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Woolloongabba is an inner suburb of Brisbane, located 4 km (2 miles) south of its central business district. The name of the district means either ’whirling waters’ or ’fight talk place’ – a debate rages between experts, that hasn’t reached a consensus. Locals often refer to it as simply ‘The Gabba’, which is also the name of the Brisbane Cricket Ground, located in the city. The suburb has around four thousand inhabitants and thirty per cent of them speak a language other than English.
Major economic concerns in Woolloongabba include cafes, restaurants, takeaway food services, hospitals, tertiary education, state government administration, and legal and accounting services. The suburb includes several top primary schools serving commuter families. Located on the periphery of Woolloongabba is the Brisbane businesses district. Companies with office space and other facilities in this area include DHL Global’s Oceanic, Asia Pacific Aerospace’s headquarters, Virgin Australia, Credit Union Australia.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Woolloongabba has a lot to offer in terms of sights and activities. Major landmarks include the Norman Hotel, the Brisbane Cricket Ground, Princess Alexandra Hospital and the many apartment buildings with river views. The South Bank Parklands and the Diamantina Healthcare Museum are both well worth a visit. Woolloongabba has a variety of restaurants offering diverse cuisine options. Examples include Brewhouse Brisbane a much loved grill-house, Goa-doodle-do, and Asian D’Lites are also both great choices. Bengal Kitchen serves Indian dishes, Ben’s Vietnamese and Chinese brings a taste of the orient to Woolloongabba, and Bistrot is a French establishment.
Getting to Woolloongabba by plane is easy, as it is located 19 km (12 miles) from the Brisbane International Airport. The Park Road railway station, as well as the Mater Hill and Woolloongabba bus stations, provides access to public transportation in the area. The Pacific Motorway is a major road passing through the suburb.