The Armidale region boasts spectacular waterfalls, gorges, world-heritage national parks, cool-climate vineyards and a fascinating and diverse cultural heritage. Canyoning, mountain biking, birdwatching, trout fishing and other outdoor adventures take on an exciting new dimension up high. You’ll be delighted all over again when you come inside to discover our galleries, museums, fine food and wine. What’s so appealing about Armidale is that it’s a cosmopolitan and sophisticated urban centre located in a picturesque rural setting on the doorstep of some of the most scenic national parks in Australia. This means that it ticks a lot of boxes as a perfect change of scene for jaded city slickers from larger metropolises and anyone seeking a serene but interesting place to unwind.
Armidale’s real estate market continues to perform well despite turmoil in international financial markets in the past decade. The median house sales price in Armidale has more than doubled in the past ten years and now sits well above $300,000. Price growth has steadied since the Global Financial Crisis but still has averaged over 2.9% per annum in recent years.
For more information on the local Armidale region visit www.armidaleregion.com.au