Everton Park QLD 4053

Why Everton Park?

Approximately 8km North of the Brisbane CBD, Everton Park is fast becoming a sought-after and popular suburb in Brisbane. With a population of 8,800 people, the suburb is homes to a mix of young couples and families taking advantage of the quiet location and the good size house blocks.

 Most of the housing in Everton Park is post-war, being built around the 1950’s and 1960’s and consists of very traditional three-bedroom homes. Travelling further north in the suburb, you will see the more recent developed areas where the houses took on a more modern design of high-set brick and tile homes constructed through the 1980s and 90s.

The demand for housing in the area has been strong and is likely to continue due to a combination of parks, access to the Kedron Brook, good public transport, access to the tunnels linking to Brisbane Airport and the Gold Coast. The suburb’s affordability for first home buyers, and investors and its elevated locations which offer city and suburb views are several key reasons for looking into this suburb. Everton Park is currently diversifying and attracting young couples and families keen to remodel, renovate, or knock down and rebuild modern homes. 

Everton Park is home to the recent invigoration of Everton Park Laneway which has seen the introduction of Tetto Rooftop Bar, Mozzarella Cucina & Bar, Comuna Cantina, Sichuan Papa, and Corbett and Claude. There are two shopping centres located in Everton Park, offering the residents a choice of both major retailers, Coles and Woolworths, along with the recently developed Homemaker Centre.


As with many suburbs close to Brisbane’s CBD, Everton Park is changing as young professional families are now calling the suburb home. With the suburb’s high proportion of family style homes, Everton Park will continue to attract families, making this an ideal suburb for investors looking for a blue-chip location.

The areas around the retail precinct have been rezoned over the years to allow medium density, as a result this has increased the suburbs population fueling the need for what has now become the buzzing restaurant and café precinct of Everton Park Laneway.

Health, Education and Schooling

Everton Park is home to North West Private Hospital, and The Prince Charles Hospital. In recent years several medical centers have also settled into the area. Among the state primary (Everton Park State School) and high school (Everton Park State High) located in the suburb, Everton Park is also home to Northside Christian College.

Everton Park is a central suburb to Brisbane, sitting just inside the 10km ring. The suburb offers buyers a home or investment across all budget ranges. Due to the high proportion of post-war homes the suburb has the potential to undergo a major upgrade in home types over the coming years.


Do you need a Buyer’s Agent in Everton Park who can assist you to purchase a property?

Why do you need a buyer’s agent in Everton Park? We gain access to properties that are not on the real estate forums removing competition, we have a team of past valuers and agents, we are experienced negotiators who also manage your contract process to alleviate the stress and remove the emotion.

Everton Park QLD