Mansfield is a suburb of Brisbane, Australia, situated approximately 11 kilometres (6.8 mi) south-east of the CBD. It is located in the region of the city which is now colloquially known as the "Bible Belt" due to the large number of people who have settled there to be close to Christian schools and churches. It was named in 1967, after the Queensland governor of the time Sir Alan Mansfield.
The suburb recorded a population of 8,473 at the 2011 Australian Census. The suburb has a moderate Greek presence with under 3% of the population speaking Greek as a first language.
Part of the eastern boundary of the suburb is marked by the Gateway Motorway.