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Chinchilla is a thriving community that is less than 300 Kilometres from Brisbane and located in the Western Downs region
Chinchilla’s population is just over 6000 residents and is at the heart of what is known as the “Surat Basin”
The Surat Basin is a burgeoning energy province rich in coal seam gas and coal deposits. The abundant natural resources found here have created the birth of major investment projects including the QGC and Origin Energy gas fields, Kogan Creek Power Station, Linc Energy Project, and Surat Basin Rail Joint Venture to name a few
Chinchilla is seen as being at the forefront of continued development now and well into the future. There is both industry and community investment resulting in employment opportunities arising from these projects. The result is continued development of Chinchilla and District now and well into the future
Rail links to port facilities at Brisbane and Gladstone are increasing the industrial potential of the region, further enhancing and diversifying the area’s economy from its staple of agriculture and grazing.
The Cameby Downs coal mine, a 20 minute drive from Chinchilla, with an expected lifetime in excess of 20 years – requiring an additional workforce for its future operation. Workers at this facility are already choosing Chinchilla as the town to house their families based on affordable and quality lifestyle compared to many other towns in the Basin
Chinchilla still has original rural based economy of grain, cattle, cotton, broad acre farming and melons + massive investment into CSG/ LNG and Coal Mining. With the current and future development of power stations plus new and existing economy Chinchilla is evolving into an economic powerhouse within the Surat Basin
Chinchilla remains a charming country town oozing charm and charachter but securely underpined with a strong service and amenities infrastructure
As coal and gas interests continue to develop within the region, significant benefits will flow on to other sectors, particularly education, construction, infrastructure, transport and logistics.
Located on the Warrego Highway and seen as the hub of the region with a renewed sense energy, the town is steadily growing in population and stature which is attributable to a number of factors
Chinchilla is undergoing global investment into major projects, pushing growth in the region. Efficiently driving the balance between agriculture and industry and presenting a multitude of opportunities for investors
There is significant residential and industrial estate development that include a Woolworths Shopping Centre, McDonalds, KFC and other fast food franchises and major investment by large and small businesses
Community spirit is easily observed at any one of the many festivals and combined community activities throughout the year and is known as the “Melon Capital of Australia” attracting thousands of visitors to town boosting the local economy
With a thriving population now over 6,000 Chinchilla offers one state high school, one state primary school, two additional private primary schools and two childcare facilities.
In all, a fantastic place to be and a great atmosphere in which to raise a familyand invest in property
A 3 bedroom home will fetch on average $600 pw
A 4 bed home from $700 pw
There is a growing shortage of dwellings to house a growing population
Investing in property in Chinchilla will produce a Cash Flow Positive investment opportunity for you based on strong rental yields, high demand, low supply and the opportunity of capital growth prospects
Queensland’s Surat Basin is now Australia’s PROPERTY HOTSPOT with the towns of Chinchilla, Miles and Roma all in the top 6 high rental yield postcodes!