Australian housing overview
Australian cities offer a variety of housing types, from
suburban housing estates to high-rise apartments in inner city
locations. The price of housing in Australia varies significantly
both between cities and within cities.
Housing is more expensive in larger cities compared to regional
and rural areas. Land size also tends to increase further out from
the larger cities.
There are options to buy your own home or to rent a home
depending on your preference.
||Median House Price (AU$)
|Sydney - New South Wales
|Melbourne - Victoria
|Darwin - Northern Territory
|Canberra - Australian Capital Territory
|Peth - Western Australia
|Brisbane - Queensland
|Adelaide - South Australia
|Hobart - Tasmania
|Average (all 8 cities)
(Source: Real Estate Institute of Australia, published in the Sydney Morning Herald)
To search for properties to buy or rent in Australia see:
New Zealand housing
Housing in New Zealand is varied in type and price. Housing is
more expensive in the larger cities than in rural areas. For more
information ,refer to the Real
Estate Institute of New Zealand.