|Population||1,828 (2016 census)|
|• Density||1,410/km2 (3,640/sq mi)|
|Area||1.3 km2 (0.5 sq mi)|
|Time zone||AEST (UTC+10:00)|
The land use is predominantly residential with a small amount of undeveloped bushland in the south-west of the locality.
On 16 September 1925, the Dingo Hill railway siding was upgraded and renamedGailes railway station ( ), after the Western Gailes Golf Club in Ayrshire, Scotland. The suburb of Gailes takes its name from the railway station. The name Gailes means "overgrown by bog-myrth".
Suburban boundary changes in 1986 resulted in the Gailes railway station now being within the suburb of Wacol in City of Brisbane. Similarly the hill Dingo Hill is now within the neighbouring suburb of Camira.
There is no railway station within the suburb of Gailes. The nearest railway stations are Goodna railway station and Gailes railway station, both of which provide regular Queensland Rail City network services to Brisbane, Ipswich and Rosewood via Ipswich.
There are no schools in Gailes. The nearest primary school is Camira State School in neighbouring Camira to the south. The nearest secondary schools are Bellbird Park State Secondary College in Bellbird Park to the south-west and Woodcrest State College in Springfield to the south.
There are a number of parks in the area, including:
- Lowry Park ( )
- Martin Coogan Park ( )
- Noble Park ( )
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|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Gailes, Queensland.|
- "Gailes". Queensland Places. Centre for the Government of Queensland, University of Queensland.