Kallangur, QLD 4503

4.2(18 reviews)

Ranked 136th best suburb by locals in Brisbane Region, QLD

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jennym32
jennym32
1st December 2021

"Moved from sydney"

Kallangur heights is a great area we bought a house in campbell street off market for over 700,000 the house needed lots of work but with prices rising and value for money we absolutely love the location so close to Northlakes shops only took us less than 3mins we have shops all around us food outlets and everything we need and less traffic..absolutely can't recommend it enough to anyone considering to move here ,about $200,000 cheaper than northlakes and closer to everything.

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johnm169
johnm169

So true Jenny we live around the corner welcome to the area such a beautiful great spot definitely peaceful and bigger homes and land and so accessible to everything we have lived here for 7yrs and a great place for family and shops, we are actually closer than alot of other homes are in northlakes to northlakes. Anywhere close to a major shopping centre will go up in value our home has tripled in 7 yrs ..they are very hard to find in those streets you mentioned and very sought after..

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carriejackson1
carriejackson1
24th November 2021

"Safe and peaceful"

We have been renting in Kallangur for 8 months and have enjoyed it. Anything you could think of is nearby, if not in Kallangur itself, close by in Strathpine or North Lakes (either side). Great public transport with buses and train, great major road connections also. We have mostly families and retirees in our surrounding streets and don’t hear much more than a bbq now and then and mowers. We back on to the train tracks and barely notice the trains

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miriamm2
miriamm2
18th November 2021

"Booming and fantastic investment"

We bought an old home in Kallangur few months back for 670,000 it needed a lot of work and we love the area so much great for families and rental aswell the best investment we ever did so close to Westfield shops and many other shops around ,kallangur is amazing a true hidden gem, so close and handy to gold and sunshine coast having freeway access..we highly recommend it to anyone but be quick prices are soaring up to and over 700k for 3 bed houses that need work..get in quick before it's gets unaffordable..

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affinitypropertyaustralia
affinitypropertyaustralia

Great to hear you are loving the Kallangur area Miriam. Our team live and work in the area and we love the convenience and amenity of Kallangur. It is smack bang in the middle of the Moreton Bay Region and has fantastic services. It's great to see the suburb performing so well. Back in 2019 we anticipated Kallangur was on the verge of a property boom and it hasn't disappointed property owners https://affinityproperty.net.au/kallangur-set-to-boom-as-a-property-hot-spot/

johnr67
johnr67

So true Miriam we bought a property off market in around the Campbell st Lintone st area this place up here is amazing it borders northlakes and is in a amazing position so close and handy and we paid just over 700k for a old renovated 3bed 1 bath that needed a lot of work but we love it here so close to everything the best move we have ever made I can highly recommend this area with great size blocks and great people

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phil51m
phil51m
15th November 2021

"Great location"

Great suburb we just bought few months ago in campbell street amazing and handy to everything with heaps of shops facilities and freeway so close everything is so accessible and easy,with prices soaring we were lucky to buy an old home under 650k..

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cheryly5
cheryly5

Totally we have lived here for over 5 years and watched it's growth houses are selling over 650k hitting over 700k for 3bedrooms 1 bath it's booming being so close to northlakes and amazing shops and freeways to sunshine and gold coast it's definitely the place to be we live not far from the streets you mentioned Phil and your lucky to get a house for 650k..especially now that the market is hot it's the best time to buy before investors
Won't be able to and be paying high 700k soon.its booming

johnr67
johnr67

Absouloutely Cheryl were lucky we just got in and secured our property you have to be quick and helps that we were cash buyers from Sydney at the price we paid over 700,000 our house is timber very small tho and it's just great to be in this area so family friendly and accessible to everything it is definitely going to boom up here in this part of Kallangur we absolutely love it up here great for investors and owner occupiers best decision we ever made so handy to freeways and having westfield and shops all around a true hidden gem area

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jennyw27
jennyw27
25th August 2021

"Lovely street, nice feel"

I really like living here. I live in Harding street, nice leafy street. Been here for 2 years. Neighbours on both sides are so nice.

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cheryly5
cheryly5

Yes its definately becoming a hotspot ,investors are snapping up properties its so close to everything that prices will go through the roof you cant buy anything good with everything in it for under 650k..it's great for property owners.

ryans37
ryans37

Yes you got a bargain not now tho homes that need renovation are going for well over 700,000 so you have to be quick before more people jump on ..

