Albion (4010) forms part of the Northern Suburbs, Queensland and sits adjacent to Ascot and Clayfield and is about 5 kilometres from Queensland’s capital city of Brisbane.
Automotive, building suppliers and like industry line the narrow streets that sit wedged between Breakfast Creek and the Albion Park Raceway.
For years the suburb has been an industrial and local sporting hub just a few hundred metres down the road is Crosby Park — home to Brothers Rugby Club — and the Queensland Cricket Association.
Places like Bunnings, Repco and Battery World are found along Hudson and Sandgate roads, which wind their way over Albion Hill.
Located just five kilometres from Brisbane CBD, Albion has long been forgotten in favour of its more affluent Ascot, Windsor and Clayfield neighbours… but in recent years the landscape has started to change and later this year hundreds of new residents will call the inner-city suburb home.
Albion Park Raceway It is the busiest racing precinct in the southern hemisphere, running greyhound and harness race meets seven days a week.
Median price for houses is $764,500 with annual capital growth at 4.41%,
Median price for units is $485,000 with annual capital growth 5.35%,
A sample of the local demographics is as follows:
Independent youth 24.9%
Maturing and established independence 21.3%
Elderly singles 10.6%