What areas do our Removalists Coorparoo cover?
We offer local, short distance removal services all over Coorparoo, please check out our list to know more about the areas that we cover.
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Coorparoo is one of those suburbs that is close enough to everything, without feeling too busy; however don’t let its closeness to the city fool you. While only 4km south-east of the city, drive time can vary depending on what time of the day you are heading in and out.
Originally known as Four Mile Camp, the suburb became known as Coorparoo in 1875. The local Coorparoo State School was founded in 1876, making it one of the oldest schools in the area. Talking of schools, there are a good number of state and private schools within the suburb and surrounding suburbs to choose from.
Coorparoo is a mixture of demographics. The under 35’s independent market make up just over 20% of the population while those in the 35-54 with a family age bracket make up 31.5% of the population. With five times the average market demand for Queensland, you may find yourself competing for property against a number of other people looking at buying or renting.
Housing costs in Coorparoo are above the median house pricing for Brisbane. A three bedroom house sells for an average price of $591,000 while a three bedroom unit sells for an average $420,000 in today’s market. The rental market sits around average for inner city suburbs – a three bedroom house averages at $460 per week, while a three bedroom unit sits a little below that at $450 per week.
You won’t be left short of things to do if living in the Coorparoo area. There are two major shopping centres within a 15 minute drive and it’s a 30 minute drive to the Bayside suburbs. The suburb is also situated near Whites Hill Reserve – 53 acres of natural bushland within the reach of the city – which has a number of walking tracks available. There is also Majestic Park – a park for the kids (and the child) within, whose main playground has been built in a fairytale setting. With play equipment that look like castles and dragons, as well as a small rock climbing wall and a 280m bike circuit, you could play all day.
If you are looking for affordable inner city suburban living, check out Coorparoo – you may be surprised with what you find.