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haydeng1
haydeng1
21st August 2021

"Kallangur is booming"

Wow we bought our house 3yrs ago and this suburb has everything from shops to parks and access to everything freeways schools and medical facilities the best area of kallangur is up the top near lintone st lavercombe boyanda and Campbell street property prices up there are booming it's very safe and so close to Dakabin northlakes ances to plantation rd brilliant and freeway..this part of kallangur will go nuts I'm prices as you are away from the riff raff..and very family oriented majority of people been here over 25yrs lots of owner occupied homes..these areas and streets will be in very high demand and will increase dramatically..

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chrisw54
chrisw54
21st August 2021

"Great place to live"

I've lived here for 3 years. Really nice street full of professionals and friendly neighbours, quick access to lots of great things. Family's out together in the local park on weekends. Really good location, so close to everything, Westfield close by and the new Uni Campus. My family and myself are really happy we bought here, couldn't be happier.

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haydeng1
haydeng1

Absolutely its definitely booming and a great place to live

ryans37
ryans37

Totally agree the best decision we made

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somethingsomething
somethingsomething
18th August 2021

"Ktown"

Ktown, as it is known to the locals, is perfectly central to everything and very affordable. Which is why we rented here while building our new home. There's a beautiful walking track along Freshwater Creek which would be better if not for the dickheads tearing it up on their dirt bikes and stray dogs roaming around due to all the falling down back fences. So many have huge hardcore dogs who are 'very friendly' except when the attack your dog. Open the windows and you'll be blessed with the sound of neighbours screaming and swearing at their kids, and on our street the 50km/h speed sign must secretly read 'as fast as you can, nobody gives a shit.' Ktown is having a bit of an upgrade in the near future, hopefully to elevate it enough so locals start to actually care for their community instead of ending up another polished turd.

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elandl
elandl
10th August 2021

"Really dodgy suburb"

This is the only suburb I have had TWO break and enters in two years. Lots of housing commission and meth labs. I would not recommend

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somethingsomething
somethingsomething

Agreed! Can't wait to leave!

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philm12
philm12
9th March 2020

"Booming suburb so close to north lakes"

Fantastic safe family suburb convenient to everything from shops to freeways to schools to northlakes, kallangur will go up and be a very high profile suburb very soon best areas to buy lavercombe st Campbell street boyandra st up the top as it is the highest point .very safe family areas, its basically north lakes with bigger blocks rather than your 400m2 in north lakes central.

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haydeng1
haydeng1

Absolutely agree those areas up top there you mentioned are the best part of kallangur to live in very safe and so much to do property prices up here are going crazy doubling if not tripling.. why live in north lakes were you can shake your neighbours hand your so close plus here bigger blocks and better aspects

phil51m
phil51m

Yes so true we bought in campbell street it's called Kallangur heights to locals apparently as we have been told the best decision we made definitely booming great street and great area

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"A Great Place to Work and Live and Central to Everything"

Kallangur is just 26km north of the Brisbane CBD and lies at the centre of some of Australia's largest urban infrastructure projects. The region offers a combination of affordability, good infrastructure and proximity to job nodes. This is the power combination for real estate. The university will be an absolute game changer - for more visit https://tinyurl.com/Kallangurhotspot. There are many beautiful places in and around Kallangur you can enjoy for free! To plan your next adventure and learn more about what's on in the region - visit https://tinyurl.com/Moreton-Bay-Living

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haydeng1
haydeng1

Best streets up top end lintone boyanda Campbell lavercombe the best part so close to everything these streets and areas are set to boom big time

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"Brilliant location -The closer to Dohles Rocks Road, the better."

I live just off Dohles Rocks road, it's an amazing location. 1 min drive to either Kallangur or Petrie station, Trains are barely audible (you can hardly hear them), walking distance to North Leagues Club, 4 minute drive to the Motorway, 6 minute drive to North Lakes Westfield, lovely street full of friendly neighbours. Have lived here for 8 years, never any issues or problems, absolutely love it. Oh, and there's a new Uni going in across the street soon too. Hopefully it'll have some a good markets and facilities like other Uni's.

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haydeng1
haydeng1

To many midies and mosquitoes

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"Great Place to Live in Kallangur"

Great Place to Live. We bought a house here last year.
My kids are going to Our Lady of the Way in Petrie. The school is great and my family liked very much living in this area.
We never had any problems close to our house.
It is very close to Petrie express station, which is a great advantage and only 30 minutes to CBD from the express train.

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"Best value suburb I have lived in."

Been in Kallangur for about 12 months. We absolutely love it. We live in a newer house in a bushy area. Plenty of parks and space. Could do with a few more places to eat out. Fantastic value for money to buy or ren . With the train line being built it will become so much more accessible to get to the city for next to nothing.

