Archives: AP Suburb Profile

Banksia Beach

A beautiful seaside town right on the banks of Pumicestone Passage, living in Banksia Beach is an idyllic retirement town. Home mostly to elderly couples or older couples and families, Banksia Beach is a quaint and sleepy town nestled in Bribie Island. The high demand to live in Banksia Beach has seen the instalment of

Ningi

Between Bribie Island and Caboolture, the small locality of Ningi lays on the beds of Pumicestone Passage. With a small population less than 5,000 and most residents being retired, there are no schools within Ningi itself, though Caboolture and Bribie Island schools are only minutes away. For entertainment in the region, besides the beautiful beaches

Beachmere

A coastal town just east of Caboolture, Beachmere has a recorded population of just over 4,000 and a median age of 50 years making it a great rural town for older couples or established families. As you can imagine, such a small town does not have much in the way of amenities but is within

Narangba

Originally a rural area, and still offering semi-rural properties with acreage, Narangba has flourished into a residential suburb on the outskirts of the Brisbane metropolitan area. The town is a 40-minute drive from both Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast but offers quick and easy access to Morayfield, Caboolture and North Lakes through the local train

Upper Caboolture

Formerly a rural town on the outskirts of Caboolture and the Moreton Bay Region, Upper Caboolture has become increasingly urbanised with a population now over 4,000. Still a small town in comparison to its neighbours, most of the larger local amenities, retailers and supermarkets are found in surrounding suburbs of Caboolture and Morayfield. Only a

Caboolture South

Nestled between the major towns of Caboolture and Morayfield, Caboolture South is a small suburb in the northern area of Moreton Bay Region. The suburb itself does not have any mainstream schools; however, it does have Caboolture Special School (Prep-12) and is only a short distance from both primary and secondary schools in Caboolture and

Burpengary East

With Burpengary’s fast-growing residency rate, Burpengary East was part of the suburb until it was separately gazetted in 2010. Since, Burpengary East has risen to a population of almost 6,500 residents. Like its original and neighbouring suburb, Burpengary East is bounded by the Bruce Highway and Caboolture River, with easy access to several primary and

Wamuran

Wamuran is a small and rural town in the northern outskirts of the Moreton Bay Region. Known for their strawberry and pineapple fields, it may be no surprise that Wamuran properties are often built on large blocks of land with acreage, though smaller urbanised homes are become more readily available. Wamuran is west of Caboolture,

Morayfield

A family-friendly suburb in the north of Moreton Bay Region, Morayfield offers an affordable median price for large family homes and even offers semi-rural acreage. A thriving town just minutes from Caboolture and within half an hour of North Lakes, Morayfield thrives off a vibrant retail sector and boasts a number of quality schools and

Burpengary

One of the fastest growing residential suburbs in the Moreton Bay Region, Burpengary has seen a rise in major supermarkets and other retailers popping up in recent years. With two primary schools and three secondary schools (two of which offer prep-12) in town and the Caboolture Regional Aquatic Centre less than 10 minutes away, Burpengary

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