Who lives in Kenmore?
The population of Kenmore is made up of a healthy mix of all age and family groups. In particular, Kenmore is popular with young professionals and downsizers thanks to the proximity to the city, the laid-back community and lifestyle on offer.
Here’s a breakdown of the demographics that make up Kenmore based on data from realestate.com:
20.8% Established Couples & Families
17.2% Older Couples & Families
11.7% Maturing Couples & Families
6.9% Maturing & Established Independence
With an estimated population of 9,613 most people who move to Kenmore do so to stay close to city, while still living in suburbia. A significant portion of buyers are retirees who are seeking a smaller dwelling, but with a median age of 39.4, there remains families and younger generations occupying the area.
A thriving local economy
Kenmore remains a prosperous suburb, with the median employee income sitting around $59,162. The number of jobs sits at around 7,421, and 4,546 taxpayers reported having private health insurance (Australian Bureau of Statistics). As a young professional in Kenmore, there’s plenty of opportunity for success. For downsizers and retirees, the 654 people with an age pension indicates you’ll also able to live comfortably in Kenmore.
Kenmore catchment offers renowned schools
For those looking for a place to raise their family, the Kenmore catchment has fantastic schools to
• Ambrose Treacy College
• Brigidine College
• Brisbane Montessori School
• Fig Tree Pocket State School
• Holy Family Primary School
• Indooroopilly State High School
• Indooroopilly State School
• Kenmore South State School
• Kenmore State High School
• Kenmore State School
• Our Lady of the Rosary School
• St Peters Lutheran College
• The Glenleighden School
Get around with easy transport access
One of the most desirable aspects of Kenmore is the proximity and easy access to everything you need. Less than 11km from the CBD, there is easy transportation access along Moggill Road and the Centenary Highway to major transport networks like Coronation Drive or the Legacy Way toll road.
Along these roads, there are fast journeys to hospitals, schools, shopping centres and more. The public transport in Kenmore is world-class, with regular bus stops that run from Kenmore to the CBD, as well as TransLink’s park-n-ride access areas that allow you to park your car and commute to the city.
Looking to future developments, there is a 3.3km bypass proposed as a major linking road for Moggill Road and the Centenary Motorway which will further minimise congestion in peak hours.
An abundance of green spaces
The Kenmore catchment area is known for its green spaces. 6.7% of the suburb’s 5.8 square kilometre surface area is covered by nearly 20 parks. Some of these include:
• Kingfisher Park
• Mount Coot-tha
• Yaraway Pony Club
• Kenmore Hills Bike Paths
• Akuna Street Park
• Bricks Riverside Park
• Sir Thomas Planetarium
Why choose Treetops at Kenmore?
Tucked away among a lush assortment of Eucalyptus trees, Treetops offers all the best bits about Kenmore. You’ll be spoilt for choice with nearby nature trails and shopping centres all at your fingertips. Our townhouses are harmoniously designed, and perfect for the young professional, or anyone wanting to downsize.
Get in touch with us today to take advantage of an emerging suburb offering a lifestyle that’s second to none: Phone 1300 330 655