Five coastal regional towns under $500k

Five coastal regional towns under $500k

Five coastal regional towns under $500k

A father is teaching his young son how to fish off a remote beach.

It is no surprise that an increased amount of people from around the country and even world are considering purchasing a slice of property in Western Australia’s regions. We have the most affordable house prices in the country, our lifestyle is relaxed, and not to mention the stunning landscapes that make our state so iconic. 

Whilst we expect the regional property market in WA to be strong for a while yet, now is a better time than any to consider a seachange, with plenty of affordable options still to be had. 

Get the suitcase ready, here are five coastal regional towns with median house prices under $500k.

1. Esperance 

With a coastline that boasts some of the Australia’s most beautiful beaches, it is hard to believe that you can purchase a slice of heaven in Esperance for a median house price of just $387,500.

The town is driven by tourism, agriculture, and fishing and with Australia's whitest sands, vivid, turquoise waters and a seascape strewn with rocky islands makes Esperance one of the most visually captivating places in the country. 

Esperance, Western Australia

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2. Kalbarri 

With a median house price of $375,000, Kalbarri is a beacon town for regional beauty and would make a great place to live for anyone wanting a lifestyle change, with the coastline to countryside at your fingertips.  
With more than 183,000 hectares of national park and miles of ocean to explore, Kalbarri is a drawcard for outdoor and watersport enthusiasts. A six-and-a-half-hour drive north from Perth, you will go from city life to towering coastal cliffs, sprawling national parks and sky-high views of the rugged outback.  

A view of the gorges and cliffes in Kalbarri.
Kalbarri, Western Australia

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3. Denmark 

Denmark offers the similar laidback lifestyle to that of Dunsborough and Margaret River, but without the $1 million price tag. The charming town is increasingly becoming noticed for its striking natural backdrop of native woodland, green farmland and the rugged south coast. Known for its wineries, swimming spots and national parks, Denmark residents are well serviced with amenities.  

You could be part of Demark’s tight-knit community and live the easy life for a median house price of $476,250. 

A view of a blue water lagoon with rocks that extend out to the ocean.
Denmark, Western Australia

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4. Jurien Bay  

Imagine your weekends consisting of swimming with sealions, sky-diving, fishing or exploring the many different walking trails that Jurien Bay has to offer. With a median house price of $413,000 you will be wishing you moved there sooner! But, it is still a good time to consider the move if you are chasing the chilled-out, coastal lifestyle.

Jurien Bay is also home to a new skate park and youth precinct with a redeveloped foreshore pavilion and café set to open later this year. 

A view of a beach at sunset time with an old jetty leading into the water.
Jurien Bay, Western Australia

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5. Geraldton 

The only city on the Coral Coast, Geraldton has established itself as a contemporary coastal hub of cafes, shops, street art and galleries. Just a 4.5-hour drive north of Perth, Geraldton has transformed into a bustling hub of culture and history over the years.

Geraldtons’s natural beauty including beautiful beaches, diving atolls and pink lakes can all be your backyard for a median house price of $375,000.   

A jetty that comes off a beach into blue calm ocean.
Geraldton, Western Australia

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More information 

Read our regional WA media release for the March 2022 quarter. 

*Median house prices are for the March 2022 quarter. 

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