Enjoy a variety of shopping, dining and entertainment options, just meters away from your doorstep, and the Brisbane CBD just seven stops away via the Nundah train station.
Thanks to the Airport Link, Nundah Village is only six minutes to the Brisbane domestic and international airport terminals, and ten minutes to the Port of Brisbane. This close proximity to Brisbane’s three major employment nodes makes Circa Nundah the perfect choice for either the owner occupier or the investor.
Brisbane’s most popular pilates studio, Studio Pilates® International, will be opening it’s fourth stunning new boutique studio at Circa Nundah Village in June. Studio Pilates® Nundah Village is set to rock the bodies of those who live in and around Nundah by providing inspiring and motivating instructors to deliver the famous 40-minute Studio Pilates® reformer classes. Located in the vibrant new precinct at Circa Nundah Village on Sandgate Road, Studio Pilates® Nundah Village has a sophisticated and luxurious feel, with beautiful dark timber flooring, minimalist white surrounds and stunning chandeliers – providing an inviting and exhilarating fitness experience.
Jump on the Sushi Edo train, recently opened on Sandgate Road at Circa Nundah Village. Sushi Edo ticks all the boxes: great prices, fresh food and new technology for ordering right from your table! All dishes on the Sushi Train are $3.50 a plate – this is a great flat rate for all the fresh fish lovers. Sushi Edo are passionate about sourcing the healthiest and freshest ingredients with black rice being the preferred choice and the meat, fish and vegetables ordered fresh daily. If you’re coming to dine in, Sushi Edo offer you the convenience – and fun! – of ordering all your food and drinks from iPads installed at your table.
Once known as ‘The Royal English Hotel’, The Royal has re-opened its doors after extensive renovations, unmasking a casual Italian eatery, bar and refurbished gaming room in the heart of Nundah Village. The Royal is serving up Gillian’s famous sand crab lasagne, Italian street food, stone-baked pizzas and hand-cut antipasto. There is even a menu for the ‘bambinos’. At The Royal, service is quick and food is honest, with guests watching on as chefs put on a show using a feature vintage slicing machine. The new gaming room, which features a bar, tea, coffee and snacks, has moved to an intimate downstairs setting adjoining the restaurant, with easy access via the carpark.
Massage, waxing, facials, spa packages… divine. Relax, heaven is finally here in Nundah! endota spa is now open and dishing up the very best treatments in town. Soak up massage, facials and body treatments, seduce skin with an all Australia organic skin care or simply stretch out in our spacious linger- worthy lounge. Spa manager Christine has over 10 years’ experience in making sure people have treatments that they will want to come back for “an endota spa experience that will leave you feeling and looking aah-mazing.”
What happens when dreams and passion unite? For baby-boomers Paul and Christine Norris, this happy union led to the creation of their business – Grand Ideas Salvage Emporium. The idea was born after Paul and Christine had retired, and their business showcases ‘one of a kind’ pieces that have been recycled or repurposed.
Why are locals are loving Nundah’s newest café? Despite only being open since October, café startup The Power Station Co at Circa has quickly developed a reputation for outstanding coffee and customer service. The food stacks up too, with the famed banana bread having a reputation all of its own.