Caboolture Hospital redevelopment caters for regional growth

By 2031, the population of Caboolture and surrounds is expected to grow by 51 per cent, and the Queensland Government has committed $352.9 million to deliver 130 new beds to significantly expand services.

Subsequently, over the next four years, Caboolture Hospital will undergo a significant expansion and redevelopment.

The Caboolture Hospital redevelopment will include the construction of a five storey clinical services building and a targeted refurbishment of existing spaces.

A larger hospital requires more car parking and $41.7 million has been provided to deliver a new multi-story carpark.

The design of the new clinical services building is expected to be completed in mid-2020 with the construction phase then expected to start and take up to three years to complete.

The Caboolture Hospital redevelopment is a complex mix of new build and a refurbishment of the existing facility and covers a total gross floor area of approximately 32,000 square metres and will include:

  • new and expanded emergency department
  • 20 bed rehabilitation unit
  • 10 bed palliative care unit
  • 14 bed geriatric evaluation and management unit
  • 32 bed medical ward
  • 10 bed intensive care unit
  • eight bed cardiac care unit
  • two additional operating theatres and four stage one recovery spaces
  • four bed chest pain assessment unit and 16 bed medical ward
  • targeted refurbishment within existing hospital
  • enhanced and expanded special care nursery with 15 bays.

Construction is due to be complete in 2023. For more information visit