Mount Gravatt is a suburb located in the city of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. It is located approximately 8 kilometers (5 mi) south of the city center, and is considered a part of the Inner-Southern suburbs of Brisbane. The suburb is primarily residential, with a mix of older and newer houses, and a variety of local amenities. Mount Gravatt is home to a number of parks, such as the Mount Gravatt Outlook Reserve, which offers playgrounds and picnic areas, and the Toohey Forest Park, which offers hiking and biking trails. The suburb also has a number of schools, and is located near a number of other recreational and natural attractions, such as the Griffith University Nathan campus. The suburb is well-connected by public transportation, including buses and trains, making it easily accessible from other parts of the city. Mount Gravatt is a diverse suburb with a mix of cultures and has a good number of shops, restaurants, and cafes.