Queensland Real Estate Statistics
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Amenities in Queensland
Queensland is a beautiful and quaint community nestled in southwest Calgary, Alberta. Homeowners looking for a picturesque neighbourhood that’s great for families and professionals will love Queensland.
Enjoy endless outdoor activities with intimate access to Fish Creek Provincial Park and the Bow River. Residents can ice skate in the winter and fish in the summer. There are plenty of parks and playgrounds in the neighbourhood for children to play and dogs to roam.
Queensland has access to major roads which opens up plenty of opportunities for dining, shopping and entertainment. This picturesque family-friendly community is tucked away from the city bustle while still providing the ease and convenience of urban amenities.
Queensland Fitness and Recreation Opportunities
Queensland is a short drive away from Anytime Fitness, Synapse Health and Fitness, and GoodLife Fitness. Residents have many choices for keeping up with their fitness goals with easy access to gym equipment, group workout classes, and one-on-one training.
The community is well-equipped for recreational and leisure activities with multiple playgrounds, tennis courts, a basketball court, a skating rink, and fields for baseball, soccer, and football. Canyon Meadows Aquatic and Fitness Centre is a 12-minute drive away. Residents can head there for a public swimming pool, gym, hot tub, and steam room.
Golf lovers in Queensland can head to Maple Ridge Golf Course, situated just north of the community. Located just off Deerfoot Trail, this mature 18-hole course has consistent greens and challenging holes. Put your skills to the test and grab a snack at the clubhouse after.
Queensland Shopping and Dining
Queensland residents can head just next door to Deer Valley Market Place for any daily necessities. No Frills, Co-Op Deer Valley and M&M Food Market make grocery shopping easy and convenient.
Residents have access to multiple gas stations, liquor stores, a Shoppers Drug Mart and various restaurants within a short drive. Grab a coffee at Starbucks or Cornerstone Music Cafe. Grab a bite to eat at Big T’s BBQ Smokehouse, Plaka Greek Taverna, Filos Restaurant & Lounge, KFC, McDonald’s or Fancy Taste of China.
For a more expansive shopping experience, Queensland is less than a 10-minute drive from both Southcentre Mall and Shawnessy Shopping Centre.
Southcentre Mall is a bright contemporary bi-level shopping mall with over 150 stores, a food court, and a large seating area. Shop at big names like Sephora, Hudson’s Bay, Foot Locker, Roots, and Sport Check. The mall is also home to dining options including Milestones,
Starbucks, CRAFT Beer Market, and a variety of other cafes, sandwich shops, burger joints, and restaurants.
Shawnessy Shopping Centre also has tons of big brand names including Canadian Tire, Walmart, Winners, Shoppers Drug Mart, and Best Buy. There are a variety of dining options including Mexican restaurants, Japanese restaurants, burger joints, pizza shops, juice shops, cafes, and more. Catch a movie at Landmark Cinemas after a long day of retail therapy.
Schools Serving Queensland
Queensland provides a variety of schooling options for children. Choose from public, catholic, or private schools for elementary, middle school, or high school programs.
Public school options include Lake Bonavista School, Maple Ridge, Wilma Hansen, Willow Park, Haultain Memorial, and R.T. Alderman School.
Catholic school options include St. Benedict School, St. Cecilia, Don Bosco, and Bishop Grandin High School and Third Academy Calgary.
Childcare options around Queensland include Sunvalley Kids Montessori and Expanding Imaginations Child Care.
Transportation in Queensland
Queensland residents have access to Calgary Transit bus routes 28, 29, 44, 713, and 715. The nearest LRT Station is Canyon Meadows Station.
Queensland is bordered by Diamond Cove to the north, Bow River and Fishcreek Provincial Park to the east, Canyon Meadows Drive to the south, and Bow Bottom Trail to the west.
What is the population of Queensland?
The population of Queensland is 6,030.
Is there a local community association in Queensland?
Queensland is covered by the Queensland Community Association, (QCA). The QCA hosts a variety of events, programs and activities that keep the community clean, safe, and connected. Amenities include playgrounds, parks, tennis courts, a basketball court, a skating rink, and fields for baseball, soccer, and football.
How long is the commute to downtown Calgary?
The commute from Queensland to downtown Calgary takes 20 minutes by car or 50 minutes by public transportation.
Access downtown Calgary by taking Highway 2 N or Blackfoot Trail SE Nx.
What is the average household income in Queensland?
The average household income in Queensland is $93,234.
Is Queensland a safe place to live?
The violent crime rates in Queensland are 12% lower than the Calgary average.
Queensland Community Information
Established in 1973, Queensland is a suburban community in the south-east of Calgary. It is bordered by the community of Diamond Cove to the north, to the east by the Bow River and Fish Creek Provincial Park, to the south by Canyon Meadows Drive, and to the west by Bow Bottom Trail. The community is located proximately to the Bow River. The whole slope provides a wonderful overlooking the river and it has been assigned as a public open space for the residents.
Hospitals and Clinics Serving Queensland
Queensland is a 15-minute drive from Rockyview General Hospital. There are nearby options for a variety of therapies and specialty health clinics. There are two nearby veterinary clinics, Bow Bottom Veterinary Hospital and Lake Bonavista Animal Clinic.
Quick Facts About Queensland
Quadrant: Southwest Calgary
Density (Individuals Per Square KM): 2,712
Violent crime rates are 12% lower than the Calgary average.
Queensland Parks and Outdoors
A highlight of living in Queensland is the intimate access to Fish Creek Provincial Park. Fish Creek is full of extensive trails and walkways, popular for hiking, jogging, cycling, fishing, boating, and picnicking. Residents can spend a day at the lake fly-fishing and then roast some marshmallows in the fire pits at night. This is a beautiful place for a leisurely stroll or an exciting hike.
Queensland has a couple of parks, playgrounds, and green spaces around the neighbourhood perfect for local events, activities, and playtime for the kids.
Dog owners can let their furry friends run free at Queensland Off Leash Dog Park.
Queensland Real Estate Statistics
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