Upper Mount Gravatt is a suburb in Brisbane, to the south of Mount Gravatt. It has increasingly become an important centre in the last 15 years. In terms of infrastructure, Logan Road and the Pacific Motorway run through it, in addition to the South-East Busway.
Together with Indooroopilly in the west, Chermside, on the north-side, and Carindale in the southeast the suburb has been described as a mini-Central business district (CBD). It contains the State Netball Centre, a major police district station and a regional Australian Taxation Office.
Upper Mount Gravatt has long been one of the major centres outside the CBD, especially for those who reside on the south of the city.
Westfield Garden City, a large shopping centre opened in 1970, is a regional "hub", containing services and popular restaurants, with a bus interchange and the Upper Mount Gravatt Busway Station immediately below it.
Upper Mount Gravatt is also home to the Mount Gravatt Vultures, an Queensland Australian Football League Club on Klumpp Road. The club were premiers in 2007. There is also the Hibiscus Sporting Complex and the Mount Gravatt PCYC on the same road.