Homely unveils Top 50 Most Liveable and Affordable Suburbs in Australia

Homely unveils Top 50 Most Liveable and Affordable Suburbs in Australia

Homely have released the first edition of The Homely Report, showcasing the Top 50 Most Liveable and Affordable Suburbs in Australia, as voted by Homely locals.

This report provides valuable insights for property seekers looking for the best budget-friendly places to settle down without compromising on lifestyle benefits.

Homely’s hyperlocal suburb and street reviews, along with active local discussion forums, offer an in-depth look at cities, suburbs, and towns across the nation. Thousands of locals have shared their insights, discussing factors that influence property decisions, including the cost of living, housing prices, local business growth, infrastructure developments, community attributes, and amenities like parks and schools.

David Webb, Head of Industry and Revenue Partnerships from Homely.com.au states, “The majority of these locations are close to a regional hub. When considering property in a new area, it’s important to look for existing or planned infrastructure, as this indicates potential for positive capital growth and ensures access to necessary amenities.”

Topping the list this year is Queenstown, TAS, a charming suburb in the rugged west of Tasmania, where you can purchase a 3-bedroom family home for around $300,000. Known for its community activities and welcoming vibe, Queenstown is gaining popularity among home buyers. Other notable suburbs include Davoren Park, SA, and Southport, QLD, which offer a blend of affordability relative to their blue chip neighbours, as well as a high-quality lifestyle, making them attractive to both investors and families.

Read the full list of the top 50 suburbs or to explore detailed suburb reviews and local discussions, visit Homely.com.au. This report is a valuable resource to help property buyers, sellers and renters make better informed property decisions that align with their budget and lifestyle preferences.

Homely’s exclusive qualitative insights 

Homely’s user generated content has created millions of valuable data points about streets and suburbs across Australia over the past 10 years. When integrated with quantitative data, such as Homely’s suburb median data, the platform helps give property seekers a more informed perspective on finding their next home. View more street and suburb information here or join Homely.com.au’s local discussion forums here.