Searching Dayboro, QLD 4521 for a new home? It's vital to determine if it is a good fit for you based on factors such as proximity to schools etc. The Homes.com.au suburb profile provides the statistics on Dayboro median property prices, market trends & demographics so we can equip you in making the best decision on your potential move to the suburb.
If you are making a move to Dayboro, have a little read of our history lesson to find out more about the fantastic lifestyle and what the suburb has to offer.
Overview Dayboro is a rural suburb and locality in the Moreton Bay Region, Queensland, Australia. The town is around 46 kilometres north-northwest of the state capital Brisbane. At the 2016 census, the population of the suburb was recorded at 2,119.
Living in Dayboro Dayboro is known for its quiet surroundings, expansive mountain vistas, and fresh air. It is just a 40-minute drive from the central business district and also close to major facilities, with many excellent cafes, country weekend markets, takeaways, and bakeries. Also, there is a community swimming pool in the area along with a gym, bowling club, tennis courts, and a petrol station. It has lots of bush hiking tracks, cycling paths, and horse riding trails for nature enthusiasts. Overall, the suburb is a great place to live.
History of Dayboro Earlier, Dayboro was popular as Hamilton and was named after a farmer, Hugh Hamilton. He was appointed Receiving Officer for mail, in 1875. However, it became popular with the name of Terrors Creek in 1892, the creek on which it is situated. The creek and the adjoining areas were named after a grey Arab stallion, Terah. They became known as Terrors Paddock and were owned by Captain John Griffin in the 1850s. The area's development started in 1880 with the establishment of Upper North Pine Provisional School No 380, which became Upper North Pine State School in 1909.
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