Opportunity: Nundah | Brisbane City Council

Nundah is a connected and convenient boutique village with a retail and dining focus.

Council is currently working with local businesses in Nundah to develop a Local Business and Destination Plan. This collaborative work, known as a Local Business Partnership Initiative, identifies opportunities for improving local investment to support the Local economy.

Council is also planning to deliver free Wi-Fi to further enhance Nundah as a thriving local business precinct.

Connected and accessible

  • Within eight kilometres of the Brisbane Central Business District (CBD)
  • Train stations at Nundah and Toombul
  • Well served by buses particularly along Sandgate Road and a bus interchange at Toombul Shopping Centre
  • Intersected by the Sandgate Road major arterial
  • Easy access to the M1 Gateway Motorway providing connections to the north and south
  • Convenient to Westfield Chermside, Brisbane Airport, Australia TradeCoast and Direct Factory Outlet

Local trends

  • Vibrant urban village
  • Retail and dining focus
  • Farmers market
  • Walkability and convenience
  • Apartments and townhouses
  • Period homes and workers cottages
  • Historical buildings

Precincts

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  1. Sandgate Road high street – restaurants, cafés and shops
  2. Nundah Village Shopping Centre – Woolworths anchored centre with specialty stores and underground parking
  3. Commercial and industrial on either side of the train line, and the train station carpark is home to the Nundah Markets
  4. Toombul Shopping Centre – large complex with Kmart, Target, Coles, Aldi and Bunnings as well as specialty stores
  5. Nudgee Road industrial – pocket of industrial backing onto Southern Cross Way

Driving opportunity

Population growth

Generating additional demand for goods and services

  • Expected to grow at more than 1% each year
  • More than 52% of the working age population under the age of 35

Development activity

Bringing more people to live and work in the area

  • 105 residential dwellings approved in 2017
  • $1.1 million of non-residential building approvals in 2017
  • Three to provide 120 apartments in a nine-story residential tower as part of the Circa development on Station Street
  • Brooklyn on York Street providing eight townhouses
  • Approved upgrade of Norths Devils Leagues Club for refurbishment and extension of the clubhouse
  • Approved child care centre at Oxenham Street
  • Approved retirement facility providing 52 apartments at Union Street and proposed residential care development to provide 184 units in Union Street as part of the Zion precinct

Infrastructure projects

New roads, transit, school, hospitals and other major infrastructure projects create significant opportunities for business

Strong employment

Increasing consumer spending and stimulating economic growth

  • Recent employment growth of more than 2%
  • 385 employing businesses in the region

 

Who has taken the opportunity?

  • New boutique laneway style florist, Flannel Flowers, opened in the Ryans Road complex (2018)
  • Éclair Macaron established a dessert and high tea parlour on the Sandgate Road (2017)
  • Helmet Hair Co opened on Sandgate Road (2017)
  • Nundah Corner Café & Bistro opened on Sandgate Road (2017)
  • HMB Barbers opened in Nundah Village Shopping Centre (2017)
  • The Block House coffee house and bar chose a white weatherboard building that was once a motorcycle workshop (2016)
  • Bunnings chose Toombul Shopping Centre for its first smaller format Bunnings store (2016)
  • KLM Solicitors established an office on Sandgate Road (2016)

Planning frameworks

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