About Fitzgibbon Chase, Brisbane
Fitzgibbon Chase is surrounded by excellent community facilities including local schools, excellent public transport facilities, shopping centres, entertainment, health and fitness, cafes and local clubs.
Schools and Education
Whilst there isn’t a school in Fitzgibbon Chase, the area is very well serviced with existing primary and secondary schools within two kilometres of the community. Child care options are plentiful with 13 centres within 5 kilometres.
Shopping and Business
The Nest is quickly becoming the vibrant heart of the Fitzgibbon Chase community - a place for people to meet, dine and shop. Located on the corner of Roghan Road and Carselgrove Avenue, The Nest blends a mix of convenience retail and essential services with unique small business opportunities and open outdoor space.
Fitzgibbon Chase is ideally situated for the shopper. Minutes from Westfield Chermside and Taigum Square as well as a short drive from the seaside village of Sandgate.
- Nudgee College Sports Facilities
- Nudgee College Golf Club
- Virginia Golf Course
- Big and Easy Driving Range
- PCYC Zillmere
- Sandgate Hawks AFL Club
- Zillmere Eagles Junior Australian Football Club
The train is at your doorstep via the Lavender Place extension to Carseldine Station on the Caboolture Line. Fitzgibbon Chase and surrounding area residents have a 'kiss'n'ride facility, a bus stop and local bus services and dedicated pedestrian and cyclist pathways direct to Carseldine Railway Station.
The Community Centre offers as a focal point for the community living in and around Fitzgibbon Chase. It provides a venue for community organisations and social enterprises, offering community development activities from employment and training programs through to yoga and art classes, and playgroups for children.
Green Hub Community Garden
The Fitzgibbon Chase Community Garden, which is called the Green Hub, offers a great place for residents to connect, learn, share ideas, and of course, to garden.
The Green Hub was gifted to the community by Economic Development Queensland (EDQ) for the purpose of enhancing the local environment and nurturing a community garden.
More than two and a half years of planning and preparation went in to the development of the Green Hub, and the first crops where planted in August 2013.