Queensland, currently home to 4.5 million people, is Australia's 'Sunshine State', a reputation gained from its cloudless sunny winters and its 25°C average summer temperatures. Its beautiful beaches and rainforests, its relaxed outdoor lifestyle and affordable property make Queensland one of Australia's most sought after places to live.

Although Queensland supports a healthy array of thriving regional centres, the largest concentration of people reside in south-east Queensland, home of the state's two largest cities - its capital city Brisbane, and the Gold Coast.

Being located just 1 hour from Brisbane International Airport and only 1 hour 20 minutes from Gold Coast Airport, Flinders is perfectly positioned... and has been identified in infrastructure planning as one of the key hubs for future growth in south-east Queensland.


Flinders is located 50 kilometres south of the Brisbane CBD and 90 kilometres west of the Gold Coast, within the City of Logan. The site is situated at the confluence of a series of major transport links, with road connections north to Flagstone and Brisbane, east to the Gold Coast and west to Ripley Valley and Ipswich. Flinders is strategically located next to the Brisbane to Sydney interstate railway line (which is planned to be upgraded to enable commuter connections); and also the proposed Southern Freight rail Corridor, a future freight logistics and transport network crossing the Flinders boundary and creating a strategic link to Bromelton Enterprise Area and through to the Port of Brisbane.