For about 90 years, Highgate hill had its own railway station at Gloucester Street but it was out of the way and never heavily patronised.
In Highgate Hill a little over a hundred years ago there was a real risk to life and limb from loose animals.
The first night tennis tournament in Brisbane took place in Highgate Hill in 1924
Since the early 1960s, the Torbreck apartment building on Highgate Hill has been a Brisbane landmark. It stands on the site of a colonial era house of the same name.
A con man is caught out selling a widow a Highgate Hill grocery business with fake stock.
The original bridge on Dornoch Terrace passing over Boundary Street was built in the 1880s. The current bridge was the first stage of a river crossing that was never built.
Moving personal stories of the impact of war on our little suburb of Highgate Hill give us a glimpse of what the nation went through in those difficult years.
In 1875, the Brisbane River not only divided Brisbane physically but also culturally. We southsiders still can’t understand why anyone would want to live north of the river.
The Prince of Wales meets an enthusiastic crowd at Highgate Hill and admires the view.
This verbatim account from the driver of a horse drawn cab is probably as risqué as newspaper articles got in 1906.