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North Lakes

The suburb of North Lakes is located just 26km north of Brisbane in the local government area of the Moreton Bay Regional Council.

As one of the fastest developing areas in Brisbane, North Lakes has a lot to offer its residents. Known for easy living, with schools, shops, restaurants, parklands, bike and walking paths all being in abundance. North Lakes has also recently improved transport links to the city.

Real Estate in North Lakes is wide-ranging and appeals to families, busy professionals and empty nesters alike. From spirited neighbourhood communities to chic city-style living, prestige homes and lakeside property, North Lakes offers a wide choice of real estate solutions.

North Lakes Business Park started construction in 2007 and is planned to take seven years to fully complete. It will ultimately create 5,000 jobs, cover 55 hectares and cost $130 million.

Construction of a walk-over bridge crossing the Bruce Highway and leading onto a path/corridor that heads to the Dakabin railway station opened on 12 December 2014 with the planned walk or ride to be approximately 2.5 km. The rail line from Petrie to Kippa Ring is due for completion late 2016.

The team at Ray White North Lakes are proud to call this amazing suburb home. If you are looking to buy, sell, or rent in North Lakes, please give us, the local experts a call.

Mango Hill

Mango Hill is the sister suburb to North Lakes and located just north of Brisbane. Its local government area is the Moreton Bay Regional Council.

The area was named Mango Hill on 1 September 1980, after the mango trees lining Anzac Avenue as it passes through the area. In the 2011 Census, Mango Hill became clearly known as the young couples suburb with the average age being 33 years or 4 years below the Australian average. The population was 4,340 with 51.6% female and 48.4% male. Just over 69% of people living in Mango Hill were born in Australia. The other top countries of birth were England 8.3%, New Zealand 6.4%, and South Africa 2.3%.

In March 2006, the northern part of the suburb was subdivided to form the suburb of North Lakes by the Department of Natural Resources, Mines and Water. While this plan will control the rapid development underway, some very community based infrastructure has been built or is in the planning stage. Including a wide selection of parks, kids playgrounds, great options for schooling of all ages and the Mango Hill Tavern for bringing families together.