Wilston Suburb Review (Brisbane, Queensland)


About Wilston:

Located about 3 km from Brisbane’s central business district (CBD), Wilston comprises old- and new-style homes, including workers’ cottages and modern-style homes on Wilston Hill. This Brisbane residential suburb was named after Wilston House, a house built circa 1876 by the Honourable William Wilston MC. The revamping of Kedron Brook Road resulted in the transformation of Wilston into a popular suburb. Wilston is a lovely suburb that is just right for families and professionals who work in or near the city, making it popular for property investors.


Public transport:

Wilston is serviced by Wilston train station and regular bus routes. Residents also have easy access to leisure parks and walkways located along Enoggera Creek. The train station provides access to regular Citytrain services to residents going to Ferny Grove, Brisbane or Beenleigh.



Wilston has nice parks including Clark Park, Downey Park, Eildon Hill Reserve, Flynn Oval Park and Langley Avenue Park (Beninca Oval). It is also a few minutes away from local sporting grounds such as Downey Park and Ballymore Stadium.

There are several sporting clubs in the area including Wilston Norths Junior Cricket Club, Wilston Grange Australian Football Club and the Wilston Croc swimming club.


Education and childcare:

Wilston is home to two schools, St. Columba’s Primary School on Kedron Brook Road and Wilston State School on Primrose Street. Childcare centres in the area include Nurseryland Early Childhood Learning Centres, C&K Wilston Community Childcare Centre and Little Ducks Childcare Wilston.


Hospitals nearby:

The nearest hospital from Wilston is the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital in Herston. For minor medical requirements, residents can go to private clinics and physicians in the area.



There are plenty of local stores concentrated at Wilston Village on Kedron Brook Road. It is a flourishing alfresco dining, health and wellness, and commercial precinct offering a boutique urban village atmosphere. For some serious shopping, residents can go to the bigger stores at HomeZone in Windsor or Lutwyche Shopping Centre.


Real estate profile:

The homes in Wilston are predominantly stand-alone (80.6%), whilst 11.7% are flats, units or apartments, and 7.6% are semi-detached, row or terrace/town homes. Of the homes, 36.1% are being rented, 34.4% are being purchased, and 29.1% are fully owned.


Wilston Buyers Agents:

Over the years the experiences Buyer’s Agents at Metropole have helped many property investors and home buyers purchase in this area. Why not click here and leave your details so we can be in contact and help you with your property search the best investment property for your portfolio in Wilston.