Best Things To Do In Auchenflower
Auchenflower in Brisbane’s inner west is renowned for its sprawling ornate Queenslanders perched on steep narrow streets threading through its leafy hills but it is also home to some great restaurants, a chic bar, quaint croquet club and one of Brisbane’s spookiest villas.
The suburb’s name, which is Gaelic for ‘field of flowers’ comes from the family estate of Qld Premier Thomas McIlwraith, who built his grand imposing house (since demolished) there in 1880. Oddly, its billiard and ballrooms were salvaged and are now located in Tamborine Estate Winery
Today Auchenflower is cut in half by Milton Road and it is in the vicinity of and along this busy stretch that its main attractions lie: