Chapel Hill is geographically situated West of the suburb of Indooroopilly, North of the suburb of Kenmore, and East of the suburb of Kenmore Hills. Chapel Hill borders Mt Coot-tha State Park to the North, which provides many bushwalking, hiking and mountain bike trails which are enjoyed by locals. The heavily treed Mt Coot-tha provides a beautiful backdrop to life in Chapel Hill. While the suburb straddles Moggill Road, 92% of Chapel Hill properties are located North of Moggill Road.

The vast majority of properties are houses on their own land, with an average land size of 700 square metres. Some small townhouse arrangements do exist, as do some acreage allotments. These acreage properties are tightly held by owners. To the West, the streets of Tinarra Crescent, Bielby Road and the area including Wexford Street and Elwood Street is formally in the suburb of Kenmore Hills, however it is often thought to be part of Chapel Hill as there is no access from these streets to the area of Kenmore Hills further to the West that is accessed via Brookfield Road.


The median house price is


(5.4% growth)

The average house is

Houses in Chapel Hill

In Chapel Hill 97% of properties are houses




The History of Chapel Hill

Moggill Road was built as a boundary road in 1849. In 1925 the Moggill Shire disbanded when Chapel Hill, Upper Brookfield, Gold Creek, Pullenvale, Moggill, Fig Tree Pocket, Kenmore and Brookfield became part of the Greater Brisbane Council, however most development started occurring around the 1950’s and 60’s when smaller housing site subdivision took place.

The naming of Chapel Hill stems from the Church, which stands on the corner of Chapel Hill and Moggill Roads which was originally commissioned around 1875 and later replaced in 1955 with the current building that stands. It was originally a Primitive Methodist Church and became a landmark for people travelling out along Moggill Road which was built as a boundary road in 1849.

Some of the first settlers in the area were the Breddin’s, Russell’s and the Bielby’s, all commemorated by streets in the suburb.



Schools and Kindergartens



Chapel Hill State School
Ironbark Road Chapel Hill Qld 4069
3871 4888
3871 4800


Kenmore District Kindergarten
1076 Moggill Road Kenmore Qld 4069
3378 2068
3378 2254


Chapel Hill Community Kindy
27 Fawkner Street, Chapel Hill QLD 4069
3378 2008


Kenmore Park Preschool and Kindergarten
982 Moggill Road, Kenmore QLD 4069
3378 4469


Montessori Children’s House Chapel Hill
5 Cedarleigh Road, Kenmore East, QLD 4069
3378 0700


Kenmore and District Montessori Children’s House
9 Brookfield Road Kenmore QLD 4069
3378 1122
3378 3300


Brisbane City Council


Rubbish/Waste Collection

Rubbish is collected by Brisbane City Council. Collection is early Monday morning, so most residents put out their ‘wheelie bin’ on Sunday evening.

  • ‘Red lid’ / dark green lid bins – general waste – collected every Monday
  • ‘Yellow lid’ bins – recycling – collected alternate Mondays (alternating with green waste bins)
  • ‘Light green lid’ bins – green waste – collected alternate Mondays (alternating with recycling bins)

More information at Brisbane City Council

Kenmore Public Library

Kenmore Village
9 Brookfield Road, Kenmore 4069
3407 0258
Opening hours:
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday: 9am – 6pm
Thursday: 9am – 8pm
Saturday: 9am – 3pm
Sunday: Closed
Closed on public holidays

More info Kenmore Library

Bus & Train Timetable

Buses are operated by Brisbane City Council. Trains are operated by the Queensland State Government through Queensland Rail.

The services are integrated under an initiative called Translink.

More info Translink


Elected Representatives



Federal Member for Ryan
Jane Prentice MP

636 Moggill Road, Chapel Hill QLD 4069
PO Box 704, Indooroopilly QLD 4068
3378 1599
3378 1399



State Member for Moggill
Dr Christian Rowan

Shadow Minister for the Environment and Heritage Protection and Shadow Minister for National Parks and the Great Barrier Reef

Electorate Office – Suites 16 & 17, Level 1, Kenmore Village
9 Brookfield Road, Kenmore QLD 4069
PO Box 8088, Kenmore, QLD 4069
3737 4110
3737 4119


Chapel Hill straddles two Wards of the Brisbane City Council


Walter Taylor Ward

Councillor Julian Simmonds
Councillor for Walter Taylor Ward

Ground Floor, 70 Station Road, Indooroopilly, Qld, 4068
3407 0005
3407 0008


Pullenvale Ward

Councillor Kate Richards
Councillor for Pullenvale Ward

1st Floor, Kenmore Library Building, 9 Brookfield Road, Kenmore, Qld, 4069
3407 0220
3407 0226




Sporting Clubs

Coming Soon


Indooroopilly Uniting Church 
Stroll Through Bethlehem – Wednesday 20 December – Friday 22 December – 6.30 pm
74 Station Road, Indooroopilly QLD 4068


Pullenvale Ward 
Christmas Carols – Saturday 25 November – 4.00 pm
 Akuna Oval, Kenmore QLD 4069


Christmas in Brisbane
Lighting of the Christmas Tree – Friday 24 November – 5.30 pm
King George Square, Brisbane QLD 4000

Kenmore Bears JAFL Club
Presentation Day – TBC
38 Hepworth Street, Chapel Hill QLD 4069


Junior Presentation & Carnival – TBC


Brisbane Festival
September 2018
Riverfire TBC