Real Estate News & Articles

Pedestrian Council calling for $200 fines to improve Brisbane road safety…

05 Dec2018
Pedestrians distracted using mobile phones or noise-cancelling headphones should face a $200 fine, according to the Pedestrian Council of Australia. The call comes as the Brisbane City Council introduced a raft [...] Read More...

The Brisbane suburbs transforming the face of the city

04 Dec2018
Pockets of Brisbane have changed dramatically in the past 15 years as prestige central suburbs have lost their status and young migrants bring different needs to middle and outer suburbs, a Queensland demographer [...] Read More...

Brisbane’s South Bank set for major transformation

03 Dec2018
Brisbane’s popular South Bank precinct is poised for a major revitalisation, with the Queensland Government announcing it will develop a new master plan for the area. Originally a meeting place for [...] Read More...

North v south: Brisbane's watery divide

30 Nov2018
The river is a central part of all Brisbanite's identities, whether it's which side of the river we call home, or what it represents to us culturally. Forget politics and religion - there's only one [...] Read More...

Want to buy a Brisbane apartment? They just got $100,000 more expensive ..!!

29 Nov2018
THE price of a new apartment in Brisbane is now at least $100,000 more expensive than it was only three months ago, surging to its highest level since before the global financial crisis. A new report from Place [...] Read More...

Designed disaster: how river city planners ‘got it all wrong’ …?!?!?

28 Nov2018
If Brisbane planners were given the chance to redesign the Brisbane River precinct, there would be less riverside development, no Riverside Expressway and a system of underwater tunnels. Brisbane’s river [...] Read More...

Everybody has their Brisbane River story..!!

27 Nov2018
Brisbane artist Judy Watson, a Waanyi woman, said everyone who had a journey along the river had a story to tell. Ms Watson, who revolves her artwork around body of water, found her deep connection with the [...] Read More...

Brisbane's city planning chair under fire for missing council meetings…

26 Nov2018
Brisbane City Council’s city planning chairman is under scrutiny for not turning up to council meetings due to his roles with the Local Government Association of Queensland and LGIA Super. Councillor [...] Read More...

A Giant Plant Warehouse Sale Is Coming to Brisbane

23 Nov2018
There’s a plant party and you’re invited. Melbourne plant vendor The Jungle Collective is returning to Brisbane next weekend for Rumble in the Jungle, its second warehouse sale of the year. The [...] Read More...

Brisbane’s most interesting architectural homes for sale right now..?!?!

22 Nov2018
It can’t be denied that home ownership is all about functionality; floor plan, land size and building technicalities are critical and can make or break a property. But every so often, you come across a [...] Read More...
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