Over 50,000 people (2022) have already made the move to Greater Springfield and we’re on our way to a population of over 100,000 by the end of the decade. Less than 35 minutes on the Centenary Highway, or 40 minutes by train from the Brisbane CBD, this incredible and innovative community is at the epicentre of one of Australia’s fastest growing regions. As the country’s largest master-planned urban environment, Greater Springfield has become a nation-building blueprint for what a 21st century city should be.

With one job planned for every three residents, we’re building more than just homes, we’re creating an economy based around the sectors that will power Australia’s future: health, education, and innovation. No wonder organisations like the Mater Hospital, University of Southern Queensland, GE and Northrop Grumman call Springfield home. With a plan to be Australia’s first zero net energy city by 2038, we’re also making it more efficient to live and do business in Springfield by embracing renewable energy, electric vehicles and lower power bills. As a lifestyle hub, more than 30% of the city is designated as green space, with the stunning Robelle Domain and one of the largest public water parks in the hemisphere at its heart. Our community sporting facilities are among the best in the world, and include Queensland’s #1 ranked public access golf course, and, from next year, the home of the Brisbane Lions Football Club.