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Capital city hot spots of the past 5 syear

In his column for Switzer, John McGrath discusses Australia’s capital city hot spots. John Mcgrath

The past five years have been an amazing time in Australian residential property, particularly in Sydney and Melbourne.

We’ve seen a number of important trends emerge and/or get stronger, including rising demand from foreign buyers, increased apartment living, ‘rentvesting’ and the bank of mum and dad.

Within every capital city market, there are hundreds of micro markets where growth is not only affected by big macro trends, but also local factors that have caused higher price growth for those particular suburbs.

These are the hot spots of our capital city markets.

So this week, we’re taking a look at the top 10 performing suburbs in every capital city for both houses and apartments.

These figures come from CoreLogic’s Best of the Best Report, which was released in December last year and is based on September quarter data.

Top 10 Suburbs for Capital Growth 2011-2016

Sydney Houses

  1. Homebush 147.3%
  2. Strathfield South 112.7%                                                                                
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  3. North Strathfield 103.9%
  4. South Hurstville 102.7%
  5. East Ryde 100.6%
  6. Connells Point 98.8%
  7. Chester Hill 97%
  8. Villawood 96.8%
  9. Epping 95.7%
  10. Rydalmere 94.7%

Sydney Apartments  sydney

  1. Lilyfield 134.3%
  2. Waverley 122.8%
  3. Hunters Hill 120.7%
  4. Forest Lodge 100.6%
  5. Macquarie Fields 87.9%
  6. Edgecliff 87%
  7. Glenfield 86.9%
  8. Minto 84.9%
  9. Rushcutters Bay 84.1%
  10. Punchbowl 82.9%

Melbourne Houses

  1. Malvern 102.8%
  2. Mont Albert North 90.4%
  3. McKinnon 81.9%
  4. South Yarra 80%
  5. Clyde North 77.8%
  6. Box Hill 76.7%
  7. Burwood 75.5%
  8. Glen Iris 74.5%
  9. Ashburton 73.1%
  10. Wollert 72.2%

Melbourne Apartments  melbourne

  1. East Melbourne 64.5%
  2. Hampton East 61.5%
  3. Mount Waverley 49.8%
  4. Vermont 48.6%
  5. Blackburn South 45.7%
  6. Keysborough 43%
  7. Burwood 41.5%
  8. Forest Hill 39.3%
  9. Safety Beach 39%
  10. Carlton 38.6%

Perth Houses

  1. Dayton 68.4%
  2. Bedfordale 65.3%
  3. Wattle Grove 45.7%
  4. Brabham 42.7%
  5. Beaconsfield 40%
  6. Hammond Park 38.2%
  7. North Coogee 35.8%
  8. Coolbellup 35.8%
  9. Woodlands 35.3%
  10. Riverton 34.6%

Perth Apartments perth

  1. Applecross 28.4%
  2. Morley 27.2%
  3. Bayswater 24.6%
  4. Victoria Park 24.2%
  5. Scarborough 21.8%
  6. Burswood 21.3%
  7. Mount Hawthorn 18.9%
  8. Yokine 18.4%
  9. Tuart Hill 18%
  10. Carlisle 17.6%

Brisbane Houses

  1. West End 42.6%
  2. Seventeen Mile Rocks 37.2%
  3. Seven Hills 36.6%
  4. Macgregor 36.2%
  5. Murarrie 35.7%
  6. Highgate Hill 35.1%
  7. Kalinga 34.8%
  8. Robertson 34.2%
  9. Graceville 34%
  10. Sunnybank Hills 33.6%

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  1. Camp Hill 26%
  2. Kedron 25.9%
  3. Stafford 24%
  4. Paddington 23.9%
  5. Capalaba 22.8%
  6. Wynnum West 22.5%
  7. Mount Gravatt East 21.7%
  8. Carina Heights 21.5%
  9. South Brisbane 20.7%
  10. Wishart 18.9%

Adelaide Houses

  1. Hazelwood Park 37%
  2. Torrens Park 33.7%
  3. Walkerville 32.2%
  4. Hyde Park 30.5%
  5. Mile End 30.5%
  6. Unley 28.9%
  7. Hawthorn 28.2%
  8. Daw Park 27.4%
  9. Hectorville 27.3%
  10. Burnside 26.7%

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  1. Unley 20.3%
  2. Henley Beach 20.3%
  3. Magill 18.8%
  4. North Adelaide 15.2%
  5. Norwood 13.9%
  6. Brooklyn Park 13.9%
  7. Parkside 12.9%
  8. Glenelg East 12.5%
  9. Plympton 11.9%
  10. Klemzig 9%

Hobart Houses

  1. North Hobart 25%
  2. Bellerive 17.5%
  3. Geilston Bay 12.9%
  4. Mornington 11.7%
  5. Sandy Bay 11.5%
  6. Lenah Valley 11.3%
  7. Howrah 10.5%
  8. Kingston Beach 10.2%
  9. Kingston 9.4%
  10. Acton Park 9.2%

Hobart Apartments  hobart

  1. Blackmans Bay 9.5%
  2. Bellerive 7.6%
  3. Howrah 6.3%
  4. New Town 4.5%
  5. Glenorchy 0.4%
  6. Kingston -1.7%
  7. Sandy Bay -2.1%
  8. Hobart -3.4%
  9. Claremont -8.5%
  10. Battery Point -9.4%

Darwin Houses 

  1. Bakewell 22.9%
  2. Humpty Doo 19.1%
  3. Gunn 18.6%
  4. Bellamack 17.1%
  5. Rapid Creek 15.8%
  6. Rosebery 15%
  7. Nightcliff 10.4%
  8. Howard Springs 9.5%
  9. Driver 8.9%
  10. Durack 7.7%

Darwin Apartments  apartment

  1. Nightcliff 16.5%
  2. Rapid Creek 8.7%
  3. Larrakeyah 8.6%
  4. Coconut Grove 4%
  5. Parap 3.3%
  6. Fannie Bay -4.3%
  7. Darwin City -4.3%
  8. Bakewell -8.3%
  9. Stuart Park -8.7%

(Only 9 published)

Source: Best of the Best 2016, article by Tim Lawless, published by CoreLogic



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