Top 20 Qld Growth Suburbs

Tuesday 29 Jun 2021

HOUSES:

Suburb/median price/+12mth % change

Lake Macdonald: $830,500; 43.19%

Toowoomba City: $418,000; 41.69%

Charters Towers City: $150,000; 41.51%

Marcoola: $894,000; 39.14%

Sunshine Beach: $2,500,000; 38.70%

Malanda: $362,500; 36.79%

Longreach: $220,000; 35.38%

Minyama: $1,637,500; 34.22%

Elliott Heads: $422,500; 34.13%

North Ward: $757,500; 33.36%

Dysart: $140,000; 33.33%

Airlie Beach: $872,500; 33.21%

Bundaberg East: $305,500; 32.54%

Port Douglas: $830,000; 30.50%

Palm Cove: $747,500; 30.45%

Nikenbah: $460,000; 29.58%

Sarina: $377,500; 29.50%

Monto: $110,000; 29.41%

Biggera Waters: $840,000; 29.23%

Telina: $329,250; 29.12%

(Source: Realestate.com.au)

UNITS:

Suburb/median price/+12mth % change

Sippy Downs: $359,500; 47.94%

East Toowoomba: $455,000; 44.44%

Hermit Park: $170,000; 38.78%

Coolum Beach: $577,500; 35.88%

Cairns City: $480,000; 33.33%

Emerald: $192,500; 31.62%

Palm Beach: $687,500; 30.95%

Mooloolaba: $522,000; 27.32%

Currumbin: $657,500; 27.05%

Twin Waters: $820,000; 26.64%

Urangan: $315,000; 23.53%

Freshwater: $300,000; 23.08%

Belgian Gardens: $255,000; 22.89%

Tin Can Bay: $335,000; 22.71%

Mermaid Beach: $549,900; 22.54%

Noosa Heads: $1,100,000; 21.55%

Tewantin: $452,500; 21.48%

Sunshine Beach: $950,000; 21.41%

Wilsonton: $265,000; 21.28%

Ashmore: $411,500; 21.21%

(Source: Realestate.com.au)