Suburbs / Pine Rivers

Bray Park

About Bray Park

Bray Park is a residential suburb in the Pine Rivers district, immediately north of Strathpine.

Key amenities in Bray Park include Bray Park State School, Bray Park State High School, Holy Spirit School, and Les Hughes Sporting Complex.

Things to see and do in Bray Park

History of Bray Park

Until 1970, the undeveloped suburb was known as Strathpine West, Bray Park was named on 1st April 1970 after John Sanders Bray, a former Pine Rivers Shire Councillor.

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