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Albany Creek is a suburb in the Moreton Bay Region, Queensland, Australia. It is located approximately 17 km north-west of Brisbane, about a half-hour drive to the CBD. The suburb of Albany Creek was originally established on the intersection of two aboriginal tracks. The main track formed the primary route north of Brisbane and is still known as "Old Northern Road". The second track formed a route from Old Northern Road to Little Cabbage Tree Creek in Aspley and onto Downfall Creek in Chermside. Albany Creek Road and Gympie Road now follow this route.
Albany Creek was originally known as Chinaman's Creek, before its name was changed in 1888. Albany Creek has one state high school and three primary schools. It is a major suburban service centre within the Moreton Bay Regional Council, featuring fast food restaurants, a council branch library, a municipal pool, and a bus interchange. Albany Creek also has three main shopping centres, including Woolworths, Aldi and a Centro Albany Creek, which hosts a Coles supermarket. Several smaller shopping facilities are also located along Albany Creek Rd. Other suburbs around Albany Creek include Warner, Brendale, Bald Hills, Bridgeman Downs, McDowall, Bunya, and Eatons Hill.