Maclean North and South
Maclean lies approximately 33 km from Brisbane. It forms part of the Logan City Council. Although it could be mistaken as one large suburb on a map, it is actually split into the suburbs of North Maclean and South Maclean.
North Maclean and South Maclean are rural residential suburbs experiencing real estate Maclean growth. The average home prices are approximately $470,00. The suburbs are bordered by the Mount Lindesay Highway and the Jimboomba locality. The close neighbours of these two suburbs are Jimboomba, Munruben, Park Ridge and Stockleigh.
The history of the area dates back to the middle 1800s when settlement first took place. Major development became more noticeable in the 1970s when new homes were built in the area.
North Maclean, which lies south of Munruben, offers an ambience of rural tranquillity. It is the ideal setting for those who want to escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. For horse lovers and the horse-riding fraternity, the Park Ridge Adult Riding Group is the place to be. It also caters for the whole family. The suburb also provides camping areas for outdoor lovers. The Tully Memorial Park, next to the Logan River has appealing walks. An interesting plaque in the park commemorates one of the expeditions of Patrick Logan, one of the first settlers in the area, and from whom Logan City received its name.
South of North Maclean we arrive at the obvious suburb of South Maclean. This suburb is similar to its northerly sister regarding the acreage lifestyles. Property management Maclean homes in South Maclean are priced somewhere in the region of $450,000.
Schools are in the neighbouring Jimboomba where there is a choice of several schools, including Jimboomba State School and Hills International College. Shops in Maclean cater for basic needs, and the larger shopping complexes are close at hand in the neighbouring suburbs.