Wooloowin is an inner-north suburb of Brisbane, Australia located approximately 5–6 km north of the city's central business district. The origin of the suburb's name has been attributed to either the local Indigenous Australian term for a pigeon or the term for a species of fish. It was the home of Brisbane's first Resident Judge, Alfred Lutwyche.
The suburb is serviced by Brisbane City Council buses and contains two train stations, Eagle Junction and Wooloowin. Several Queensland government institutions are located in this suburb, including Kedron State High School and the State of Queensland's State Emergency Services headquarters.