Welcome To The My Beachmere website

“Where’s Beachmere?” – all of us who live here or speak about this magic place, north of the Caboolture River on the edge of Deception Bay, have had to answer this question at some time. It is a little gem, off the main routes to anywhere important, tucked away providing a wonderful residential area with great access to waterways for those who like boating, fishing or crabbing.

“Beachmere” was named because of its many swampy areas, billabongs, and creeks, with Goong Creek forming the boundary to the west and King John Creek meandering through the centre of Beachmere.

Just 50 kms north of the Brisbane CBD, with easy access to the Bruce Highway (which links Brisbane to Cairns 1700 kms north), a short distance to the delightful Bribie Island, and an easy drive to the shopping precincts of Caboolture and Morayfield.

Close to 4000 people call Beachmere home – surrounded by rural properties with crops, horses, cattle, goats, sheep enjoying the quiet life of the area.
Beachmere is a great place for families with a primary school, within walking distance for most residents, and a Steiner school close by. There are great parks and kilometres of beach sand for the children to play on, and at low tide acres of sand and shallow pools for exploring and for chasing tiny crabs.

There are shops for most goods, and for those without their own motor vehicle a regular bus to Caboolture, and Morayfield. At Caboolture train station you can catch a train north all the way to Cairns, or south to Brisbane and beyond.

A Tavern and Bowls Club, and a range of restaurants and café’s provide plenty of eating places with Chinese, Seafood, Indian, Pizza’s and other delightful foods in the central Beachmere area.

 

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Beachfront over Easter 2016

 

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Beachfront at end of Biggs Ave, near dog park.