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Brighton is a coastal suburb and the northernmost suburb of City of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, located 19 kilometres (12 mi) north of the Brisbane CBD. The Nashville neighbourhood makes up much of the southwest of the suburb. The suburb had a population of 9,479 in 2016, according to the Australian Census. Brighton has mostly suburban housing.
Brighton was the site of the Second World War barracks of the RAAF Air Training School between December 1940 and May 1946; it was built on reclaimed land. It later became Eventide, a large nursing home run by the Queensland Government. More than 700 patients were transferred from Dunwich on North Stradbroke Island to the facility. It was announced in late 2012 that the nursing home would close because it was uneconomic to ensure that the aging buildings complied with building codes.
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