Prime positioning en route
to all of Brisbane

Occupying a central position in Clayfield, at College Junction you’re in the heart of Brisbane’s inner north. Situated on the corner of Wagner Road and major arterial Sandgate Road, the site is easily accessible by train, bus or car. College Junction is well placed to benefit from the city’s major urban renewal precincts, which are increasing property densities and attracting thousands of new residents each year. Underpinning this population surge is expanding public and private investment in new infrastructure and lifestyle amenities.


Northshore Hamilton

4 Kilometres


RNA Showgrounds Precinct

4 Kilometres


Green Square Precinct

4.5 Kilometres


Brisbane Airports

5.5 Kilometres


Brisbane CBD

6 Kilometres


Port of Brisbane

12 Kilometres

Sandgate Road Shopping
& Dining Precinct

Our Location


Bus Services

At Front Door


Clayfield College

25 Metres


Clayfield Train Station

300 Metres


St Rita’s College

650 Metres


1 Kilometre


Southern Cross Way

2.5 Kilometres


Kingsford Smith Drive

2.5 Kilometres


Portside Wharf

2.6 Kilometres


Gateway Motorway

3.5 Kilometres


Gasworks Newstead

3.6 Kilometres



Surrounding Clayfield
are some of Brisbane and Australia’s most significant renewal projects:

  • Brisbane Showgrounds Regeneration
  • Northshore Hamilton
  • Gasworks Newstead
  • Green Square, Fortitude Valley
  • Portside Wharf
  • Australia TradeCoast

The Fundamentals

College Junction presents an extraordinary opportunity for your business to gain exposure in a landmark new health and wellness complex. An integrated building that brings together the clinical and commercial aspects of the healthcare industry, College Junction is positioned for maximum visibility on the corner of Sandgate Road and Wagner Road in the heart of Clayfield. Here you can tap into the extraordinary growth potential of inner-city Clayfield, which is benefitting enormously from Brisbane’s continued population growth, new infrastructure investment, and major urban renewal projects.

Family-oriented Clayfield is populated by many of the city’s best schools, including Clayfield College, St Rita’s College, St Margaret's College and Eagle Junction State School. Sandgate Road connects residents to the suburb’s schools, convenience shops, and local services, along with the affluent neighbouring suburbs of Ascot, Wooloowin, and Hendra. The arterial remains the favoured route south into the CBD, with northward bound traffic connecting to the rapidly expanding Airport and TradeCoast region via AirportLink.

Suburbs within a 2 kilometre radius of College Junction have seen significant population growth in recent years. Surrounding suburbs Nundah, Albion, Hamilton and Lutwyche each have large numbers of high-density dwellings emerging, which will put considerable weight on the provision of localised services and amenities when considering a persons inclination to find services close to home. College Junction will fill this void, providing health services and facilities to a widely expanding population in the catchment area.


At College Junction tenants will be centrally positioned along Sandgate Road, a thriving shopping and dining strip that serves as the focal point of the suburb.  Whether it’s for casual dining or convenience shopping, the strip attracts passing commuters and residents near and far.

Major national retailer Australia Post complements banking services and a diversity of convenience stores, while further afield are some of the city’s best-regarded public and private schools.

Top 5 Employment Growth Areas in Brisbane (2011 – 2031)


Brisbane’s resident population grew by 25.2% from 1.63 million to 2.04 million over the decade to 2010, cementing its reputation as one of Australia’s fastest growing capital cities. The growth is forecasted to continue over the next two decades, with metropolitan Brisbane’s resident population expected to grow by an additional 820,000 residents. Much of this projected growth is expected to be concentrated around Brisbane’s Inner City, where major urban renewal projects have increased population densities.

Strategically positioned within Brisbane’s rapidly expanding inner city, Clayfield sits between the Brisbane CBD, Bowen Hills and Australia TradeCoast region – forecast as three of the city’s top five employment growth areas to 2031. Not surprisingly, the suburb’s population has tracked Brisbane’s impressive 1.7% growth rate over the past three years, with Clayfield’s resident population projected to expand by hundreds of new residents to reach 11,195 by 2031. An affluent blue-chip suburb, Clayfield’s highly educated population draws a median household income in excess of $1,500 per week.