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We have written out some information on some of the suburbs of Brisbane and it’s intercity.
A Guide To The Different Suburbs That Make Up Brisbane, Australia.
The city of Brisbane, Australia is a multi-culturally diverse city, including people from many different walks of life. One of the oldest cities in Australia, it’s made up of many different suburbs – and is divided into three main zones.
1. First we have the Northern Zone, covering a number of suburbs from Kilcoy over to Bribie Island and Caboolture, then along down to Sandgate and finally around to Dayboro and coming into the northern areas of central Brisbane city.
2. The more densely populated Central Zone is made up of inner Brisbane, and then the western corridor stretching from Pullenvale to Enoggera and Ashgrove.
3. Next we have the Southern Zone, which includes suburbs like Durack in the west, then right over to the southern suburbs of Brisbane. The area of Redland Bay as well as southern Moreton Bay islands also come under this region.
While there are many other suburbs located in Brisbane, Australia, these are some of the most popular locations. By using this information, you will be able to find the suburb most suitable to your particular needs.