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Invest In Bulimba’s Rich Cultural Heritage

By Adrienne McTavish

If you're a first time buyer with a young family to raise, and looking to lay down some roots in a great area with a rich history, look no further than Bulimba real estate.

Just three kilometres from Brisbane's central business district in Australia's beautiful Queensland state, the original European settlement of Bulimba dates back to the late 1840's. The area was utilised for agriculture.

However, as population in Brisbane grew, so did suburban development.

The government recognised the need for separate local governments and the Bulimba electorate was one of the first to be created under the 'Electoral Districts Act of 1872'.

Nowadays, Bulimba has become an extremely affluent suburb in Brisbane and has become an extremely popular weekend hangout. This all focuses on Oxford Street, which hosts a variety of cafes and restaurants for the community's leisurely enjoyment.

If you're interested in houses for sale in Bulimba or the surrounding suburbs, get in contact with the real estate agents at Ray White Bulimba.

With over twelve years experience in the area, we can run you through the properties we currently have available and set you up in your dream home.

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