Beaudesert is a thriving community!
The data is out – Beaudesert is a thriving community! Every five years the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) conducts the Census, which takes a snapshot of Australia and provides detailed insights into the populations demographic and geographic information. The data has revealed key insights into Beaudesert, check out below some of the findings.
The 2021 Census data revealed a 5.29% population growth in Beaudesert from the 2016 Census. There is no doubt that Beaudesert is a desirable area to live in with great shopping, retail & food precincts, lots of schools, sporting facilities, entertainment & recreational areas and business & employment hubs. This increase in population growth will continue to generate economic growth, support local businesses and help deliver improved infrastructure and facilities.
Beaudesert makes the perfect place for all stages of life. The Census has revealed that many agree there is simply no place better, with a 13.55% increase in total dwellings and 90% of private dwellings occupied. A total of 4,490 people, or 33.1% of those who moved within Australia, moved within the Scenic Rim Region. This data also indicates that people moving to the area are likely to stay a long time, with a 13.8% increase in people aged 60+ and over.
Spring Creek offers homes big enough to store your motorhome, 4WD, caravan or boat! Beaudesert is the gateway to the Scenic Rim, so if you want quick access to beautiful places for short breaks away then Spring Creek is the one for you.
Beaudesert education is booming, with a 26% increase in enrolments for Secondary Education and a 32% increase in people attending Other forms of education. Spring Creek is in great proximity to a variety of schools within Beaudesert. St Mary’s Catholic Primary School is a minute’s drive, or the kids can ride their bicycles. McAuley College and Beaudesert Primary School is just a 2 minute drive, while Beaudesert State High School is 3 minutes drive away.
First Home Buyers
Government Grants and support, such as the First Home Owners’ Grant and HomeBuilder Grant, have allowed more first home buyers to enter the market. Government assistance combined with record low interest rates have made it the perfect environment for buyers to get a step into the property market. According to ABS, this is the largest number of owner occupier first home buyer loan commitments since 2009 (see graph below).
Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics, Lending indicators April 2022