The majority of land use in the Caboolture South area is for detached suburban housing, although there are acreage properties and a small industrial precinct.
While the area has a wide variety of established housing ranging from older weatherboard homes on timber stumps to newer brick houses, more recent house and land packages developments are also proving popular with young families.
Boasting a young family atmosphere the Caboolture
area attracts both permanent residents and residential investors.
With the availability of new land developments closer to Brisbane there is increasing competition in the area's housing market. .
However, considering the many services and government departments centrally located in Caboolture, the area should continue to remain the focal point for the region.
Transport around Caboolture is good with the local train station running residents into the Brisbane
CBD within one hour and regular bus routes ferrying passengers to all the major points around the area.
Caboolture also has its own aerodrome.
Caboolture South is the site of a Queensland Government Community Renewal programme.
Started in 1999, the programme will run until mid 2009 and so far has included projects such as the Learning for Life initiative, constructed a School-Community Access Centre; and redeveloped the Platypus Creek Environmental Park.