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The 15 Richest Suburbs In Australia (Based On The Median Household Income)

From the waterfront mansions of Sydney’s north shore, to the posh community of Melbourne inner-east, CEOWORLD magazine has rounded up the 15 richest suburbs in Australia. It turns out Darwin (includes Litchfield, Palmerston) is the wealthiest suburb in Australia, according to to the CEOWORLD magazine. Darwin clocked in with an average household income of a whopping $60,132.

What are Australia’s suburbs?

To identify the wealthiest suburbs in Australia based on the median household income, CEOWORLD magazine reviewed study from the Australian Bureau of Statistics data by credit rating agency Moody’s Analytics. Canberra was second, followed by Sydney North Shore, Perth inner, and Sydney eastern suburbs.

  1. Darwin (includes Litchfield, Palmerston)
    Median household income: $60,132
  2. Canberra (includes Belconnen, Tuggeranong, Weston Creek, Woden Valley)
    Median household income: $59,439
  3. Sydney North Shore (includes Hornsby, Chatswood, Lane Cove, North Sydney, Mosman)
    Median household income: $58,135
  4. Perth inner (includes Cottesloe, Claremont and the city)
    Median household income: $53,570
  5. Sydney eastern suburbs (includes Bondi, Maroubra, Point Piper, and Little Bay)
    Median household income: %49,663

  6. Sydney inner-west (includes Canada Bay, Leichhardt, Strathfield, Burwood, and Ashfield)
    Median household income: $48,770
  7. Brisbane inner-city (includes South Brisbane, Ascot and Grange)
    Median household income: $47,558
  8. Sydney Sutherland Shire (includes Cronulla, Miranda)
    Median household income: $47,187
  9. Sydney Northern Beaches (includes Manly, Pittwater, Warringah)
    Median household income: $46,977
  10. Sydney city and inner-south (includes Botany, Marrickville, Sydenham)
    Median household income: $46,734
  11. Melbourne inner-east (includes council areas of Booroondara, Manningham, Whitehorse)
    Median household income: $45,498

  12. Perth south-west (includes Fremantle, Cockburn, Kwinana, Melville, and Rockingham)
    Median household income: $45,416
  13. Melbourne inner (includes council areas of Brunswick-Coburg, Darebin, Essendon, Melbourne City, Port Phillip, and Yarra)
    Median household income: $42,859
  14. Sydney north (includes Ryde, Pennant Hills, Epping and Hunters Hill)
    Median household income: $42,322
  15. Sydney north-west (includes Baulkham Hills, Dural and Rouse Hill)
    Median household income: $42,228

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Ryan Miller

Ryan Miller

Global Assignment Editor
Ryan Miller is the Global Assignment Editor at CEOWORLD magazine. He covers anything and everything related to CEOs, CFOs, CIOs, senior management executives, business leaders, and high net worth individuals worldwide, whether lists or lifestyle, business or rankings. During his five-year tenure at CEOWORLD magazine, he has employed his expertise in data science across several roles. Ryan was previously responsible for data modelling and analytics, as well as secondary research, on the CEOWORLD magazine Custom Research team. He can be reached on email ryan-miller@ceoworld.biz. You can follow him on Twitter at @ceoworld.
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