There is a reason Moreton Bay has a significant and growing population. This is a lifestyle capital.
For investors, a positive lifestyle equates to a greater ability to attract the finest talent, increase employee morale, improve productivity and boost staff retention.
Urban hubs, peaceful seaside towns and picturesque hinterland villages unite under 300 days of sunny skies and a mean annual temperature of 23.4 degrees Celsius.
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Moreton Bay is framed by a patchwork of mountain ranges, coastlines and pristine waters, with the region's diverse natural landscape attracting residents, investors and tourists, alike.
A world-class events calendar creates show-stopping weekends, while playgrounds and an abundance of sporting facilities and clubs keep every member of the family active.
Moreton Bay was named the healthiest region in Greater Brisbane; it is home to the top three healthy living suburbs of Ferny Hills, North Lakes and Woody Point.
The region is served by a suite of health specialists, and a $395 million Caboolture Hospital upgrade will ensure facilities continue to meet residents' needs. While a collection of world-class education facilities create lifelong learning opportunities and an innovation culture.
The cost of our day-to-day lives impacts stress levels and, ultimately, our happiness.
While Moreton Bay's real estate market is the second strongest in the country, affordable living is still readily available thanks to various new developments. You won't struggle to attract workers here due to limited housing availability. Moreton Bay has the largest registration of new residential lots in South East Queensland.
Moreton Bay was named one of the 10 places for property investment in Australia in 2021. Median rental costs are $415 per week, significantly lower than the Australian average of $471. Median house prices are $510,000, almost half the Australian average and up to $1 million lower than some capital cities.
The Moreton Bay Region is home to five of the state’s best performing schools; Samford Valley Steiner School, St Paul’s School, The Lakes College, St Patrick’s College and Grace Lutheran College were named in the list of Queensland’s top 100 high schools.