Eagleby is a suburb of the Gold Coast, Australia located on the southern bank of the Logan River at the juncture with the Albert which forms the southern and eastern boundary. Eagleby is northeast of Beenleigh, and was originally a suburb of Beenleigh.
The postcode is 4207. There is a bus service (Logan City Bus Service), TransLink 563 that runs approxiamately 6:00am to 7:00pm weekdays with a reduced service on Saturdays. The 553 runs at the west end of River Hills Road hourly into the evenings and on weekends, however this does not service the majority of homes in Eagleby. Most of the homes in Eagleby lie between 2km and 6km from Beenleigh Railway Station.
There is a Post Office at Eagleby Shopping Plaza at the corner of River Hills and Fryar Roads. The crossroads is the centre of the suburb, and also has the State School and local Pub (in the shopping centre complex). Major shopping centres and services are at Beenleigh and the Logan Hyperdome at Loganholme (both easily reached by bus).
Eagleby is also the home of the Beenleigh Distillery.
Eagleby sits approximately half way between the Brisbane and Gold Coast C.B.D’s. Actually in the northern reaches of the Gold Coast, we have rural farmland and the Beenleigh business centre on our doorsteps.
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