Dedicated knowledge and innovation hubs
With land available at affordable prices and two greenfield projects being paved as future entrepreneurship hubs, Moreton Bay’s strengths in knowledge and innovation are set to boom.
The Mill at Moreton Bay is the largest greenfield development in Australia, earmarked as a landmark knowledge and innovation precinct that will be twice the size of Brisbane's CBD. It is already home to the $150 million first stage of the UniSC Moreton Bay, Queensland's newest and most innovative full-service university campus. Upon completion, it is projected to stimulate $813 million annually for the regional economy and generate more than 8,600 jobs.
Futuristic education to build a highly skilled workforce
Moreton Bay is home to Australia’s newest and most innovative university campus and two TAFE precincts, facilitating learning opportunities for the development of innovators and entrepreneurs.
The region’s focus on innovation extends into multiple facets of the community. A prime example is Grace Lutheran College (GLC), named as one of Australia’s top 40 innovative schools by The Educator.
All students in Year 7 and above study a range of science, technology, engineering and robotic programs that focus on future technology and practical work skills.
GLC boasts the most involvement in robotics competitions of any Australian school. Among other accolades, it achieved 1st place at the FIRST Tech Challenge and 2nd place at the FIRST Robotics International Championship.
Modern data infrastructure drives digital transformation and connectivity
Business investors in Moreton Bay will reap the market-opening benefits of high-speed and reliable data connectivity without the associated capital investment and high operating costs.
The $10 million Helios Project by Titan Fibre Networks will see neutral cable operator Torus Networks create a 140km backbone of dark fibre cable running through the Moreton Bay Region. The cable links to Queensland’s fastest international data and telecommunications point, connecting economic hot spots such as The Mill at Moreton Bay, Caboolture and North Lakes, directly to global markets.
The Moreton Bay Region is also primed to secure multiple data centres supporting new industry development and business growth to 2041. These facilities will support artificial intelligence, cloud computing and web-based services, vital tools in the digital transformation of many businesses.
By 2026, Deloitte Access Economics forecasts there will be over 1.1 million technology workers in Australia. The Moreton Bay Region will provide the technological infrastructure to support South East Queensland businesses as they grow and connect to the world.
Tourism, sport and major event businesses that choose to call Moreton Bay home.