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Everton Hills Statistics

Everton Hills is a suburb in the Moreton Bay Region, Queensland, Australia.
Located in the north-west of the Brisbane metropolitan area, the suburb extends northwest from Everton Park; this separation of suburbs is marked by a park called ‘Boundary Park’. Everton Hills’ southern boundary runs along the Kedron Brook, separating it from Mitchelton. It is also located at the edge of the Bunyaville Forest Reserve. Informally it is part of the Hills District.
In the 2011 census, Everton Hills recorded a population of 5,812 people, 50.7% female and 49.3% male.
The median age of the Everton Hills population was 35 years, 2 years below the national median of 37.

Location Map of Everton Hills

Sales & Growth Chart for EVERTON HILLS

YearNo. of SalesMedianGrowthLowHigh
1993124$127,500 $58,600$414,000
1994139$125,000-2.0%$40,000$345,000
1995101$130,0004.0%$21,000$325,000
1996110$126,250-2.9%$25,000$275,000
1997104$130,5003.4%$15,900$1,480,000
199898$140,0007.3%$67,500$600,000
1999125$135,000-3.6%$60,000$280,000
2000130$142,2505.4%$12,750$700,000
2001181$146,5003.0%$62,500$485,000
2002202$184,00025.6%$87,500$656,000
2003131$257,00039.7%$59,981$489,000
2004108$312,00021.4%$175,000$1,728,928
2005120$295,250-5.4%$140,000$1,090,000
2006145$325,00010.1%$205,000$595,000
2007186$369,00013.5%$226,000$1,110,000
2008105$425,00015.2%$234,700$750,000
2009123$420,000-1.2%$189,000$680,000
201093$472,00012.4%$259,500$830,000
2011102$411,500-12.8%$290,000$780,000
201295$432,5005.1%$275,000$727,500
201389$462,0006.8%$325,000$1,000,000
201497$495,0007.1%$350,000$1,330,000
201595$520,0005.1%$272,000$1,200,000
2016114$540,0003.8%$300,000$912,500
201798$550,5001.9%$310,000$1,189,000
201883$600,0009.0%$430,000$895,000
201997$575,000-4.2%$2,000$1,115,000
2020104$611,7506.4%$280,000$990,000
202128$687,75012.4%$505,000$1,600,000

Price Range Segmentation (Last 12 Months)

rangesEVERTON HILLS(House)
<$300k0
$300k-$400k1
$400k-$500k2
$500k-$600k35
$600k-$700k38
$700k-$800k15
$800k-$900k8
$900k-$1m6
$1m-$1.2m1
$1.2m-$1.5m0
$1.5m-$2m0
$2m-$2.5m0
$2.5m-$3m0
>$3m0

Peak Selling Periods (Last 3 Years)

rangesEVERTON HILLS(House)
Jan5
Feb9
Mar9
Apr4
May8
Jun8
Jul8.5
Aug9.5
Sep9
Oct8.5
Nov12
Dec7

Rental & Growth Chart for EVERTON HILLS

Number of Rentals / Median Rental Price

Quarter234+234+All Bed Counts
Q2/20170138420540470
Q3/201701511420540445
Q4/201711710350440550460
Q1/201802315435500442.5
Q2/201831712325425537.5445
Q3/201801513440550450
Q4/201811319290460580550
Q1/201921712402.5450525470
Q2/20191167300447.5520470
Q3/20192128315455577.5475
Q4/201901514425567.5475
Q1/202001214450575512.5
Q2/202001410445550470
Q3/20201173320450580450
Q4/202011211450460580517.5
Q1/202131713310460575500

Age of Population

ResponseCount
0 to 4451
5 to 191,173
20 to 391,725
40 to 591,559
60+1,045

Family Composition (2016)

ResponseCount
Couples (all)813
Couple with no children639
One Parent (all)230
Other Familiy20

Household Income – Weekly (2016)

ResponseCount
Under 1000374
1000 to 1249147
1250 to 1499142
1500 to 1749133
1750 to 1999137
2000 to 2499294
2500 to 2999230
3000 to 3499147
3500 to 3999114
4000 and over168

Home Loan Repayments – Monthly (2016)

ResponseCount
< $80081
$800-$99937
$1000-$1399105
$1400-$1799142
$1800-$2399310
$2400-$2999155
$3000-$3999102
$4000+25

Rent Payments – Weekly (2016)

ResponseCount
Under 1503
150 to 1990
200 to 22412
225 to 27423
275 to 34934
350 to 449190
450 to 549122
550 to 64924
650 to 7493
750 and over3

Dwelling Structure (2016)

ResponseCount
Separate House1,913
Semi/Terrace154
Flat5
Not Stated4
Other0

Home Ownership (2016)

ResponseCount
Purchasing990
Fully Owned619
Rented432
Not Stated33

Non-School Qualification: Level of Education (2016)

ResponseCount
Infants/Primary590
Secondary Education373
University303
Not Stated196
Technical/Further109
Pre-school80
Other32

Employment (2011)

ResponseCount
Full-Time2,073
Not in the labour force1,121
Part-Time895
Labour force status not stated155
Employed: away for work150
Unemployed, looking for work141

Occupation (2016)

ResponseCount
Professionals842
Clerical and Administrative Workers549
Community and Personal Service Workers406
Managers404
Technicians and Trade Workers389
Sales Workers261
Labourers194
Machinery Operators and Drivers118
Inadequately Described/Not Stated37

Method of Travel to Work (2016)

ResponseCount
Car (driver)1,996
Did not go to work340
Train180
Worked at home169
Car (Pas.)140
Train & Car (driver)90
Bus41
Bicycle39
Motorbike/scooter34
Walked only30
Train & Bus26
Not Stated18
Other two18
Train & other two18
Truck18
Train & Car (Pas.)17
Other14
Train & Other10
Bus & Car (driver)7
Other three4
Bus & Car (Pas.)3
Taxi3
Bus & Ferry0
Bus & Other0
Bus & Tram0
Bus & other two0
Ferry0
Train & Ferry0
Train & Tram0
Tram0

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