Brighter And some

Putting the bite on foodie suburbs

by Kate Watt, Marketing Manager 23 August 2018

Hungry? Increasing numbers of ‘foodies’ in Brisbane are choosing suburbs based solely around the kind of restaurants on offer. says ‘lifestyle’ suburbs like New Farm and Teneriffe on the northside are havens for foodies, but there are a number of other areas on the northside of the city emerging as contenders for the best places to eat.

Albion, Nundah, Banyo and Wilston are rising stars of the Brisbane foodie world, as well as being great ‘lifestyle hubs’. Those northside hot spots have been named as having a great café culture, as well as vital transport links while still maintaining a ‘community feel’.

PwC managing director real estate Robert Cavallucci said access to bars, dining and entertainment precincts was becoming increasingly important to buyers.

“It just validates what many of us think around why people choose where they choose to live and what areas of Brisbane have become hubs of activity,” Mr Cavallucci told

Property Pursuit director Meighan Hetherington said increasingly, buyers were seeking lifestyle, a village atmosphere and better connection to the community.

“Wilston is particularly popular with investors because of its village feel,” she said.

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