Moreton Bay Region
The Moreton Bay Region is a local government area in the north of the Brisbane metropolitan area in South East Queensland, Australia. Established in 2008, it replaced three established local government areas, the City of Redcliffe and the Shires of Pine Rivers and Caboolture.
|Moreton Bay Region|
|• Density||208.28/km2 (539.44/sq mi)|
|Area||2,042 km2 (788.4 sq mi)|
|Council seat||Strathpine, Caboolture, Redcliffe|
|Region||South East Queensland|
|State electorate(s)||Bancroft, Ferny Grove, Kurwongbah, Morayfield, Glass House, Murrumba, Pumicestone, Redcliffe, Everton, Pine Rivers|
|Federal division(s)||Petrie, Dickson, Longman|
|Website||Moreton Bay Region|
With an estimated operating budget of A$391 million and a 2018 population of 459,585, Moreton Bay Region is the third largest local government area in Australia behind the City of Brisbane and City of Gold Coast, both of which are also amalgamated entities.