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Carseldine – Suburb Profile

Carseldine, a residential suburb, is 13 km north of central Brisbane. It was named after the Carseldine family who settled in Bald Hills in 1858. Until Carseldine emerged as a suburb in the early 1970s, it was the south part of Bald Hills with part of Aspley protruding into it across Cabbage Tree Creek in the south. The present Aspley football club oval and bowling club green in Graham Road were formerly a showground and memorial park.

Carseldine was named after the fencing contractor William Carseldine who settled in Bald Hills in 1858. He also owned land in what is now Carseldine.

Carseldine is a mainly residential suburb in the north of Brisbane. At its northern boundary is the incorrectly named Carseldine Homemaker Centre, which is in fact, in the adjacent suburb of Bald Hills. This Homemaker Centre includes one of north Brisbane’s three Bunnings Warehouse stores, which became a part of the Carseldine Homemaker Centre in 2002 (Bunnings previously traded individually there for about 4 years). There is also a community-based shopping centre anchored by a Woolworths supermarket on Beams Road and two convenience centres, one beside the railway station and the other on the western side of the suburb. Carseldine also includes two plant nurseries (one small and one large, both located along Beams Road), Club Coops and the Aspley Hornets AFL Club. Carseldine Police Station, an $8.4 million facility, located on the corner of Gympie Road and Denver Road commenced operations on 29 September 2009.

The North Brisbane College of Advanced Education, a short walk from the Carseldine railway station, was opened in 1977. It was positioned to take students from the earlier southern postwar suburbs (Chermside and Aspley) and from Bald Hills and Petrie. It later became a campus of the Queensland Institute of Technology. Pre-dating the college and nearly all the housing was the Holy Spirit Home, originally set among open acres at the corner of Gympie Road and Beams Road.

Carseldine has a small shopping centre near the railway station. Across Cabbage Tree Creek there are Aspley Homemaker City and the Hypermarket, and further down Gympie Road Westfield Chermside. Schools are also outside Carseldine: State and Catholic primaries to the east in Taigum, Aspley High, Bald Hills Primary and an Anglican college in Bald Hills.

Carseldine has been a slowly developing suburb with a part in the north not built up (2008).

Read more Sourced from Queensland Place and Wikipedia

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