Caboolture is an outer suburb if Brisbane. Not that long ago Caboolture was a long way from the big city, with its own heritage and culture. Not any longer.
Caboolture is a new suburb, and everything is new. Unfortunately that has meant some awful development decisions have been made. E.g. the main street is a soulless.
The Caboolture area was first settled in 1842 when the land around the Moreton Bay penal colony was opened up to free settlers. Due to its proximity to Brisbane, Caboolture was one of the first areas of the state opened up to Europeans
By the mid 1860s the local pastoralists were experimenting with sugar cane and cotton. In 1867, a tiny settlement was established as a supply and trading centre for the settlers in the area.
Settlement in Caboolture was accelerated with the discovery of gold at Gympie. In 1868, the town was used as a stop-over point by the Cobb and Co coach service.
Something was here from an historic perspective, but no longer.
In short there is no reason to visit.