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Austinville Suburb Profile
4213 QLD
Austinville Suburb Overview
Austinville spans an area of around 20 kilometres. It is located in the Gold Coast Hinterland, nestled between Mudgeeraba and Springbrook. The valley of Austinville consists of Mudgeeraba Creek, while the majestic Nimmel Range stands tall in the distance. There are stretches of rainforest in this region, with protected areas to the south falling within Springbrook National Park. The history of Austinville dates to 1934, when it was established as a banana plantation, making it one of the suburbs on the Gold Coast. The suburb derived its name from William Henry Austin, who served as Under Secretary for Labour at that time and played a role in promoting plantations across Queensland. The construction of 50 modest homes coincided with the block division of the land. Alongside these dwellings flowed Mudgeeraba Creek along the valley floor, while on its side loomed the Nimmel Range. However, this settlement's existence was short-lived, as by 1939—within five years—most families had departed from this area. Over time, the rainforest has gradually reclaimed much of what used to be banana farms, leaving Austinville surrounded by conservation areas.
346

Population

40 to 59

Average Age

70

Owner %

49

Family %

Median Property Prices In Austinville
Check out the median property prices for both houses and units in Austinville, QLD. Hover over items to transition between purchase and rental prices.

Buy

$550,000

House Price

Buy

$317,000

Unit Price

Buy

$550,000

Rent

$468 PW

House Price

Buy

$317,000

Rent

$378 PW

Unit Price

Demographics & Lifestyle of Austinville
The lifestyle and feeling of a suburb is often influenced by the people and places. Find out more about the demographics of Austinville.

Demographics

According to the 2021 census, the population of Austinville stood at 403 individuals. It’s made up of 50.1% females and 49.9% males. The median, or average, age is 43 years old. Around 81.4% of the people residing in Austinville were born in Australia, followed by 4.0% from New Zealand, 3.2% from England, and a smaller percentage from Germany (1.5%), the United States of America (1.4%), Switzerland (1.4%), and the Philippines (1.4%). In terms of status, half (50.9%) are married, while around one third (32.8%) have never been married, and a smaller percentage are divorced (7.2%) or separated (3.9%). Looking at employment statistics for those over the age of 15 who consider themselves part of the labour force in Austinville, 59.9% areemployed ftime, time while another significant portion (43.7%) work part time, resulting in an unemployment rate of around 5%. The primary occupations among residents in Austinville include technicians and trades workers (20%), professionals (15%), clerical and administrative workers (13%), sales workers (8%), community and personal service workers (7%), managers (18%), machinery operators and drivers (6%), and labourers (12%).

Transport

Austinville, located 80 kilometres from Brisbane, falls under the district of Wright. Within a radius of 100 kilometres, or 62 miles, from the heart of Austinville, there are around 960 places, including cities, towns, and hamlets. One of the places nearer to Austinville is Neranwood.

Education

Kings Christian College provides high-quality education across three vibrant campuses in Reedy Creek, Pimpama, and Logan Village. Kings Early Learning Centres provides kindergarten classes for children aged two and a half to three years old and delivers a government-approved Kindergarten programme for preschool children during the year prior to commencing school. The Pre-Prep classes are specifically tailored to equip children with the skills for entry into Prep at Kings Christian College.

Amenities

Mudgeeraba Market Shopping Centre offers a range of shopping options, including Woolworths, Australia Post, Helloworld, Mudgeeraba Butchery, Flowers of Paradise, and the NOW Fresh Market. It's your one-stop destination for all your shopping needs. Located in the Gold Coast suburb of Mudgeeraba, this local organic food market brings a touch of country charm to your shopping experience. There are also other amenities nearby, like Barbosa Fine Food Deli, Robina Town Centre, and Ming Mei Asian Supermarket in Robina.