Bestow at Burpengary is located one of Australia’s fastest growing regions
The Moreton Bay Regional Council area has the third largest population of any local government in Australia, located north of Brisbane, in South-East Queensland’s major growth corridor.
Burpengary combines the benefits of close proximity to a capital city and major transport infrastructure, with lifestyle and value-for-money.
The region is home to a panorama of hinterland, bush, beach and coastal playgrounds and it is renowned for its bountiful supply of recreation, leisure and entertainment options.
Burpengary at Bestow is a short and easy drive north of Brisbane and conveniently situated close to the famous Sunshine Coast Beaches
40km to the Brisbane CBD 30 minutes from the Brisbane International Airport 2km to the Burpengary Plaza 4km to the Burpengary Train Station Ease of access to major arterial roads including the Bruce Highway 12 mins to Northlakes Westfield Surround by continued government infrastructure investment and upgrades 18 km to the new Petrie University of Sunshine Coast campus also with rail access from the Burpengary Train Station The population is projected to increase significantly to more than 530,000 by 2031.
The Government has spent and approved millions in infrastructure upgrades to support the population growth and to reduce commute times by car and train to the Brisbane CBD. Articles are attached with more information:
Dynamic Growth In Moreton Bay – details all the investment and Government spending in the region Bruce highway upgrade now complete Deception Bay interchange – reduced travel times to Brisbane The new University of the Sunshine Coast (the Mill) is currently under construction and only 20 min in the car or 25 min on the train, leaving every 30 mins.
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