Coorparoo is at the heart of several suburbs that have been booming and continue to do so. Central to the suburbs of Kangaroo Point, Woolloongabba, East Brisbane, Stones Corner, Greenslopes, Holland Park, Norman Park, Morningside, Carina and Camp Hill, Coorparoo lies just five kilometres from the centre of Brisbane City. Like all inner city real estate, it has been a much sought-after suburb for many years. A convenient and pleasant place to live, a recent resurgence of interest has had a beneficial effect on values in the area. This increasing interest has seen Coorparoo become one of the 'high-interest' areas. Such fervent interest needs no scientific explanation. Its proximity to the City, its affordability and its real beauty and character, make it true value for money.
There are numerous cafes, theatres and clubs within easy reach and the Museum and Performing Arts Centre and the parklands of Southbank are close by in South Brisbane. Our region is blessed with both train and bus transport, and it is a quick car, bus or train ride to our beautiful City and all it has to offer. Our area is also placed nicely for easy freeway access to both the Gold and Sunshine Coasts. The natural benefits of living in Coorparoo have been the catalyst for an increasingly vibrant 'Cafe Society' and this in turn goes hand in hand with a very low rental vacancy rate, a vital element for any real estate investor. At this particular point in history Coorparoo and the surrounding suburbs are an exciting place to live as well as a gilt edged real estate investment opportunity.
Coorparoo is a southern suburb of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, located approximately four kilometres from the city. Coorparoo is home of the Eastern Suburbs District Rugby League Football Club who play their home games at Langlands Park. Langlands Park regularly hosts training sessions for the Queensland and Australian Rugby League teams when they are playing in Brisbane.
The Brisbane Lions train during the week at Giffin Park, also in Coorparoo.