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Ferny Hills Statistics

Ferny Hills is north-west of Brisbane, the state capital, and is located along Samford Road. Informally it is part of the Hills District.
The western part of the suburb is within the Samford Conservation Park. The eastern part of the suburb is residential.
Ferny Hills is situated in the Yugarabul traditional Aboriginal country.

Ferny Way State School opened on 27 January 1970. In 1973 it was renamed Ferny Hills State School.[5]

Patricks Road State School opened on 24 January 1977.[5]

Until 2006, a notable feature of Ferny Hills was the Australian Woolshed, which was an Australian farming and wildlife attraction featuring shows and animal exhibits. This has since been demolished and a residential development has been built called ‘Woolshed Grove’ paying homage to its previous life. The Australian Woolshed was also featured as a setting in Episode 12, Season 4 of The Amazing Race

Sales & Growth Chart for FERNY HILLS
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$1,000,000020406080100120140160180200220240260280Median Sale PriceNumber of Sales
DateMedianNumber of Sales in Suburb
1993130,000215
1994134,000197
1995130,000124
1996130,250168
1997132,250170
1998135,000159
1999137,500179
2000138,000241
2001160,000253
2002200,000270
2003269,000247
2004310,000159
2005309,000169
2006330,000198
2007389,500208
2008429,500143
2009434,000180
2010460,000131
2011425,000137
2012441,000130
2013449,500166
2014470,000153
2015499,999151
2016524,000156
2017545,000155
2018565,000133
2019567,750118
2020595,000142
2021768,500176
2022921,25038
Year No. of Sales Median Growth Low High
1993 215 $130,000   $23,010 $220,000
1994 197 $134,000 3.1% $14,100 $290,000
1995 124 $130,000 -3.0% $46,666 $253,000
1996 168 $130,250 0.2% $65,000 $370,000
1997 170 $132,250 1.5% $29,000 $261,500
1998 159 $135,000 2.1% $46,667 $330,000
1999 179 $137,500 1.9% $60,000 $355,000
2000 241 $138,000 0.4% $3,000 $405,000
2001 253 $160,000 15.9% $35,000 $475,000
2002 270 $200,000 25.0% $19,900 $455,000
2003 247 $269,000 34.5% $166,500 $550,000
2004 159 $310,000 15.2% $137,500 $680,000
2005 169 $309,000 -0.3% $182,260 $550,000
2006 198 $330,000 6.8% $131,000 $725,000
2007 208 $389,500 18.0% $273,000 $1,000,000
2008 143 $429,500 10.3% $265,000 $811,000
2009 180 $434,000 1.0% $312,500 $960,000
2010 131 $460,000 6.0% $356,000 $1,400,000
2011 137 $425,000 -7.6% $275,000 $8,000,000
2012 130 $441,000 3.8% $260,000 $900,000
2013 166 $449,500 1.9% $280,000 $770,000
2014 153 $470,000 4.6% $250,000 $1,000,000
2015 151 $499,999 6.4% $318,750 $1,350,000
2016 156 $524,000 4.8% $350,000 $945,000
2017 155 $545,000 4.0% $200,000 $1,350,000
2018 133 $565,000 3.7% $417,000 $1,525,000
2019 118 $567,750 0.5% $420,000 $950,000
2020 142 $595,000 4.8% $413,000 $1,300,000
2021 176 $768,500 29.2% $515,000 $1,401,000
2022 38 $921,250 19.9% $500,000 $1,400,000
Household Income – Weekly (2016)
2011|2016
Under 800800 to 9991000 to 12491250 to 14991500 to 17491750 to 19992000 to 24992500 to 29993000 to 34993500 and over050100150200250300350400450Responses
ResponseCount
Under 800417
800 to 999170
1000 to 1249235
1250 to 1499202
1500 to 1749177
1750 to 1999204
2000 to 2499411
2500 to 2999319
3000 to 3499204
3500 and over357
Home Loan Repayments – Monthly (2016)
2011|2016
< $800$800-$999$1000-$1399$1400-$1799$1800-$2399$2400-$2999$3000-$3999$4000+050100150200250300350400450500Responses
ResponseCount
< $800157
$800-$99951
$1000-$1399176
$1400-$1799261
$1800-$2399456
$2400-$2999245
$3000-$3999109
$4000+46