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Discussion in 'Renting & Real Estate' started by lucloo, Sep 16, 2009.

  1. lucloo

    lucloo Guest

    Hi We live in WA and are relocating in the next few months to brisbane,I have been looking at buying a house in Heritage Park,But do not know very much about this suburb. My Husband will work in the city. we know it a little south but he rides a bike and doesn't mind a little trip to work .Can any one give me any info on the area and schools. Many thanks lucloo.

  2. cal

    cal Super Moderator

    Hi Out of the 2 areas you mention Heritage Park is the nicer, newer houses, good schools,friendly people and all amenities only a stones throw away, including the huge plaza at Browns Plains(our local shopping ctr).
    However commuting by push bike into the city would be both dangerous and a trip and a half, it would be easier to catch a bus or drive to the nearest train station,park there and commute in on the train.
    Beaudesert Rd which is the main road you would use into the city doesn't have full bike lanes and is chocka with trucks, cars etc, i would seriously look into the commute on a push bike.
    Hope this helps
    Cal x
  3. lucloo

    lucloo Guest

    Heritage park

    Hi Cal,thank you for your reply, I forgot to put the word motor in front of Bike in in last post so I don't think getting to work will be a problem. One more question if your able to answer. I was on a forum about primary schools the other day and the one for the catchment my children would be in is Yugumbri state schooland some people were not giving it good reviews . can you give me any info on that.Also can my children go to a different school outside the catchment. Many thanks lucloo.:rolleyes:
  4. Rudi

    Rudi Relocation Brisbane

    Hi Lucloo

    Your children would be allowed to go to a school from outside your area, but only if the school has places, so you would need to check that first.

    Hope that helps


  5. lucloo

    lucloo Guest

    Heritage park

    Thanks for that, I will look into it.

    I have another question if anyone can anwser, I looked on google maps and about 2kms away from where im looking to buy i have noticed the browns plains land fill. What problems come along with living that close to it , I have read about it but would really like to know what peoples thoughts are on it .Thanks again for everyones help.
  6. cal

    cal Super Moderator

    Hi one of my good friends here moved across from Heritage Park her son went to Yugumbri and she was happy with it, from what she talks about it sounds fine to me although i have never been to visit myself.

    Glad you forgot the motor bit,lol, i was thinking ''bloomin heck thats one hell of a ride'',lol

    As for the land fill, you never hear anything at all about it and i am sure you would if it caused problems in any way. Property in Heritage park is slightly more expensive than its surrounding suburbs such as Boronia Heights, Regents Park, Browns Plains etc if the land fill caused problems i don't think this would be the case.

    Hope this helps
    Cal x
  7. lucloo

    lucloo Guest

    Heritage Park

    Thank you so much that info really helps and makes a lot of sense.
    I too had a mental picci of my Husband riding his push bike that far too funny. Thanks again Lucloo :biggrin:

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