Take a look inside the details that make Newstead such an attractive inner-city Brisbane residential choice. There's restaurants, bars and retail precincts all on the doorstep of residents.

For residents of Newstead and Teneriffe, the title of American musician Drake's latest body of work rings true: what a time to be alive. Fifteen years ago, Newstead was an inner-city suburb with contaminated land. Today, the suburb's widely considered the pinnacle of Brisbane lifestyle given the array of lifestyle options on the doorstep of residents. Two kilometres away from Brisbane's central business district, Newstead is home to many of Queensland's leading restaurants, cafes and bars. Acting as a central hub is the famed Gasworks area, a retail and dining precinct that houses major shopping outlets such as Woolworths and Terry White Chemists.

Music aficionados can get their fill of the world's best talent when they're performing in town at The Triffid, a live venue that is owned by Powderfinger's John 'JC' Collins. For thirsty punters looking to wet their whistle, one can indulge in a few drinks at popular watering holes such as Green Beacon, Newstead Brewery, The Defiant Duck and Tippler's Tap. In terms of dining, many of Brisbane's most popular eateries are local including Paolo Biscaro's Beccofino and the Moubarak's Hatch & Co. All of which contribute to Newstead's amazing lifestyle and why it's arguably Brisbane's best residential suburb.

Ayda Shabanzadeh

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