Hamilton Maintains Spot in Queensland’s Million Dollar Club as More Developments Underway

New research from the property research firm Core Logic revealed that the number of million-dollar suburbs in Queensland has doubled over the past 10 years. The state now has 38 suburbs that have a median home value of more than $1 million.

Whilst 50 percent of the suburbs that made it to the list are newcomers, Hamilton remains a mainstay on the list, withstanding the test of time.

Real estate properties continue to bloom, proving that the suburb can offer more. For instance, a regal home on 30 Windemere Road just hit the market for $1.2 million. The property has a room exclusive for wine storage. In fact, it can house an amazing 3,000 bottles of wine inside its wine cellar. The expansive room also has a table for eight for special dinners. Outside, the luxurious house has a champion-sized tennis court, a pool, and its own gym.

Hamilton has been included in what dubbed as the million dollar club since 2007. Based on other developments in the suburb, Hamilton will maintain its position in the years to come.

World’s Longest EV Super Highway Passes Hamilton

The Queensland Government has announced in January that the first phase of the Electric Super Highway has already been completed. The construction is set to become the world’s longest electric supercharger highway in a single state.

With the completion of the first phase, fast-charging stations are now installed in Hamilton, as well as in Bowen, cairns, Carnila, Childers, Gatton, Gold Coast Airport, Mackay, Marlborough, Marybough, Miriam, Vale, Rockhampton, Springfield, Sunshine Coast, Townsville, Toowoomba, and Tully.

The project aims to encourage, support, and accelerate the uptake of electric vehicles in Queensland.

Queensland Electric Super Highway Map Credit: Queensland Government

Kingsford Smith Drive Upgrade – Hamilton

In November 2017, the Brisbane City Council announced that construction is well underway for road upgrades at Kingsford Smith drive. The project shall see more bus stops to accommodate the future increases in bus services along the corridor. It shall transform the routes into one corridor with the Brisbane River as the centrepiece. Overall, the upgrade shall boost business and economic development to help Hamilton adapt to more future developments.

Read more about the project here.