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Taringa Property Investment

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About Taringa:

The Brisbane suburb of Taringa is located about 5 kilometres south-west of the Brisbane central business district (CBD). It is chiefly residential with a small number of commercial buildings mostly found along Moggill Road. The city is easily accessible via Coronation Drive or Milton, making Taringa very popular among students of the University of Queensland and the Queensland University of Technology. Taringa provides a calm suburban lifestyle with easy access to vital infrastructure, and is popular with property investors.

transport

Transport in Taringa:

Taringa has a railway station, which is part of the Citytrain network. The train runs on the Ipswich railway line that takes commuters to the Brisbane CBD and Ipswich. By bus, Brisbane Transport has routes to the Brisbane CBD, Chancellor’s Place at UQ St Lucia, Indooroopilly, Long Pocket, Chapel Hill and Kenmore. There are two main thoroughfares running through the suburb: Swann Road and Moggill Road.

entertainment

Entertainment in Taringa:

Spend leisure time and have fun in one of the parks at Taringa: Jack Cook Memorial Park, Oakman Park, Robertson Park, and the Taringa Playground.

Try the cinema and movie experiences in the nearby suburb of Indooroopilly including the Indooroopilly Megaplex, Event Cinemas Indooroopilly and El Dorado 8 Cinema Centre.

education

Education in Taringa:

For families with young children, Taringa offers several schools and child care centres: Queensland Academy for Science, Mathematics and Technology, St Ignatius Primary School, Toowong Primary School and Brisbane Boys’ College in Toowong; C&K Yelangi Community Preschool and Kindergarten, Brigidine Secondary College, Holy Family Primary School, Indooroopilly High School and St Peter’s Lutheran College Indooroopilly Campus in Indooroopilly. Taringa is also close to the University of Queensland in St Lucia.

hospitals

Hospitals near Taringa:

Locals of Taringa and most western suburbs go to the Taringa Day and Night medical centre for health-related issues. Suburbs near Taringa offer a number of medical facilities including Toowong Private Hospital, Wesley Hospital, HOCA @ Wesley, The Wesley Emergency Centre and Montserrat Day Hospitals.

shopping

Shopping in Taringa:

Shops and retail stores are mostly located on Moggill Road. Stores include the Taringa Day and Night Pharmacy, Video Ezy videos and video game rental, Leading Edge Video, TC’s Bike Barr, Taringa Stationery, Floral Pizazz, and more. Groceries and supermarkets include Nightowl Convenience Stores, Persian Star Supermarkets and Grocery Stores, Woolworths and Coles Supermarket.

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Taringa Real Estate profile:

The dwellings in Taringa are mostly flats, units or apartments (44%) and separate houses (41%). The rest are semi-detached, row or terrace houses, and townhouses. There are more rental properties (51.6%), compared with properties that are fully owned (24.2%) and are being purchased (22.8).

Taringa is a beautiful and green suburb, close to the city and has reliable transport systems. It is a suitable place to reside for families, young working professionals and university students, thanks to its proximity to a university, sporting fields, cinemas, cafes and restaurants. If you are an owner of a rental in Taringa, consider having it managed by property management experts at Metropole. Contact Metropole Property Management  for any of your Brisbane property management needs.

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Taringa Buyers Agents:

Metropole’s Buyers Agent office is just a 12 minute drive from Taringa and we have helped many property investors purchase in this area. Contact us to help you find the best investment property for your portfolio in Taringa.

About Michael Yardney:

Michael Yardney is one of the biggest names in property investment in Australia. He has written for just about every property magazine, newspaper and website in the country. He is also the owner of Metropole’s buyers agents in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane.

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