Newstead is a suburb located in the inner-city of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. The suburb is situated around 2 kilometers north-east of the central business district of Brisbane. Newstead is known for its mix of residential, commercial and industrial areas. The suburb is home to a number of heritage-listed buildings, such as the Newstead House, which is the oldest surviving residence in Brisbane, and the Teneriffe Woolstores, which have been repurposed into apartments, offices and shops. Newstead is a popular suburb for young professionals and families due to its proximity to the city and its many restaurants, cafes, and bars. The suburb is home to a number of parks and playgrounds, such as the Newstead Park, which offers scenic river views, playgrounds and BBQ facilities. Newstead is well connected by public transport, with bus and ferry services running regularly to and from the city.