On the Northside, 16 km north of Brisbane city, Carseldine (4034) was named after William Carseldine who owned the land in 1858. It is a mix of residential and commercial as it is home to a Homemaker Centre, a community-based shopping centre, several convenience centres, two plant nurseries, a large football club and facilities, and a centre for police operations. cares line is also well serviced by regular train and bus services to Brisbane and surrounding suburbs.
In 2011, 8700 people lived in Carseldine, their average age is 41 years. Many of Carseldine’s residents have been born overseas, namely India, Philippines, South Africa, England, and New Zealand such that languages such as Hindi, Italian or Cantonese are spoken in addition to English at home.