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Brighton is about 19km from Brisbane’s CBD. Over 41% of households in this area consist of couples with children, 38% are couples without children and 19% are single parent households. Stand-alone houses make up over 91% of the dwellings in this area, and townhouses account for another 3%. Wide streets, timber and tin houses – some beautifully renovated – and established gardens plus the proximity to the water makes Brighton a family friendly and relaxed suburb to live in.
The northern Brisbane suburb of Brighton is caressed by cooling Moreton Bay breezes. It is almost ringed by water, with the bay to the east, the Pine River estuary to the north and the western boundary defined by Bald Hills Creek.
The main access from the south to this near-island suburb is by either the Deagan Deviation or Brighton Terrace.
To the north, the viaduct spanning the mouth of Pine River takes you directly to the Redcliffe Peninsula, which lies in the lee of Moreton Island, a village-studded national park which boasts the highest sand dune in the world: 280m Mt Tempest.
Charter craft offering island, fishing and whale-watching cruises in Moreton Bay and reef and game fishing beyond the protective island chain are constantly plying the waters off the Brisbane coast.
Brighton is a town just north of Hobart, in Tasmania, Australia. It lies between Pontville and the outer Hobart suburb of Bridgewater on the Midland Highway.
From 1826 onwards, the township was the site of the Brighton Barracks, a military accommodation facility until sold off for subdivision in the early 2000s. Most recently it was used as emergency accommodation for refugees fleeing the conflicts in eastern Europe, namely Kosovo.
The area surrounding Brighton was swept with bush and grass fires over the summer of January 2003; however the town itself was safe.
The Brighton area is seeing an increase in light industrial use, being serviced by both road & rail.
The area is also the site of a major horse racing training facility, serving the trotting & pacing industry.