The iconic ‘Gabba sporting venue marks the border between Kangaroo Point and Woolloongabba its close neighbour.  This suburb is a closely guarded secret by its residents, filled with loving restored pre and post war homes and beautifully landscaped gardens line the streets of the residential areas.

There are lots of facilities on offer in Woolloongabba, experience gourmet delights and a myriad of cuisines and taste sensations in the Logan Road restaurant hub.  Take a short stroll to the Antique precinct where you will find lots of lost treasures for your home or maybe a vintage dress and jewellery for that special occasion.

On the border of Woolloongabba and Dutton Park lies the old Boggo Road Gaol.  This iconic precinct has a new lease on life and is now an urban renewal master plan development that is home to a providore marketplace, eateries, lifestyle housing, bus and train hubs and Government and private sector organisations.  Visitors can enjoy a historic tour of the complex and be educated about the life of the old Gaol.

In the heart of the suburb is the Gabba Central Coles shopping centre, home to Coles, Nando’s, Woolloongabba Hotel, cafes and a beauty salon.  Nearby you will also find the “Aussie Nash” hotel home of Dan Murphy’s and the Norman Hotel famous for being Brisbane’s Worst Vegetarian Restaurant.

Woolloongabba is also home to Broadway Chapel, Brisbane’s only non-denomination chapel.  This Heritage Listed venue has been beautifully restored and welcomes civil and religious ceremonies.

This inner city haven is home to everyone from young families to retirees, all ages enjoy this quiet suburb and all it has to offer.