Brisbane land values remain steady

2020 land valuations show Brisbane median land values have increased by around $5,000.

Valuer-General Neil Bray said the valuations reflected land values on 1 October 2019 and showed Brisbane City had increased by 1.1 per cent overall since 2018.

"The analysis of residential sales data shows that Brisbane land is selling for similar prices that it was in the previous round of valuations, with a slight increase from $455,000 to $460,000," Mr Bray said.

"This means that the median value of residential land of 115 Brisbane suburbs has remained static, while the value of multi-unit residential land has increased slightly.

"Industrial land values have also seen a slight increase as demand continues to outstrip supply, particularly in the transport and logistics sector.

"Commercial land values however have seen a slight decrease, with this land being bolstered by localised demand for childcare, medical and large retail centres," Mr Bray said.

Landowners who believe their valuation was incorrect and can provide supporting information, can lodge their objection online or at the address shown at the top of their valuation notice by 5 May 2020.

For a more detailed breakdown of the Brisbane City valuations follow the link below. The valuation listing for Brisbane can also be viewed at the Department of Natural Resources, Mines and Energy, Ground Floor, 317 Edward Street, Brisbane during normal business hours until close of business on 2 June 2020.

Media contact: media@dnrme.qld.gov.au or (07) 3199 8263

Editors: Local Valuer Benjamin Hart will be available for interview.

Additional information:

  • The new median values of Archerfield and Durack reflected moderate increases due to increased competition and affordability but remain below the Brisbane median value. The surrounding suburbs also benefited from the increased activity and experienced minor to moderate increases.
  • The inner northern suburbs located between 4-5km from the Brisbane CBD experienced minor to moderate increases to their median values. The suburb of Kalinga has a new median land value of $750,000.
  • The Moreton Island localities of Bulwer, Cowan Cowan and Kooringal saw minor decreases to their median values. There are less than 300 properties in these localities.
  • Industrial land values have largely remained static. The slight increase in the overall land value is the result of significant increases to sites over 2 hectares in the Pinkenba area.
  • Commercial land values have decreased slightly. A majority of values have remained static with slight decreases to some inner city fringe areas.

Valuations were last issued in the Brisbane City Council local government area in 2019.

Residential land

Table 1 below provides information on median values for residential land within the Brisbane City Council area.

