Virginia is a suburb in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. It is located 10kms north of the Brisbane central business district. It is primarily a residential suburb with many timber and tin Queenslander style housing. The suburb was named after the Virginia Brick Company, founded in 1897, near the Virginia Railway Station, which the station opened in 1888.
One of Brisbane Transport’s bus depots is based in Virginia.
Virginia is a settlement situated in Queensland, Australia. Virginia is 951 km from the Australian capital Canberra. Nearby places include Boondall, Crab Tree Station, North Gate Junction, Northgate.
Nearby landmarks include Bramble Bay, Doboy Bridge, Gateway Bridge, Nudgee Beach, Story Bridge, Victoria Bridge.
Virginia is about 10km from Brisbane’s CBD. Over 38% of households in this area consist of couples with children, 40% are couples without children and 19% are single parent families. Stand-alone houses make up over 97% of the dwellings in this area. You’ll mainly find timber and tin Queenslanders and workers cottages around here, some still in need of renovation. The median house price in Virginia for the 2004 calendar year was $318,450.
There are plenty of dining options in and around Virginia. If you’re looking for a local café, take-away, pub or restaurant you’ll find it here. Virginia Shopping Centre on Sandgate Road is your closest shopping area, and you’re only a short drive from Westfield Chermside if you’re after more variety. If you’re looking for playgroups, childcare, kindergartens or schools in this area, you’ll find them here. Check out this section for things to do in your spare time. There’s sport, leisure activities, local events and more. Government offices, local libraries, churches, volunteer organisations, ward offices and more – if you’re after contact information for government and community organisations, this is the place to start.