MEDIAN HOUSE PRICES IN 

BRISBANE

Brisbane is often thought of as a series of mini markets divided by location. So, if you’re thinking of buying in Brisbane, it can be helpful to look at the average property price by region.

The inner city is one of the most expensive and popular suburbs to buy property in Brisbane. As of June last year, the median house price was $905,000 - a quarterly increase of 0.56%.

Brisbane City

Brisbane’s East boasts the lowest average house prices in Brisbane. In June 2019, the median house price was $550,000. 

Brisbane's East

BRISBANE'S NORTH

In Brisbane’s Northern suburbs a house will set you back around $605,000, it has some of Brisbane’s cheapest apartments with a median of $371,000.

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BRISBANE'S SOUTH

House prices in Brisbane’s South linger somewhere in the middle, with a median of $665,000. And unit prices are some of Brisbane’s most affordable, with the average price of $396,000.

BRISBANE'S WEST

The opposite of cities like Sydney, Brisbane’s Western suburbs have some of the most expensive real estate. The median house price was $703,322. and the median unit  price was $438,500.