Renowned as a beautiful riverside suburb, Hawthorne is close to the CBD and its CityCat stop allows commuters to go to work on a lovely Brisbane River boat ride. Hawthorne has its own independent cinema, where locals head to enjoy a film and dinner closer to home and avoid the crowds. More than 45% of households in Hawthorne are comprised of couples with children, and another 40% are couples without children. A green leafy suburb with many renovated, older homes, the suburb is made up of 65% standalone houses and just 27% units.

There are no major shopping centres in Hawthorne, however there are many small retail shops throughout the area, including cafes and restaurants. Locals visit nearby Oxford Street in Bulimba for supermarkets and other specialty shops. While there is no train station in Hawthorne, it has comprehensive bus service coverage, plus the CityCat ferry. Residents can access the city and other neighbouring suburbs easily with the regular and reliable services. Hawthorne children attend schools in neighbouring suburbs including Bulimba State School, Cannon Hill Anglican College, plus Lourdes Hill College on the river, within the boundaries of the suburb. University students are just a 15 minute trip from Griffith University on South Bank.

Hawthorne Property Investment
A McBeath Real Estate agent can help you find the deal property for investment in Hawthorne. Hawthorne has experienced one if the strongest rises in prices over the last few years, with buyers eager to take advantage of the location and local amenities. With their local knowledge and expertise, your McBeath Real Estate agent is your suburb insider, providing the very best advice and guidance throughout the process.

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