The Brindabella Medical Centre is a mixed billing practice opened in 2023. It is in an established location inside a building dedicated to healthcare.
The centre’s priorities include exceptional patient care, accessibility, convenience and affordability. The centre strives to deliver outstanding healthcare services and maintains a commitment to improving the overall health of the community of Queanbeyan.
Doctors are well supported by innovative technology and dedicated staff. Brindabella Medical Centre uses the top clinical software – Best Practice, as well as one of the largest online health appointment booking services – HotDoc.
Brindabella Medical Centre is located in 80 Morisset Street, which houses other health service providers.
The main building is easily accessible and provides plenty of parking in the adjacent parking lot.
Queanbeyan is a friendly, multicultural city that offers the lifestyle and ambience of a rural town. Home to 57,300 people, Queanbeyan is located outside the border of the ACT in NSW and is built along the Queanbeyan River.
Queen Elizabeth II Park, outside of Riverside Plaza, is an award-winning location that is ideal for family events such as Music by the River. Other popular community spots include Brad Haddin Town Park, “The Q” – Queanbeyan Performing Arts Centre and the extensive Queanbeyan Golf Club. There are also a number of primary and high schools in the area.
Significant redevelopment is planned for Queanbeyan. In 2019, a $140m capital works program was adopted to fund several proposals – including the Regional Sports Complex and Bungendore Sports Hub as well as major road projects.
Canberra, the nation’s capital, has a population of around 400,000 people and covers 814 square kilometres.
All our medical centres in the area, except for Hyperdome, are in districts classified as DPA (Distribution Priority Area) and are near the CBD. This is in contrast with cities like Sydney or Melbourne where DPAs are much further away.
Canberra has been named the world’s most sustainable city in 2021, according to Uswitch. The 2019 ‘Life In Australia’ report from Ipsos market research named it as the most liveable city in the country – for the third year in a row. The study showed that Canberrans feel safer living here and happier about their access to work and education than the residents of every other Australian capital city. Canberra was also named by Lonely Planet as the world’s third best city to travel to in 2018 (ahead of Melbourne and Sydney in 6th and 7th place).
Canberra offers a terrific diversity of attractions and experiences. There’s a whole world of cultural events, entertainment, dining, and places to visit – all contained within a city that is easy to get around.
Landmarks and icons
- Parliament House
- National Gallery of Australia
- National Museum of Australia
- National Library of Australia
- Australian War Memorial
- Questacon – the National Science and Technology Centre
- Kings Park
- The NewActon precinct
- Mount Ainslie
- Black Mountain
Culture and events
Canberra has a lively, creative and contemporary character. It’s Café and restaurant culture is prominent – the nation’s capital has more restaurants per capita than any other Australian city (Experts Guide to Canberra, 9/8/2017).
Major events include:
- Canberra International Music Festival
- Canberra Balloon Spectacular
- National Multicultural Festival
- Enlighten Festival
Finding a home
Property prices are lower and more reasonable in Canberra compared to other major cities such as Sydney and Melbourne. The Australian Capital Territory has a median house price of $722,440 and a median unit price of $426,719 (Domain House Price Report, March 2019).
Accessibility and infrastructure
Canberra is well laid out and easy to get around by car, bus, bicycle or on foot. The city provides convenient vehicle and bike access due to future-proofed roads and there is abundant parking. The latest transport option is the Canberra Metro light rail line, with stage-1 northwards from the CBD to Gungahlin in service now and plans for further links under consideration or soon to commence construction.
Canberra abounds with beautiful lakes and spectacular bushland with many bush walks, bike trails and wildlife reserves to explore. Canberra is known as ‘the bush capital’ of Australia. The centrepiece of Canberra is the large man-made Lake Burley Griffin, which is an ideal water playground for rowing, sailing and kayaking. Cyclists and walkers are well catered for along the 40km shoreline, with numerous parks and gardens to enjoy.
Childcare and schooling
There is a wide range of childcare, preschool, primary school and secondary school facilities in Canberra, with a variety of privately-run and Government-provided options. The A.C.T. is home to the Australian National University, which was ranked first in Australia and 24th globally in the prestigious QS World University Rankings for 2019.
Canberra is home to a population with diverse multicultural backgrounds. A recent study showed that 6% of A.C.T. residents reported speaking a language other than English at home – the most common being Italian followed by Macedonian, German, Filipino, Mandarin, and Punjabi (ABS data 2016).
A.C.T. government figures show that the biggest groups of migrants who decide to take up citizenship in the territory were from South Africa, the United Kingdom, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, China, Vietnam and the Philippines. Population Australia lists the top six countries of birth for people in Canberra as being from: Australia, England, China, India, New Zealand and Vietnam.
The benefits of working with us
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