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Gaythorne Suburb Profile
4051 QLD
Gaythorne Suburb Overview
Gaythorne is a suburb in Brisbane, located 07km north-west of Brisbane’s Central Business District. The residential suburb was approved as a neighborhood in 1975 by the Queensland Place Names Board, and it covers an area of 1.1 square kilometer. Gaythorne shares a border with Mitchelton, Enoggera, and Everton Park.
3018

Population

20 to 39

Average Age

40%

Owner %

34%

Family %

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

Buy

$796,250

House Price

Buy

$375,000

Unit Price

Buy

$796,250

Rent

$493 PW

House Price

Buy

$375,000

Rent

$390 PW

Unit Price

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

Demographics

Gaythorne has a population of 3023 and a median age of 31 (According to the 2016 Australian Census). 752 families reside within Gaythorne, and the median weekly household income is $1566, while the median weekly rent is $340. There are 1516 private residential properties within the suburb and 152 are vacant. The suburb consists roughly evenly of separate houses (40%) and flats/apartments (44%). Most of the residents of Gaythorne live on rent (59%), while 22% own their properties via a mortgage, and 16% own them outright.

Transport

Gaythorne has an exquisite public transportation system available for its residents. The community enjoys the Gaythorne Railway station which provides affordable and easy access to the rest of Brisbane. The reliable bus network operates via multiple bus stops and the buses run frequently.

Education

While there are no schools within the suburb, the residents of Gaythorne can rely on neighboring suburbs Mitchelton and Enoggera for primary and secondary schools.

Amenities

Gaythorne provides its community with everything close-by. The residents have access to local stores, medical stores, and retail outlets. The Queensland Family History Society (QFHS) operates a library in Gaythorne which is a great asset for the community. The area is provided with 05 parks that offer recreational activities for the residents. The parks provide BBQ/picnic spots, shared pathways, water (bubbler), playgrounds, and seating.