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Where To Live In Brisbane -

Where To Live In Brisbane

    Where to live in Brisbane

    Where to live in Brisbane

    Brisbane is rated amongst the worlds top 10 cities. It is Australia’s third largest city and the capital of the state of Queensland, Australia’s sunshine state. With a population of two million people Brisbane is a laid back city built around the Brisbane river. While there are no good beaches along coastal Brisbane it has easy access to the Sunshine Coast and the Gold Coast, two of Australia’s best coastal areas both under ninety minutes drive away. The 2018 Commonwealth Games will be held on the Gold Coast.

    Brisbane Seasonal Weather

    Brisbane has a subtropical climate with an average summer temperature of 29°C and an average winter temperature of 22°C.

    Season Average Maximum Average Minimum
    Summer (December–February) 29°C 21°C
    Autumn (March–May) 26°C 17°C
    Winter (June–August) 22°C 11°C
    Spring (September–November) 27°C 16°C

     

    Where to Live in Brisbane?

    Median house prices in Brisbane are less than Sydney, Melbourne and Perth. If you are moving to Brisbane the information below will give you an idea of where you could potentially live.

    Bulimba and Balmoral

    Bulimba and Balmoral are both trendy inner suburbs beside eachother on the southside and on the river about 4km from the city. Each have good public transport with buses, the city cat, and the nearby morningside train station. These suburbs have an abundance of cafes, restaurants, interesting boutiques and a cinema, there are also parks and wide tree lined streets.

    Average Rent Prices in Bulimba and Balmoral

    The average rent in Bulimba for a two bedroom apartment is $395 per week.
    The average rent in Balmoral for a two bedroom apartment is $420 per week  (as of 6/10/2015. Check realestate.com.au for more details).

    Southbank – South Brisbane

    Southbank or South Brisbane is only 10 mins walk from the CBD, it is also accessible by the bus way, trains, ferries and city cat . There are many cafes, restaurants and cinemas, the cultural center and kangaroo point cliffs, and the west end is only a short walk away.

    Average Rent Prices in South Brisbane

    The average rent in South Brisbane for a three bedroom apartment is $560 per week  (as of 6/10/2015. Check realestate.com.au for more details).

    Manly

    Manly is located on the bay about 15-20 minutes drive from the CBD. The best areas are by the water.

    Average Rent Prices in Manly

    The average rent in Manly for a two bedroom apartment is $375 per week  (as of 6/10/2015. Check realestate.com.au for more details).

    The Gap

    The Gap is about 8km to the north west of the city.  This is a family suburb characterised by good parks, and is close to Walton Creek and Mt Cootha state forest.

    Average Rent Prices for the Gap

    The average rent in the Gap for a three bedroom apartment is $460 per week  (as of 6/10/2015. Check realestate.com.au for more details).

    Camp Hill

    Camp Hill – a leafy family suburb about 7km south of the CBD. Close to Carindale shopping centre with lots of parks and cafes.

    Average Rent Prices for Camp Hill

    The average rent in Camp Hill for a two bedroom apartment is $400 per week  (as of 6/10/2015. Check realestate.com.au for more details).

     

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