Liveability at Newport

Liveability at Newport

At Stockland, we know it takes a lot more than bricks and mortar to create a thriving community.

Stockland’s annual Liveability Index Survey is an important measure of what our residents value, from a sense of belonging, connection to everyday essentials and healthy and active lifestyles, to safety and the quality of the surrounding environment.

This year’s Liveability survey revealed an impressive 86% of respondents were proud to call Newport home. Having great parks within easy walking distance, and living in a community where they feel safe were some of the most valued features of our growing community. 

The quality of the natural environment also scored big points, and with Newport located close to the water’s edge in the beautiful Moreton Bay region, it’s easy to understand why.

We’re always looking for ways to make life at Newport even better, which is why we’re finding more opportunities for new neighbours to get to know each other and enjoy their new community.

Click here to take a closer look at what residents said about life at Newport.


Visit us at Newport Sales and Information Centre - open daily from 7am - 5pm
Corner of Lakeview Promenade and Griffith Road, Newport QLD 4020  
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Community Highlights

Discover why Newport is the perfect place for home buyers.

Shopping and Dining

Just minutes away is the vibrant Redcliffe dining and retail precinct, Scarborough's iconic seafood offerings, Peninsula Fair Shopping centre, and the booming North Lakes retail and dining hub. Whether it's fish and chips by the water, an afternoon of retail therapy at the shopping mecca of North Lakes, or flick at the cinemas, everything you need is close to home.

Childcare and Education

Four private and state schools and three child care centres nearby, as well as a proposed childcare centre within the community, you'll find a wealth of choice for your family. Newport is the ideal place for families to grow and young minds to flourish. 

Sport and Recreation

Make your way through the kilometres of walking and cycling paths winding their way throughout the community to the foreshore parks. Alongside with its enviable waterside location, you can enjoy access to sporting facilities in the surrounding area, including a proposed AFL sports complex, Talobilla Park, championship golf course at North Lakes, and a range of sailing activities at the Newport and Scarborough Marinas.


Newport is minutes from public transport, such as buses and trains that link you to Brisbane CBD and local suburbs. Why not leave your car at home? With the Bruce and Houghton Highways providing easy access to the Brisbane CBD, Sunshine Coast and Gold Coast, you can enjoy a great family day out.

Health and Wellbeing

Numerous health services are available nearby, including medical centres, specialist clinics and medical services, allied health providers, the dedicated Peninsula Private Hospital and the Redcliffe Hospital.


Aboriginal Heritage

The Kabi Kabi Undambi people are recognised as the traditional owners of Newport, Queensland. The land within and surrounding Newport is set amongst the Kabi Kabi Undambi Area Claim (QC2016/011), which extends along the coast of Moreton Bay between Sandstone Point and Brighton.The Kabi Kabi Undambi people have a deep knowledge and respect for country passed down by elders and a profound physical and spiritual connection to country which guides the way they understand, navigate and use the land as well as cultural practices. Stockland acknowledges the traditional owners of the land - their elders past and present - and is committed to reconciliation with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

Enquire now and stay up to date with the latest news, events and releases from Newport.

Visit us in person at our Sales & Information Centre, on the Corner of Griffith Road and Boardman Road, Newport, QLD. For enquiriers phone 1800 619 605