Australia’s hottest suburbs: July 2013

The top 10 nationwide suburbs for the last quarter have been announced. Did your suburb make the list?

At realestate.com.au we see close to 20 million visits every month. This gives us great insight about suburbs people are looking to buy in. Every quarter we take a look at which areas the nation are most in demand, which means it’s also extremely useful information for sellers.


Holland Park has grown in popularity, with the quarterly top sellers’ data revealing it has moved from second to first position since the March data was released. Grange is a newcomer to the list, shooting to second position, while Wilston has retained popularity and position at third in the top ten.

Previously number one, Newmarket has slid down the list slightly to fifth position, but Holland Park West has regained position in the top ten, after failing to appear in the March list.

Andrew Bradley from Place Real Estate says that Holland Park coming in at number one is no surprise. He says that popularity and demand for property in the area has continued to grow over the last three months.

“Holland Park is a growing area that offers buyers a wide range of homes, from smaller properties that appeal to first home buyers, to larger, upmarket homes for families. There is a growing number of cafes and restaurants, terrific schools and professional buildings and developments,” he said.

  1. Holland Park
  2. Grange
  3. Wilston
  4. Paddington
  5. Newmarket
  6. Stafford Heights
  7. Windsor
  8. Mansfield
  9. Holland Park West
  10. Red Hill
Posted by Dianne Deem