Here are our Top 5 reasons why we think investors, tenants and home owners are looking to live in the Greater Springfield area. The Greater Springfield area includes surrounding suburbs such as Springfield, Springfield Lakes, Augustine Heights, Brookwater, Spring Mountain and Springfield Central.
The Greater Springfield area has leafy streets with plenty of parks, nature reserves and grassed areas attracting an abundance of wildlife. But its not just the wildlife that enjoy living in the region:
Having a retail precinct which has the major anchors like Coles, Woolworths, Big W and Target along with a huge amount of speciality stores such as JB Hi-Fi, Cotton On and City Beach this shopping centre has it all and is a shopping mecca for young and old. This shopping precinct is unlike other shopping complexes and capitalises on the stunning Queensland weather with its open walkways and relaxed, casual atmosphere.
Robelle Domain central parklands is in the heart of Greater Springfield’s recreational parklands, incorporating Greater Springfield’s Orion Lagoon water park. There is also a performance stage, waterfalls, tree-top walkways, numerous shaded barbeque and picnic spaces, beautiful gardens and grassy spaces – the perfect environment for large community events and gatherings.
The Springfield Markets are a highlight every first and 3rd Sundays of the month. Held at either Robelle Parklands or the Orion Shopping precinct, these markets showcase the local artisans and attract stallholders from all over South East Queensland. From handmade soaps through to dog bowls and plants plus street food, music and entertainment these markets are a delight. There are also markets held at Ripley and Ipswich.
In the heart of Springfield Central is the health hub where the Mater Public Hospital will soon be built (and officially due to open in 2024) alongside the existing Mater Private Hospital. For those wanting the reassurance of help nearby the hospital is said to include an emergency department, intensive care and maternity facilities.
The new Brisbane Lions AFL Stadium will be the home for the women’s Brisbane Lions AFLW and will be the training hub for the men’s Brisbane Lions AFL. Construction is due to be completed in September 2022 and will also include a 4/5 Star Hotel, boutique brewery, licensed community club and a marketplace featuring cafés and restaurants. The stadium will hold 10,000 spectators.
As the Greater Springfield and Greater Ipswich areas continue to grow, its no wonder there is a hive of activity and development in these areas – creating jobs, homes and a lifestyle to match.