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Why are people buying property in Tinbeerwah?

Tinbeerwah, a serene suburb in the Noosa hinterland, is an ideal choice for property seekers. Located just 15 kilometres west of Noosa Heads, it boasts a peaceful rural atmosphere amidst lush bushland and rolling hills. The area primarily features spacious acreage properties and residential blocks, providing ample privacy, whilst being just a short drive to the essential amenities in nearby Noosa Heads, combining the best of both worlds and making it an attractive option for those desiring a peaceful retreat with easy access to coastal conveniences.

Buying property in Tinbeerwah? A Property Market Overview:

The size of Tinbeerwah is approximately 22 square kilometres. It has 7 parks covering nearly 44.4% of the total area, with a population of approximately 1000 people (ABS 2016).
The median property price for houses in Tinbeerwah over the last 12 months (Oct 2022 – Oct 2023) is $1.72m. If you are looking for an investment property, houses in Tinbeerwah rent for a median weekly price of $787 with an annual rental yield of 2.3%.

Population (ABS 2016)1k5-year population change
(ABS 2016)
Total Dwellings (houses)425Total Dwellings (units)NA
Av Length of Ownership11.2yrs30-Year Historical Performance7.3%
Median House Price$1,720,000Median Unit PriceNA
% of Owner-Occupiers84.6%% of Renters15.4%
Houses Rental yield2.3%Unit Rental YieldNA

Source: Corelogic & Pricefinder October 2023

Top Reasons Why People are Moving to Tinbeerwah:

  1. Location and Surroundings: Tinbeerwah is situated approximately 15 kilometres west of the popular coastal town of Noosa Heads. It is surrounded by natural beauty, including lush bushland, rolling hills, and picturesque landscapes. It is on the fringe of the Noosa Hinterland and close to many of the popular Hinterland townships including Eumundi, Pomona and Cooroy.

  2. Residential Character: Tinbeerwah primarily consists of large acreage properties, rural estates, and spacious residential blocks. Many properties in the area offer expansive land sizes, providing residents with privacy and a sense of space. The suburb is known for its tranquil and semi-rural lifestyle, attracting those seeking a peaceful retreat.

  3. Proximity to Amenities: While Tinbeerwah offers a rural lifestyle, it is conveniently located within easy reach of essential amenities. Noosa Heads is a short drive away, offering a range of shops, restaurants, cafes, entertainment options, and pristine beaches. Residents can enjoy the best of both worlds, with the peacefulness of Tinbeerwah and the amenities of Noosa nearby.

  4. Market and Property Prices: The property market in Tinbeerwah consists of mainly larger residential properties and acreage estates. Property prices in the area can vary depending on factors such as property size, location, views, and amenities.

Living Your Luxe Life Podcast: Hidden Gems of Tinbeerwah, recommended by locals!

Discover the hidden gems in and around Tinbeerwah on the Living Your Luxe Life Podcast, as Christine engages with locals who’ve embraced this region as their “home,” and delves into the relationship between home, lifestyle, and community. Through her role as a property buyer’s agent, Christine can dissect the region’s broader economic and property growth influences, situating them within the property cycle.

  • Tinbeerwah & Sunrise Beach, Remote Working in a Lifestyle Destination with Jonette Wilton, Founder & Editor of Sunday Press _ Season 2, Episode 4
  • Noosa Hinterland & Its Treasures with Nick Humbert _ Season 2, Episode 3
  • Noosa Hinterland & Boreen Point with Tara Ferrier _ Season 2, Episode 2

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