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If you're looking at buying in Caboolture South, keep reading for a brief history lesson to find out more about the lifestyle and what makes this suburb so popular.
Overview Caboolture South is located midway from Brisbane to Sunshine Coast. This Queensland suburb is 46 km north of Brisbane, located in the Moreton Bay Region. It is 60 km south of Sunshine Coast, and the Caboolture River separates the suburb from the regional transport hub of Caboolture. There were 5,300 residents in Caboolture South at the 2016 census.
Living in Caboolture South Positioned between the Caboolture River and Cundoor Creek, Caboolture South is a rapidly growing suburb. The North Coast railway line runs in the middle, diving the suburb into residential and industrial zones. Morayfield and Caboolture stations are easily accessible. Compared to all central suburbs and satellite cities, Caboolture South is cheaper and more affordable. Trains and roads make both Brisbane and Sunshine Coast easily accessible. The coast is minutes away from the suburb, enabling a fantastic beach holiday on weekends. There are many state and private schools, including a special school. Residents can reach extensive shopping and entertainment centres of Caboolture, Morayfield and North Lakes in less than 15 minutes.
History of Caboolture South The area was in the domain of the Yugarabul Aboriginals. Caboolture means the place of carpet snake in the native language. The present-day Caboolture South had now-extinct carpet pythons hundreds of years ago. Following the establishment of a penal colony in the Moreton Bay Region, European colonization took over the area in the 1840s. Caboolture South had its first school in 1873. It grew alongside its bigger northern Caboolture neighbourhood, a satellite city and transport hub in the Brisbane area in the 1960s.
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