Suburb Profile - May 2022

Distance from Brisbane GPO5.1km
Population change in the last 5 years+1.0%
Average home ownership length13 years
Owner Occupiers71%
Total houses3,998
Total Units1,182

The size of Ashgrove is approximately 5.9 square kilometres. It has 22 parks covering nearly 12.4% of total area.

The population of Ashgrove in 2011 was 12,916 people. By 2016 the population was 13,045 showing a population growth of 1.0% in the area during that time.

The predominant age group in Ashgrove is 40-49 years. Households in Ashgrove are primarily couples with children and are likely to be repaying over $4000 per month on mortgage repayments.

In general, people in Ashgrove work in a professional occupation. In 2011, 69.4% of the homes in Ashgrove were owner-occupied compared with 69% in 2016. Currently the median sales price of houses in the area is $1,350,000.

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