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                           Victoria Point Suburb Profile

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Where is Victoria Point?

If you want the best of beachside living, within easy reach of the city action, then you’ll love Victoria Point’s idyllic location, just over 30 kilometres south east of Brisbane. Victoria Point is a vibrant suburb, boasting a beautiful environment with excellent facilities and infrastructure for families to enjoy a relaxed modern lifestyle. Victoria Point provides the main ferry port for Coochiemudlo Island, as well as servicing tourism for Moreton and North Stradbroke Islands to its north.

Victoria Point offers the best of the classic Australian coastal lifestyle, without sacrificing the hustle and bustle of the city. Brisbane is just 45 minutes drive to the north and there is a train service from nearby Cleveland for those wanting to miss the traffic and escape into their latest novel or podcast. The Gold Coast is just an hour away too, so with Queensland’s two most prosperous cities so easily accessible, career minded professionals aren’t limited with work opportunities.


Living in Victoria Point

With a growing population of almost 15,000 people, Victoria Point offers a unique blend of village life, with an active community spirit. The area is well serviced with Victoria Point Lakeside retail, restaurant and professional precinct, including a multiplex cinema and a large interactive public library. 

There are 4 schools (state and private) and more than 1200 students are enrolled from across the Redlands region at the Victoria Point State High School. The relaxed lifestyle has also made Victoria Point a popular spot for retirees with almost half a dozen retirement villages dotted throughout. 

The natural environment is a huge part of the lifestyle in Victoria Point and many families move there for the healthy active lifestyle it offers their children.     

Things to See and Do in Victoria Point

We all have our own version of paradise and for Victoria Point locals, they live in it. The lush natural surrounds make it hard to resist walks and bike rides and there are plenty of parks and walking trails – plus the esplanade - for just that purpose.  

Many of Victoria Point‘s parks and reserves have BBQ facilities and there are plenty of tranquil spots around for picnics. The sheltered bay at Thompson’s beach is great for swimming, paddle boarding, kiting and jet skiing, but if you need variety there are so many others just a ferry ride away at any of the neighbouring islands, including Coochiemudlo Island. 
Victoria Point Accommodation
Many locals have moved or returned to buy a house in Victoria Point, because the property prices and cost of living are more appealing than in the cities. It’s not unheard of for people to decide to sell a house in Victoria Point and move to Brisbane, only to return a short while later, to have a cheaper and less hectic lifestyle. You need only rent a house in Victoria Point for a few months to discover its appeal. Before you know it, you’ll be looking for houses in Victoria Point to buy

If you are interested in learning more about how to buy property in Victoria Point, or even renting houses in Victoria Point, why not check in with your local agent? First National real estate agents in Victoria Point can help, by talking to you about what’s currently on the rental market, what’s available to buy and even brief you on the local market by running you through some recently sold houses. For all of your Victoria Point real estate needs, contact the friendly team at First National Real Estate Bay Property Group Victoria Point.