Our founder, James Thomas Peet, established the company in 1895 with the belief that owning property and having a home of your own was every Australian’s birthright. The ‘energetic Englishman’ became one of Western Australia’s most successful and respected real estate people, and the name Peet & Co. became synonymous for ‘reasonable prices and fair dealing’. Since that time, Peet has survived and thrived – through wars, changes in ownership, listing on the ASX and national expansion – James Peet’s legacy has lived on through the generations. Underpinning our continued growth and success are the very same qualities that were evident more than a century ago – vision; strong leadership; courage and integrity; and a passion for property. It’s a powerful heritage that sets us apart.
Our expertise and commitment to quality, innovation and excellence has made us an industry leader across all aspects of our work. We are proud to have earned more than 70 coveted industry community awards for excellence in planning, design, environmental management and the development of sustainable communities. We’re pleased to have earned respect from industry, partners and our residents – and proud to celebrate that achievement with you.
Peet has the experience and expertise to deliver high-quality projects, from inception to delivery. Our capabilities are founded on our adaptability, and our capacity for innovation and creativity. We have local teams, supported by national leadership – creating vital, connected, sustainable communities in every mainland state and territory. Our projects are delivered through a multi-pronged development strategy – with creative planning and design; innovative engineering and environmental management; proactive stakeholder and community engagement; and rigorous financial management. It’s about creating great places where people can live life their way.
You’ll never be far from every day convenience at Riverbank. A number of shopping centres can be found within a short drive, including Caboolture Park Shopping Centre, King Street Shops, Morayfield Market Plaza, Morayfield Regional Shopping Centre, plus a Bunnings on Morayfield Road.
A two-lane traffic bridge is being planned over Cundoot Creek, a tributary of the Caboolture River, creating a new connection between Caboolture CBD and Bruce Highway. The $16 million project will be jointly funded by Riverbank developer Peet Limited and Moreton Bay Regional Council.
The new route will extend from the Buchanan Road exit, on Bruce Highway, through Peet Limited’s Riverbank estate, to Morayfield Road. From there, it will be one turn to Caboolture Town Centre with no traffic lights between Bruce Highway and Morayfield Road.
A huge 60 hectares of Riverbank has been set aside as parks and public open space, making it easy to head outside and enjoy some fresh air. A number of playgrounds, picnic and BBQ facilities and relaxing walking and cycling trails will also be yours to explore every day.
A choice of educational facilities can be found on your doorstep at Riverbank, including pre-schools McKean Kids, Hayes Street Community Child Care and an ABC Learning Centre. Schools include Caboolture East Primary School, St Columbian’s College, Caboolture High School, St Peters Catholic Primary School, Morayfield Primary School and State High School, plus QUT and Tafe Queensland campuses.
It’s easy to get to where you need to be when you call Riverbank home. Easy access to the Bruce Highway puts Brisbane CBD and the Sunshine Coast within an easy drive, and Caboolture and Morayfield train stations are both within 2km of home. Bus services also run through Riverbank to both stations.