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Why Live In North Lakes / Mango Hill?

By Sophie Anderson

North Lakes has a variety of features and community services second to none. From its beautiful lakes to new retail warehouses, youth spaces and health facilities, everything you need is right at your doorstep. This beautiful suburb is located in the heart of Brisbane North with easy access to the Bruce Highway. 30km from the Brisbane CBD, less than 30 minutes to the Brisbane Airport, 55 minutes to the gorgeous Sunshine Coast Beaches, close to the Moreton Bay Rail Link and only a short drive to boating and fishing! Below is a list of amazing community features this growing suburb has!

Education and Childcare

North Lakes has three schools – The Lakes College, North Lakes State College and Bounty Boulevard State School and six Childcare Centres.

Shopping and Dining

Westfield North Lakes includes Myer, major supermarkets, Kmart and Ikea (coming in 2016), Event Cinemas and specialty stores, New “The Laneway” section which has 8 new dining restaurants and water features! Masters Home Improvement, Australia’s biggest Bunnings Warehouse, Good guys, Pillow talk, A huge pet store, Super Amart, Costco membership warehouse, Hilltop Village convenience shopping centre, Town centre tavern, restaurants and cafes and much more!

Sport and Recreation

North Lakes has more than 60 local and village parks, three district parks and eight sports fields. Dozens of playgrounds, skate park, play centre and skate rink. 80kms of walking paths and bikeways plus two dog parks, a beautiful championship Graham Marsh-designed 18-hole golf course and resort-style club and even an aquatic centre and separate learn-to-swim academy!

Health and Wellbeing

North Lakes has it’s very own Health Precinct and State Of The Art Day Hospital, Medical centres and allied health services, Indoor/outdoor youth and performance space, North Lakes Retirement Resort, Numerous gyms and sporting clubs!

Business and Public Parks

55-hectare North Lakes Business Park, Public transport interchange in Town Centre, Police Station and Ambulance Station and a $45 million civic centre and a massive library!

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