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The Caboolture area is the traditional home of the Kabi Aboriginal people.
The area's first free European settlers moved to the area from New South Wales in September 1841.
Timber, agriculture and gold helped accelerate settlement in Caboolture with local government coming to the area in 1879.
With suburbs named using indigenous language, for convicts and by early explorers Captain Cook and Matthew Flinders, Caboolture is a region rich in history.