Wellington Point is a family friendly suburb of Redland City, located 22km south-east of Queensland’s capital city, Brisbane and 4km from Redland’s CBD.
Family takes a big share in the population structure with more than half (52%) of the population in Wellington Point are couples with children with average household size 2.9 persons. In general, people in Wellington Point work in a professional occupation. Unemployment rate is lower than Queensland or Australia wide.
Wellington Point has the highest family and household income compared to nearby areas. In 2006, 75.1% of the homes were owner-occupied compared with 77.3% in 2011. The median rent of is 11% and higher than the Redland City average.Currently, the median sale price of houses in the area is $562,500. (Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics, RP Data and/or their suppliers.)
The suburb is close to a number of public transport hubs with Wellington Point Railway Station, Ormiston and Birkdale Train Stations nearby. Alternately, Capalaba Bus Interchange is about 4 – 15 km away depending where you live. To drive the suburb is only five minutes away from both Cleveland and Capalaba and approximately 40 minutes away from the city.
Redlands College and Wellington Point State High School are located in Wellington Point are both the ‘Top-Performing’ Schools in Queensland. More than 85% of students from Redlands College have an OP above 15 and Wellington Point State High School has been confirmed by QTAC as one of the top academic schools in the state system of education. (Source: Better Education)
The attractive Wellington Point Reserve is a fantastic venue to watch the lights rise over Brisbane as daylight fades, to picnic, enjoy the sun or just relax with a good book in the shade of the huge Moreton Bay figs. A trip to “Wello” is not complete without a walk at low tide across the sand bar to King Island, where beds of exposed seagrass come alive with crabs and remnants of the marine environment.
This beautiful bayside village boasts a vibrant town centre and there are regular festivals and twilight markets to enjoy and explore. Indeed, the dining precinct has many cafes and restaurants to satisfy all tastes.
• Wellington Point Reserve
• Aquatic Paradise Park West
• King Island (which is joined to the point at low tide by a natural sand causeway)
• Redlands Sporting Club
• Sovereign Waters (a lakeside housing development)
• Fernbourne House and Whepstead Manor (both significant historical residences)
• The shopping and restaurant precinct which contains the Wellington Point Clock Tower
• Fishing, boating and a wide range of water sports
• Top Brisbane Places to Fish from a Jetty
• Twilight Markets