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Get into this little piece of coastal heaven

ByJames Clark

Living in Nundah
Queensland, or the Sunshine State as it is affectionately known, is a place where harsh winters are just a vacant memory and where the sun tickles the noses of those who wish to enjoy the vast splendour of nature.

Nundah, located just outside Brisbane, is a place where the warmth of the sun and the peace of the bush are met with the amenities of being on the fringes of one of Australia’s capital cities.

Nundah has a population of about 8,500 and is a place where old-style workers’ cottages are complemented by high-rise apartment blocks. The housing prices in Nundah are quite reasonable when compared with other areas in Queensland. Real estate data from realestate.com.au showed a three bedroom house selling for just over $350,000 at the end of July 2012. Units in Nundah have a median price of just over $300,000, so there are some excellent prices around in an area so close to a major CBD.

Travel in Nundah has been made easier in recent years with the arrival of the highly-anticipated airport tunnel. This innovation has saved commuters plenty of time in travel from their coastal haven to work, or other parts of regional Queensland. With the airport in such close proximity to Nundah, it provides a relief to residents who need to travel and saves the hassle of commuting by car to a busy airport. There is also a number of train options and bus options to ensure that those travelling on public transport have choices about whether they drive or not.

The shopping in Nundah is convenient,with a Centro shopping centre housing over 140 stores, including Dick Smith electronics, Coles, Target and Kmart. It’s also home to a cinema complex, where the people of Nundah can enjoy a movie on a particularly hot day.

The beauty of Nundah is that if shoppers need something a bit more specialised, the heart of Brisbane is a ten minute train ride away where you’ll find shops like David Jones or the Elizabeth Street Shopping Centre.

If you’re looking for some good foods in Nundah, you’ll find plenty of options to choose from. The Prince of Wales Hotel is a place where you can enjoy a cold one or even partake in some of their bistro dining with great deals. Add to these Pizza / Pasta, Indian, Thai and funky cafe’s Nundah has a slice for all tastes.

To get into this little piece of coastal heaven, talk to Ray WhiteNundah‘s principals Anthony and James Clark.

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