Graceville is a suburb in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. It is located 7.8 kilometres (4.8 mi) south-west of the Brisbane CBD. Graceville is bordered by the Brisbane River to the North-East and West, Oxley Creek to the East, Chelmer to the North and Sherwood to the South. At the 2011 Australian Census the suburb recorded a population of 4,213.
The suburb is centred on its own railway station on the Ipswich railway line. The suburb is predominantly residential, with houses generally being in the Queenslander style. The main roads in Graceville are Oxley Road, Graceville Avenue and Honour Avenue. Graceville has two primary schools, Graceville State School and Christ the King which is a private Catholic school. The suburb also has a number of parks (Simpson's Playground, Graceville Memorial Park, Faulkner Park).
Graceville also houses a number of sporting clubs, such as Souths Graceville Lions Rugby League Club, South West United Hockey Club, West Taylor Bridge Rugby Club, Rangers Netball Club, Western Suburbs Cricket Club and Graceville Amateur Swimming Club, which is based at Graceville State School.