1420 Anzac Avenue, Kallangur QLD 4503

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1420 Anzac Avenue, Kallangur QLD 4503


Prime Retail Investment

Other - Kallangur QLD

1420 Anzac Av, Kallangur is situated in the main retail strip of Kallangur, Anzac Av. This retail strip also includes McDonald’s, Hungry Jacks, Woolworths and Super Cheap Auto. 

Parking: 46 car parks (approx)
Land Area: 2651 m2 (approx)

There is also council bus stops in front the complex and along Anzac Av.

According to the owner, they own all the building units, so in essence owns the freehold.

This property comprises of 6 tenancies and according to the owner these businesses have been here:  
– Chemist, over 30 years
– Dentist, over 31 years
– Doctors, over 31 years
– Bakery, over 31 years
– ATM’s, over 15 years

Net Rent: $284,220 approx. (based on fully leased) per annum 




Sitting north of Brisbane in the Moreton Bay Region, Kallangur is a quiet, family-friendly suburb that’s especially popular amongst younger families. It’s not surprising – this quintessential Australian suburb is picturesque, peaceful, and perfectly located. Let’s take a look at Kallangur and see why it’s such a hot topic in Brisbane real estate. 

Location and Accessibility:

30-kilometres north of Brisbane, Kallangur sits right next to the northbound M1 highway. This gives easy access to the city as well as to the beaches of the Sunshine Coast.

A 45-minute drive and residents can be sunning themselves on a Caloundra beach. The Brisbane airport is also a mere 20-minute drive away. 

The suburb is serviced by the Kallangur train station, sitting on the Redcliffe Peninsula line. This can take you directly into the city, which is ideal for job commuters, or North-East to Kippa-ring.

The Murrumba Downs train station and Dakabin train station are also accessible and might be more convenient depending on where one lives. There’s also a solid network of buses throughout the suburb, taking you to the train station or a number of other destinations. You’re never far from public transport in Kallangur. 

Schools and Education:

If you have school going kids, Kallangur present a large array of educational opportunities for you. It sits in the catchment zone for three state schools:
• Kallangur State School
• Dakabin State School
• Murrumba State Secondary College
There are also stellar private schools in the region, including:
• Charlotte Mason College
• Mt Maria College in Petrie

Families with older kids will be glad to know there’s a QUT campus in nearby Caboolture, while TAFE has campuses at Bracken Ridge, Redcliffe and Caboolture. 

Especially exciting is the new campus of the University of the Sunshine Coast, which is set to open in nearby Petrie in 2020. 


Thanks to a growing population in Kallangur and surrounding suburbs, you don’t have to travel far before you reach shops. Anzac Avenue is lined with restaurants, doctors, pharmacies, bottle stores, take-aways and grocery stores.  

Westfield North Lakes Shopping Centre is just a few minutes drive away, with its host of speciality shops and stores. International icons IKEA and Costco are also within easy reach. 

Future Developments:

Savvy investors are snapping up properties in Kallangur before prices start to climb when the University of the Sunshine Coast campus opens in Petrie. 

Thanks to the massive growth of North Lakes as a residential and work hub, as well as the advent of Redcliffe Rail, Kallangur is a suburb to look out for in the next few years. 

There’s also an exciting new commercial development on Dohles Rock Road in Kallangur. North Point Business Park is a 30-hectare industrial business hub offering flexibility, affordability and connectivity to businesses. Close to Kallangur train station, it promises to draw in jobs and people for the suburb, and contribute to the upward trend here. 

If you’re interested in knowing more about property trends in Kallangur, why not get in touch with the Henry Wong Team?




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