|Population||8543 (2006 census)|
|Area||10.9 km² (4.2 sq mi)|
|Location||17 km (11 mi) from Brisbane CBD|
|LGA(s)||City of Brisbane|
Boondall is a northern suburb of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, formerly known as Cabbage Tree Creek (after the creek that flows through the area). Situated approximately 20 km north of Brisbane near Moreton Bay, almost half way between Brisbane and the coastal city of Redcliffe. Bounded on the north by Deagon, Sandgate and Shorncliffe, on the east by Nudgee and Nudgee Beach, on the south by Banyo, Geebung and Virginia and on the west by Taigum and Zillmere. A residential zone, Boondall is home to a mix of young and established families and retirees.
Close to the Boondall railway station is the Brisbane Entertainment Centre, where many live entertainment shows are held. One of the shows at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre was the popular musical theatre production The Man from Snowy River: Arena Spectacular.
Its local school is Boondall State School that has received numerous awards for their educational programs (e.g. ELF Literacy Program). The Internationally recognised and acclaimed Nudgee College that has seen seven Rhodes scholars is also situated at the edge of the suburb.
The Boondall Wetlands are located in the east of the suburb. These internationally significant wetlands contain more than 1000 hectares of protected area that provide habitat to a wide range of animals including more than 190 species of birds.