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From Ferny Grove, Ferny Hills, and Arana Hills

We look after families and patients from these suburbs

Today’s Dentistry in Aspley, Brisbane, is a only a short drive from these suburbs

From Ferny Grove

From Ferny Grove train station, travel east along Ferny Way, until you get to Patricks Road. Turn right onto Patricks road, and follow to Dawson Parade in Arana Hills.

From Arana Hills

Turn left onto Dawson Parade, and then right onto Pimelea Street.

Follow Pimelea Street through Everton Hills.

From Everton Hills

While in Everton Hills Pimelea Street becomes Queens Road.

Look out for this sign on Gympie Rd at the entrance to the car park.

Turn right at the round about (underneath the Old Northern Road), onto Rode Road.

When you get see the Pizza Capers, turn Left onto Maundrell Terrace, and follow this north all the way to the Aspley Pickn’ Pay Hypermarket.

When you see the Hypermarket ahead, continue directly across to Gayford Street and turn into the Aspley Shopping Centre carpark on your right.

This is the same set of shops as Pub Lovers (formally known as Lucky Star Tavern) and the Aspley Newsagency are located.

Look for our sign (as pictured, right).

UBD ref: Map 119 L4

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Patient Centre

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