The Jewel In Queensland’s Crown

Houses For Sale In Hervey Bay

Hervey Bay is frequently called the Jewel in Queensland’s Crown.  It enjoys a delightful subtropical climate with little rainfall. Temperatures are about 14 to 23 degrees Celsius in winter and 22 to 29 degrees Celsius in summer.  Again, delightful.

Hervey Bay is one of Queensland’s nicest holiday destinations.  It’s one of the best places to whale watch – it’s even called the Whale Watch Capital of the World because it offers the closest whale observing encounters.  Hervey Bay also provides access to Fraser Island, the biggest sand island, and Lady Elliot Island, the primary coral reef on the Great Barrier Reef.

Hervey Bay’s secure waters offer sting-free swimming, diving, kayaking, yachting, snorkeling, wind surfing, sailing, fishing – any water sport of which you can think – the whole year round.

You can stroll and bicycle along the scenic shoreline and relish the picnic areas, shops, playgrounds, piers, and the lively marina along the walkway or one of the Discovery Trails.  Visit the Orchid House and enjoy the stunning botanical gardens and enjoy a meal at one of the cafes.

Hervey Bay Real Estate Market

The Hervey Bay Real Estate Market is one of the most stable in Australia and one the least troubled by the normal issues that impact the market.  Such is because the area is developing.

Home Sales

House and property costs in Hervey Bay tend to be less expensive than those elsewhere in Australia, meaning that those moving in have sold homes in order to purchase a much nicer one.  Supply equals demands, but houses don’t stay on the market for too long.  Hervey Bay is a very desirable area, both for purchasing and renting homes.  It’s a strong community, has lots of facilities and services, and it’s constantly growing.

Choosing an Area

Before you invest, you should probably decide where to look for real estate in Hervey Bay you’d want to live.  Here is some insight to the areas and surrounding suburbs:

  • Point Vernon: explorers would most likely enjoy this area, as it is close to the coral reef and fishing, diving, and boating areas.
  • Both Scarness and Torquay, like Point Vernon, are along the coast, but further along. The sea is on one side and amenities on the other.
  • Nikenbah and Booral are near restaurants and farmer’s markets.
  • Tiny fish and crabs scurry alongside you on the sand in Dundowran Beach.
  • Toogoom is beautiful and highly affordable.
  • At River Heads, you can enjoy green grass, blue water, and friendly, kind neighbors. There’s also a barge landing point and a general store.
  • In Craignish, you can play golf on two modern courses and enjoy easy access to Dundowran Beach. Good fishing, too.
  • Urraween has several schools, including Hervey Bay Senior College, Hervey Bay Christian Academy, and St James Lutheran College. There’s also a central shopping center.
  • Kawungan has a primary state school and a caravan park.
  • Wondunna has a large sports reserve with a swimming pool, a local store, and the Star of the Sea Catholic College and Fraser Coast Anglican College.
  • Sunshine Acres is a rural/residential area.
  • Eli Waters is close to the beaches and the shops.

The residents of these are very content with their locales and properties.  Hervey Bay truly is the Jewel in Queensland’s Crown.

Bob Stevens

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