1 Dartmouth St. Coopers Plains
Ideal Location Walk to Shops, Bus & Train
When you live here you will have everything at your fingertips. From here you can walk to 2 Neighbourhood Shopping Centres, Bus, Station, Child Care and Schools.
In this area the older houses are being replaced by new modern homes as the neighbouring houses. This is the right area to build your new family home.
This corner block is a rare find, don’t miss out secure this block now with a $1,000.00 initial deposit.
Neighbourhood Shops, Orange Grove Plaza: about 50m*
Red Rooster: about 30m*
Coopers Plains Library: about 100m*
Bus Stop (122, 123 & 125): about 160m*
Coopers Plains Doctors: about 160m*
Coopers Plains Child Care Centre: about 350m*
Coopers Plains State School: about 400m*
Coopers Plains Station: about 700m*
Brisbane Christian College Primary: about 850m*
Neighbourhood Shopping Centre, Post office: about 950m*
Aldi Salisbury: about 1km*
Griffith University: about 1.8km*
QEII Jubilee Hospital: about 1.9km*
St. Thomas More College: about 2.2km*
Brisbane Christian College Middle & Secondary: about 3km*
Toohey Forest Park: about 3.3km*
Sunnybank High School: about 3.4km*
Sunnybank Plaza Shopping Centre: about 3.4km*
TAFE Acacia Ridge: about 4.3km*
Westfield Garden City Shopping Centre: about 4.8km*
Brisbane CBD: about 13km*
Brisbane Airport: about 26km*
Gold Coast; about 70km*
Coopers Plains is an outer suburb of Brisbane, Australia. It is 11 kilometres (7 mi) south-west of the CBD. The suburb is home to the Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Hospital.
There are several bus routes running through Coopers Plains – 120 (City – Garden City), 135 (City – Parkinson), 123 (Sunnybank), 598 and 599 (Great Circle Line), 124 and 125. Coopers Plains is also in very close proximity to the Griffith University Nathan Campus.
In the 2011 census the population of Coopers Plains was 4,208, 49% female and 51% male. The median age of the Coopers Plains population was 34 years of age, three years below the Australian median. 57% of people living in Coopers Plains were born in Australia.
The locality of Coopers Plains was originally called Cowper’s Plains. It was named by John Oxley after Dr Henry Cowper, Assistant Surgeon-in-Charge at the Moreton Bay Settlement from 1823 to 1832. A convict settlement was established at Cowper’s Plains in 1828. The name was corrupted and by 1860 the area was known as Cooper’s Plains. By 1877 it was known as Coopers Plains. The first post office opened in 1876.
Coopers Plains remained rural until the 1940s. The United States Army built a barracks adjacent to the railway station 1942, which after the war became the Australian Army’s Damour Barracks.
The Coopers Plains Library opened in 1979 with a major refurbishment in 2014.
Coopers Plains railway station on the South Coast railway line (now the Beenleigh line) opened in 1885.
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