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Everton Park Suburb Profile
4053 QLD
Everton Park Suburb Overview
Everton Park is a suburb in Brisbane, situated 08km north of Brisbane’s Central Business District. It covers an area of 4.4 square kilometer. The residential suburb is surrounded by McDowall, Everton Hills, Mitchelton, Gaythorne, Enoggera, Stafford, and Stafford Heights.
8864

Population

20 to 39

Average Age

62%

Owner %

44%

Family %

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

Buy

$710,000

House Price

Buy

$421,000

Unit Price

Buy

$710,000

Rent

$520 PW

House Price

Buy

$421,000

Rent

$420 PW

Unit Price

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

Demographics

According to the 2016 Australian Census, the population of Everton Park is 8862 with a median age of 35. Everton Park is home to 2414 families, and the median weekly household income is $1590. The suburb has 4042 private dwelling constructed and 352 are vacant. Everton Park consists mostly of separate houses (66%), with only 12% constituting of flats/apartments. There is high ownership amongst the community residing in Everton Park. Albeit the majority own via a mortgage (32%) while 28% own their properties outright, and 36% live on rent.

Transport

The residents have easy access to major artery roads that connect the suburb with the rest of the city (South Pine Road and Old Northern Road). A Reliable bus network is present within the suburb ensuring that travelling is accessible for everyone within the community. While there are no train stations within Everton Park, neighboring train stations are close-by for the residents.

Education

Everton Park is home to several superb kindergartens, schools, and colleges. The community enjoys excellent quality of education right at their doorstep.

Amenities

Everton Park is a green, secure and friendly neighborhood. The suburb offers several local stores including a Coles supermarket for its community. There are 12 parks for recreational activities and a public library for the residents. The parks provide residents with BBQ/picnic spots, a basketball court, bikeway, a BMX facility, heritage sites, sporting fields, table tennis tables, exercise equipment, and shared pathways.