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Mind the ducks while pedalling through Mitchelton
Mitchelton has its own quiet charm, with its darling post war homes that popped up to celebrate more prosperous times. Today, many of them are lovingly renovated but still retain the 1940s facades and decent sized blocks of land.
Kedron Brook winds its way around the north eastern border of Mitchelton and is its own little ecosystem. An abundance of wildlife calls it home and families of ducks can often be seen waddling around the banks, occasionally stopping traffic around the Brookside Shopping Centre entry via the Burwood Road roundabout.
Despite being so close to the city, Mitchelton has plenty of open spaces and green lawns to be proud of, making it a lovely place to live. In fact, it’s not far to walk or ride to any number of parks, the bicycle path and sheltered, fenced off playgrounds. The council does a great job of maintaining tidy lawns to sprawl out on and read or take a breather from a walk.
Mothers’ groups commonly meet with their babies and toddlers behind the fences, under the shade of the playgrounds where they know their little crawling wanderers can’t escape and any passing dogs can’t get in.
You’ll find clean drinking fountains with added taps for dogs to drink from, and lots of benches to sit on and catch your breath or check your fitness app. Trees abound so there is always shade along the route, even if it’s combined with stretches of full sun.
Mitchelton is a safe, family-friendly suburb with countless benefits including good public and private schools, excellent public transport facilities, a major shopping centre, a Brisbane City Council library, pony club, lawn bowls, tennis courts, soccer and footy clubs. The Council also continues to invest in upgrading accessible routes for walking and cycling to shopping centres, public transport, schools, parks and recreation areas.
Where is Mitchelton?
The home of one of Brisbane’s earliest shopping centres – Brookside Shopping Centre – Mitchelton enjoys neighbours such as Arana Hills, Everton Hills, Everton Park, Gaythorne, Ashgrove, St Johns Wood, The Gap, Keperra, Upper Kedron, Gordon Park, Grange, McDowall, Kedron, Chermside, Chermside West, Stafford, Ferny Hills and Ferny Grove. Just 8km from the City, Mitchelton is serviced by a commuter train line and it is bordered on its north-west side by Kedron Brook.
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Quick local fact: The Jan Powers Farmers Markets is Mitchelton’s hub for fresh, market produce. It draw crowds on the first Sunday of every month from 6am to 12 noon at Blackwood St, Mitchelton.