Richlands, QLD 4077

3.6(9 reviews)

Ranked 250th best suburb by locals in Brisbane Region, QLD

Great for

  • Cost of living
  • Medical facilities
  • Parking
  • Public transport
  • Shopping options

Not great for

  • Nightlife

Who lives here?

  • Families With Kids
  • Professionals
  • Singles
  • Retirees
  • LGBTQ+

Reviews of Richlands, QLD

mdsy
mdsy
9th January 2022

"Very quiet, lovely neighbors"

I don't understand some have sad experience in Richlands, which I never had. My kids ,teenagers, are happy as very convenient to go their high school, easy access to the city. 15~20mins drive to Indooroopilly Shopping Centre or GardenCity Shopping Centre. 30mins rom Richlands station to Central station.
Not often crazy parties. Only twice last year I heard loud music but they were finished until 8pm.

Who lives here?

  • Families with kids
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antonr3
antonr3
9th November 2020

"Terrible neighbourhood"

I've been living in Richlands for almost a year now and cannot wait to move out. I live on orchard road in a townhouse and there is always garbage on walkways. Youngsters with modified loud vehicles will drive you crazy. I don't mind dogs barking but there are plenty. For this period I reported several garbage dumps and some really annoying hoons. There is always a hoon that will wake you up if you rent it near the road.

Who lives here?

  • Singles
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samr20
samr20
16th August 2020

"If you're considering moving into one of the many townhouse developments... don't."

The rent for these townhouses is cheap for a reason. You will be surrounded by feral families, grubby 18-20 year old sharers, and everyone has a dog so expect to hear barking daily. Our neighbours (more than one household around us) have regular domestics and one of them has punched holes in the exterior walls of the townhouses. Every Friday and Saturday there's some kind of party, sometimes even during the week. I have lived here for almost a year and the suburb is so dodgy I'm afraid to leave the apartment alone after sundown. Awful suburb and these townhouses are way too close for any privacy or quiet. Look somewhere else.

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Are you referring to the ones on government road?

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"Up & comming suburb!"

Great suburb, new train station 10 minutes walk away, just a few minutes drive to motorways to city or south to the Gold Coast. lots of parks and recreational facilities as well as shopping centres within close driving distance. A large range of ethnic diversity as well. Currently house prices are still affordable.

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  • Professionals
  • Families with kids
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"The lion art Richlands."

I took my Asian partner and caught the courtesy bus. We approached the bar and I had water as she went to the toilet.

Moments later I was told she was at the front unable to come in. I walked to the front asked why and security said he could understand her and what she said. I said she is Asian and her English is broken and he said we can serve her as I don’t understand her and what she says so I got upset and said a few things and we left.

May asians not visit here unless your English %100. Just saying.

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Rentals in Richlands

"Quiet, convenient, close to shops!"

My husband and I have lived here since we got married and it's a fantastic area! It's close to everything especially Inala plaza where you can get Asian ingredients, fruit and veges. It's close to both Ipswich Hwy and Centenary Hwy and there's also the train station. There are a lot of residential developments happening in the suburb at the moment so if you are renting, you have a lot of options at cheap prices. The only reason we decided to move is to be much closer to the city where we work . Great for young families and couples. Highly recommended :)

Who lives here?

  • Professionals
  • Singles
  • Families with kids
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"convenient and Good access"

very quiet and nice suburb with access to motorways (25 min drive to CBD), public transport (10 min walk to Richlands station) , shopping centers (5 min drive to Forest lake and Mt Ommney) , near to Inala to buy cheap groceries every day.

Great for

  • Green
  • Nice, hardworking residents
  • Train station nearby
  • Good access

Not great for

  • Some people need to grow up and stop littering on the streets

Who lives here?

  • Professionals
  • Families with kids
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pavs
pavs

From my place i timed 15min to Milton, via centenary highway, non peak, add an extra 15min and i was dropping off my car at airport parking (non use of toll tunnels)

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"Good, convenient and affordable"

A very good suburb. Good access by motorways and public transport. Has its own new train station. Many new town houses. New shopping centre. Next door to Inala, which is a green and quiet suburb, with many parks and playgrounds, schools, childcare, medical centres, authentic restaurants and fresh affordable produce at the numerous shops at Inala Civic.

Great for

  • Good access
  • Green
  • Nice, hardworking residents
  • Train station nearby

Not great for

  • Some new arrivals need to assimilate

Who lives here?

  • Professionals
  • Singles
  • Families with kids
  • Retirees
  • LGBT+
  • Students
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"Good value, good access"

A good suburb with an extensive new development. Affordable, green, with parks and recreational facilities. Good shopping options in Richlands and in Inala next door. Many affordable eating-out places, especially in the adjacent Inala. Very good access via motorways and public transport, including the new train station. Doctors (many bulk bill), schools, childcare - all nearby either in Richlands or in Inala. Inala also has three post offices, TAFE, gym at PCYC, large Buddhist temple, sports ovals, and old parks with beautiful big trees.

Great for

  • Train station nearby
  • Green
  • Nice, hardworking residents

Not great for

  • Some people need to grow up and stop littering on the streets

Who lives here?

  • Professionals
  • Singles
  • Families with kids
  • Retirees
  • Country Lovers
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