Named after local fencing contractor William Carseldine who settled nearby Bald Hills in the 1850’s, Carseldine is primarily a residential suburb located 13km north of Brisbane CBD. Once forming part of Bald Hills and the adjacent suburb of Aspley, Carseldine is a family-friendly and affordable suburb that has benefitted from the urban growth in surrounding suburbs since the late 1970’s.
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Being primarily residential, Carseldine has a local shopping precinct and offers residents convenient access to nearby northern commercial and retail hub, Aspley with plans for a new urban precinct, Carseldine Urban Village, underway at the site of the former QUT campus. Carseldine's proximity to neighbouring suburbs affords residents a variety of educational options including State and Catholic primary schools in Taigum, Aspley High, Bald Hills Primary and St Paul’s Anglican College in Bald Hills.
Bisected by Gympie Road, Carseldine offers commuting residents a variety of transport and access options including regular train services connecting from the Carseldine Railway Station in addition to high frequency bus services operated throughout the suburb.
Primarily a residential suburb located approximately 13km north of Brisbane CBD and surrounded by Bald Hills and Aspley, Carseldine is named after William Carseldine, a prominent fencing contractor who settled Bald Hills in the 1850’s. Originally forming part of Bald Hills and Aspley, Carseldine is a suburb that has benefitted from neighbouring development since the late 1970’s with a renewed interest in development in recent time.
Connected to the Brisbane City Rail Network, Carseldine was the site of the North Brisbane College of Advanced Education which opened in 1977 and was positioned to cater to students of surrounding post-war suburbs to the south and Bald Hills and Petrie in the north. It later became a campus of the Queensland University of Technology before QUT relocated its activities to Kelvin Grove and Gardens Point campus’. Predating much of the development in the area was the Holy Spirit Home which was originally set amongst open land in the area.
Carseldine has a small shopping centre located near the Carseldine Train Station however residents of the suburb take advantage of Carseldine’s proximity to nearby retail and commercial hub, Aspley.