green spaces in Caboolture developments

New Green Spaces in the Developments of Caboolture & Morayfield

Natural green space and parks are always desired by residents and newcomers alike in suburban estates. 

Mayor Peter Flannery said last year that the area of Waraba will see “52.7 hectares of open and green space be transferred back to public ownership, which includes 32.3 hectares of conservation area, 17.5 hectares of district linear parkland and the provision of seven new local recreation parks.” So there will be plenty of both natural parkland and recreation parks in Caboolture West. 

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Morayfield Landing

Current Real Estate Principal, James Brown, is a Director of Mt Byron Pastoral Company, which has been developing land estates in the area since the 1970s, and is about to commence construction of Stage 5 in Morayfield Landing, having already developed over 200 lots in the first 4 stages. Operating an agency and developing land in the area for nearly 50 years has given the business great insights to the local market and this is reflected in Morayfield Landing. 

“Development Approval was obtained in December 2018 under the former Town Plan, which resulted in no lots less than 400 m2. Over 200 lots have now been created and nearly 190 dwellings built. The slightly lower density than what would be created under the existing Town Plan is now recognisable in the street fronts and neighbourhood.” Some of the lots are 500 or 600 m2. 

A Park for families

Planning has taken place and construction of a (7505 m2) park, including playground, will start in Stage 5 (2024), as approved in the original Development Approval. Further, green open space and retention basins in Stage 5 will total approx 10,000 m2. This is in addition to the 3.5Ha (8.75 Acres) of open space and detention basins already completed along Sheep Station Creek, bringing the total Green Space to over 5.8Ha or 14 Acres. This green space represents over 18% of the total development.

Morayfield Landing (off Walkers Road) is within walking distance of Minimbah State School and five minutes drive to Morayfield Shopping Centre. The school itself is surrounded by a thicket of trees.

Why the need for more housing developments?

Well, the Moreton Bay Regional Council estimates that approximately 92 new homes must be constructed weekly to accommodate the anticipated population growth (those moving to SEQ). Weekly!

Caboolture and Morayfield suburban estate development and the upcoming Burpengary East development must consider the environmental protection of the area, as well as things like rain runoff. 

You can browse our current house listings here, or look at a developable riverfront property.