South Brisbane is one of the inner city suburb of Brisbane, Australia on the southern bank of the Brisbane River wherein the population was estimated to be 5,416 composed of 48.80% female and 51.20% male based on 2011 Australian Census. Comparing it with nearby suburbs, this area boast of a more modernize living which highlights massive public transport services including central train stations at South Brisbane, South East Busway stations at Cultural Centre, South Bank, and Mater Hill. Ferry services are also in demand like the CityCat ferry services connecting the South Brisbane to other riverside suburbs. The South bank area boasts many notable attractions such as the Southbank Parklands, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Center and Queensland Cultural Center. There are also a number of educational institutions like the St. Laurence’s College and Griffith University to name a few.
The suburb was previously big on manufacturing and commercialized. Its shift began when it was selected as the location of World Expo ’88, which was built on former wharves and industrial land. South Brisbane has emerged as fashionable, high density, modern residential area, given its proximity to the city center and good public transport links. A number of big corporations also established offices in new buildings in this suburb attracting residents and business enthusiasts to invest in this region. As the number grows, the likelihood of water supply also increased. Through time, pipelines also gets clogged due to foreign objects or materials coming from homes, companies and structures blocking the passage way. Initially, these materials may not fully block the drain, but over time, these materials will continue to collect which later on prevents water from flowing freely.
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