Brisbane's 20 steepest streets

Written by Omid Karimi


20. Quarry Street, Hamilton: 10.5 degree angle; 19 per cent slope,

19. Norwood Tce, Paddington: 10.5 degree angle; 19 per cent slope,

18. Chaprowe Road, The Gap: 10.9 degree angle; 19 per cent slope,

17. Ellis Street, Kangaroo Point: 11.5 degree angle; 20 per cent slope,

16. Surrey Street, Red Hill: 11.5 degree angle; 20 per cent slope,

15. Hampson Street, Kelvin Grove: 11.5 degree angle; 20 per cent slope,

14. Dewar Tce, Sherwood near Arboretum: 11.8 degree angle; 21 degree slope,

13. Broadhurst Street, Kelvin Grove: 12.3 degree angle, 22 per cent slope,

12. Jay Street, Red Hill: 12.8 degree angle; 23 per cent slope,

11. Bishop Street, St Lucia: 13.4 degree angle; 24 degree slope,

10. Highview Terrace, St Lucia: 13.4 degree angle; 24 degree slope,

9. Murray Street, Red Hill: 13.7 degree angle; 24 degree slope,

8. Prospect Street, Wynnum: 14.4 degree angle; 26 per cent slope,

7. Sankey Street, Highgate Hill: 14.4 degree angle, 26 per cent slope,

6. Eton Street, Toowong: 14.7 degree angle; 26 per cent slope,

5. Glamorgan Street, Paddington: 14.7 degree angle; 26 per cent slope,

4. Nott Street, Red Hill: 15.1 degree angle; 27 per cent slope,

3. Reading Street, Paddington: 15.9 degree angle; 29 per cent slope,

2. Stoneleigh Street, Red Hill: 16.4 degree angle; 29 per cent slope,

1. Gower Street, Toowong: 17.4 degree angle; 31 per cent slope,

 

Source: Brisbane City Council

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