In Coorparoo we celebrate our range of "Crown" inground pools in fine style. In Coorparoo and perfect for the budget conscious pool builder is a Crown pool featuring concrete construction, tiled effects and select finishes. A Crown pool is serviced by perfectly matched pump and filtration, so you will be swimming in no time.
In Coorparoo, if a dash of flair is your thing, then a Meridian series pool is dressed to impress and is the perfect pool for you. With all concrete construction, select finishes, premium tiling and you get the option of one or more features that improve your pools function or aesthetic to make the most of your lifestyle.
To match your luxury Coorparoo lifestyle is our range or Pinnacle pools. A celebration of premium Coorparoo living, enjoy a completely custom designed and crafted to your lifestyle is your Pinnacle pool. In pool seating and the finest pumping and filtration available, integration to the household, entertaining areas, the latest technology with the likes of windows plus options in superior finishes and tiling.
Coorparoo is a suburb in Brisbane, it's location can be found right around the suburbs of Camp Hill, Holland Park, Stones Corner, Greenslopes, East Brisbane, and Norman Park.
The name Coorparoo is said to be agreed upon on a meeting back in 1875. Early surveyors allegedly recorded the area as Koolpuroom, the Aboriginal name for Norman Creek. History is not clear whether the name Coorparoo has something to do with mosquitos, or it is derived from the sound made by a spotted dove. Nevertheless, the name Coorparoo got stuck, and it seems like more than 16,000 people living in the suburb are okay with it.
There is, however, an Aboriginal history about Coorparoo that seems to sound more soundly than the others, it tells of the Coorparoo Clan camping along creeks. There were reports of the Aborigines raiding produce back in 1846, and a fight between various territories in 1853 that ultimately defined the settlements of nearby places including that of Coorparoo.
The following years saw investors flocking into the area and buying lands to create residential spaces. In 1876, public transport came in the form of wagonettes offered by Frederick Robinson. More and more subdivisions were opened for the public, and the real estate landscape in Coorparoo literally changed since then.
The Coorparoo of today continues to develop, with the demolition of the old Myer Department Store came three residential towers with commercial spaces on the ground floors. Coorparoo Square was established in 2017 that has a Dendy Cinema, Aldi Supermarket, and many retail and coffee shops.
The homes in Coorparoo are very different from what they looked like in the late 1800s, but is still inhabited by some of the nicest people in Brisbane.
Pools Coorparoo Brisbane Profiles
|Amelia Street, Coorparoo||Family Pool||6.3 m|
|Brae Street, Coorparoo||Family Pool||6.3 m|
|Buena Vista Ave, Coorparoo||Luxury Pool||9.6 m|
|Capella Street, Coorparoo||Family Pool||9 m|
|Cavendish Rd, Coorparoo||Family Pool||9.1 m|
|Chatsworth Rd, Coorparoo||Luxury Pool||7.3 m|
|Ferol Street, Coorparoo||Family Pool||8.7 m|
|Hipwood Ave, Coorparoo||Lap Pool||15 m|
|Hipwood Ave, Coorparoo||Family Pool||8.1 m|
|Letchworth Rd, Coorparoo||Luxury Pool||12 m|
|Letchworth Rd, Coorparoo||Lap Pool||13.7 m|
|Mackay Street, Coorparoo||Luxury Pool||7.2 m|
|Mars Street, Coorparoo||Family Pool||9.3 m|
|Orion Street, Coorparoo||Luxury Pool||8.2 m|
|Sirius Street, Coorparoo||Lap Pool||10.4 m|
|Smeaton Street, Coorparoo||Family Pool||8.5 m|
|Stirrat Street, Coorparoo||Family Pool||8.5 m|
|Stoneleigh Street, Coorparoo||Family Pool||8.7 m|
|Trundle Street, Coorparoo||Lap Pool||14.5 m|
|Verry Street, Coorparoo||Luxury Pool||9.1 m|
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