Kingscliff is the main town on the Tweed Coast. It appeals to many as it has all the infrastructure that a town needs to function and grow yet it is located on the beach. Kingscliff is the most well known of all the Tweed Coast Seaside towns and is a popular day trip from Brisbane. Along its main street you can sample cuisine from all over the world. Between the cafes and coffee shops are botique gift shops. The local pub has been renovated recently and as well as other clubs include a Surf Club, Bowls Club, and Football Club. Kingscliff has 2 primary schools and one high school, a police station, a library, a fire station and ambulance station. It also has approximately 50 cafes and coffee shops.
Kingscliff also has a lovely creek popular for watersports as well as a surfing beach, cycle paths, kayak and sup hire. Kingscliff has a full range of accommodation options by phoning 0266745888 or visit www.kingscliffholidays.com.au
Kingscliff has a population of 6392 residents, with an average income of $691. The median price for houses is $817,612 and the median price for units is $417,375.
The below facts were taken from Homesales.com.au in February 2017
House prices in Kingscliff have grown by 27.57% in the past 3 years and 1.19% last year. Unit prices in Kingscliff have grown by 16.50% in the past 3 years. The average house in Kingscliff is rented for $758 per week and returns a rental return of 4.65%. The median weekly rental price on units is $485 and the rental return is 4.87%. Houses in Kingscliff take an average of 77 days before selling and the average time for a unit to sell is 105 days. There were 99 houses sold last year and 132 units sold last year in Kingscliff