Suburb Spotlight - Bray Park QLD 4500

Suburb Overview

The suburb of Bray Park is located within the Moreton Bay Regional Council. It is located 23 kilometres north of Brisbane's Central Business District and in total occupies an area of 4.5 square kilometres.


Suburb Map

Map of Bray Park
Source: Google Maps

The information that follows has been taken from Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) census data.
The numbers shown in brackets relate to Australia's aggregate data and is therefore a useful comparison.

Suburb Demographics

The suburb of Bray Park has a population of 10 271. The distribution of males compared to females is 49.2% and 50.8% respectively.

The median age of people living in the suburb is 37. This compares with the Australian median age of 38. The largest median age group in Bray Park is between 35-39 years.

Culture & Language Diversity

77.4% of residents in the suburb of Bray Park were born in Australia. This compares with 66.9% of residents Australia-wide. Excluding Australia, the top 3 countries of birth of residents in Bray Park are:

  1. New Zealand 4.5% (2.1%).
  2. England 2.7% (3.6%).
  3. Philippines 1.8% (1.2%).

86.1% of households only speak English at home in Bray Park, compared with 72.0% Australia-wide. The top 3 languages other than English spoken at home in Bray Park include:

  1. Samoan 1.0% (0.2%).
  2. Tagalog 1.0% (0.5%).
  3. Hindi 0.6% (0.8%).

42.3% of residents in Bray Park have no religious affiliations. This compares with 38.4% of Australians. Excluding no religion, the top 3 religious affiliations of residents in Bray Park are:

  1. Catholic 18.7% (20.0%).
  2. Anglican 10.9% (9.8%).
  3. Christian 3.9% (2.7%).

Income

The median household income in Bray Park is $1 736 compared to the Australian median of $1 746.

Family

Family couples with children 45.0% are the dominant family structure in Bray Park, compared with 43.7% Australia-wide. Furthermore, this was followed by family couples without children 34.0% (38.8%), and single-parent families 19.1% (15.9%).

Dwellings

96.8% (72.3%) of dwellings in the suburb of Bray Park are separate houses. Semi-detached, terrace houses, townhouses, flats and apartments only make up 3.2% (26.8%) of other dwellings.

The dominant number of bedrooms per dwelling in Bray Park is 3, with 53.0% (39.0%). This is followed by 4 bedroom dwellings 41.8% (34.8%).

70.1% (66.0%) of dwellings are either owned outright or with a mortgage in the suburb of Bray Park, whilst 28.4% (30.6%) are rented.

41.4% (36.3%) of households have 2 registered motor vehicles. Additionally, 31.8% (36.2%) of households have 1 registered motor vehicle.


Suburb Market Performance

The recent market performance for the most dominant dwelling type, for instance, a 3-bedroom house in the suburb of Bray Park can be seen below.

Suburb Market Performance
Source: https://www.domain.com.au/suburb-profile/bray-park-qld-4500

Gross Rental Yield

The Gross Rental Yield for all houses in Bray Park is currently 3.6%, and for all units is 5.9%.

Gross Rental Yield
Source: https://sqmresearch.com.au/property-rental-yield.php?postcode=4500&t=1

Residential Vacancy Rates

The Residential Vacancy Rate for all property types in the suburb of Bray Park is 0.2%.

Residential Vacancy Rates
Source: https://sqmresearch.com.au/graph_vacancy.php?postcode=4500&t=1

Stock on Market

Total property listings and time on the market for Bray Park can be seen in the chart below.

Stock on Market
Source: https://sqmresearch.com.au/total-property-listings.php?postcode=4500&t=1

To explore the data above in greater detail, feel free to explore the ABS, Domain and SQM Research websites.


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