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Property Market Spotlight - Beerwah, Queensland




Located in Queensland's Sunshine Coast hinterland, Beerwah is a charming suburb celebrated for its tranquillity and proximity to the iconic Glass House Mountains. As the largest town in the region, Beerwah strikes a harmonious balance between modern amenities and its agricultural roots. Residents and visitors alike are drawn to its peaceful atmosphere, offering a welcome retreat from urban life.


Surrounded by stunning landscapes, Beerwah is a gateway to outdoor activities, from hiking in the Glass House Mountains National Park to savouring local produce at farmers' markets. This suburb epitomizes the allure of regional Queensland, inviting all to experience the beauty of the Sunshine Coast hinterland.




Ideal Location

Positioned within a short walk to shops, cafes and public transport, proximity to three schools and childcare within 1.5km. With its own developed township, Beerwah has everything you could need, along with medical facilities, cafes, restaurants, sporting facilities, schools and public transport.


Walk

  • 3 minutes to the local bus station

  • 6-7 minutes to Beerwah Marketplace and Village

  • 6-7 minutes to Beerwah train station

  • 8 minutes to Glasshouse Christian College

  • 9 minutes to local childcare

  • 10 minutes to Beerwah State High

  • 19 minutes to Beerwah State School


Train

  • 26 minutes between Beerwah Train Station and Caboolture

  • 50 minutes between Beerwah Train and Chermside


Drive

  • 1 minute to Glasshouse Christian College

  • 6-7 minutes to Beerwah Marketplace and Village

  • 6-7 minutes to Beerwah Train Station

  • 9 minutes to local childcare

  • 3 minutes to Beerwah State High

  • 3 minutes to Beerwah State School

  • 7 minutes to Glasshouse Mountains

  • 6 minutes to Australia Zoo

  • 20 minutes to Melany

  • 52 minutes to Brisbane Airport

  • 32 minutes to Maroochydore Airport

  • 29 minutes to Caloundra King's beach

  • 32 minutes Mooloolaba beach

  • 31 minutes Maroochydore beach

  • 32 minutes to Sunshine Plaza

  • 17 minutes on the train to Caboolture

  • 25 minutes to Morayfield shopping centre

  • 30 minutes to North Lakes



Beerwah Town


Australia Zoo

Suburb Statistics - Beerwah (4519)

Unprecedented demand

The second half of 2020 saw a cultural shift in the way Australians approach a work-life balance, with working from home becoming the new normal during the global coronavirus pandemic.


Specifically in Beerwah, owner-occupiers and investors were seeking a tree change. A wave of those wanting the change has resulted in demand within the suburb increasing rapidly. The vacancy rate in November 2023 for Beerwah was 0.7% (SQM Research).


Upcoming Local Infrastructure

In the region-wide context, the Beerwah - Landsborough LPA provides:

  • Major new community/expansion area (Beerwah East)

  • Regional landscape

  • Rural production

  • Hinterland living, rural and rural residential

  • Tourism (Australia Zoo)

  • Major Infrastructure


Some of the notable projects in the area include:


Beerwah to Maroochydore Rail

Council is planning for the future so the lifestyle and stunning environment we all enjoy can be maintained as we grow.


Between 2016 and 2041 it is projected that the Sunshine Coast population will increase by around 200,000 people and we will need more sustainable transport options. This new infrastructure will enable us to efficiently connect people to jobs, recreation, tourism, services and education.


This planning will also include a review of key road/rail interfaces along the proposed rail corridor including the Kawana Motorway, Mooloolah River Interchange and Buderim Mooloolaba Road interchange.


The department is also planning for the Sunshine Coast Public Transport project. Together these projects will provide a connected public transport network for the southern Sunshine Coast area.



Australia Zoo Tourism Project

The Palaszczuk Government has announced it will partner with Australia Zoo to deliver an $8 million wildlife camping experience on the Sunshine Coast. There are another 4000 jobs on the Sunshine Coast compared to a year ago. We want to create even more jobs. Australia Zoo expects the project will support up to 33 construction jobs and 43 operational jobs. It will also have a flow-on effect to boost the local tourism industry.

Major New Community Expansion Area (Beerwah East)

The new common it’s of Beerwah East is emerging. Once complete, this large, master-planned community will offer a series of well-connected, transit-oriented, walkable and thoughtfully designed neighbourhoods, supported by a railway station and major centre, as well as several smaller-scale centres, and significant industrial areas.

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