• Suburb spotlight: Morley


    We’re putting the suburb spotlight on Morley, a well-established Perth suburb located just nine kilometres from the CBD.

    Popular with families, the latest Census results reveal 71.6 per cent of all households in the area are occupied by families, followed by single households at 23.3 per cent, with the remaining 5.1 per cent occupied by group households.

    House price

    House prices in Morley have improved in affordability recently, with the median house price for the year to September 2017 coming in at $491,000.

    In the suburb’s lower quartile sector, buyers can purchase a house for around $430,000, while house prices in Morley’s upper quartile sit at $540,000 – just slightly above the Perth median house price.

    Unit price

    Units in Morley are significantly more affordable than houses, with the median unit price coming in at $339,500 for the year to September 2017.

    In the lower quartile sector of Morley's unit market, the median price is $317,000, while the upper quartile median is $375,000.

    Land price

    For those that would prefer to build their dream home, Morley’s median price for vacant land is $287,500, while the lower and upper quartile prices sit at $252,000 and $341,894 respectively.

    Suburbs close to Busselton include Bassendean, Noranda and Bedford.

    For more information, visit the Morley suburb profile.

    Find your dream home in Morley, WA.

    *Median price data for the year to September 2017 is recorded as at 18 December 2017.