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Stones Corner Suburb Profile
4120 QLD
Stones Corner Suburb Overview
Stones Corner is centred on the junction of Logan Road and Old Cleveland Road. The area was originally known as Burnett's Swamp, being low-lying land around the flood-prone Norman Creek. James Stone bought the triangle of land (the "corner") south-east of the intersection of Logan Road and Old Cleveland Road in 1875. He tried to get a licence to operate a hotel at the location but was unsuccessful, so he brewed and sold ginger beer instead. The area took the name Stone's Corner as a result and later became a suburb with that name.
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Population

31

Average Age

40

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50As of the census of 2021, there were 2336 people living in Stones Corner. Out of this population, 49.1% were male and 50.9% were female. The median age was 31 years. Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people make up 1.4% of the population. 62.7% of the population was born in Australia. 70.2% of the population speak English, while 25.8% don’t.

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Demographics & Lifestyle of Stones Corner
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Demographics

As of the census of 2021, there were 2336 people living in Stones Corner. Out of this population, 49.1% were male and 50.9% were female. The median age was 31 years. Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people make up 1.4% of the population. 62.7% of the population was born in Australia. 70.2% of the population speak English, while 25.8% don’t.

Transport

The distance between Brisbane and Stones Corner is 4 kilometres. Brisbane to Stones Corner via train takes 15 minutes. Brisbane to Stones Corner via taxi takes 6 minutes. A direct bus departs from King George Square, 2e, and arrives at Stones Corner station, platform 2. Services depart every 10 minutes and operate every day. The journey takes approximately 13 minutes.

Education

Stones Corner Community Kindergarten Greenslopes State School AIBT.

Amenities

Hanlon Park is a lush urban oasis, attracting locals and visitors alike, with shared pathways that loop around the park, two playgrounds, public artwork, terraced seating, creek crossings, and a new amenities block. Picnic shelters and benches are scattered throughout the green space, which now boasts an impressive 462 trees and 43, 000 shrubs. The park features public artwork by Australian artist Belinda Smith. Re-Wild celebrates the significance of returning Norman Creek to a natural waterway at Hanlon Park/Bur'uda.