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Ferny Grove Statistics

Queensland Postcode 4055
Ferny Grove is a residential suburb 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) north-west of the Brisbane CBD. It has 8 parks covering nearly 13% of the total area. There are three schools and two childcare centres.
The district was originally known as Ferny Flats due to the presence of ferns.
The construction of the railway line to Dayboro through the district led to the decision on 22 June 1916 to call the railway station in the area Ferny Grove to avoid confusion with a place called Ferny Flats in New South Wales. The suburb takes its name from the railway station.

The Dayboro railway line opened to Mitchelton railway station (the last station for a suburban passenger service) on 2 March 1918 and to Samford on 1 July 1918, so Ferny Grove railway station would have opened within that period.

Before the Second World War, Ferny Grove was mainly known for its pleasant picnic grounds along the banks of Kedron Brook and large areas of forest and fern filled valleys, one of which gives the suburb its name.

Before large-scale residential development, Ferny Grove was primarily industrial, containing a large claypit and tile factory operating south of the railway station. When this factory ceased operation in the 1960s, Ferny Grove was redeveloped for housing

Sales & Growth Chart for FERNY GROVE
MedianNumber of Sales in Suburb1992199419961998200020022004200620082010201220142016201820202022$0$50,000$100,000$150,000$200,000$250,000$300,000$350,000$400,000$450,000$500,000$550,000$600,000$650,000$700,000$750,000$800,000$850,000$900,000$950,000$1,000,000$1,050,000020406080100120140Median Sale PriceNumber of Sales
DateMedianNumber of Sales in Suburb
1993167,50092
1994165,00083
1995165,00079
1996169,00074
1997163,25084
1998160,00091
1999172,00091
2000180,000122
2001187,450137
2002226,000123
2003278,50086
2004365,00095
2005360,000104
2006373,00083
2007422,50090
2008465,00065
2009482,50076
2010499,80075
2011486,25072
2012480,00061
2013507,00092
2014527,20073
2015540,00089
2016550,00089
2017605,00099
2018608,15062
2019620,00072
2020655,00075
2021815,00097
2022970,50016
Year No. of Sales Median Growth Low High
1993 92 $167,500   $64,000 $390,550
1994 83 $165,000 -1.5% $65,000 $310,000
1995 79 $165,000 0.0% $100,000 $247,000
1996 74 $169,000 2.4% $85,000 $690,000
1997 84 $163,250 -3.4% $70,000 $285,600
1998 91 $160,000 -2.0% $60,000 $340,000
1999 91 $172,000 7.5% $38,000 $1,010,000
2000 122 $180,000 4.7% $61,705 $380,000
2001 137 $187,450 4.1% $100,000 $350,000
2002 123 $226,000 20.6% $99,950 $2,576,000
2003 86 $278,500 23.2% $192,500 $585,000
2004 95 $365,000 31.1% $175,000 $1,795,000
2005 104 $360,000 -1.4% $230,000 $589,500
2006 83 $373,000 3.6% $130,000 $625,000
2007 90 $422,500 13.3% $279,000 $1,680,000
2008 65 $465,000 10.1% $350,000 $1,200,000
2009 76 $482,500 3.8% $366,000 $691,000
2010 75 $499,800 3.6% $349,000 $1,950,000
2011 72 $486,250 -2.7% $330,000 $900,000
2012 61 $480,000 -1.3% $335,000 $1,350,000
2013 92 $507,000 5.6% $333,000 $1,500,000
2014 73 $527,200 4.0% $320,000 $2,900,000
2015 89 $540,000 2.4% $377,000 $975,000
2016 89 $550,000 1.9% $390,000 $810,000
2017 99 $605,000 10.0% $430,000 $955,000
2018 62 $608,150 0.5% $425,000 $965,000
2019 72 $620,000 1.9% $410,000 $2,000,000
2020 75 $655,000 5.6% $310,000 $1,215,000
2021 97 $815,000 24.4% $500,000 $1,300,000
2022 16 $970,500 19.1% $787,500 $1,301,000
Household Income – Weekly (2016)
2011|2016
Under 10001000 to 12491250 to 14991500 to 17491750 to 19992000 to 24992500 to 29993000 to 34993500 to 39994000 and over050100150200250300350Responses
ResponseCount
Under 1000359
1000 to 1249149
1250 to 1499127
1500 to 1749116
1750 to 1999121
2000 to 2499259
2500 to 2999199
3000 to 3499132
3500 to 3999106
4000 and over179
Home Loan Repayments – Monthly (2016)
2011|2016
< $800$800-$999$1000-$1399$1400-$1799$1800-$2399$2400-$2999$3000-$3999$4000+020406080100120140160180Responses
ResponseCount
< $80089
$800-$99937
$1000-$139991
$1400-$1799107
$1800-$2399179
$2400-$2999132
$3000-$399966
$4000+34