Myrtletown, Queensland

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Myrtletown is an unbounded locality within the suburb of Pinkenba, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. In the east of Pinkenba, it is situated near the northern bank of the mouth of the Brisbane River. Formerly a semi-rural residential area, the construction of the Brisbane Airport at nearby Cribb Island caused most residents to leave. The area's school closed in 1971,[1] and the area has become increasingly industrial ever since.


  1. ^ Opening and Closing Dates of Queensland Schools, Education Queensland, retrieved May 19, 2007

Coordinates: 27°24′S 153°08′E / 27.400°S 153.133°E / -27.400; 153.133