Will Queenstown Tasmania be the next boom town or popular town in 2016

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denisew4 Jul 04, 2017
Eric unlikely they don't like to sell houses to outsiders. You need the numbers to build up your town.
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eddieb2
eddieb2 Thats not true
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DavidJ6 2yrs+
NO IT WONT BE. I'm sure a lot of the residents like it the way it is...and if it does change at least wait till I move there ,,,,as long as I can get a nice coffee in the town and maybe a nice inexpensive meal in town ,..somewhere undercover to park my bike ......thanks all ..
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Peter little Oct 04, 2018
When the mine re-opens the town will grow rapidly
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eddieb2 Mar 25, 2018
Yes! I’m not sure who started the rumor that mainlanders can’t buy property here. That’s not true! The median house price went from around $75k to about $130k in the past 2 years. It will no doubt still be a realaxed town, but if you want to make some money there, you sure can. But be quick! Mine reopening by mid 2018 and then it will just go up and up
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denisew4 Jul 04, 2017
Probably not if you are lucky to be able to buy a house. The local realators don't let outsiders in
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KaTra 2yrs+
It certainly looks beautiful. I would love to go on the West Coast Railway to see the beautiful mountains.
www.wcwr.com.au
http://pegsontheline.com/west-coast-wilderness-railway/
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