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Nanango Real Estate
59 Drayton Street

Tel:: (07) 4163 1677
Fax:: (07) 4163 1085

Our Area

Collectively, Nanango Real Estate has sold over 2,500 properties in the past 25 years (which amounts to more than $250 million in sales for satisfied clients) We have seen house prices rise from $25,000 to $450,000.

So if you're looking for a property to live in, a rental investment or just good advice on the market, contact us. We don't just work in Nanango - we live in Nanango. Nanango is our town

If you're unfamiliar with Nanango, we're located roughly two and a half hours drive north-west of Brisbane in the South Burnett region of Queensland, Australia.

We are very central being only and hour and a half drive from Gympie and Toowoomba only two hours from the Sunshine Coast and three hours to the Gold Coast. It's a rapidly growing town but is still far less populated (and so far less expensive!) than Brisbane, Toowoomba or the coast. We are a friendly country town with good competitive shops who support our local sporting organizations and we are only 21 klms from Kingaroy which has a busy up to date shopping centre, movie complex and fast food outlets. In Nanango we are still small enough to know our neighbours and have retained our community pride.

Traditionally, the South Burnett has always been an agricultural area but in the eighties following the discovery of coal, the building of the Tarong Power Station put the town on the map, then tourism became popular and as we are the fourth oldest town in Queensland we do have a bit of history here. The new information and energy centre will give you an insite into the history of electricity in the region. Historic Ringsfield House will show you the lifestyle of the rich and famous of the time and its history as a maternity hospital, a womens refuse and now home to the historical society can be . In the mid-1990s the region has also grown to become one of the largest wine producing regions in the State. A great way to spend a weekend is on a wine tour of the region. And over the next few decades it's expected to slowly mature into the Hunter Valley of Queensland.