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4 Things To Know About Aspley
1. Aspley, A Great Suburb for Seniors
If you’re a senior, Aspley might be right up your (lawn bowling) alley! RealEstate.com.au’s suburb profile shot below shows that 21.4% of Aspley is made up of older couples and families, followed by 13.6% elderly singles as the next highest group living in Aspley, then 13.2% being established couples and families. Maybe because it’s not a new suburb (so it’s not attracting as many younger families), its convenient shopping and public transport, peaceful nature, the nearby Carseldine Markets and more!
2. Aspley, A Suburb of Interesting History
Aspley’s history follows two Aboriginal tracks – Old Northern Road and Albany Creek Rd – which reaches south-eastwards near the point where the South Pine River crossed Old Northern Road. These two tracks greatly attracted farming business along the routes which later boosted the economy in Aspley. After World War I, Aspley had some growth in business in this district. Factories like Griffiths Sweet Factory and Hedges Dripping Factory,as well as Brickworks operated in this area. Source: Wikipedia
Interesting Wikipedia fact: In 1857, the first land sales in the area east of the Old Northern Road and South Pine River were controlled by the government of New South Wales (true!), because Queensland only separated from New South Wales in 1859.
3. Aspley, Home of the Hornets Football Club
If you think that mowing your lawn isn’t a fun activity, why not try another lawn activity: football. Established in 1964, the Aspley Hornets have competed locally and nationally. It’s a great reason to take your young (and old) ones outside to run around on the lawn and enjoy some sports fun as well.
4. Aspley, Featuring the Huge Marchant Park
Among all the parks in Aspley, Marchant Park is the biggest, with the most green lawn and facilities. It is great to enjoy your family weekend spending time at playgrounds with kids, catching up at the picnic areas. Cricket lovers come here a lot due to its complete set of cricket facilities. And don’t forget to set your lovely puppies free for a run and let them feel the soft lawn kiss their cute little palms. For refreshments, there are two clubhouses for you to visit – if you don’t take your own garden picnic lunch – they are Aspley Guide clubhouse and Aspley Scout clubhouse.
ps. If you love to spend your spare time in outdoor parks, others in the area with big lawns include: Ben Lomond Street Park; Fred Campbell Park; Albany Creek Road Park; Harry Kirby Park; Hawera Crescent Park; and Dorville Road Park.
Where is Aspley (Brisbane)?
Aspley is located 13 kilometres north from Brisbane CBD. It only takes about half an hour drive to travel between. Some distance from the CBD keeps this suburb close-to-the-action but also relatively-quiet-and-peaceful. If you just moved to Aspley and have had trouble organising your Aspley lawn to be mowed, we can help!
Aspley lawn mowing service area on a map (Image credit: Google Maps)
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