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Teneriffe is a historic riverside inner suburb of the City of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. It is located 2.5 kilometres (1.6 mi) north-east of the CBD, and borders Fortitude Valley in its north-west, Newstead in the north and New Farm in its West and South.
As per the 2016 census, Teneriffe has a generally younger and higher income demographic, the precinct topped the 2017 list of Brisbane's most expensive suburbs with a median house price of A$2.05 million, with residents having access to a riverside lifestyle, restaurant precincts and extensive amenities.
The suburb was incorporated into Newstead in 1975, and again defined as a separate suburb in 2010. It was once an important wool trading hub and was the location of Australia's largest submarine base during World War II.
The 2016 Australian Census recorded 5,355 residents in Teneriffe. The Teneriffe ferry wharf connects the suburb to CityCat and CityFerry services. The studios of radio station Nova 106.9 are located in Commercial Road.