Rural living in Bingara

Bingara is a town renowned for its healthy rural lifestyle and top-notch produce – but living here isn't a slow-paced affair. With plenty to see and do and a lot of work to be done, Bingara is the perfect blend of a leisurely lifestyle and enjoyment of hard work.

Who lives in Bingara?

According to the 2011 Census the population of Bingara is under 1500 people. The local council states that the area is one where the value of community is truly expressed – with such a tight-knit local population this comes as no surprise.

Bingara is a family town, with 51.6 per cent of the population being married and almost 2 children per household on average, according to the census data. With a strong European heritage, the locals know how to make use of Australia's prime agricultural land and conditions.

RP Data reports that home ownership in the area has increased, with owner occupied homes in the area at 75.4 per cent in 2011, up from 72.3 per cent in 2006. With five parks in the 142 square kilometre area and a rich national forest surrounding this, it's not hard to see why people are choosing to buy homes in the region.

With a strong focus on agriculture, locals are tied to the land, so it doesn't sell often. If you get an opportunity to purchase property for sale in Bingara, you should snap it up.

Real estate in Bingara

When property in this sought after rural location does become available, who can you talk to find the best deal in town? Fortunately, a recent opening in rural real estate was seized by long-time locals Russell Smyth and Chris Smyth.

Teaming up with Australasia's largest real estate network, the couple looked to expand on their local knowledge and rural expertise by using the full resources of the Ray White network.

The opening of Ray White Rural Bingara in December 2014 was the perfect marriage of opportunity and experience. Local real estate is about a lot more than just houses and land, with a lot of businesses and livestock featuring in the Bingara landscape.

If you want to know more about running a hobby farm or purchasing some hard working rural real estate, get in touch with the local Ray White office to find out how to become a part of this thriving Australian farming community.