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Alexandra Hills – landlocked but loving it!
Though Alexandra Hills is part of the Redland Bay Council jurisdiction, it’s actually the only enclaved suburb in that waterside area. This means it’s the only Redland Bay suburb landlocked by its surrounding suburbs and isn’t on the seaside. But what it misses out on in water views, it makes up for with pretty parks.
Neighbours around Snowden Street enjoy taking a short stroll to Snowden Park, with its old-school style playground equipment and roofed picnic tables. The playground is over sand so it’s safe and easy on the knees in the event of a little fall. The gum trees in the park provide ample shade and it’s an absolute pleasure to run around between them on the well maintained lawn.
To get into Valantine Park, you can walk or ride right in from Finucane Road or enter via a handful of quieter streets. Dotted with trees and with bike paths running the length of it, it’s a lovely place to take the kids and their scooters, skateboards or bicycles because it’s flat and clear of obstacles.
The park has picnic tables and a kids’ playground as well as cricket nets and some shady walking trails. So book your Alexandra Hills mowing with us, then take a Frisbee and have a throw, or set up your own little croquet game.
David Parr Park
For those who need to use public transport, David Parr Park is ideal. You can catch the 264 or 267 bus right there where it stops on Cumberland Drive or the 266 or 267 on Brompton St. Provided with a basketball half-court and a handful of shade-cloth covered picnic tables, it’s a simple neighbourhood park with a small playground on sand and plenty of shady trees for protection.
Alexandra Hills is also home to the Meteors Netball Club, Alexandra Hills Bombers (Australian Rules Football Club) and Alexandra Hills Cricket Club, plus the Alex Hills Hotel. A very community-minded suburb, its comparatively large population is made up of families and with an average age of 35 years – which is two years younger than the Australian population.
If you don’t live in Alexandra Hills, why don’t you swing past one day and have a look around?
Where is Alexandra Hills?
Alexandra Hills is located 22km from Brisbane CBD. The main road that runs through it from west to east is Finucane Road. More than 17,000 people call Alexandra Hills home which means there is an abundance of lawns to be mowed there, as well as in surrounding Brisbane suburbs Birkdale, Thorneside, Wellington Point, Ormiston, Cleveland, Thornlands, Sheldon and Capalaba.
If you’d rather be out enjoying your local area than mowing the lawn, GreenSocks can arrange lawn mowing and garden maintenance for you in Alexandra Hills – and beyond!
Quick Wikipedia fact: Graeme Duckham, the originating producer of Better Homes & Gardens hails from Alexandra Hills!