When you take a drive through Moorooka’s leafy streets, it’s not hard to see why the suburb attracts people and families from all walks of life. Moorooka has a rich history, and its streets now feature a combination of stunning historic Queenslanders and contemporary townhouses and apartments, which truly reflect the neighbourhood’s diversity. 

Property in Moorooka is in high demand, with the average house price sitting at around $920,000 for a 3-4 bedroom home and unit prices averaging $470,000 for 2-3 bedrooms. In Moorooka, you genuinely get the best of the vibrant city and the serene suburbs. 

What Do H & H Love About Moorooka? 

1. At H & H, we love suburbs that can boast plenty of lush, green spaces. Moorooka is home to the gorgeous Toohey Forest and Grey Gum walking track, where hikers can expect to see some of the most beautiful wildlife Brisbane has to offer. 

2. Moorooka State School was built in 1928 and is now a heritage-listed site. It still serves as a public primary school and sits in the top 100 primary schools in Queensland. It’s a brilliant school that sits in the heart of the suburb, so it’s easily accessible for all students. 

3. If you enjoy good coffee, a delicious Sunday brunch, and cafes that don’t just allow you to bring your fur baby but actively encourage it, you’re going to love Todd & Pup. It’ll very quickly become your local go-to for a caffeine hit.