The State Government identifies Caboolture-Morayfield as a Principal Activity Centre (PAC) n the South East Queensland Regional Plan 2009-2031.
Under this plan, Moreton Bay Regional Council, with funding assistance from the State Government has prepared the Caboolture-Morayfield Principal Activity Centre strategy, which was adopted by Council on 27 November 2012.
The Caboolture-Morayfield Principal Regional Activity Centre is about 860 hectares, and serves the population in the northern half of the Moreton Bay Regional Council area and further north to the town of Beerwah in the Sunshine Coast Regional Council area.
It extends roughly 5.5km north to south and 3km east to west with the Caboolture River dividing the centre into two distinct economic hubs that are connected by Morayfield Road.
As a Principal Regional Activity Centre, Caboolture-Morayfield is considered an area of significance within the overall network of South-East Queensland centres.
Caboolture-Morayfield is one of only three Principal Activity Centres north of the Brisbane CBD.
The master planning process has involved the development of the following:
Vision - To guide the preparation of the Strategy and provide future strategic direction for planning and development decisions; and
Strategy - comprised of:
- Master Plan - to guide future development and planning decisions
- An Implementation Plan - to help deliver and support the master plan and achieve the vision