So where in Brissie do love and money reign supreme?
If fertility is a sign of love (and let’s face it sometimes kids have the opposite effect on romance!) then our local neighbourhood is home to a lot of love nests. Stafford Heights is amongst Brissie’s top 5 suburbs with a fertility rate of 2.06, compared to the Queensland average 1.76 and the national average of 1.66 births per mother, reports Brisbane Times.
Here are the other ‘burbs that cracked the top five – and the suburbs with the fewest bubs.
Check out Brissie’s most fertile suburbs, adjusted for population:
- Stafford Heights
- Wynnum West
These are Brissie’s least popular suburbs for baby making:
- Spring Hill
- Fortitude Valley
- South Brisbane
- Highgate Hill
- Brisbane City
On the money front, Property Update has compiled a list of our city’s richest suburbs using data from the Australian Tax Office, Domain, realestate.com.au and the census.
Check out where Brissie’s rich-listers live, showing median house price and median annual income:
- Teneriffe $1.962 million, $127,972
- Chandler $1.6 million, $128,752
- Bulimba $1.31 million, $126,516
- Hamilton $1.48 million, $98,488
- New Farm $1.6 million, $93,704