Fernvale, QLD 4306

4.4(3 reviews)

Ranked 10th best suburb by locals in West Moreton Region, QLD

Great for

  • Clean & green
  • Parks and recreation
  • Peace and quiet
  • Cost of living
  • Lack of traffic

Not great for

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Who lives here?

  • Families With Kids
  • Retirees
  • Country Lovers
  • Professionals
  • Singles

Reviews of Fernvale, QLD

"Closer than you think!"

I love Fernvale, i love the small town feel but with modern ammenities and with access to the Warrego Highway in 10 minutes it's not too far out to commute. We bought our home in Honeywood Estate well over a year ago and were surprised at how friendly and quite the area has been. NBN to our door, a great shopping centre down the road and everything is within walking distance. We moved from Brisbane and have really enjoyed the change. The weekends are always busy in town with the bakery, markets on a Sunday and with Wivenhoe Dam just down the road, there is always something to do. No regrets about moving to Fernvale.

Great for

  • Friendly
  • Peaceful
  • Picturesque

Not great for

  • Not much public transport

Who lives here?

  • Families with kids
  • Retirees
  • Country Lovers
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bernardc4

How about the flooding? This area was affected in the last one.

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"Quiet and Convenient"

Fernvale is a lovely place to live, been here since 2005 and could not be happier. A local Woolworths complex is only a 2 min drive and the local produce markets on Sundays are great. A short drive to Ipswich and Riverlink shopping centre. The neighbours are friendly and this is the perfect place to bring up children with a primary school at Fernvale and a Secondary school at Lowood. The new sporting complex is also good for the spin class. We work in Brisbane and make the daily commute which is now around 45-50mins with the upgraded Ipswich motorway.

Great for

  • Friendly
  • Peaceful
  • Picturesque

Who lives here?

  • Professionals
  • Singles
  • Families with kids
  • Retirees
  • Country Lovers
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"A real tree change, without the price tag"

Fernvale is in the Lockyer Valley, nestled between Esk, Lake Manchester and Wivenhoe on the Brisbane Valley Highway. It's like the best of both worlds, less than 20 minutes from Ipswich CBD and only 35-40 minutes from Brisbane, yet it's a peaceful, semi-rural paradise. What attracted us to Fernvale was that it was obviously going ahead. It already had most of the things a small town needs to make it viable like pubs, shops, cafes, a school, etc., but there was so much new infrastructure development happening there including a supermarket/shopping centre, a medical centre, child care centre and more. For us, Fernvale has all the charm of nearby Esk, but without the inflated prices. You can walk anywhere in the town, but if you want to take you care it's easy to park too. And you can still buy a house and land here for $300,000!!!

Great for

  • Friendly
  • Peaceful
  • Picturesque

Not great for

  • Not much public transport
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bernardc4

What about the flooding? This area was affected by the last one.

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