With the Sunshine Coast just to the north and Brisbane to its south, Caboolture, Brisbane’s northern-most suburb, is now one of the state’s biggest growth centres.

This once sleepy town popular with farmers and retirees, has experienced amazing growth over the last 40 years. It has a city train line that makes commuting to Brisbane a breeze and a second railway line that links to Gympie and Nambour, making Caboolture an easy to access hot spot.

Businesses have been quick to jump on board and be part of Cabooluture’s growing action, with many shopping complexes, homemaker centres and hardware stores setting up shop in its outer-suburbs.

Whilst the city centre is still relatively modest with the typical shops, council buildings and town square. The larger shopping centres are positioned just out of town in Morayfield, which also houses the industrial area.

You’ll find many wonderful ways to kick-back with lots of things to do in Caboolutre. Taste test homemade jams at the Country Markets, soak up the past in the Caboolture Historical Village, stop by the Abbey Museum of Art and Archaeology, take a drive to the beautiful Glasshouse Mountains, or take advantage of Moreton Bay’s great boating and fishing activities, or the magnificent surf beaches of the Sunshine Coast.

With families flocking to the area, schools and family friendly facilities are high in demand with schools, day care centres and more being added to developing parts of the area and surrounding areas to keep up with demand.


Caboolture has seen a growth in affordable housing which brings with it more investors and families.


Single storey brick homes and fibro homes dominate the landscape, but you can still find a lovely classic timber Queenslander sprinkled here and there reflecting the days gone past.



Caboolture is a regional transport hub. With connections across the Great Dividing Range via the D'Aguilar Highway, easy highway access to Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast via the Bruce Highway and railways, and the Bribie Island Road to Bribie Island, it is a focal point for road traffic

Caboolture's railway station is the terminus for QR Citytrain's Caboolture railway line, as well as being a major stop on the North Coast railway line. Citytrain operates regular services to Brisbane, in addition to interurban services to Nambour and Gympie.

The area is serviced by Caboolture Bus Lines and the larger Kangaroo Bus Lines.

Caboolture also contains its own airfield, primarily servicing general and recreational aviation.



With this suburb identified as one of the State’s biggest growth centres, more schools are being added to meet the needs of the growing number of families.

School's in Caboolture and it's surrounding suburbs include:
- Caboolture State School
- Caboolture State High School
- Minimbah State School
- Caboolture East State School
- Morayfield State High School
- Morayfield State School
- Caboolture Special School
- Lee Street Special School
- Tullawong State School
- Tullawong State High School
- St Paul's Lutheran Primary School (private)
- Grace Lutheran College (private)
- Pumicestone State School



Businesses have been quick to capitalise on this area’s growth with homemaker centres, mega hardware stores and shopping centres taking up prime locations in Caboolture’s outer-suburbs.

If chain-stores aren’t your style, some of Brisbane’s best bargains can be found at the Caboolture Country Markets, held every Sunday, you can buy just about anything – from a tasty jam to a lawnmower engine

Caboolture Sports Club offers something for the whole family, with dining, gaming, function spaces, a cafe, entertainment and more!

With multiple takeaway restaurants, sit down dining options and cafes, there's plenty of choice when it comes to food.

Recreational Facilities


It’s hard to go past Caboolture’s proximity to boating and fishing in Moreton Bay, the surf beaches of the Sunshine Coast, and the beauty of the Glasshouse Mountains and Bribie Island – all within half an hour (or less!) of the town centre.

The Showgrounds are home to a historical village, where some of the town’s most famous buildings have been relocated and restored.

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