Carindale is a suburb of Brisbane, Queensland,
Australia. Carindale is located 10 kilometres
(6.2 mi) east of the CBD, and borders
Belmont, Carina, Carina Heights, Mackenzie,
Mansfield, Mount Gravatt East, and Tingalpa.
Notable features of Carindale include a large
shopping centre - Westfield Carindale, the
Pacific Golf Club, Belmont State School,
Belmont Bushland Reserve, Belmont Private
Hospital (psychiatric only) and Bulimba Creek.
The Gateway Motorway borders the suburb. In
addition to Indooroopilly in the west;
Chermside on the north-side; and Mount
Gravatt on the south side, the suburb of
Carindale has been described as a mini-CBD.
Public transport runs frequently to and from
Carindale and the City via Old Cleveland Road
and Creek Road, leading to the South East
The Carindale area is of a high socio-economic
condition, which is evidenced by the "mini-
mansions" that form much of the suburb. In
recent years, many high density apartment
blocks have been approved throughout the
retail area of the suburb and are now under
construction. The apartments rise up to the
maximum height of 8 floors.