TitleAerial view of Caboolture Township and surrounding areas in 1988DescriptionThis 1988 aerial photograph was taken over the town of Caboolture and its surrounding areas of Moodlu, Bellmere and Morayfield. The photograph shows the areas of Caboolture and Morayfield continuing to be development with new housing estates to the west and north of Caboolture and with the area to the south and southwest of Morayfield showing signs of continued growth with large acreage properties (west of railway line (off Oakey Flat Road)). It appears that Bellmere has had increased growth also with large acreage properties and farms being created. The Caboolture River can be seen across (near the middle) of the photograph. The APM (Australian Paper Manufacturers - Petrie Paper Mill) has pine forests in various locations. Just north of the Caboolture River and east of the Bruce Highway are the two runways for the Caboolture Airfield (top right side of photograph). Right at the bottom of the photograph is the Morayfield Road interchange with the Bruce Highway. This Burpengary area (east of the Bruce Highway) appears to be large acreage properties as well. In the top left corner is the Moodlu Quarry with the Caboolture Golf Course (off Lesley Avenue Caboolture) to the east. The Caboolture Showgrounds (bounded by Old Gympie Road and Beerburrum Road Caboolture (alongside the railway line) can also be seen in the top centre of the photograph. The Centenary Lakes area also visible on the north side of the Caboolture River along Morayfield Road Caboolture.Date1988CollectorCaboolture Shire CouncilRecord typeAerial photographFormat typePhysicalOriginal format colourColourOriginal format dimensions32.8 cm (w) x 34.2 cm (h)
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