Table 1 – Median value of residential land*

Residential localities Previous median value as at 1/10/2018 ($) New median value as at 1/10/2019 ($) Change in median value (%) Number of properties
Acacia Ridge 275,000 275,000 0.0 2466
Albion 500,000 530,000 6.0 483
Alderley 580,000 610,000 5.2 1702
Algester 340,000 375,000 10.3 2557
Annerley 550,000 550,000 0.0 2303
Anstead 285,000 285,000 0.0 89
Archerfield 227,500 275,000 20.9 225
Ascot 970,000 1,000,000 3.1 1302
Ashgrove 670,000 670,000 0.0 3932
Aspley 425,000 425,000 0.0 3962
Auchenflower 670,000 670,000 0.0 1154
Bald Hills 295,000 300,000 1.7 2455
Balmoral 660,000 670,000 1.5 1120
Banyo 370,000 370,000 0.0 2204
Bardon 680,000 680,000 0.0 3076
Bellbowrie 237,500 237,500 0.0 1741
Belmont 440,000 460,000 4.6 1169
Boondall 325,000 325,000 0.0 3115
Bowen Hills 655,000 655,000 0.0 82
Bracken Ridge 300,000 320,000 6.7 5639
Bridgeman Downs 400,000 410,000 2.5 3066
Brighton 370,000 370,000 0.0 3553
Brisbane City 590,000 590,000 0.0 4
Brookfield 445,000 445,000 0.0 474
Bulimba 750,000 760,000 1.3 1602
Bulwer 405,000 382,500 -5.6 66
Burbank 340,000 340,000 0.0 1
Calamvale 415,000 415,000 0.0 4037
Camp Hill 630,000 630,000 0.0 3958
Cannon Hill 520,000 520,000 0.0 1813
Carina 520,000 530,000 1.9 2590
Carina Heights 520,000 520,000 0.0 1598
Carindale 580,000 580,000 0.0 5117
Carseldine 370,000 370,000 0.0 2676
Chapel Hill 500,000 510,000 2.0 3503
Chelmer 700,000 700,000 0.0 1068
Chermside 460,000 460,000 0.0 1373
Chermside West 405,000 405,000 0.0 2421
Chuwar 190,000 200,000 5.3 27
Clayfield 730,000 780,000 6.9 2065
Coopers Plains 440,000 440,000 0.0 1756
Coorparoo 650,000 650,000 0.0 3518
Corinda 495,000 495,000 0.0 1505
Cowan Cowan 415,000 375,000 -9.6 68
Darra 295,000 325,000 10.2 1326
Deagon 330,000 330,000 0.0 1482
Doolandella 285,000 285,000 0.0 1535
Drewvale 337,500 337,500 0.0 1304
Durack 235,000 280,000 19.2 1809
Dutton Park 680,000 680,000 0.0 422
East Brisbane 580,000 580,000 0.0 1277
Eight Mile Plains 460,000 460,000 0.0 3522
Ellen Grove 149,000 157,500 5.7 674
Enoggera 510,000 530,000 3.9 1391
Everton Park 440,000 430,000 -2.3 2737
Fairfield 530,000 530,000 0.0 829
Ferny Grove 375,000 375,000 0.0 1864
Fig Tree Pocket 530,000 530,000 0.0 1336
Fitzgibbon 250,000 280,000 12.0 2049
Forest Lake 295,000 295,000 0.0 7732
Fortitude Valley 740,000 760,000 2.7 137
Gaythorne 480,000 485,000 1.0 664
Geebung 370,000 390,000 5.4 1717
Gordon Park 550,000 580,000 5.5 1078
Graceville 600,000 600,000 0.0 1568
Grange 640,000 720,000 12.5 1417
Greenslopes 540,000 540,000 0.0 1619
Gumdale 470,000 470,000 0.0 339
Hamilton 890,000 920,000 3.4 1118
Hawthorne 830,000 830,000 0.0 1374
Heathwood 305,000 305,000 0.0 1398
Hemmant 315,000 325,000 3.2 835
Hendra 640,000 670,000 4.7 1609
Herston 550,000 580,000 5.5 405
Highgate Hill 730,000 730,000 0.0 1056
Holland Park 560,000 560,000 0.0 2710
Holland Park West 530,000 530,000 0.0 2031
Inala 215,000 237,500 10.5 4775
Indooroopilly 620,000 630,000 1.6 2696
Jamboree Heights 350,000 350,000 0.0 1188
Jindalee 350,000 350,000 0.0 1884
Kalinga 650,000 750,000 15.4 621
Kangaroo Point 620,000 620,000 0.0 520
Karana Downs 195,000 205,000 5.1 908
Kedron 570,000 570,000 0.0 2528
Kelvin Grove 570,000 570,000 0.0 1084
Kenmore 485,000 485,000 0.0 3259
Kenmore Hills 520,000 520,000 0.0 577
Keperra 395,000 395,000 0.0 2521
Kholo 175,000 185,000 5.7 1
Kooringal 235,000 200,000 -14.9 161
Kuraby 405,000 445,000 9.9 2336
Lota 410,000 410,000 0.0 1160
Lutwyche 500,000 550,000 10.0 526
Macgregor 510,000 510,000 0.0 1785
Mackenzie 450,000 450,000 0.0 585
Manly 550,000 550,000 0.0 1358
Manly West 425,000 425,000 0.0 3791
Mansfield 490,000 490,000 0.0 2882
Mcdowall 395,000 395,000 0.0 2352
Middle Park 365,000 365,000 0.0 1352
Milton 620,000 620,000 0.0 385
Mitchelton 480,000 480,000 0.0 2788
Moggill 270,000 270,000 0.0 1487
Moorooka 475,000 490,000 3.2 2994
