• Suburb spotlight: Dunsborough


    We’re putting the suburb spotlight on Dunsborough, a popular holiday town and residential hub in WA’s thriving South West region.

    For locals and visitors alike, Dunsborough’s charm lies in its relaxed, small-town vibe, that remains close to major hubs, as well a host of local attractions, including wineries and the beach.

    House prices

    If you’re looking to move to Dunsborough or perhaps purchase a holiday home in the area, the median house price is $675,000. House prices have experienced strong growth in Dunsborough recently, with REIWA data showing an annual houses price growth rate of 13.4 per cent.

    At the slightly more affordable end of the market, Dunsborough’s lower quartile house price is $525,000, while at the luxury end of the market, house prices sit at around $850,000.

    Unit prices

    Units, townhouses and villas make up approximately five per cent of Dunsborough’s property landscape. If you’re looking to buy this type of property, the median unit price in Dunsborough is $580,000.

    In the lower quartile section of the suburb’s unit market, the median price is $400,000, while the upper quartile median is $677,500.

    Land prices

    For those that would prefer to build their dream home, Dunsborough’s median price for vacant land is $242,500, with the upper and lower quartile land prices sitting at $340,000 and $200,000 respectively.

    Suburbs close to Busselton include Quindalup, Eagle Bay and Kealy.

    For more information, visit the Dunsborough suburb profile.

    View properties for sale in Dunsborough.

    *Data is for the March 2018 quarter, based on settled sales as at 4 June 2018.