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Keperra Suburb Profile
4054 QLD
Keperra Suburb Overview
Keperra has a deep and rich indigenous history. The name Keperra comes from the Yuggera words kipper and kippa, indicating a young man. There used to be two bora rings in the suburb. One was near the corner of Samford Road and Keperra Street, but it is now under housing. The other one disappeared when the Keperra Country Club was built. It is thought that the name derives from the initiation ceremonies of young men performed at the bora rings. It is located 12.4 kilometres by road north-west of the Brisbane GPO. In the suburb, there are different types of houses. There are small, older homes made of weatherboard in the area. They are mainly located on the northern side of Samford Road and south of the railway. Others are larger, newer brick houses built in the 1980s and 1990s in the Kings Park Estate. The estate began to be developed around 1988 in an area around Samford Road, Cobalt Street, and Onyx Street. Properties in the southern sections (e.g., Balvenie Street) of the estate date from the early 1990s.
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Owner %

45

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

Demographics

Demographics In the 2016 Census, there were 6,807 people in Keperra. Of these, 47.1% were male and 52.9% were female. Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people made up 3.4% of the population. The median age of people in Keperra was 38 years. In Keperra, 79.4% of people were born in Australia. The most common countries of birth were England (3.7%), New Zealand (2.6%), India (0.7%), the Philippines (0.6%), and Scotland (0.6%). In Keperra, 88.3% of people only spoke English at home. Other languages spoken at home included Karen 0.7%, Mandarin 0.5%, Spanish 0.5%, Italian 0.5%, and Arabic 0.4%.

Transport

The distance between Keperra and Brisbane is 9 km. The road distance is 11.5 km. Keperra railway station and Grovely railway station provide access to regular Queensland Rail City network services to Ferny Grove, Brisbane, and Beenleigh. Transport for Brisbane offers a bus service on Route 362 between The Gap and Brookside Shopping Centre, with stops at Great Western Shopping Centre, Keperra railway station, Grovely railway station, and Mitchelton railway station. The bus service on Route 398 is between Mitchelton railway station and Ferny Grove railway station, with stops within Keperra.

Education

Grovely State School is a government primary (Prep-6) school for boys and girls at 200 Dawson Parade. Mitchelton State High School Positive Learning Centre is a specific-purpose primary and secondary (4–12) school at 83 Gilston Street. The nearest government secondary schools are Ferny Grove State High School in neighbouring Ferny Grove to the west and Mitchelton State High School in neighbouring Mitchelton to the east.

Amenities

The suburb has a 27-hole Championship golf course (Keperra Country Club), football (soccer) club Westside FC, shopping centres (Great Western and two smaller ones at Dallas Parade near the Keperra station and on Dawson Parade near Grovely station), churches, a hospital, and a dog off-leash area. An area of vegetation known as Keperra Bushland bounds the suburb to the south on its border with The Gap, while the Keperra Picnic Grounds are in the north-west section at the intersection of Samford Road and Upper Kedron Road. The Great Western Shopping Centre is at the intersection of Settlement Road and Samford Road. Bunnings Warehouse opened in 2018, with further retail to open in 2019.