Moreton Island 340,000 340,000 0.0 1
Morningside 570,000 570,000 0.0 2312
Mount Crosby 217,500 227,500 4.6 69
Mount Gravatt 447,500 447,500 0.0 956
Mount Gravatt East 495,000 495,000 0.0 3439
Mount Ommaney 590,000 590,000 0.0 709
Murarrie 425,000 425,000 0.0 1357
Nathan 350,000 385,000 10.0 273
New Farm 980,000 1,050,000 7.1 1346
Newmarket 610,000 670,000 9.8 1234
Newstead 1,350,000 1,375,000 1.9 7
Norman Park 620,000 610,000 -1.6 1892
Northgate 440,000 445,000 1.1 1237
Nudgee 385,000 420,000 9.1 1378
Nudgee Beach 440,000 460,000 4.6 129
Nundah 480,000 480,000 0.0 1623
Oxley 365,000 370,000 1.4 2761
Paddington 740,000 740,000 0.0 2601
Pallara 275,000 275,000 0.0 890
Parkinson 395,000 415,000 5.1 3001
Petrie Terrace 540,000 540,000 0.0 409
Pinjarra Hills 222,500 222,500 0.0 1
Pinkenba 270,000 295,000 9.3 124
Pullenvale 295,000 295,000 0.0 9
Red Hill 650,000 650,000 0.0 1623
Richlands 275,000 275,000 0.0 478
Riverhills 305,000 305,000 0.0 1371
Robertson 700,000 700,000 0.0 1184
Rochedale 460,000 460,000 0.0 1271
Rocklea 270,000 270,000 0.0 629
Runcorn 395,000 395,000 0.0 3533
Salisbury 415,000 415,000 0.0 2295
Sandgate 435,000 435,000 0.0 1504
Seven Hills 690,000 680,000 -1.5 782
Seventeen Mile Rocks 340,000 375,000 10.3 901
Sherwood 670,000 670,000 0.0 1382
Shorncliffe 485,000 485,000 0.0 647
Sinnamon Park 420,000 460,000 9.5 1946
South Brisbane 670,000 670,000 0.0 287
Spring Hill 640,000 640,000 0.0 489
St Lucia 810,000 810,000 0.0 1505
Stafford 485,000 485,000 0.0 2100
Stafford Heights 475,000 475,000 0.0 2728
Stones Corner 520,000 520,000 0.0 221
Stretton 520,000 550,000 5.8 1297
Sumner 255,000 255,000 0.0 191
Sunnybank 530,000 530,000 0.0 2821
Sunnybank Hills 475,000 475,000 0.0 5242
Taigum 305,000 320,000 4.9 1306
Taringa 700,000 700,000 0.0 1240
Tarragindi 590,000 590,000 0.0 3864
Teneriffe 1,000,000 1,000,000 0.0 372
Tennyson 495,000 495,000 0.0 273
The Gap 460,000 460,000 0.0 5657
Tingalpa 390,000 400,000 2.6 2575
Toowong 570,000 570,000 0.0 1805
Upper Brookfield 260,000 260,000 0.0 15
Upper Kedron 370,000 370,000 0.0 1743
Upper Mount Gravatt 460,000 460,000 0.0 2707
Virginia 400,000 420,000 5.0 905
Wacol 197,500 197,500 0.0 232
Wakerley 440,000 440,000 0.0 2418
Wavell Heights 500,000 510,000 2.0 3672
West End 790,000 790,000 0.0 1428
Westlake 410,000 410,000 0.0 1530
Willawong 250,000 250,000 0.0 1
Wilston 690,000 770,000 11.6 1112
Windsor 560,000 610,000 8.9 1692
Wishart 465,000 465,000 0.0 2925
Woolloongabba 580,000 590,000 1.7 1160
Wooloowin 540,000 620,000 14.8 939
Wynnum 445,000 445,000 0.0 4397
Wynnum West 390,000 385,000 -1.3 3808
Yeerongpilly 480,000 480,000 0.0 393
Yeronga 610,000 610,000 0.0 1431
Zillmere 340,000 340,000 0.0 2228
All residential localities 455,000 460,000 1.1 305,516

* Does not include land valued as multi-unit or rural residential

Rural residential land

Table 2 below provides information on the median value for rural residential land within the Brisbane City Council area.

Table 2 – Median value of rural residential land*

Land Use Previous median value as at 1/10/2018 ($) New median value as at 1/10/2019 ($) Change in median value (%) Number of properties
Rural Residential 660,000 660,000 0.0 8657

Other land uses

Table 3 below provides information on total land values for land uses other than residential and rural residential land within the Brisbane City Council area.

Table 3 – Total land values of other land uses

Land use category Previous total land value as at 1/10/2018 ($) New total land value as at 1/10/2019 ($) Change in total land value (%) Number of properties
Multi-unit Residential 25,319,969,200 25,531,591,700 0.8 14,573
Industrial 12,589,120,000 12,613,211,500 0.2 6371
Commercial 19,765,592,100 19,476,329,100 - 1.5 6890
Primary Production 73,988,500 74,938,500 1.3 93

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