Home to a popular skate park and major sports precinct.

Rich, red, fertile soil that grows almost anything in Thornlands’ suburban backyard gardens echoes the farming area that the village once was, creating lush streetscapes filled with sub-tropical flora.

Youth love the village’s popular skate park, and Pinklands Recreation Reserve is a colourful precinct with a multitude of sports options and a football club.

Music lovers will find plenty to sing about at Redlands Modern Country Music Club while art enthusiasts can enjoy the local talent on offer at Yurara Art Gallery, both of which are located within the reserve.

For a self-propelled adventure, try the network of walking and cycle trails that connect with the Eddie Santagiuliana Way.

Located between the boutique shopping options and café culture of Cleveland and the larger retail and dining centres of Victoria Point, Thornlands is never far from a great shopping or food experience.

Getting around
- Train: The closest railway station is Cleveland, which is located at the end of the Cleveland line.
- Vehicle: 50 minute drive from the Brisbane CBD; 40 minute drive from Brisbane airport.
- Bike: On and off road commuter and recreational cycle ways run throughout.
- Bus: Transdev operates regular bus services.