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With our supportive communities, property opportunities on the rise, and a lifestyle without the hustle and bustle – we have lots to offer couples, individuals, and families looking to make the move to a better lifestyle.Want more info?
Alina was living in a regional centre in New South Wales when she met Sam, who had left NSW to live in Blackall, Central West Queensland.
“We tried living down south for a while but found our hearts just wanted to be here and so this is where we planted ourselves about five years ago,” she explains.
They found it much more affordable to purchase and renovate a character Queenslander home and Alina was offered a job before she’d even arrived in the central west. Watch Alina’s full story to find out more or get in touch with us if you’re thinking of making a move.View more stories
There’s a lot to consider when moving to the central west, but we’ve got lots to offer to help you make your decision.
Whether you’re looking to rent or buy, renovate or move right in, you’d be surprised at the variety of homes you can find out here.
Skate parks, monkey bars, water parks, and more – there’s plenty of kid friendly activities to get them outside and having fun!
Longing for the way life used to be? Knowing your neighbours, letting the kids walk to school, and low crime rates, CWQ offers peace of mind.
Take up a new hobby, spend some quality family time, or just sit back and relax with a 1 minute commute to work – what could you do with the time you’re currently spent sitting in traffic?
There’s something to be said for the towns in this region, they know how to have fun and support their local communities – you won’t find that in the big smoke.
Have you been priced out of the property market, or looking for some more bang for your buck? You won’t find a shoebox apartment costing the world out here.
If you’re considering moving to Central West Queensland for a better lifestyle, you probably want to know what jobs are available and what working is like in the region as well. Read more about how you can benefit from working in CWQ.
Queensland cities have seen massive booms in the housing market, making house purchasing and renting unaffordable and unobtainable to many people.
Central West Queensland has an average house price of $252,000 compared to that of Brisbane whose median price is $800,000. We offer affordable living with larger houses, and more land, for a fraction of the price.
Want to talk to us about the housing market or property in CWQ? Contact us below.Get in touch
Even though our centres share many things in common, each community has its own personality and style. And if the truth be told there quite a bit of healthy rivalry between them. So before you confuse Barcaldine with Boulia, or Blackall with Birdsville we’ve got some pointers for you.Find out more
We’re ready to have a chat, or to give you any info you may need about living in the central west. Either fill in the form below and we’ll be in touch, or give us a call on 0448739759. We’re a laid back bunch and ready for a yarn.