Kalinga, a suburban locality in Wooloowin, is 7km north of central Brisbane. Its northern boundary is Kedron Brook, along which is the extensive Kalinga Park. The other side of the Brook is Nundah.

Kalinga Park was officially opened as a reservation area in 1910 for residents of Nundah, Wooloowin and Eagle Junction. These areas were close to the railway line and bus service. Shops ran along Lodge Road, and there was a local cinema continuing into postwar years. The community’s open space was Melrose Park, which includes the Kalinga bowling club. Kalinga has a mixture of interwar Queenslander houses and more recent flats. It ceased being a separate suburb and became part of Wooloowin in 1975 and has just been separated back to its own suburb again.

  • Median Sales Value is $905,000

  • Average Days on Market is 23 Days

  • ​Median Asking Rent is $560 per week