Moggill is a suburb located in the city of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. It is located approximately 20 kilometers (12 mi) west of the city center, and is considered a part of the Western suburbs of Brisbane. The suburb is primarily residential, with a mix of older and newer houses, and a variety of local amenities. Moggill is home to a number of parks, such as the Moggill Conservation Park, which offers hiking and biking trails, and the Moggill Ferry Park, which offers playgrounds and picnic areas. The suburb also has a number of schools, and is located near a number of other recreational and natural attractions, such as the Karawatha Forest Reserve, which offers hiking and biking trails. Moggill is also located near the Brisbane River and the Moggill Ferry, which provides easy access to other parts of Brisbane, including the city center.