Burpengary East

Make a fresh start at Burpengary East

When you’re looking for a home, chances are you want a fresh start. A property, after all, is not just a product you buy. It’s a milestone, a symbol of new beginnings and chance to set the stage for the rest of your life.

Real estate in Burpengary East provides this and more. As one of the newest communities to spring up in the Burpengary area, this picturesque suburb located beside where the Caboolture river meets the Pacific has grown quickly – all it needs now to complete the picture is you.

Who owns property in Burpengary East?

In many ways, Burpengary East is every place in Australia, composed of a cross section of society, from those advancing in years to young ones still making their way through school. With such a diverse range of inhabitants present, there must be something about the area that pulls in home buyers from far and wide. What is it?

For one, the suburb has a fantastic family atmosphere. It’s not a rare sight to see young kids riding bikes, playing in the streets or frolicking in its many natural attractions. If you have a family, you can be sure they’ll always have a place in Burpengary East.

This isn’t least of all because of its fantastic amenities for schools. Just a short drive or walk away you can find St Euguens and Burpengary State School, as well as a child care centre and an early learning centre.

The natural wonders of Burpengary East

Of course, the most wonderful thing about owning property in Burpengary East is the close proximity to some stunning natural features.

The serpentine Burpengary Creek is a water body with great historical significance, having provided timber for canoes, fishing sites and areas for camping to its original Aboriginal inhabitants. Today, it’s still a magnet for locals, proving a great location for picnics, bird-watching and boating. Among the wildlife you might see for yourself are platypuses or the Australian king parrot.

Don’t forget, too, about the Caboolture river and the top fishing opportunities it provides to any avid nature lovers. This could be more than enough for a fun weekend day out, especially with the $628 million Northeast Business Park development coming to the river, set to bring $2.5 billion worth of benefits to the area.

If you’re ready to make the area your home, Ray White is the only real estate agent in Burpengary East you’ll need to call. Get in touch today.