Home buyers who are looking for houses in Australia can find inexpensive homes in many parts of the country. Some of the cheapest houses for sale are in the states of Victoria, New South Wales, Tasmania, South Australia and Queensland. The median home price in the Latrobe Valley region in Victoria is $162,000 AUD. The town of Moe in Latrobe Valley is 135 kilometers southeast of Melbourne. The city of Ballarat in Victoria has a median home price of just over $250,000. It is 116 kilometers northwest of Melbourne. The median home price in Bendigo in Victoria is about $250,000. Bendigo is 152 kilometers north of Melbourne.
Data and price guides from Cheap Houses Australia’s Website.
Albury-Wodonga is on the border of Victoria and New South Wales. Median home prices in this area are just under $250,000. Albury-Wodonga is 325 kilometers northeast of Melbourne and 587 kilometers southwest of the New South Wales capital of Sydney. Lawson and Katoomba in the Blue Mountains in New South Wales have median home prices under $320,000. The median home price is $219,975 in Lawson and $319,000 in Katoomba. Lawson is 88 kilometers west of Sydney, and Katoomba is 102 kilometers west of Sydney.
The Burnie-Devonport area is in the northwest section of the island state of Tasmania. The median price of homes here is approximately $250,000.
Prospective home buyers who want to live in big cities will be happy to learn they can find homes in the middle rings of Adelaide and Brisbane for under $350,000. Adelaide is in South Australia. Brisbane is in Queensland and so is the town of Toowoomba where the median home price is about $330,000. Toowoomba is 127 kilometers west of Brisbane.