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A suburb of the city of Brisbane Aspley is located 13 kilometres north of the CBD and centred on Little Cabbage Tree Creek. Aspley has a population of 12,594 and has the neighbouring suburbs of Bridgeman Downs, Carseldine, Zillmere, Geebung, McDowall, Chermside West and Chermside.
In the mid-1800s New South Wales was responsible for land sales in the area of Aspley and as with many other regions the land was sold for farming. In 1859 Queensland separated from New South Wales and future subdivisions were much smaller.
A vineyard was established in the 1870s by the Morris family and was named the “Aspley Vineyard” after a building in Nottingham, England called “Aspley Hall”. The district was changed from Little Cabbage Tree Creek District in 1897 to Aspley.
After World War 1 Aspley experienced growth in the number of businesses present including a Sweets Factory and a Dripping Factory among others. Aspley was promoted as a garden suburb with the main residential growth occurring during the 1970s.
Aspley has plenty of great transportation in this northern Brisbane flat suburb. It’s primarily accessed by Gympie Road. The other primary roads are Albany Creek Road to the west suburb and Robinson Road to the East. Busses are a common transportation system throughout provided by brands from Brisbane Transport, TransLink, and the Hornibrook Bus Lines network. Brisbane’s tram network originally came from south of Aspley, now the nearest rail-work station is Geebung and Zillmere station. In the 1960s the plan was to construct a railway between Bowen Hills and Aspley. But thanks to continuous research additional construction was funded from Brisbane CBD to Aspley.
The census data displays a record population of 12,594 people. This is quite interesting since there are 52.4% females and 47.6% males. The median age was recorded at an estimate of 40 years of age, 3 years above the Australian median. 74% of the population living in Aspley is born in Australia, compared to the national average of 69.8%.
Aspley before belonged to the Nundah division board, established 1879. Now it’s part of Brisbane’s northern suburbs. In 1886, the Nundah division was subdivided into three smaller boards. In 1925 the council decided to integrate into the greater Brisbane.
Aspley has education institutions established in 1890 to serve the local community. In 1897 the school was renamed to Aspley state school. By the 1960s and 70s, the are grown more and the local growth means building additional schools. Aspley East school opened in 1963 and today became one of the largest primary schools on Brisbane’s north side. The school has taken students all over northern Brisbane from a widened area. Aspley State School was named on the 17th of January 1963.
Aspley Post Office:
32/59 Albany Creek Road, Aspley
Last updated: 28 Oct 2020