park with a picnic area and shelter with an electric barbeque, playground, rebound wall, and water (bubbler or tap).