Norman Park – 4170

Norman Park

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Norman Park is 7km east of Brisbane CBD. Initially, development in Norman Park was slow and almost ceased after the 1893 Brisbane floods. However, shortly after World War II rapid development took place, including the adjacent suburb of Seven Hills, and the land became totally residential.

Surrounding suburbs: Bulimba, Camp Hill, Coorparoo, Hawthorne, Morningside, Seven Hills

Council hotline: (07) 3403 8888

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Norman Park Need to know

  • Government Contacts
  • Utilities
  • Transport
  • Services
  • Community
Local Members Councillor Shayne Sutton
Morningside Ward Office
Ground floor / 63 Oxford St, Bulimba 4171
Phone: (07) 3407 8200
State Members Aaron Dillaway MP
Electorate: Bulimba
Tenancy 2 / 630 Wynnum Rd, Morningside 4170
Phone: (07) 3399 9492
Federal Members Kevin Rudd MP
Electorate: Griffith
630 Wynnum Rd, Morningside 4170
Phone: (07) 3899 4031
Green waste collection Green waste collected fortnightly, alternate to the recycling collection
Recycling collection Recycling collected fortnightly
Rubbish collection General waste collected weekly on a Tuesday
Watering restrictions The last remaining water restrictions in SEQ were lifted on 1 January, 2013
Bikeways Off road through park: Norman Ave and Scott St, Norman Park 4170
  On road bike path: Macrossan Ave, Norman Ave and Agnew Ave, Norman Park 4170
Ferry stops Norman Park Terminal: Wynnum Rd, Norman Park 4170
Train station Norman Park Train Station: Waite St, Norman Park 4170
Early learning centres Norman Park Preschool & Kindergarten: 23 Curtis St, Norman Park 4170
Phone: (07) 3399 4261
  Okeedokee Early Learning Centre: 119 Bennetts Rd, Norman Park 4170
Phone: (07) 3324 8887
  Avenues Early Learning Centre: 117 Agnew St, Norman Park 4170
Phone: (07) 3899 6000
Primary schools Norman Park State School: 68-88 Agnew St, Norman Park 4170
Phone: (07) 3900 5888
Community centres Norman Park Sports & Community Club: 43 Norman Ave, Norman Park 4170
Phone: (07) 3399 7902
Dog parks Vectis Street Park: Canara St, Hope St and Vectis St, Norman Park 4170
Parks/Playgrounds Seven Hills Bushland Reserve: D'arcy Rd, Tiburtina Cr and Latina Ave, Norman Park 4170
  Wilson Park: Brentnall St, Moreton St and Norman Ave, Norman Park 4170
Features: Has playground, water, barbecue and basketball half-court
  C.P. Bottomley Park: Adina St, Halifax St, Milson St and Crown St, Norman Park 4170
Features: Has playground, water, accessible toilets and wheelchair access
  Scott Street Park: Scott St, adjoining Norman Creek, Norman Park 4170
  Donaldson Street Park: Donaldson St, Milton St, Pope St and Norman Ave, Norman Park 4170
  Pattison Avenue Park: Ferguson Rd, Hall Ave and Pattison Ave, Norman Park 4170
  Oateson Skyline Drive Park: Between D'Arcy and Ferguson Rds, along Oateson Skyline Dr, Norman Park 4170
  Macpherson's Outlook: Waldo St and Wendell St, Norman Park 4170
  Overend Street Park: Moreton St and Overend St, Norman Park 4170
Recreation facilities Queensland Wing Chung Kung Fu Academy: 250 Wynnum Rd, Norman Park 4170
Phone: 0437 839 792
  Norman Park Services Bowls Club: 43 Norman Ave, Norman Park 4170
Phone: (07) 3399 7902

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