Region Profile

West End

Brisbane’s eccentric West End is a melting pot of culture and quirkiness, filled with organic markets, boutique coffee shops, restaurants and bars.

 

Originally named after London’s own West End, the south-western Brisbane suburb is just three kilometres from the city’s central business district, providing visitors with an alternative place to visit or stay within arm’s reach of everything the city has to offer.

 

While visitors of all ages and stages can be found in West End’s many restaurants, eclectic shops, or at the area’s many festivals and events, the area’s many unique offerings are particularly popular with visitors in their 20s and 30s. 

 

With many accommodation providers within walking distance of major local attractions, West End has a relaxed outdoorsy atmosphere that draws guests around its laneway bars, down bustling Boundary Street, and into vintage stores. For the slightly more adventurous traveller, cheap bike hire can be arranged at a local rental store, allowing them to easily explore further afield.

 

With Brisbane Airport only a 20-minute drive away, both domestic and international visitors can easily access the area by air travel. While some accommodation providers have shuttle services to and from the airport, guests staying at other properties can arrange car hire from the airport, or take a short taxi ride.

 

With a total of 101 accommodation options and food services on offer, West End is well equipped to cater to those looking for somewhere to stay and play, providing a range of budget stays and luxury properties. Guests can stay in hotels or serviced apartments, or for a cheaper option, can choose to stay in one of the motels or hostels available.

 

While West End is home to under 9,500 residents, many more travel to the area for leisure and business each year, keeping 10 percent of the local population employed by the accommodation and food services industry.

 

With moderate to warm temperatures throughout from season to season, West End retains high visitor numbers throughout the year, with higher rates of tourism over state school holiday periods and the summer months.

Current listings for West End

Suburbs in the West End region

  • West End PC: 4101
Permanent Management Rights - Option to Live on or Offsite
Exclusive - 1.86 Multiplier with 3-Bedroom Residence – ID 9144
Mid North Coast Riverfront Leasehold Motel with 25 Year Lease - 1P5993M
No Requirement To Live Onsite - ID 8411
Beachfront Going Concern Tourist Park, Far North Queensland - 1055CPF
FREEHOLD - MIXED-USE COMMERCIAL PROPERTY WITH APPROVALS & EXPANSION POTENTIAL | Resort Brokers ID : FH008317
Exclusive - Outstanding Modern Complex Caretaking Only - ID 9121
LEASEHOLD MOTEL WITH PRIME POSITION & PROVEN PERFORMANCE  | Resort Brokers ID : LH008313
UNLOCK INVESTMENT POTENTIAL: PRIME NARRABRI SERVICED APARTMENTS AWAIT! | Resort Brokers ID : FH008316
Enticing Business Opportunity
Well-established CBD Hotel with Gaming & Accommodation - 1P6039
ACCOMMODATION & TOURISM BUSINESS FOR SALE IN CAPE TRIBULATION - 2820MF
Multi-award winning resort - Tweed Byron Hinterland FHGC | Resort Brokers ID : FH008315
Absolute Beachfront Resort Complex
Waterfront Property within Resort
Drouin Motel - 1P6044
Small Permanent Complex in Southport - ID 8381
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