Families are attracted to real estate in Bulimba for a variety of reasons, not least because there are so many quality education opportunities close by.
These could be about to get even better, as the state government reveals plans for a 30-year strategy to boost the school system.
Input is being sought from people living throughout Queensland to make sure the plan meets the needs of current and future generations.
Minister for education, training and employment John-Paul Langbroek revealed that a consultation process has already been held – and the results have raised some interesting questions.
"Queenslanders told us that students need to be globally aware and have broader language and cultural competencies than at present," said Mr Langbroek.
"At the same time community feedback stressed the need for students to embrace lifelong learning and be well-rounded and socially and emotionally healthy people."
The draft policy covers a number of areas, ranging from improving the skills of those in leadership positions, to identifying individual learning needs and enhancing the quality of teaching.
The next stage of the consultation will be open for the next three months, during which time interested parties are encouraged to put forward their views.