CONVEYANCING HUNTER VALLEY KURRI KURRI
KURRI KURRI OVERVIEW
Kurri Kurri is a small town in the Hunter Region of New South Wales, Australia, in the Cessnock LGA. At the 2016 census, its population was 6,044. Kurri Kurri is the largest town in a group of towns and hamlets, including Stanford Merthyr, Pelaw Main, Weston, Abermain and Heddon Greta, called Kurri Kurri – Weston by the ABS. Its estimated population was 17,241 at 2016 census. Kurri Kurri's name comes from the local Awabakal language where it has a meaning similar to "the beginning" or "the first". The town's economy today consists mostly of trades and industry. Kurri Kurri was founded in 1902 to service the local Stanford Merthyr and Pelaw Main collieries and mining communities. The town was named by District Surveyor T. Smith who chose the name because he believed it meant 'hurry along' in a local dialect. The Kurri Kurri Hotel (1904) is one of several built during the era of mining prosperity in the early 20th century. It is an impressive three-story building featuring prominent verandas with cast-iron lacework. The Empire Tavern was also built during this period. Kurri Kurri has numerous small miners' cottages from the same period. A pub-driven event called Mulletfest has been growing in Kurri Kurri for the past few years. The event celebrates the mullet haircut. The event has been well received by locals and attracts attendees from around the country.
KURRI KURRI STATISTICS 2018
The median price for houses in Kurri Kurri is $342,517 and the median price for units is $283,268. House prices in Kurri Kurri have grown by 17.66% in the past 3 years and 2.34% last year. Unit prices in Kurri Kurri have grown by 12.84% in the past 3 years. The average house in Kurri Kurri is rented for $335 per week and returns a rental return of 5.05%. The median weekly rental price on units is $290 and the rental return is 6.16%. Houses in Kurri Kurri take an average of 32 days before selling and the average time for a unit to sell is 49 days. There were 95 houses sold last year (2018) and 26 units sold last year (2018) in Kurri Kurri.
People 6,044 Male 49.1% Female 50.9% Median age 40 Families 1,567
Average children per family
for families with children 1.8
for all families 0.7
All private dwellings 2,594
Average people per household 2.4
Median weekly household income $991
Median monthly mortgage repayments $1,378
Median weekly rent $280 Census 2016
CONVEYANCING | NEWCASTLE | LAKE MACQUARIE | HUNTER VALLEY
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