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The origin of the name Warner is from an early civilian surveyor by the name of James Warner. Lots of parks, playground equipment and 3 manmade lakes have been created at the heart of Warner Lakes, specifically for residents. Warner boasts over 10 neighbourhood parks and counting, plus kilometres of walking and bike paths throughout the community. Warner gives your family space to make the most of an active, outdoors lifestyle. Buses connect you to local railway stations & shopping centres
The origin of the suburb name is from an early property owner by the name of James Cash. There are still old easements in the area allowing for cows to pass through the streets. Cashmere is what I would call a boutique suburb with a mix of traditional and larger blocks plus acreage allotments for those wishing to make a tree change. Cashmere was mentioned in a Courier Mail article as one of Brisbane’s top 10 liveable suburbs. Cashmere is bounded to the north by Lake Samsonvale and is located west of Warner. Drop in and have a Coffee at Taste Buds at the entrance to IGA Cashmere
It is named after John Bray, a former Shire councillor. Founded in 1974 it offers a range of homes from 20 to 40 year old high set’s to 2 to 20 year old lowset brick & tile homes. Popular with first home buyers and those looking for bigger blocks of land with block sizes being predominately over 600 SQM. You can walk or use buses to connect you to local railway stations & shopping centres
The area was originally known as Harrisons Pocket before the modern day adaptation and implementation of the name Joyner. The origin of the name Joyner is from the Joyner family, early inhabitants in the area. Joyner is located east of Lake Samsonvale.
It offers homes from traditional lowset brick & tile to executive styled homes. Block sizes from 450 SQM to 2 acres blocks. Buses connect you to local railway stations & shopping centres
The origin of the suburb name is from an early property owner by the name of Stephen Lawn. The property was acquired by Queensland Rail and was named Lawnton. It is a suburb that offers both old & new homes on blocks ranging from 400 SQM to over 2 acres. The Lawnton industrial estate is located on the eastern side of the railway line and offers local services and employment. You can walk or use buses to connect you to local stations
The area now known as Strathpine was originally developed in the 1860s.The area was known for sugar and rum production, with several sugar mills and distilleries in the area. The area was first named Strathpine by the railways in the 1880s. The population boomed in the 1940s when a large army camp and airfield was located in the area.
The origin of the suburb name is from an early inhabitant by the name of Tom Petrie – the township was named Petrie after his death. It has both high set and low set brick homes generally 20 plus years of age. The Petrie on Pine estate offers newer homes with some definitely in the executive home class. Petrie has a large number of 1000 SQM blocks. You can walk or use buses to connect that you to the station.