Chapel Hill

Chapel Hill is one of the suburbs of Brisbane, Queensland. The suburb is located 7 kilometers west of the Brisbane’s Central Business District. It is mainly a residential suburb, comprising of detached houses and a leafy affluent area.

Population, Postcode and Land area

The estimated population in Chapel Hill as of 2011 census was 10,168 and the postcode of this region is 4069. In addition, the land area of this place covers nearly 5.5km2.

Location with respect to major areas

Suburbs which are surrounded by Chapel Hill are Mount Coot-tha to the north-east, Kenmore Hills to the east, Kenmore Hills to the south-west, Mount Coot-tha to the north, Fig tree Pocket to the south and Indooroopilly to the west.


Chapel Hill comprises the following schools and College: Chapel Hill State School, Brisbane Grammar School, Brisbane Girls Grammar School, St Joseph’s College, Gregory Terrace, Brisbane Boy’s College, Indooroopilly State High and St Peters Lutheran College. Interestingly, the suburb is close to the University of Queensland.


There are two small shopping centres on Moggill Road and Fleming Road; and a major shopping complex. In addition, Chapel Hill Uniting Church is located on the hill on the intersection of Moggill Road and Chapel Hill Road.