Approximately 14km North of the Brisbane CBD and a population a little over 9,500 the suburb is primarily located East of Gympie Road, bordering Aspley and Bridgeman Downs. Carseldine is a popular suburb for families of all age ranges. It has 13 parks covering nearly 3.6% of the total area. The demand for housing in the area has been strong and is likely to continue due to a combination of elements consisting of affordability, good public transport, the suburb’s proximity to a variety of shopping destinations and the array of amenities that it has on offer. The suburb of Carseldine is predominantly composed of brick and tile homes on large blocks offering spacious yards with swimming pools.
Carseldine is one of the most Northern suburbs in the Brisbane City Council before entering the Moreton Bay region heading to the beaches of the Sunshine Coast. Surrounded by parklands and open spaces, residents enjoy this quiet suburban location, providing a safe environment to raise a family.
Getting into the Brisbane City Central has never been easier. Connected by both bus and train, Carseldine offers homeowners and investors easy access to all parts of Brisbane by public transport. Along with several local shopping centres, Carseldine is a short drive from the recently upgraded Aspley Hypermarket offering residents a variety of retail options.
Carseldine is gentrifying, with aged residents that have lived here for many years and raised families making way for the new generations to move into the area and update or make small improvements to the existing homes.
With the public transport links to the Brisbane CBD and access to several Brisbane private schools, Carseldine is generally populated by young to mid age working families.
Health, Education and Schooling
Carseldine has access to State and Catholic Schools in the neighbouring suburbs. Families attending St Joseph’s Nudgee Private School find the convenience of living in Carseldine a benefit, as the bus links the suburb directly with the school. There are several medical centres that are located throughout the suburb.
Carseldine is a family-oriented suburb. The majority of Carseldine is low-density, however areas have been rezoned to allow large low-set complexes of villas to be built.
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