Virginia is a suburb in the city of Brisbane, within the Australian state of Queensland. It is located 10 km (6 miles) north of the city’s central business district. Virginia is mainly a residential area, featuring many houses in the popular Queenslander style. It is situated on the Downfall Creek and borders several other suburbs, such as Zillmere, Boondall and Northgate. The population of Virginia is around two-thousand inhabitants.
Major industries in the Virginia suburb include healthcare, education, food service, and state government. Ultraprint have head offices in Virginia. The greater Brisbane area offers office space and other facilities, taken by the likes of DHL Global, Asia Pacific Aerospace, the Port of Brisbane, Virgin Australia, and Boeing Australia.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Virginia has a lot to offer in terms of activities. The suburb has several parks, playgrounds and picnic areas. They include the popular ARC Hill Park and the Downfall Creek Reserve. It is also home to the Virginia Golf Club and the Virginia United Football Club. Some of the accommodation facilities in the area include the Brisbane International Virginia and Novena Palms Motel. The suburb of Virginia has a variety of restaurants offering diverse cuisine options. Sultans Turkish Restaurant offers delicious Meze, El Greco’s Seafood & Carvery is the place to go for fresh fish, Golden Bamboo Chinese Restaurant brings a taste of the orient to Virginia, and Big Dad’s Pies Boondall serves Australian favourites.
Getting to Virginia by plane can be convenient, as it is located around 12 km (7 miles) from the Brisbane International Airport. The area has a bus depot, as well as the Virginia railway station, which is on the Caboolture Line. These services provide access to Brisbane’s Citytrain services. The Gateway Motorway runs to the east of Virginia, providing excellent connectivity for drivers.