Pallara is an outer suburb of Brisbane, Australia. It is 17 km south of the CBD.
Pallara is on the outer south side of Brisbane. You’ll find market gardens and acreage properties here. Most of the residents were born in Australia. Many households in Pallara are made up of family groups but there are a high number of single person households in this area too. Because of the increasing demand for residential property in the Brisbane region, it is likely that the sub-division and the subsequent development of land in this area isn’t too far away.
There are some dining options around Pallara, but you may do better checking out what’s available in the surrounding suburbs. If you’re looking for a local café, take-away, pub or restaurant you’ll find it here.
There are very few local shops in this area, so head over to Silkwood Road, Algester, or Forest Lake to do your regular grocery run.
If you’re looking for playgroups, childcare, kindergartens or schools in this area, you’ll find them here.
Pallara was subdivided and offered for sale by public auction at the City Auction Mart of Arthur Martin and Co. on 4 July 1892. It was called the Mildura Estate and the farms were all around ten acres (4.1 hectares) in area. The estate was bounded by Brookbent, Gooderman, and Ritchie roads, to Wadeville Street and across to Blunder Creek.