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"Affordable, but get the right spot"

I grew up in Kallangur, and had a wonderful childhood. My husband and I are thinking of buying in the area because it is so affordable. However, there are certain areas to avoid, particularly the closer you get to the main strip on Anzac Avenue. There can be some pretty "wild" people living around there (some, but definitely not all!). It is close to everything - Redcliffe beaches, 40 mins to the Sunshine Coast, 45 mins to the city, shopping at North Lakes etc. The only problem is the lack of a good high school (unless you live closer to North Lakes) and the amount of townhouses going up in the area. Why they would want to put high density living in an area with no train station is beyond me. But overall, I enjoyed growing up in this suburb, and hope to buy my first home there fairly soon.

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Jason75
Jason75

Over the last five years I have enjoyed living and working in Kallangur. I own two local businesses and also sell and manage a lot of property within the area. My two sons go to child care within the suburb and I have found ABC in Kallangur great to deal with. My sons will be going to North Lakes when they are older enough as the education system is a little more advanced and offer more than the local Kallangur public schools. If you ever need any real estate advice please feel free to call me any time:

philm12
philm12

The best part of kallangur is the top part like Campbell street lavercombe it's up high and a stones throw to northlakes which has everything the best place to be ,watch for major price increases bigger blocks better area

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"Has become very over-crowded!! VERY quickly...!!"

I grew up in Kallangur and spent the first 30 years of my life there, it used to be a beautiful place to call home almost perfect, but as time has past and money hungry developers have gotten into the picture it is now an over-crowded, noisy, bypass to Mango Hill / North Lakes which they have also distroyed.. Many of the properties in the original part of Kallangur are ex-Housing Commission properties. I miss the old Kallangur would never live there again now.. am glad I still have some photo's of our beautiful it used to be before they ruined it. Many wildlife lost their homes while the developers cleared the land and slapped up other buildings.

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"Kallangur - home is where the heart is"

Kallangur is surrounded by the beautiful mountains of samford, close to the beach of redcliffe and bribie island. Its a suburb with every thing at your fingertips. Trains, buses, shopping centres, rural surrounds, the North Pine dam, pretty Petrie and a good mix of people. It has a diverse range of demographics, has a Westfield Shopping Centre and is an area of growth. It also has lots of natural habitat for wildlife - which should be protected, so if you move here and love this aspect, stand up and speak for it. It is not far from the city in non peak hour traffic in the car, but if you have to commute, use the train services. It is far enough away from the hustle and bustle of the chaotic city life to give you that sense of isolation from it all when you get home of an evening.
I said I would never live on the northside, however, I will definitely shed a tear when I sell my little piece of peace. :)

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hawaii99
hawaii99

Hi there i was wondering if anyone can elaberate more on schools in the area please. High schools and primary schools do you know if there are semi private schools in the area?. Or does anyone know where Bolte Cresent is and if you know if that is a good area to be in? Thank you

KM32
KM32

Hi! I'm not sure where Bolte Cres is, I'm sorry, but I may be able to help with schools. My siblings and I went to Undurba State School, which is just next door in Murrumba Downs. We absolutely loved it. My nephew goes there now, and it has such a lovely school culture, even though it is getting quite big. I don't know too much about Kallangur State School, except I have heard it is a little rough. You also have a choice of both state and private schools at North Lakes now, which are all brand new and have excellent facilites, and there is a private Lutheran school (name escapes me, sorry!) that goes from Prep to 12, also in Murrumba Downs and I've heard lovely things about that too! Hope this helps in some way.

Jason75
Jason75

Hi Hawaii99, Bolte Street is off Marsden Rd Kallangur. I currently manage a lot of properties within that area and in that street. The semi private schools you will have to look towards North Lakes and the new school in Murrumba Downs. I live locally myself and have two sons that are still in the child care system and will be attending North Lakes next year. If you need any more advice or help please feel free to give me a call.

Northlakes
Northlakes

We are looking to buy in Kallangur....I have teens down to tots and I want to know if it is a safe suburb and anywhere to avoid? I drove around butterfly estate I think it was, established area....

