Willawong is an outer suburb of Brisbane, Australia. It is 17 km south of the CBD.
Willawong is an Aboriginal meaning ‘the junction of two creeks’.
Willawong is about 17 km from Brisbane’s CBD. There is only a small residential population in this area, and development has yet to take off here. 41% of the households in this area are made up of couples with children and a further 27% are single parent families. 89% of dwellings in Willawong are stand-alone houses and 6% are units. The area is flat and has a very rural feel. The existing housing has good potential for those interested in renovating.
There are plenty of dining options in the suburbs around Willawong, but not a lot in the local area. If you’re looking for a café, take-away, pub or restaurant you’ll find it here. There are very few local shops in this area, but it’s only a short trip to Acacia Marketplace, Acacia Ridge Shopping Centre or Algester Court. If you’re looking for playgroups, childcare, kindergartens or schools in this area, you’ll find them here. 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.