Suburb Profile: Noosaville
Often described as the heartbeat of the region, Noosaville's northern esplanade borders along the scenic Noosa River, which is known by the locals as the "Golden Mile". The recent $5.8m beautification program funded by local and state governments, Noosaville is thriving and offers a multitude of activities for families, every-day visitors and retired couples.
The peaceful unpolluted river offers sedate swimming beaches, boating, "putt-putts", surf skiing, sailing, fishing and shady trees perfect for picnics and barbecues. On the southern side of this glorious strip there are some thirty restaurants and cafes to choose from with a variety of cuisine. Boutique shopping and an array of holiday apartments accommodating couples to large families form the southern bank and provide a very affordable holiday retreat.
There are approximately 1,000 holiday apartments in the Noosaville area with a wide cross section of architecture and a mixture of the old and the new. With less than 180 holiday units that can be built in the area in the future, demand is increasing dramatically and we expect this trend will continue over the next few years. The recent supply is expected to be taken up in the near future, as an increasing number of people are experiencing the fruits offered here and the low-key atmosphere.
Noosaville also offers many seasonal and residential use properties in the tranquil side and back streets within an easy amble from all these activities. Noosa Council has restricted building heights to just three stories mostly along Gympie Terrace and only two stories elsewhere which enhances the overall attraction of this popular destination.
Median house price: $329,000 (Noosaville)
All real estate pricing data is taken from Domain.com.au and is correct at May 2012. Pricing data is subject to change, so for the latest statistics please visit the site directly. These pages are updated yearly.