Real estate in Central & West QLD

Real Estate Agents in Central & West QLD

Central West Queensland is a remote region in the Australian state of Queensland which covers 396 650.2 km². Centred around the Tropic of Capricorn, it is a economically integral area of Queensland home to significant primary industries as well as the coking coal in the Bowen Basin. The region lies to the north of South West Queensland and south of the Gulf Country.

Real estate agent fees in Central & West Queensland

he average real estate agent commission for Central and Western Queensland currently sits at 2.78%, which is slightly above the national average. It's important to keep in mind that a low rate may not take into account marketing and advertising costs, with some agents offering these services at an additional cost to the homeseller. However, it's important to note that it's normal to negotiate real estate fees, particularly when it comes to commission structures. A tiered commission can be an excellent way to incentivise your agent and could result in a better sale price.


Top real estate agents in Central & West Queensland

3750 properties have recently sold in Central and West Queensland, and OpenAgent has analysed each sale to identify the region’s best performing real estate agents. We currently have 497 reviews on 235 real estate agents so you can be informed to the best of your ability when choosing a real estate agent to represent you and your property.

Take a look at Central and Western Queensland's award-winning agents below. As the recipients of OpenAgent’s Home Sellers Choice Awards - they are recognised for their best-in-class customer service and impressive sale results.

Rachel Williams

Reviews in the last 12 months: 2

Rachel Williams - Home Seller Choice Awards Winner

Rachel Williams recently sold a 3 bedroom house at 32A Pratten Street, QLD 4370 Warwick

Marg Whip

Reviews in the last 12 months: 2

Marg Whip - Home Seller Choice Awards Winner

Marg Whip recently sold a 4 bedroom house at 73 Windmill Road, QLD 4413 Chinchilla

Logan Steele

Reviews in the last 12 months: 2

Logan Steele - Home Seller Choice Awards Winner

Logan Steele recently sold a 2 bedroom house at 63 High Street, QLD 4380 Stanthorpe

Jess Luthje

Reviews in the last 12 months: 2

Jess Luthje - Home Seller Choice Awards Winner

Jess Luthje recently sold a 3 bedroom house at 29 Burgess Avenue, QLD 4552 Maleny

Doug Rickert

Reviews in the last 12 months: 2

Doug Rickert - Home Seller Choice Awards Winner

Doug Rickert recently sold a 4 bedroom house at 7 Rose Lea Ct, QLD 4370 Warwick

Robyn Ebdon

Reviews in the last 12 months: 2

Robyn Ebdon - Home Seller Choice Awards Winner

Robyn Ebdon recently sold a 4 bedroom house at 43 Gannon Street, QLD 4521 Mount Mee

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Central & West Queensland property market

Following general Australian property market trends, Central and West Queensland has seen a slight cooling in its housing market, however far less pronounced than more urban areas.

As a general trend, regional Queensland is holding its own, particularly areas such as Warwick and Boonah, which have seen an influx in both population and housing prices. Modest housing prices have allowed first home buyers an available option, and investors have enjoyed low-risk ventures with opportunistic returns.

What's it like living in Central & West Queensland?

Although remote, Central and Western Queensland have a lot to offer. From tight communities to natural beauty, history and even pre-history the region encompasses the eastern extent of the Simpson Desert, Australia's red centre, as well as the Diamantina River, which scales a circular perimeter theorised to be the result of a 300 million-year-old impact crater.

Major towns in the region include Longreach, Blackall, Betoota, Barcaldine and Winton, which packs in a lot of character for a region with a relatively small population. Winton was where the famous Poet Banjo Patterson wrote Waltzing Matilda, with a museum dedicated to him. Another museum exists for Australia's airline Qantas, which was also born in the region, and if that's not enough, Winton is rich in opals and fossils, with the world's only fossilised evidence of a dinosaur stampede.

Another rarity in the ancient land is the presence of coal in the area, which is a significant driver of the local economy. The Central Railway line services the area, running from the coast roughly along the Tropic of Capricorn and transports passengers, livestock, and minerals too and from the nation's centre.