Buying, renting or investing in property is a big decision. Knowing that Bellmere is the right suburb for you is just as important as finding the right property. We’ve provided some information that will help you better understand the Bellmere lifestyle and help you make a more informed decision.
Bellmere is a quiet suburban area located in the Moreton Bay region with a population of 6,214 (2016 Census) and situated in the very heart of the Caboolture West Project. A residential, and still very rural area in parts, Bellmere borders the Caboolture River and offers a fantastic variety of community gardens for public enjoyment. The area is home to many great modern amenities and services as a result of its recent design and construction, and provides its residents with easy access to every need. The majority of homes in the area are detached low set brick and tile homes surrounded by landscaped streetscapes and green spaces. However, we have seen an influx of townhouses and retirement complexes recently being developed. A substantial amount of the homes are on average sized allotments, although a number are still acreage style living, for which Bellmere was once renowned. Bellmere offers a wide variety of housing to its residents and is the perfect location for young professionals, growing families or the astute property investor.
Distance from Brisbane CBD & Public Transport
Bellmere, originally being a more rural district, is approximately 50km outside of Brisbane’s CBD. Both Bruce Highway and the Caboolture Railway Station provide a variety of options for transit to Brisbane, the Brisbane airport and the surrounding suburbs. In addition, the Brisbane transit system offers a transfer service between the CBD and Bellmere. The Caboolture Train Line and 653 or 654 buses provide a consistent service between the areas, with a bus stop located directly behind Ray White Bellmere on Piggott Road, Bellmere.