Greenbank is a rural-residential suburb located in Logan City’s south west. The northern section of Greenbank falls within Logan City, with the remainder of the suburb governed by Beaudesert Shire, in Queensland, Australia. Most of the residential parts of Greenbank are on the Beaudesert side, while the Logan City side is predominantly taken up by an Australian Military Training Base, which is used mostly by reservists (commonly referred to as Chocos).
The Greenbank Military Training Base (GBTB) is a registered Australian Heritage Site.
The suburb is surrounded by farmland and includes the expansive, forested Greenbank Military Camp. Comprising only a few streets and set among the gumtrees, this suburb has a charming rural feel. Many homesteads have magnificent rural views, dams, swimming pools and large decks that make them perfect for entertaining friends. A strip of parkland runs right through the middle of the residential part of Greenbank, on either side of a small watercourse. A bike path, which extends along its length, connects up with neighbouring Boronia Heights. While facilities may be limited, the kids should never be bored as this is a great area for exploring, riding dirt bikes and ponies.
The size of Greenbank is approximately 49 km². It has 7 parks covering nearly 18% of the total area. The population of Greenbank in 1996 was 5,098 people. By 2001 the population was 5,261 showing a population growth of 3% in the area during that time. The predominant age group in Greenbank is 40 – 49 years.
Mostly consisting of acreage blocks close to the Springfield, Queensland, households in Greenbank are primarily couples with children and are likely to be repaying between $800.00 – $1000.00 per month on mortgage repayments. In general, people in Greenbank work in a trades occupation. In 1996, 84% of the homes in Greenbank were owner-occupied compared with 86% in 2001.
Currently the median sale price of houses in the area is $395,000.