Livingstone QLD

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Targeting locations which will grow in value by understanding what these push and pull factors are, when they will occur and how long they are due to last is what allows us to make assumptions for strong market growth.

Our methodology aligns with a number of different driving factors. Some of these include government funding, economic uplifting projects, infrastructure introduction, flanking market affects and more. However, the underlying factors comes down to a couple of basic principals, supply and demand from population movement and demographic demand.

In proud partnership with Australia's top property economists. We formulate specific data reports based on our client's requirements and the markets we shop in. Our partners have been awarded the Innovation Patent Housing Market Prediction Solution, which predicts housing price changes at suburb level up to ten years into the future.


Livingstone Shire is located in Central Queensland, about 600 kilometres north of the Brisbane CBD, and about 40 kilometres north-east of the Rockhampton CBD. Livingstone Shire is bounded by the South Pacific Ocean in the north-east and east, the Rockhampton Regional Council area in the south, the Central Highlands Regional Council area in the south-west, and the Isaac Regional Council area in the north-west.

Livingstone is home to more than 37,000 residents. The major centres include the coastal towns of Yeppoon and Emu Park, with the smaller settlements of Byfield, Farnborough, Cawarral, Keppel Sands, Glenlee, Glendale, The Caves, Yaamba, Marlborough, Stanage Bay and Ogmore making up Livingstone.

Livingstone Shire includes significant rural and rural-residential areas and growing urban areas. The Shire encompasses a total land area of about 11,800 square kilometres, including national parks, state forests, coastline, islands and beaches. The main urban centre is Yeppoon, with a smaller urban centre at Emu Park. 

Non-Indigenous people are recorded to have lived in what is now known as Livingstone from 1853. Livingstone was first established as a Local Government in 1879, and then amalgamated with three other councils to become Rockhampton Regional Council in 2008. After a deamalgamation process driven by community feedback, Livingstone Shire Council was re-established on 1 January 2014.

Why is this a good option?

Housing Demand study

Livingstone Shire’s new and existing housing market is currently experiencing a significant product shortfall. Increasing house prices, escalating rents and very low rental vacancies are the result. The right local market response is critical.

Community Plan Towards 5050

Livingstone Shire Council has led a whole of community planning process to develop a 30-year vision with clear community priorities for the region.

Economic Profile

Livingstone Shire's economic profile presents economic information that enables you to describe the area's role within the broader economy, explore options for economic development and promote the area's strengths.

Livingstone Shire Council

Livingstone Shire Council encompasses 11,780 square kilometres which is 1.1% of Queensland. Our current population of 36,378 is projected to grow to 62,226 by 2031.

Economically influencing projects

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