Boronia Heights Suburb Profile

Boronia Heights Suburb Profile


Boronia Heights is bordered by Hillcrest, Park Ridge and Greenbank and was known as Logan Ridges in the 1890’s. It was originally a timber milling and farming area during the early settlement days and only received its name in October 1991.

In 2016 Boronia Heights census showed a population of 7862 people with 60% of the population under the age of 40 years and mostly consisted of young families.
 
Location is key to all home owners and Boronia Heights is no exception as it is conveniently located close to early childhood learning, schools, the Grand Plaza, Larapinta industrial, local motorways and is only 40 minutes to the Brisbane CBD.
 
Boronia Heights is a family friendly area with a great range of cultural diversity. It is home to the Boronia Bushland Reserve where you can enjoy bushwalking, barbecues and picnics. Some animals you may see on your bush-walk are eastern grey kangaroos, bandicoots, goannas, possums and koalas, you may also see scribbly gums trees, these are distinguishable by their grey scribbly trunks.