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Parkinson Suburb Profile
4115 QLD
Parkinson Suburb Overview
Parkinson is an outer suburb in Brisbane, located 23km south of Brisbane GPO. It was formally named in 1972 after Henry Parkinson (a railway engineer) and is spread across an area of 8.2 square kilometer. Parkinson’s residential settlement began in the 1990s. The suburb borders the city of Logan and is surrounded by Hillcrest, Regents Park, Browns Plains, Drewvale, Calamvale, Algester, Pallara, and Larapinta.
10883

Population

20 to 39

Average Age

80%

Owner %

60%

Family %

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

Buy

$720,000

House Price

Buy

$395,000

Unit Price

Buy

$720,000

Rent

$505 PW

House Price

Buy

$395,000

Rent

$430 PW

Unit Price

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

Demographics

Parkinson has a population of 10878 and the median age is 34 (According to the 2016 Australian Census). There are 2980 families residing within Parkinson and the median weekly household income is $2051, while the median weekly rent is $435. The suburb has 3455 private residential properties while 137 are vacant. Parkinson is an affluent suburb that consists almost entirely of separate houses (91%) and there are no flats/apartments. The vast majority of residents in Parkinson own their properties via a mortgage (53%) while 24% own outright, and 19% live on rent.

Transport

Parkinson is seamlessly connected with the rest of the city, via an efficient transport framework in place. Buses operate via several bus stops conveniently located throughout the suburb. While there is no train station within the suburb, the residents can access nearby stations in Altandi, Fruitgrove, and Runcorn. Major roads are easily accessible (Logan Motorway, Beaudesert Rd, and Mount Lindesay Hwy ) and they make getting around the city easy.

Education

Parkinson offers great schools for its community. However, there are no government schools within the suburb. The residents can rely on nearby bordering suburbs for primary and secondary state schools.

Amenities

Parkinson offers a peaceful lifestyle surrounded by a leafy neighborhood. There are several shopping centers that residents can rely on, Calamvale Marketplace, Westpoint Shopping Centre, Grace Plaza, and Village Square Town Centre. 22 beautiful parks adorn the suburb, and offer various recreational activities for the community. Facilities provided include basketball, playgrounds, shared pathway, BBQ/picnic spots, shared bikeways, BMX track, cricket practice net, fitness equipment, and dog off-leash areas.