The suburb of Caboolture is ideally situated within a well-established pocket of the Moreton Bay Region, boasting many private and government services including schools, a public and private hospital and health centre, TAFE, retirement home and even a historical museum.
Being such a well-established area, transport around Caboolture is good with the local train station running residents into the Brisbane CBD within one hour and regular bus routes ferrying passengers to all the major points around the area. The suburb also has easy access to the Bruce Highway and is in less than 30 mins to QLD’s beautiful Sunshine Coast.
Residents in the area (mostly families) love their easy access to a number of parks and outdoor leisure facilities including the Alexander Barr Sporting Complex, the Caboolture Showground Reserve, a golf course, and local picnic/park areas. Boasting a family atmosphere, Caboolture attracts both permanent residents and residential investors. The availability of new land developments closer to Brisbane along with many services and government departments centrally located in Caboolture, the area should continue to grow.
According to February’s REIQ Journal the Caboolture Market should see the benefits of the positive part of the 2016 property cycle, with vacancy rates sitting at record lows. Assisting this positive boom is the new 1400-lot North Harbour housing development and marina. The marina will provide direct access to Bribie Island, Moreton Island and Stradbroke Island.
Suburb Activity in the last 12 months
March 2015 – March 2016
Number Sold = 288
Average Price = $325K
Number Sold = 59
Average Price = $196K