What areas do our Removalists Chambers Flat cover?
We offer local, short distance removal services all over Chambers Flat, please check out our list to know more about the areas that we cover.
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Removalists Chambers Flat
With its southern and eastern borders sitting along the Logan River, Chambers Flat sits between Waterford-Tamborine Road and the Mount Lindsay Highway. It is on the southern end of the Logan City Council area, 60km to the Gold Coast (Southport), 40km to Brisbane and 20km to Beenleigh. Being quite close to all of these areas makes it a perfect suburb for anyone looking to commute to any of the major areas for work.
Chambers Flat is a pretty popular suburb with families, and with the large number of primary, secondary and day care facilities in the surrounding suburbs, it should be easy to find a school that suits your needs. There is also a TAFE campus at nearby Loganlea.
House prices in Chambers Flat may be a little higher than the average around the Logan area; the average sale price is $508,250 while the average rental price if $415 per week. This is generally above the average Queensland sale and rental price. It is a semi-rural suburb with little major development happening; however there are some empty blocks which will likely be developed into residential houses in the future.
Property in the suburb ranges from one acre lots up to 10 acre lots, with many properties towards the larger end keeping horses; this is certainly the area to live if you would like a horse but can’t afford a large property. There are also some fruit and vegetable growers in the area growing products.
In regards to recreational facilities in the suburb, there isn’t a lot. There is a golf course in the northern part of the suburb, but for anything else you will need to go outside the suburb itself. In surrounding suburbs you will find equestrian parks, yoga, football, tennis, archery and an indoor sports complex.
With a lot of natural bushland, quiet surroundings and plenty of bird and wildlife, Chambers Flat is asuburb for those who want to come home to peace and quiet after a day of work.