About six kilometres from the heart of Brisbane
, Norman Park offers residents numerous parks and recreational areas close to the central business district.
Buyers will find a diverse range of properties available and some excellent examples of renovated Queenslanders and post-war workers' cottages.
The neighbouring suburbs service the needs of school-aged residents and also offer a variety of larger supermarket and retail outlets to complement Norman Park's local stores.
The Coorparoo retail precinct in particular offers easy access to Coles, banking and some smaller street stores.
For those commuters opting to leave the car at home, the Norman Park railway station is available as are regular bus services to both the City and Westfield Carindale
C.P. Bottomley Park and other parkland reserves offer residents a variety of walk and bikeways, barbeque and picnic spots.
The scouts also meet at the reserve situated alongside the Norman Park Bowls Club.
Norman Park has benefited from the continuing trend towards near-city living.
Coupled with its good public transport and local facilities Norman Park has experienced strong growth over the last five years.