Brighter Buying

Brisbane’s #10 cheapest suburbs

by Kate Watt, Marketing Manager 25 August 2022

As Brissie’s median house price flirts with the million-dollar-mark it might be hard to believe that a quarter of our dwellings are priced at less than half that.

Data from CoreLogic and Canstar has found the lower quartile of sale prices in Brisbane is $470,000, reports The Property Tribune.

And many suburbs are still sitting well below that.

In fact our cheapest of the cheapies has a median price of $335,000. This includes the suburbs of Bundamba and Woodbridge. Goodna and East Ipswich houses will set you back closer to $350,000.

But you don’t need to move to Ipswich if you’re looking for a bargain basement price.

Clayfield units offer proximity to the city and prestige neighbours without the blue chip price tag. Just $400,000 will get you a Clayfield classic.

Northwards, look to Redcliffe for some good value with units still sitting well below the half-a-million-mark.

Check out Brissie’s cheapest #10 suburbs:

  1. Bundamba – $335,000
  2. Woodbridge – $335,000
  3. Goodna – $350,000
  4. East Ipswich – $355,000
  5. Clayfield (units) – $400,000
  6. Inala – $415,000
  7. Annerley (units) – $420,000
  8. Caboolture – $435,000
  9. Edens Landing – $445,000
  10. Redcliffe (units) – $455,000

Looking for a good value buy? View our current listings for sale.