Coopers Plains is an outer suburb of the Australian city of Brisbane. It is located 11 km (7 miles) from the central business district. The population of the suburb is just over four thousand inhabitants. Neighbouring communities include Rocklea, Salisbury, Sunnybank Hills, and Sunnybank.
Major employers in the suburb are cafes, restaurants, hospitals, educational organisations, and state government administration. Coopers Plains is home to the Queensland Health Forensic and Scientific Services campus, Queensland University, and the Queensland Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry. There are many options for executive offices in the area of Coopers Plains.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Coopers Plains has a lot to offer in terms of sights and things to do. There are several parks in the area, including Beryl Roberts Park, Brittain Park, and Devitt Park, offering excellent playgrounds as well as barbeque, biking, and sporting facilities. Other points of interest include the Bodyworks Health Club, the Dodgers Softball Club, and the Queensland Christian Soccer Association Inc. The suburb of Coopers Plains has a variety of restaurants offering diverse cuisine options. Nha Trang is a popular Chinese and Vietnamese Restaurant and West End Little Malaysia provides an alternative option for oriental fare. Cafe Kuma serves Indian dishes and La Pachanga brings a taste of Mexico to Coopers Plains.
Getting to Coopers Plains by plane is comparatively easy, as Brisbane Airport is just 30 km (19 miles) away. It offers non-stop flights to a number of international destinations. The suburb is serviced by Coopers Plains railway station, providing access to other parts of Brisbane, including Brisbane Airport and the Gold Coast. Several bus routes pass through Coopers Plains, including 120,123, 124, 125, 135, 598 and 599. Griffith University’s Nathan Campus, it is fifteen minutes away on foot.