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Fortitude Valley Suburb Profile
4006 QLD
Fortitude Valley Suburb Overview
Fortitude Valley (often called "The Valley" by residents) is an inner suburb of the City of Brisbane. The suburb features two pedestrian malls at Brunswick Street Mall and Chinatown and is one of the hubs of Brisbane's nightlife, renowned for its nightclubs, bars, and adult entertainment. Fortitude Valley is built upon a low-lying marshy flat, immediately north-east of the Brisbane central business district.
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Demographics & Lifestyle of Fortitude Valley
The lifestyle and feeling of a suburb is often influenced by the people and places. Find out more about the demographics of Fortitude Valley.

Demographics

In the 2016 Census, there were 6,978 people in Fortitude Valley. Of these, 54.0% were male and 46.0% were female. Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people made up 1.5% of the population. The median age of people in Fortitude Valley was 31 years. In Fortitude, 34.7% of people were attending an educational institution. Of these, 3.3% were in primary school, 2.4% in secondary school, and 9.8% in a tertiary or technical institution. In Fortitude Valley, 46.1% of people were born in Australia. The most common countries of birth were India (4.4%), New Zealand (4.2%), England (3.2%), Brazil (2.4%), and Colombia (2.2%). In Fortitude Valley, 58.5% of people only spoke English at home. Other languages spoken at home included Spanish 3.5%, Mandarin 2.7%, Portuguese 2.3%, Hindi 1.8%, and Korean 1.8%.

Transport

The distance between Brisbane Airport (BNE) and Fortitude Valley is 10 km. The road distance is 13.4 km. Brisbane Airport (BNE) to Fortitude Valley via drive takes 12 minutes. A direct train departs from International Airport station, platform 1, and arrives at Fortitude Valley station, platform 1. Services depart every 30 minutes and operate every day. The journey takes approximately 17 minutes.

Education

Angelorum College is a private primary and secondary (Prep-9) school for boys and girls at 377 St Pauls Terrace. Music Industry College is a private secondary (11–12) school for boys and girls at 38–42 Berwick Street. Humanitas High School is a private secondary school (years 7–12), run as a democratic community school with full input from parents, teachers, and students. There is one government high school in the valley, Fortitude Valley State Secondary College. This school was opened in 2020 on the same grounds as the old Fortitude Valley State Primary School. The nearest government primary schools are Brisbane Central State School (in Spring Hill) and New Farm State School. All Hallows' School is a Catholic faith-based private school in Fortitude Valley. It is said to be Queensland's oldest secondary school. There were no government secondary schools in Fortitude Valley (the nearest was Kelvin Grove State College) until the start of 2020, when the new Fortitude Valley State Secondary College opened.

Amenities

The Chinatown Mall runs parallel to Brunswick Street Mall and connects Wickham Street and Ann Street. Fortitude Valley is Australia's first "Special Entertainment Precinct", designed to protect both live music and new residents through planning restrictions. The Special Entertainment Precinct status exempts entertainment venues within the area from the amplified noise requirements of the Liquor Act 1992 and allows council to manage amplified music noise under the Amplified Music Venues Local Law 2006. But it also requires new residential and accommodation development construction to achieve a minimum noise reduction of 25 decibels in the 63 hertz frequency band. The Valley Fiesta is an annual three-day event featuring free live music, market stalls, food and drink from many local restaurants and cafés, and other entertainment. Artists that have performed at the Valley Fiesta include Hilltop Hoods, Downsyde, Katie Noonan, Tim Rogers, Butterfingers, Evermore, and The Preatures. The International Jazz Festival replaced the biennial Valley Jazz Festival in 2013. Jazz Queensland is in charge of organizing the festival. It is a five-day festival generally held during the first week of June.