Annerley, an inner Brisbane suburb, is shown in these stunning airial photographs surrounded by Greenslopes, Fairfield and Yeronga. Only a few kilometers from the Brisbane River, Annerley provides both the local and visitor with a wide range of activities. Add to Description →
For cricket enthusiasts, the Brisbane Cricket Grounds, or the ‘Gabba as it is affectionately known, is close by between Vulture and Stanly Streets. Many locals join the Heart Foundation’s Gonewalking program, enjoying a guided leisure walk every Monday and Thursday. Meet at the picnic shelter in Thompson Estate Reserve on Baron Street. The Brisbane River provides many opportunities for boating enthusiasts.
Only five kilometers from the Brisbane CBD, Annerley is easily accessed via the South East Freeway, or the Pacific Motorway, which allows traffic to quickly exit the CBD via the Captain Cook Bridge, seen in these wonderful aerial photographs. Alternatively, come over the Victoria Bridge to West End, a vibrant multicultural suburb with many ethnic restaurants.
Annerley is a mixture of separate houses, units, workers cottages and Queenslanders, offering a wide variety of homes to suit all desires and pockets. The suburb is served by wonderful dining options, with pubs, restaurants, takeaways and cafes. For shopping, try the local ones on Ipswich Road or at Chardon’s Corner and Fairfield Gardens.
Annerley locals are served by great hospitals such as Greenslopes Private Hospital seen in these photographs. The Mater Hospital in South Brisbane is also close by.
There is much to do in Annerley and its surrounds, one of the most livable suburbs in Brisbane.