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As eastern bayside outer suburb in the City of Brisbane, Lota is situated 16 kilometres east of the CBD. Though the suburb is of primarily post-war residential make-up, it is gradually witnessing development with modern beachside properties. The neighboring suburbs include Wynnum West, Manly, Moreton Bay, Manly West, Wakerley, Ransome, and Thorneside. It recorded a population of 3255 in the 2011 census. The residence of William Duckett White, (Member of the Queensland Legislative Council) called Lota House, situated at 162 Oceana Terrace is the heritage-listed site of Lota. The southern and eastern side of the suburb is dominated by the mudflats and mangrove wetlands of Lota Creek and Moreton Bay. To the west and northern sides, the land rises towards the heights of Manly and Manly West.
When it comes to transport, Lota railway station provides access to regular Citytrain services to Brisbane and Cleveland. The suburb also boasts of several key amenities, including the Wynnum Hospital, Bayside PCYC, Bayside United Soccer Club, Lota State School, and Melaleuca Environmental Park. There is also a large bay-front park called the Lota Foreshore Park (Lota Camping Reserve), that stretches along the eastern edge of the suburb. It features playgrounds, barbecuing facilities, boat ramps, and a sculpture park. A boardwalk crosses Lota Creek from Whites Road to Chelsea Road in Ransome.