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Indulge your passion for culture while living in Burpengary

ByJames Brown

If you've got an interest in culture then a move into Burpengary property could well be a good idea, as the area has access to some of Queensland's most popular sites.

Brisbane CBD is just 35 kilometres away and can easily be accessed by car or public transport, where you'll find everything from art galleries to theatres, museums to events.

Data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) suggests this might be more important to house hunters than ever, as more people show an interest in cultural activities.

In 2013-14, the ABS revealed that over a quarter (27 per cent) of Australians took part in cultural pursuits – a figure that has remained steady since 2010-11.

The ABS recognised some differences between men and women, with the former more likely to participate in cultural activities.

"Women were more likely than men to participate in textile crafts, jewellery making, paper crafts or wood craft and in sculpting, painting, drawing or cartooning," said Gary Niedorfer from the ABS.

"Men were more likely than women to participate in designing websites, computer games or interactive software."

Thinking of making the move to the area? Make sure you speak to an experienced real estate agent in Burpengary to get your search off on the right foot.

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