Red Hill is an inner suburb of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) north-west of the Brisbane CBD. The suburb is one of the oldest in Brisbane. The suburb is very hilly and mainly residential, with shops and small businesses located on Musgrave and Waterworks Roads.

Red Hill is serviced by a number of schools in the surrounding suburbs including The Petrie Terrace State School (1868) in Paddington, Kelvin Grove State College (2002) in Kelvin Grove, Red Hill Special School (1986) and Ithaca Creek State School located on Lugg St, Bardon which is one of the oldest schools in Queensland, having opened on 28 September 1885.

Red Hill is serviced by multiple council buses: the 380, 381 and 379 running along Waterworks and Musgrave Roads, the 378 running along Arthur Terrace, and the 377 running along Kennedy Terrace.