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Norman Park Suburb Profile
4171 QLD
Norman Park Suburb Overview
Norman Park is located 6.3 kilometres east of the CBD. Its borders are linked to Morningside, Hawthorne, Camp Hill, Coorparoo, and East Brisbane. This suburb has everything: a family-friendly neighbourhood, cafes, parks, and public transport, along with wonderful views of the Brisbane River and across to the skyline of the CBD. Norman Park is one of Brisbane's top residential suburbs, with former high-profile residents such as Wally Lewis and Kevid Rudd, the former Australian PM. It comprises 2.3 2.3m2 and offers 14 parks that take up an area of over 13%. This suburb is a well-established and tightly held area of Brisbane, with little prospects for future development and growth due to the make-up of the suburb.
6295

Population

35

Average Age

64%

Owner %

45%

Family %

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

Buy

$1,442,500

House Price

Buy

713117

Unit Price

Buy

$1,442,500

Rent

750

House Price

Buy

713117

Rent

550

Unit Price

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

Demographics

Norman Park has a population of 6295 people. Of these people, 49.3% were male and 50.7% were female. The average age of the residents was 33, four years less than the Australian median.

Transport

Wynnum Road is serviced by three bus routes that travel between the eastern suburbs and Brisbane central business district. When these routes combine, they offer frequent service with a long span. Crown Street, Stanley Street, and Canara Street through the centre of the suburb are serviced by all the bus stops that travel through Brisbane central business district and Carindale Shopping Centre bus station.

Education

Norman Park State School is a public primary school for girls and boys at 68-88 Agnew Street. The Seven Hills State School and the Coorparoo State School in Coorparoo also enroll students from the southern part of the suburb. There is no secondary school in Norman Park.

Amenities

The main shopping centre, The Norman Park Central is on the corner of Bennett’s Road and Macrossan Avenue. The suburb has plenty of restaurants and cafes. There are numerous parks that are convenient for both families and pets.

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What is the best street to live in for Norman Park ?

The Brisbane suburb of Norman Park is currently ranked as the 99th best suburb for living in Brisbane. Although this is subjective, the street that was voted as the best street to live in for Norman Park was Agnew Street Some well-known identities that have resided in the suburb are Wally Lewis and Kevin Rudd, the former Prime Minister.

What are the best things to do in Norman Park ?

  1. The Night Markets.  Slightly out of Norman Park, these nighttime markets are a massive hit with families of all ages.
  2. Flex Hot Yoga: Similar to Bikhram Yoga, slightly different yoga practices, with classes more moderate and slightly less heat.
  3. Norman Park Sports and Community Club: Super Popular Lawn Bowls Club, not to mention the beer is super cold and cheap.
  4. Club Lime, Norman Park: Get your sweat on at the 24/7 Gym with all the bells and whistles
  5. Macpherson Outlook Park is a lovely piece of green space to take in the beautiful city of Brisbane.  Located right on the Brisbane River,.

What are the best Restaurants in Norman Park ?

  1. BBQ Mafia, although located just behind Norman Park,.  This is by far the best slow-cooking meat business that anyone at Locate has ever experienced.  They have catered an array of events and their beef brisket is out of this world.
  2. Bennets Seafood: locally caught, good-quality seafood is best suited for takeout but is a no-brainer for a quick dinner choice on the way home after work.
  3. Red Glanga Asian Cuisine 
  4. Spread Pizzeria is located just out the suburb but try one of their pizza’s.¬† you wont be disappointed
  5. Chiangrai Thai