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Bundaberg and Fraser Coast median house prices

Brett Wortman

BUNDABERG and Fraser Coast median house prices from the Real Estate Institute of Queensland.

 

Region Median Sale 12mths Mar13 Median Sale 12mths Mar12 1yr change
FRASER COAST      
FRASER COAST (LGA)  $ 284,000  $ 285,000 -0.4%
FRASER COAST (LGA) ^  $ 375,000  $ 357,000 5.0%
DUNDOWRAN BEACH ^ $485,500 $520,000 -6.6%
ELI WATERS $300,000 $310,000 -3.2%
GRANVILLE $210,000 $233,000 -9.9%
KAWUNGAN $328,000 $318,000 3.1%
MARYBOROUGH $208,000 $215,000 -3.3%
PIALBA $265,000 $267,500 -0.9%
POINT VERNON $302,500 $291,665 3.7%
SCARNESS $265,500 $275,000 -3.5%
TINANA $282,500 $311,000 -9.2%
TOOGOOM $279,500 $279,000 0.2%
TORQUAY $301,000 $298,500 0.8%
URANGAN $295,000 $305,000 -3.3%
URRAWEEN $337,900 $328,900 2.7%
BUNDABERG (LGA)  $ 283,000  $ 275,000 2.9%
BUNDABERG (LGA) ^  $ 347,500  $ 337,500 3.0%
AVENELL HEIGHTS $275,000 $270,000 1.9%
AVOCA $310,000 $297,500 4.2%
BARGARA $379,000 $346,500 9.4%
BRANYAN ^ $360,000 $340,750 5.7%
BUNDABERG EAST $299,000 $276,250 8.2%
BUNDABERG NORTH $257,000 $248,000 3.6%
BUNDABERG SOUTH $233,000 $229,250 1.6%
BUNDABERG WEST $245,000 $246,000 -0.4%
BURNETT HEADS $270,000 $280,000 -3.6%
CORAL COVE $392,000 $415,000 -5.5%
INNES PARK $333,750 $354,000 -5.7%
KALKIE $343,750 $335,000 2.6%
KEPNOCK $267,500 $252,500 5.9%
MILLBANK $236,675 $230,000 2.9%
MOORE PARK BEACH $300,000 $308,500 -2.8%
MOORE PARK BEACH ^ $375,000 $346,000 8.4%
NORVILLE $243,000 $245,500 -1.0%
SHARON ^ $357,500 $370,000 -3.4%
SVENSSON HEIGHTS $250,000 $245,250 1.9%
THABEBAN $272,250 $275,000 -1.0%
WALKERVALE $230,000 $211,000 9.0%
NORTH BURNETT (LGA)  $ 157,500  $ 145,000 8.6%
NORTH BURNETT (LGA) ^  $ 230,000  $ 206,500 11.4%
GAYNDAH $162,500 $166,500 -2.4%

 

REIQ EXPLANATORY NOTES          
   
Median Price: The middle sale price when arranged in ascending order, ie where half of the sales recorded were less and half were higher than the median
All figures are preliminary and are subject to further revision. Only suburbs to record sufficient sales numbers have been included.
N/A No preliminary estimate available due to insufficient sales numbers      
^ Denotes acreage sales - on land size greater than 2,400m2. All other house and land sale statistics are based on land size under 2,400m2
(LGA) Local Government Area          
Brisbane (SD)- Brisbane Statistical Division which includes the LGA's of Brisbane City, Ipswich City, Logan City, Moreton Bay Regional and Redland City.
           
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