Deebing Heights neighbourhood guide
From a rustic past of grazing farmland and acreage homesites, Deebing Heights has experienced stellar growth in the past few years and is now a thriving urban community dominated by new homes.
The population has exploded from just 344 people recorded in the 2011 Census, to 2,023 in the 2016 Census – an increase of 488% in just five years!
Deebing Heights covers an area of 10.5 square kilometres, and is characterised by new homes, new roads and modern infrastructure such as underground power and NBN access. The precinct between the Centenary Highway and Cunningham Highway to the north is the most developed so far, with more land developments underway south of the Centenary Highway, including acreage home sites.
With all this development, further growth is anticipated. The new Deebing Heights State School on Rawlings Road opened in 2016, and is designed to accommodate 1,000 students by 2026. A new shopping centre has been approved off Grampian Drive, and a rail line is proposed with a train station to be located near the Centenary Highway/Grampian Drive roundabout.
AT A GLANCE
- Suburb Area: 10.5 square kms
- Population: Est. over 2,500 people
- Median House Price: $439,900
- Median Land Price: $193,000
- House Sales in last 5 years: 247 (increase of 233% on previous 5 years)
- Land Sales in last 5 years: 416 (increase of 570% on previous 5 years)
The Deebing Heights population is dominated by families with children, who represent two-thirds of households. 67% of the population is aged under 40 years, with a third of the population represented by children/youths aged up to 19 years. So this is a suburb that is young at heart.
Located just 6 kms from the Ipswich CBD, 8 kms from RAAF Amberley, and a 20 minute drive to Springfield, Deebing Heights enjoys a convenient position close to major employment and shopping destinations, including the Yamanto Shopping Centre nearby. Residents still enjoy a tranquil lifestyle with the convenience of local parks and a pony club on Grampian Drive.
- Sovereign Park – Playground, pathways, kick around area, BBQ/picnic area
- Lakeview Drive Park – Playground, pathways, kick around area, BBQ/picnic area
- Dannika Way Reserve – Recreational pathways + kick around area
- COMING in August 2018: Torhaven Park – Playground, exercise equipment, picnic area
- COMING in August 2019: Rawlings Park – Playground, half basketball court, kick around area, nature walk
To enjoy all Deebing Heights has to offer, consider building your new home at Torhaven. With beautiful parklands, and elevated lots to capture breezes and views, you’ll love living at Torhaven.
Data courtesy of RP Data/Corelogic, the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), Local, State and Commonwealth Governments.