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Unlock the door to Queensland with property in Burpengary

North of Brisbane and just inland from Queensland’s gorgeous eastern coast you’ll find Burpengary, the quiet beautiful suburb that serves as the key to much of what Queensland has to offer.

When you purchase a property in Burpengary, you won’t find yourself daydreaming about what might’ve been. You’ll be too busy basking in the blissful present to look back into the past.

What can I expect from real estate in a Burpengary neighbourhood?

Burpengary is that ideal, quiet neighbourhood you thought you’d only ever read about. With its 21 parks and its location in the regional heartland of Queensland’s east, Burpengary’s lush surroundings and peaceful, safe streets are the perfect place to raise a family.

The array of educational facilities at your fingertips is only one more reason why more and more families are choosing a real estate in Burpengary. From St Eugene College and Burpengary State School to early learning facilities and numerous martial arts schools, there’s not much more you could need to give your child a full, well-rounded education.

The area is also home to local league team the Burpengary Jets, the Burpengary Pony Club and numerous options for retirement villages if you happen to have an extended family you need to look after.

What makes property in Burpengary special?

Simply put, owning real estate in Burpengary lets you experience all the various experiences the Sunshine State can offer you.

There’s Freshwater National Park and golfing facilities barely a stone’s throw from the central city, not to mention that a quick drive to the coast or the nearby Caboolture River gives you a fun, cheap and healthy day out anytime of the week. And of course, the multimillion dollar Moreton Bay Central Sports Complex – the home ground of the Caboolture Lions Australian Football Sports Club – is just north of the suburb.

Don’t forget the host of environmental delights on hand when you own a property in Burpengary. A mere 13 minutes drive east, and you’ll find yourself in Sheep Station Creek Environmental Park, while around an hour drive will land you at stunning D’Aguilar National Park.

Alternatively, take an approximate 14 minute drive north on Bruce Highway and see Tea Tree Swamp Lagoon. Keep going further north, and you’ve got Beerburrum State Forest, as well as Bribie Island National Park and the Pumicestone Channel to marvel at.

It’s not only for nature lovers. When you need the atmosphere and excitement of city living to indulge in, you can drive or take a train up to either the Sunshine Coast or Brisbane and see the attractions there – those both permanent and just passing through. A 30 minute drive will take you to Brisbane Airport, 10 more minutes will get you to the Brisbane CBD and the Sunshine Coast is only 35 minutes away.

If this has already whet your property-buying appetite, it might pay to get in touch with a real estate agent in Burpengary.