Le Mans Bulimba is located just north of Hawthorne (on Goodwin street just off Oxford) for all your car service and mechanical requirements. Le Mans Bulimba has been servicing Hawthorne for over thirty years, providing convenient same day mechanical and car service for Bulimba and Hawthorne.


Le Mans is the authorised Bosch Mechanic for the Hawthorne area. Together with the Bosch International network we specialise in eurpoean servicing for brands like VW, Mercedes, Audi and BMW. We are fully tooled and teched up to service euro brands.


We pride our selves in providing Hawthorne with high quality car servicing and mechanical repair without the need to travel across the city for your car service. With average google review score of 5.0 we try our very best to make our Hawthorne Mechanic and car service the best choice for you.


Call Chad on 3399 8161 to book your Hawthorne Car Service.



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Hawthorne is suburb of Brisbane, Australia, located 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) east of the CBD.[2]


Toponymy

Hawthorne is named after the hawthorne bushes that were planted in the 1850s and 1860s by the original settler William Baynes.[4]

History

Hawthorne started as a farming district in the 1860s, and was gradually subdivided as Brisbane grew. This was helped by the introduction of ferry and tram services.

Demographics

The 2011 Census recorded 4,775 residents in Hawthorne, of whom 50.5% were female and 49.5% were male. The median age of the population was 33; four years younger than the Australian median.[1]

71.3% of people living in Hawthorne were born in Australia, compared to the national average of 69.8%. The other most common countries of birth were England (5.1%), New Zealand (3.9%), Scotland (0.9%), the United States (0.9%), and South Africa (0.8%). 88% of people only spoke English at home, while the next most commonly spoken languages were Spanish (0.8%), Greek (0.7%), French (0.6%), Japanese (0.4%), and Italian (0.4%).[1]

Landmarks

The Hawthorne Cinema complex, on Hawthorne Road, is a classic theatre, opened in the 1940s it contains a large curved screen - one of the largest in Brisbane, as well as 2 smaller screens. It is part of the Cineplex Australia chain of cinemas, also including the Balmoral, Southbank and the (newly opened) Victoria Point cinema complexes. Hawthorne is home to several parks, and has numerous public transport options and a CityCat stop. Lourdes Hill College is an independent girls college in the heart of Hawthorne, that opened in 1916.

Aerial view of Hawthorne taken in 1947

Heritage listings

Hawthorne has a number of heritage-listed sites, including:

28 Gordon Street: Hawthorne Ferry Terminal & Hardcastle Park[5]

Transport

Hawthorne is well serviced by public transport with Bus, CityCat and close proximity to Morningside railway station. Hawthorne is located in zone 2 of the TransLink integrated public transport system.

Train

Hawthorne is located under 2 km (1.2 mi) away from the Morningside railway station, which provides Queensland Rail City network services to the Brisbane CBD and Cleveland.

Bus

Hawthorne is serviced by two bus routes, the 230 and the 232. Each bus route provides access to the Brisbane CBD, Fortitude Valley as well as other suburbs listed below.

Bus Routes:
230 - Bulimba, Riding Rd, Gabba, South Brisbane, City, Valley
232 - Cannon Hill, Balmoral, Bulimba, East Bris, Valley, City

FerryThe Hawthorne ferry wharf provides CityCat services to Brisbane CBD, South Bank Parklands, and other suburbs on the CityCat network.