Bergins Rise Estate

Location is key to this estate which is just 30 minutes to Brisbane and 5 minutes to Ipswich CBD with schools, shops and a train station all within walking distance.  Some Lots have views to Ipswich but best of all the lots are elevated to catch the breeze all year round.



Bundamba railway station provides access to regular Citytrain services to Brisbane, Ipswich and Rosewood via Ipswich CBD.


  • Bundamba State School
  • Bundamba Secondary College
  • Bremer Institute of TAFE
  • Auto Trade College


The most prominent feature of Bundamba is the Bundamba Racecourse, which was founded in 1890 by the Ipswich Amateur Turf Club.


Aside from watching races in Bundamba’s racecourse, people can also indulge in sumptuous food in Bundamba’s restaurants. There’s also a swim center that kids and adults can go to, Ten Pin Bowling and Roller Skating Centre and the Rotary Park for those who want to relax.


About Bundamba

Bundamba is a suburb of Ipswich, which is located in SE Queensland. This suburb is just 35 kilometers from Brisbane and 6 kilometers from Ipswich CBD. As of 2006, it’s population was approximately 5,159.

Situated in SEQ’s Western Corridor, it is predicted that this area will continue to experience significant grow. The Western Corridor provides substantial opportunities to accommodate new residential communities and employment growth, supported by infrastructure provision.

The employment areas of Bundamba will ensure a high level of self-containment and contribute significantly to regional employment growth.


The timely provision of infrastructure is vital to lead the planned growth of the Western Corridor and sustain the creation of new and varied job opportunities. The focus is on improving existing infrastructure and providing new infrastructure to support growing population centres.

Key projects identified are:

  • Upgrading rail and road access
  • Two new health precincts
  • New schools &
  • modernisation of the Bundamba TAFE campus.

Ipswich CBD

Only 10 minutes from Bergins Rise Estate, Ipswich has been identified as a major economic centre for the Western Corridor. Ipswich CBD has an employment capacity of 49,000 with major developments for entertainment and retail.

Ipswich’s population is currently 142,000 in a city of 1207 sq kms. The Queensland Government’s  South East Regional Plan  projects Ipswich’s population will grow to 435,000 by 2031.


University of Southern Queensland (USQ)

Located only 14kms from Bergins Rise Estate is the USQ campus. Initially the campus will cater for 350 students with expectations of over 3,000 students by 2013. The Springfield campus will offer numerous choices of degrees in the Business and Educational sector.


The University offers students a wide range of facilities with wireless connectivity in every room to allow students access to the internet anywhere on campus, state of the art auditorium, access to 24 hectares of parklands, on-site student accommodation and numerous employment opportunities within the Orion Shopping Complex within close proximity.


Top 10 Queensland hotpots – Ipswich

 The domination of the Brisbane market by Ipswich is unprecedented in Australia. There’s no other instance where one corner of a metropolitan area so totally dominates the capital growth rankings.

The Brisbane metropolitan area encompasses numerous municipalities, including Brisbane City (the centre), Logan City (south), Redland City (east), Moreton Bay Region (north), Scenic Rim Region (far south) and Ipswich City (south-west).

There are around 300 residential suburbs and when ranked according to capital growth rates (average over the past 10 years, based on Australian Property Monitors data), Ipswich suburbs fill the top six places and eight of the top 10.

It’s mostly about affordability, combined with good transport connections and plenty of employment nodes. All of the suburbs that fill the top 20 for long-term capital growth have median prices under $325,000; 15 of the top 20 have median house prices under $285,000.

The top 20 suburbs have growth rates between 12% and 14%, with Ipswich at the top of the list.

The Ipswich corridor is well-known around Australia as a growth region and is a headline hotspot of national standing will continue well into the future, and the area is poised to resume strong growth.

Big infrastructure developments like the $2.8 billion upgrade of the Ipswich Motorway (officially opened in May) and the $1.5 billion rail link to the Springfield master-planned community are adding to the area’s appeal, as is the ongoing emergence of major jobs nodes, such as the commercial components of Springfield, big industrial estates like Citiswich and the expanding RAAF Base at Amberley, just outside Ipswich

Its potential for expansion is evident in that the Brisbane and Ipswich local government area have similar land areas, but Brisbane municipality has five times the population. This is one reason Ipswich City features so prominently in state government blueprints for population growth in south-east Queensland.

No other city precinct has the dominance of Ipswich, and there’s no indication this will change any time soon.