With extra places now available in the Australian Government’s First Home Loan Deposit Scheme (FHLDS), there’s never been a better time to buy your first home at Brickworks Park. 

Under the FHLDS, eligible first home buyers only require a 5% deposit and don’t need to pay mortgage lenders insurance when purchasing a brand new home off-the-plan.

There are now an extra 10,000 FHLDS places available for the 2020-21 financial year for eligible first home buyers in Brisbane up to $650,000, an increase from the previous cap of $475,000.

Brickworks Park is already attracting strong interest from first home buyers and the extra help from the deposit scheme makes the lifestyle of Brisbane’s newest urban neighbourhood even more appealing.

Apartments start from $385,000

At Brickworks Park, one-bedroom apartments start from only $385,000, meaning you could buy your dream first home in Brisbane’s tightly held inner north with a deposit of less than $20,000!

With a huge range of resident amenities planned and Alderley rated Brisbane’s most liveable suburb*, you’ll love living local!

Brickworks Park will be a place where you can set down roots, form friendships with neighbours, stay active and healthy, and keep the kids entertained. 

From walkable public transport options to quiet and leafy tree-lined streets, it’s easy to see why Brickworks Park will be one of the most desirable locations in Brisbane’s much-loved inner north.


How to apply for the FHLDS

You can make an FHLDS application directly with one of the scheme’s participating lenders or one of their authorised representatives such as a mortgage broker. 

While navigating the process of buying your first home may seem complex, our experienced sales team members at Brickworks Park are also on hand to help you through the process, understand eligibility criteria and showcase suitable options within the $650,000 price cap.


To find out more about buying off the plan at Brickworks Park, contact our team on 1800 861 868 or register your interest here

*Domain Liveable Brisbane study, 2019, authored by Deloitte Access Economics and Tract Consultants.