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Daisy Hill


Postcode:4127  |  Distance To Brisbane CBD: 21 KM



A large proportion of the Daisy Hill is protected by the Daisy Hill Conservation Park.


21km to Brisbane CBD



Popular area for families as well as singles. Easy 20 to 30 minute drive to CBD.

The Dennis family were first Europeans to settle at Daisy Hill. James Dennis immigrated in 1864 on the ship Flying Cloud. In 1867, he married Mary Ann Markwell. Around 1870 they began selecting land in the now Daisy Hill area, eventually acquiring over 800 acres. They named the property Daisy Hill, supposedly because their daughters saw daisies growing on the hill. Other early pioneers were the Usher family, who grew grapes and made and sold wine. Daisy Hill was once part of the Shire of Tingalpa.

Heritage listings
Daisy Hill has a number of heritage-listed sites, including:


2 Boronia Drive: Old St Mark's Anglican Church


Daisy Hill State Forest
The Daisy Hill State Forest was declared a timber reserve in 1874. In 1917 it was declared a State Forest and in 1986 a State Forest Park. The forest was used for timber gathering, honey making, gold mining and grazing. In 2006, it was gazetted as Daisy Hill Conservation Park to be used for habitat conservation and recreation; it contains the Daisy Hill Koala Centre. In June 2017, the Queensland State Government allocated Daisy Hill Koala Centre $3.3 million to upgrade the premises, in the lead up to the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games. The park is considered to be one of the best mountain bike riding areas in Australia.

A Reserve for Rifle Range was gazetted in 1901 from part of the west side of the original timber reserve. It was proposed for use by the Forest Rangers Rifle Club of Slacks Creek with a recommendation from the Queensland Defence Force. Initially the range consisted of 25 acres, 1,010 by 100 metres, with the line of fire terminated by a natural rise. The range was re-gazetted as reserve R.799 in 1902 with an increase in area towards and behind the targets for safety, forming a total area of around 123 acres. In 1908, the military officer supervising rifle clubs in Queensland reported that the range was not then in use due to destruction of mantlets and targets by bush fire. The land was reinstated as part of the State Forest in 1952.

Notable people


Dami Im - singer



Surrounded by the Daisy Hill State Forest, this established suburb offers a range of old and new homes - many nestled in valleys or on hills. Timber and brick homes from the 1970s coupled with brick and tile houses make up the majority of existing dwellings. Located close by, the suburb of Springwood has been developing since the late 1960s and has a range of retail and community facilities including Springwood High School, John Paul College (regularly voted as one of the best in the country) Springwood Mall and the Arndale Shopping Centre. In addition the suburb is home to various home centres including IKEA and Freedom Furniture ensuring Saturday morning is a hive of activity. The Chatswood Village Shopping Centre is located in Daisy Hill. The nearby Southeast Busway is an excellent public transport system providing residents with easy access to the city, with Daisy Hill also close to the Pacific Motorway, and Loganlea and Kuraby train stations.The suburb is also home to the Daisy Hill Koala Centre, located in the Daisy Hill Forest Reserve. As well as being an educational facility, the area is also popular for picnics.







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