Brisbane is the capital city of Queensland– Australia’s second largest state by area. In addition to being the third most populous city in Australia, Greater Brisbane is the largest of Australia’s six capital cities by geographic area, occupying 15,842 sq km across South East Queensland.
Brisbane is one of the fastest-growing capital cities in Australia in terms of population and employment. Our residents are young and skilled, highly educated and culturally diverse.
The Moreton Bay Region is a diverse area, spanning more than 2,045 square kilometres and boasting everything from rural townships and urban centres to coastal villages and thriving business precincts.
Located between Brisbane City and the Sunshine Coast, Moreton Bay is one of Australia's fastest growing urban regions with its population forecast to grow by over 40 percent to more than 690,000 by 2041.
Moreton Bay has a strong and connected community that enjoys the benefits of close proximity to the Brisbane CBD and a lifestyle that's second to none.
The region offers some of South East Queensland's premier waterfront locations, pristine environmental areas, vibrant entertainment options and thriving cultural and community hubs. Residents enjoy access to award-winning medical, commercial, leisure, entertainment and residential precincts.
The council area benefits from the lifestyle features of its position at the southern end of Moreton Bay and has also been earmarked by the QLD Government as a growth corridor.
Logan is home to more than 327,000 people from more than 217 different cultures. Around 50 per cent of residents are aged 30 or younger. A hot spot for first home buyers and investors given the many residential projects under way in the area.
Logan is located between Brisbane, Ipswich and the Gold Coast, and has easy access to the national highway and rail networks
To the east is Brisbane, and to the west are the rural and agricultural areas of the Brisbane, Lockyer and Fassifern Valleys.
The city is well positioned on the national road network - 40 minutes drive from Brisbane, an hours drive from the Gold Coast and 60 minutes drive from domestic and international air and sea ports.
Ipswich comprises an area of 1090 square km and has a population of 210,000 people. Ipswich enjoys a subtropical climate and is a safe, friendly and multicultural city. Residents come from 163 different countries, speaking 152 languages.
As Queensland's oldest provincial city, Ipswich has a rich history. It is renowned for its architectural, natural and cultural heritage. Ipswich proudly preserves and still operates from many of its historical buildings and homes, with more than 6000 heritage-listed sites. Ipswich also has a range of charming townships within the western rural areas of the city, each with its own legitimate claims of historical significance.
The Gold Coast features immaculate beaches running almost the entire length of the region’s coastline which faces the beautiful blue Pacific Ocean. Match this with a favorable climate, endless attractions, nightlife, dining, friendly people, along with a safe environment, and you have Australias favourite holiday destination that’s open to the world.
The Gold Coast region is located 70kms south of Queensland’s capital city, Brisbane and it has an estimated population of 480,000 and is Australia’s sixth largest city.
Stretching from the coastal city of Caloundra, near Brisbane, to the Great Sandy National Park in the north, the Sunshine Coast is as vast as it is varied. White sand beaches and pristine waterways sit alongside lush rainforests and Heritage-listed national parks, with historic villages sprinkled throughout. From the coast to the hinterland the region is frequented by visitors all over the world, while many move there for a change of pace while still being close Brisbane.