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Middle Street, Cleveland, 4163

Our ref: # 4223

This Business Centre is located in the heart of the beautiful Redlands. The business delivers a professional service within a relaxed and enjoyable work environment. Whether you require ...

From AZ$800

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Logan Rd, Eight Mile Plains, 4113

Our ref: # 4211

A modern, prestigious free-standing building, this centre has an office park setting with plenty of on-premise parking available. All of our executive serviced offices are of premium A gra...

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Area Information

Cleveland is a suburb of Brisbane, the capital city of the Australian state of Queensland. It is located 25 km (15 miles) south-east of Brisbane. Cleveland is the council seat for the Redland City local government. The suburb is a mixture of residential, commercial, and industrial areas. Cleveland is on the water and has excellent access to Brisbane’s ferry services. There are several historical buildings located in the suburb, dating back two centuries. They include the Cleveland Lighthouse, the Grandview Hotel in North Street, the old courthouse in Paxton Street, and Ormiston House.

Business Information

Hospitality, catering, education, healthcare and construction are the main economic sectors in the suburb. The lighting company Lumascape has its head offices in Cleveland. Nearby Brisbane has developed economic sectors that include IT, financial services, public administration, petroleum refining, paper milling, and metalworking. Tourism also has a big economic significance in the area. Many companies are headquartered in Brisbane or have office space here including DHL Global’s Oceanic, Asia Pacific Aerospace’s headquarters, Virgin Australia, Credit Union Australia, and Boeing Australia.

Entertainment And Dining Out

Cleveland has a lot to offer in terms of sights and activities. Major points of interests are the Stradbroke Island Ferry Terminal, the Redland Museum, the Redland Art Gallery, and Cleveland Showgrounds. Festivals in the suburb include the Redlands Festival and Strawberry Festival. Cleveland boasts an elegant marina, great restaurants and excellent facilities for picnics, barbeques, fishing, sailing and dining, as well as beautiful views of Moreton Bay. Cleveland has a variety of restaurants offering diverse cuisine options. Maharaja Indian Restaurant serves spicy curries, Sunshine on the Bay has a distinctly International menu, the CC Cafe Deli offers modern Australian dishes at a reasonable price, and Fish on Fire is the place to go for fresh seafood.

Transport Information

Getting to the suburb by plane is easy, as it is 30 km (18 miles) from Brisbane International Airport. Cleveland is serviced by its own railway station, providing access to the Citytrain services to Brisbane. By car, the area is reachable through Bloomfield Street and Finucane Road. Cleveland is about fifty minutes drive from Brisbane Central Business District.

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