Greenslopes is a residential suburb that lies 5km South East from Brisbanes CBD.
Many of the dwellings in the suburb of Greenslopes are 'character homes' of pre-war construction. Brisbane City Council purportedly recognises pre-war homes as being valuable to the identity of the suburb and enforces controls relating to the demolition and renovation of the original homes, whilst also ensuring that any new dwellings built in the suburb are reflective of traditional architecture and maintain and enhance the character of the streetscape. However, two- and three-story walk-up apartment buildings are increasingly the norm.
Before August 2015, Greenslopes was in Holland Park Ward but from August 2015 it is in the new Coorparoo Ward with Annerley, Coorparoo, Camp Hill and Carina Heights.
Greenslopes contains a mixture of upper end residential dwellings on the ridgeline and lower end units in the lower parts. Most houses on the ridgeline (above Ridge Street) are above $600k and many feature glistening city views comparable with any in Brisbane. Housing styles range from traditional Queenslanders to modern mansions. Greenslopes is dominated by the presence of the Greenslopes Hospital, the best private hospital in Queensland which makes it popular with doctors nurses and other health professionals. The terrain in Greenslopes varies with hills in the East and South sloping down to the Norman Creek floodplain and around the Westerm and Northern Suburbs.
South East Busway
The South East Busway is a grade separated bus-only road running south from the Brisbane central business district to Eight Mile Plains in Queensland, Australia.
Greenslopes is in between Buranda and Fairfield
Cycle Tracks with direct links to the CBD
Greenslopes Bus Way Shuttle Service
Greenslopes Private Hospital provides a free shuttle bus service, the GPH Express. The GPH Express operates between the Greenslopes TransLink Busway Station and the main entrance of Greenslopes Private Hospital between 6am and 6pm (approximately every 15 - 20 minutes), Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays). For information on local transport that connects with the Greenslopes BusWay phone 13 12 30 or visit www.translink.com.auPlease note, the GPH express is not authorised to transport children under the age of 7.
Greenslopes Mall has been proudly supporting and servicing the everyday shopping needs of the local community for more than 25 years.
Home to Coles Supermarket and a dynamic mix of 28 specialty stores, the convenient community-based centre has onsite parking for 585 cars and easily accessible public transport links, with a bus stop located directly outside the centre on Logan Road.
Stones Corner once had a reputation but it is slowly becoming the dining hub of Greenslopes and surrounding suburbs.
Greenslopes Private Hospital
The Princess Alexandra (public)
There are numerous sporting clubs close by but you are also within a 3km walking distance to the famous Gabba for AFL, Cricket and Concerts.
Greenslopes State School goes from prep to Year 6 and has an excellent reputation
There are around 20 other schools within a 3km distance some of these are:
Our Ladies College - Annerley, Yr 7 - Yr 12
Loreto College - Coorparoo - Girls Only - Yr 7 - Yr 12
Greenslopes (4120) is a suburb of Brisbane, Southern Suburbs, Queensland. It is about 6 kms from QLD's capital city of Brisbane. Greenslopes is in the federal electorate of Griffith.
In the 2011 census the population of Greenslopes was 8,565 and is comprised of approximately 50.8% females and 49.2% males.
The median/average age of the people in Greenslopes is 32 years of age.
64.0% of people living in the suburb of Greenslopes were born in Australia. The other top responses for country of birth were 4.3% India, 3.2% England, 3.1% New Zealand, 1.1% Philippines, 0.8% China , 0.8% Korea, Republic of , 0.8% Vietnam, 0.8% Malaysia, 0.7% Sri Lanka, 0.6% Ireland, 0.6% South Africa, 0.6% Bosnia and Herzegovina, 0.5% Iran, 0.4% Scotland.
74.0% of people living in Greenslopes speak English only. The other top languages spoken are 6.4% Language spoken at home not stated, 3.9% Other, 1.2% Punjabi, 1.1% Other, 1.1% Mandarin, 1.1% Hindi, 0.9% Greek, 0.9% Cantonese, 0.8% Spanish.
The religious makeup of Greenslopes is 25.7% Catholic, 25.0% No religion, 12.0% Anglican, 9.0% Religious affiliation not stated, 3.8% Uniting Church, 3.0% Buddhism, 2.7% Hinduism, 2.6% Eastern Orthodox, 2.6% Presbyterian and Reformed, 2.1% Islam.
34.6% of people are married, 48.8% have never married and 9.0% are divorced and 2.8% are separated. There are 360 widowed people living in Greenslopes.
64.4% of the people living in Greenslopes over the age of 15 and who identify as being in the labour force are employed full time, 26.5% are working on a part time basis. Greenslopes has an unemployment rate of 4.7%.
The main occupations of people living in Greenslopes are 33.6% Professionals, 15.8% Clerical & administrative workers, 10.7% Technicians & trades workers, 10.6% Managers, 9.3% Community & personal service workers, 7.3% Sales workers, 7.2% Labourers, 4.1% Machinery operators & drivers, 1.5% Occupation inadequately described/ Not stated.
The main industries people from Greenslopes work in are 17.2% Health care and social assistance, 11.8% Professional, scientific and technical services, 8.6% Education and training, 8.2% Retail trade, 8.1% Public administration and safety, 7.2% Accommodation and food services, 5.7% Construction, 5.0% Manufacturing, 4.5% Transport, postal and warehousing.
17.1% of homes are fully owned, and 25.4% are in the process of being purchased by home loan mortgage. 54.8% of homes are rented.
The median individual income is $769 per week and the median household income is $1365 per week.
The median rent in Greenslopes is $320 per week and the median mortgage repayment is $2013 per month.