Suburb Profiles

Suburb Profile for Brassall

Located on the Ipswich`s north western edge, the suburb of Brassall has plenty of green open spaces and a number of facilities.

The suburb has a mix of older brick and tile homes as well as new housing estates. Development is continuing in Brassall ensuring the area will likely maintain its recent sound returns on investment.

There are schools, parks, sports fields, sporting clubs, shopping centres and retirement villages in Brassall ensuring residents are well catered for and never have to travel far for the necessaries of everyday living.

A large number of professionals live in Brassall and its surrounding areas, as do tradesmen.

Source: REIQ

Local Government Authority: Ipswich

Location: Ipswich Shire - 30km to Brisbane

Features: Northwestern suburb with plenty of facilities.


The suburb of Brassall is ideally located on the Northern side of Ipswich and offers a wide variety of sporting facilities, parks, High schools & Primary Schools and one of the largest varieties of churches in Ipswich.

Brassall as a suburb is well established with a mixture of new land developments and older more established homes dating as far back as the 1800’s.

Due to our central location Brassall offers quick highway access to the Warrego Highway for the busy Brisbane or Toowoomba commuter whist only being 5 minutes drive from the Ipswich CDB.

Transport is also taken care of with regular bus services available from almost anywhere in Brassall.

Many people choose to live or invest in Brassall due to its sold building foundations, low crime rate, exceptional rental returns and super low rental vacancies. The suburb boasts a large shopping complex which is serviced by Woolworths, IGA, McDonalds, KFC, Australia Post, and Michel’s Patisserie and many more retailers.

We service all Ipswich suburbs including some specialty areas such as North Ipswich, Walloon , Karalee, Pine Mountain, Tivoli, Saddliers Crossing and Woodend.