Ray White Real Estate Hervey Bay
Hervey Bay in Queensland is a place where residents can escape the busy city and enjoy the beautiful coast.
Facing north, the town is located about three hours north of Brisbane and is perfectly situated to enjoy the benefits of a small locale but within range of a day trip to the big smoke.
A population of at least 60,000 residents here enjoy a relaxed lifestyle and the town is known as the whale watch capital of the world.
As far as climate, those who are sick of the cold winters in other parts of the country will be envious of 23 degree days in the middle of July.
In summer, it’s not that much hotter, with temperatures ranging from 22 to 29 degrees. Rainfall is lower than other parts of Queensland, making it the perfect place to have a holiday the whole year round.
According to Domain, real estate in the region goes for around $300,000 for a home and just over $280,000 for a unit. The property sector in the area is one of the more stable in the country due to the fact that it a highly sought after location for a sea change. And the economy does well as a result of this, simply because Hervey Bay enjoys a large population of retirees that have cash to spare.
There are many places of worship and those who are religious won’t be left without options.
In regards to education, Hervey Bay enjoys many different institutions including a variety of preschools, primary and high schools as well as colleges and university campuses.
There is plenty of shopping available in Hervey Bay from large complexes like Stocklands to small, independent outlets – so locals are never short of places to browse and buy.
Restaurants and cafes are plentiful in Hervey Bay and cuisines cater to all tastes, whether it be Italian, Thai or classic pub food.
Talk to Ray White Hervey Bay and its principal Glenn Fallon. He and his team have many years of experience and their knowledge will ensure that your foray into the property market is a successful and satisfying one. Hervey Bay is expected to see a large amount of population growth over the next decade so investing now makes great financial sense.