Real Estate News & Articles

Brisbane's Old Museum still a stunning monument to Ekka's colourful history

30 Jun2022
As the gates swing open for the 142nd Ekka, the history books show there would be no show without Brisbane's Old Museum. The building, made from 1.3 million red bricks, is bordered by Gregory Terrace and [...] Read More...

Bull sharks are common in the Brisbane River so don't let your dogs go for a swim

29 Jun2022
The Brisbane River, referred to by locals as the "brown snake", has long been known as a home for many creatures great and small. During the warmer months, rumours of fishermen catching metre-long bull shar [...] Read More...

Missing frequent flyer points kickstarts months-long nightmare

28 Jun2022
A Brisbane dad is warning others what to look out for after a cyber criminal stole 288,000 of his hard-earned frequent flyer points, tried to go on a holiday in his name – and then took a further $13,500 [...] Read More...

Under Brisbane lies coal, gold, quartz in small geological pockets

27 Jun2022
Brisbane is famous for a subtropical climate and being one of Australia's most liveable cities, but there is much more going on underneath its streets than most residents might think. Parts of the Queens [...] Read More...

How 226-million-year-old tuff rock formed the foundations of Brisbane

24 Jun2022
While Queenslanders are renowned for being resilient and loyal, the rocks of Brisbane are known for their own unique kind of tuff. The volcanic rock is easily seen at the Kangaroo Point cliffs and is littered [...] Read More...

The Sydney home that earned almost $6000 a day

23 Jun2022
Former recruitment boss Katie Adamo and her husband, prominent dentist Daniel Adamo, are already known for their high-end Mosman real estate, having sold the family home in 2020 for $22 million. But their latest [...] Read More...

Brisbane's nature reserves in good hands with these earnest volunteers

22 Jun2022
It's a Saturday morning on Brisbane's northside and a small group of women are hard at work among the peaceful trees of Chermside Hills Reserve, pulling out invasive weeds by the handful. The [...] Read More...

Australia has lots of ancient volcanoes. But how did they form?

21 Jun2022
If you are heading on a road trip this summer, you might drive past several ancient sentinels of Australia's volcanic past. Many of them, like the Glass House Mountains, are hard to miss. These ancient [...] Read More...

Brisbane's Toombul Shopping Centre retailers have leases terminated by Mirvac after floods

20 Jun2022
Retailers and shoppers have been left devastated by developer Mirvac's cancellation of retail leases after Toombul Shopping Centre was flooded in February.  Business owners have been [...] Read More...

A decade of savings isn’t enough for most first home buyers, as deposits soar out of reach

17 Jun2022
It takes a first home buyer almost 11.5 years to save a 20 per cent deposit for an average priced home. And as of March 2022, the national median dwelling value was estimated to be eight-and-a-half times the [...] Read More...
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