Jason75
Jason75

I own investment properties in Kallangur and lived their for over 7 years. I currently manage over 350 properties in this suburb and have never had a problem. The butterfly estate is a nice estate surrounded by nice people and quality homes. Should you need to speak with me in person my number is 0400 389 116. Thanks Jason Smith Ray White Murrumba Downs

DashH
DashH

HI Jason can you let me know I will be moving to good fellow road in Kallangur , so is it a safe area to live ? or should I opt for North lakes
I will be working in Deception bay from next month

Jason75
Jason75

Hi Dash, Good Fellows Rd has lot of Town Houses and rentals in this street. It is also very busy at the moment with the train line coming through. I manage close to 600 properties in the area and none of my tenants or clients cause me any problems. Overall it is a middle class working area

Thanks Jason Smith Ray White Murrumba Downs-Kallangur

DionS
DionS

Hi Jason, I just bought a lovely townhouse on Brickworks street. Given your real estate experience do you think the value of said townhouse and Kallangur overall would increase once the train station is operational? Is it a good area to invest in? It seems to get a lot of bad reviews from people

Jason75
Jason75

Hi Dion, Being An Elite Performer with over 550 sales in the local area within the last 4.5 years, being a local investor myself and currently managing over 480 properties today, I cannot see any growth within the Town House Market over the next 4 years as there is just an over supply. For further information please feel free to email me at [email protected] or 0400 389 116 Thanks Jason Smith Ray White Murrumba Downs-Kallangur

TraceyS2
TraceyS2

Hi Jason, I'm looking at buying an investment property around the Kallangur, murrumba downs, north lakes area! Could you tell me if there is a high need for people to rent houses in this area and with your experience does each rental have multiple applications put in?

Jason75
Jason75

Hi Tracy, I would have to say 4 bedrooms, 2 bedrooms and a double lock up garage are the best investments to buy if you are looking for multiple applications. I would stay away from buys streets and take into consideration if the property you buy has ceiling fans, air conditioning, dish washer, side access, pool or a shed. My vacancy rates at the moment are 2.2% and I manage over 500 properties in the Moreton Bay Region. Should you wish to talk with me in person about your next purchase I am best on 0400 389 116 or [email protected] Thanks Jason Smith Ray White Murrumba Downs

richardc8
richardc8

Hi Jason, would you be kind to give your opinion about a property we have found in Bottle Brush ct in the area of Ann St and Marsden? Can that area be called "good area" for mid life family?

artm
artm

hi i looking for a nice house so as to co mute to bris for my work but i am a keen gardener and would like a large block for that purpose think it should be a qld lander any ideas

melissa-j-duncanm
melissa-j-duncanm

Hi Jason, I'm currently relocating from Victoria to qld and was offered a possible rental in kallangur near the highway and shops if tht means anything, please are u able to tell me any areas to avoid as I'm a single mum with teens, I was hoping to move into the Redcliffe area but with less then a month until relocation I'm starting to panic
Kind regards mel

Jason75
Jason75

Hi Melissa Kallangur is a nice area with good hard working decent people. I lived in Kallangur for 5 years with my three children and wife. If you need to speak with me any further on this matter you can reach me through my web site jasonsmith.raywhite.com Thanks

saras13
saras13

Hi,
We're living in Toowong and suffering from midges and mosquitoes even inside the house while having screens. We want to relocate to Kallangur. Is this problem persists there, too? We would appreciate if you can help us. I have severe allergy to their bites and I know, I should try to be as far as possible from slow moving waters. Thanks.

Jason75
Jason75

Hi Sara I have lived in Kallangur for 5 years and worked in the area for 10 years and there are no midges, unless you live on the river. Mosquitoes are hear like anywhere in Brisbane, especially in the wet seasons Thanks Jason Ray White Murrumba Downs

saras13
saras13

Thank you for your kind help. What about pools, do we need to be far from them, too?

Jason75
Jason75

Pools do not effect Midges or Mosquitoes as the chemicals in the pool kill their eggs.

jayd8
jayd8

Hi Jason, I've noticed, that like many "reel" estate agents, your spelling is broken in many of your commments. Is this indicative of the advertisements you post for people advertising their properties with Ray White?
" I own investment properties in Kallangur and lived their for over 7 years"
"Mosquitoes are hear like any other region"

If somebody wants to list their property, their most prized possession, with your Ray White location, wouldn't they want a professional who can spell?

Jason75
Jason75

Hi Jayd8! Thank you for your comments and feedback in relation to my broken spelling. I will take that on board. I wish you all the best for the rest of 2020 and have a fantastic weekend. Regards Jason

caroline-smithersc
caroline-smithersc

Hi everyone, I'm looking to move to Brisbane in next two months from Sydney. I was looking at Deception Bay but I'm now looking at Kallangur because it does sound nicer and safer.
Im only on welfare payments at moment but I will be looking for work when I arrive, I had been working in aged care here in Sydney.
Im looking for shared house in walking distance to amenities.

Thank you
Caroline

haydeng1
haydeng1

Prices around lintone boyanda lavercombe and Campbell streets are booming as it's the highest point hitting over 650 k wow

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