Have you considered Caboolture and the surrounding areas for your new home? The central location of Caboolture and its access to the train lines make it an affordable option for first home owners or families looking to upsize. Located just an hour north of Brisbane Caboolture has all the amenities you could need while still maintaining a quieter, more country feel than most of the other northern brisbane suburbs.
Large size blocks
There are plenty of options for larger block sizes so you have plenty of room for the family, at a reasonable price. Caboolture is also just a short drive to the amazing beaches on Bribie Island and Sandstone Point so you can spend your time enjoying the surf and sand. You could also relax and spend your time fishing at nearby Donnybrook. With a short drive in any direction you will have access to all the beautiful landscape South East Qld has to offer, including Somerset Dam, the Glass House Mountains, and many national parks.
Close to shopping, Markets and a variety of affordable entertainment
Caboolture also caters to all the shoppers out there too, there are 2 major shopping centers and a large homemaker district close by with a massive variety of specialty and chain stores. The growing CBD is a major attraction for both professionals and families.
There is a growing variety of places to spend your downtime with a wide variety of taverns and pubs with affordable and delicious menus as well as regular events. You have the option to spend a leisurely morning at the weekly Sunday markets at the Caboolture Showgrounds and then enjoy a lovely breakfast at one of the many cute and friendly cafes and coffee shops the Caboolture district has to offer.
Private and Public schools
Caboolture has so much to offer with over a dozen schools including both private and public you are spoiled for choice. There is a multitude of daycare centers available for little ones before they head off to school. The junior sports activities are also plentiful with the local Apex Park providing a variety of options including netball, rugby league and tennis. The Caboolture Snakes rugby league team holds the most annual titles, and have also won the best rugby league club in Queensland 3 years in a row. Caboolture also hosts the yearly Australian Golden Gloves amateur boxing tournament at the end of August.
Queensland State Equestrian Centre
Caboolture is also home to the Queensland State Equestrian Centre which is a state of the art facility and is home to many state and national events throughout the year. This facility is located next to the quaint and informative Caboolture Historical Village which is a wonderful museum focused on preserving the local history of Caboolture.
Centrally located between Caboolture and Morayfield Apex Park has wonderfully maintained grounds based around the Centenary Lakes with ambling walking tracks and playgrounds for the kids it is a place you could spend the whole day at. Pack a picnic or use the council provided BBQ’s to cook some snags.
There are also plenty of job opportunities in and around Caboolture with the Hospital, Council, Banks and supermarkets there is no shortage of positions. If you are already working in the City then Caboolture is the perfect place for you, the trains run to the city every half hour on weekdays starting at around 5am. Meaning you can escape the daily traffic jams on the highway and relax in the comfort of the QR trains.
Regional transport hub
Caboolture’s population is around 68 000 and the urban extent of the town of Caboolture is not formally defined but is generally regarded as including the following the suburbs of Bellmere, Caboolture South and Morayfield. Caboolture is also a regional transport hub it has connections across the Great Dividing Range using the D’Aguilar Highway, easy highway access to Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast via the Bruce Highway, it makes exploring South East Queensland from Caboolture easy.
And so much more
Caboolture also contains its own airfield, which primarily services general and recreational aviation. Visiting aircraft are able to operate into the Caboolture airstrip, which is under the operational control of the Caboolture Aero Club Inc. Additionally, the airport is home to a number of aviation enterprises and attractions – amongst them, the Caboolture Warplane Museum (with operational P-51 Mustang, CAC Wirraway and CAC Winjeel aircraft), skydiving club, and the Beaufort Restoration group (a group of volunteers restoring an Australian-built DAP Beaufort Mark VII Bomber). (source wikipedia)
Caboolture is definitely the new property hot spot, make it your new home and enjoy all it has to offer.