Lota is one of the suburbs in the city of Brisbane, located in the eastern bayside region. The suburb is located 17 kilometers from the Brisbane’s Central Business District.

Heritage sites in Lota

Lota House is a heritage site, which is the residence of William Duckett White, a member of the Queensland Legislative Council.

Population, Postcode and Land area

The estimated population in Lota as of 2011 census was 3,255 and the postcode of this region is 4179.

Suburbs surrounded by Lota

Suburbs which are surrounded by Lota are Wynnum West to the north-west, Manly West to the west, Wakerley to the south-west, Manly to the north, Ransome to the south, Moreton Bay to the east and Thorneside to the south-east.

Transportation facilities

Lota railway station offers rail services that are connected with Queensland Rail City network.

Attractions in LOTA

Lota has the following primary amenities: The Wynnum Hospital, Bayside PCYC, Bayside United Soccer Club, Lota State School and Melaleuca Environmental Park. The Lota Foreshore Park is a Camping Reserve that extends along the eastern edge of the suburb, with playgrounds, barbecuing facilities, boat ramps and a sculpture park.