“With our children being able to walk to Grammar School, it has been a real life – changer living in Spring Hill. No more daily commute to and from home. After school activities are not an inconvenience as you’re not stuck in traffic. And the kids love not having to wake up at 6am to go to school.” – Spring Hill home owner

  • Bordering the CBD, Spring Hill is one of Brisbane’s earliest residential areas
  • Originally named ‘Spring Hollow,’ it was a source of the city’s fresh water supply
  • Land in Wickham Terrace and Leichhardt Street was sold to the well-to-do in 1856
  • Prominent medical precinct with city’s first women’s hospital established in 1864
  • The Old Wind Mill and Spring Hill Baths are some of Spring Hill’s 38 heritage listed sites
  • Home to St Joseph’s College, Brisbane Grammar and Brisbane Girls’ Grammar, St James College and Brisbane Central State School
  • Green spaces include Victoria Park with draft vision for a master-planned parkland
  • Short walk to the heart of town or catch the free Spring Hill Loop bus on weekdays
  • Median house prices in this high demand market is $1,045,000, apartments $410,000 (as at July 2020)
  • Shares the same 4000 postcode as the CBD and Petrie Terrace


Spring Hill is an eclectic suburb with many well known landmarks found in its maze of hilly streets and laneways. Fine examples of colonial dwellings, churches, Art Deco apartments, humble workers’ cottages and restored Federation mansions weave a rich architectural landscape. With progress comes development, yet Spring Hill holds its own as a historic precinct like no other in Brisbane.

Residents are a cross section of young professionals, medical specialists and families, attracted to Spring Hill’s walkability, elite schools, hospitals and closeness to the city. Offering something for everyone, this vibrant neighbourhood has its fair share of restaurants, coffee shops and pubs, while it’s a stroll to the city and Fortitude Valley.

A passionate local area expert with a proven track record over many years, Jonzun is the person to talk to about buying or selling real estate in tightly-held Spring Hill.


“Go for a walk in Victoria Park, a swim at the Spring Hill baths, breakfast at the Spring Hill deli, then jump on the free Spring Hill bus loop to the city.

Do some shopping and browsing, catch up with some friends over lunch, then walk home if it’s not too hot. There’s always the free bus and even Uber’s cheap.” – Spring Hill home owner