The following New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland suburbs recorded the highest and lowest growth in median rent prices May 2017.

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HIGHEST RENTAL GROWTH SUBURBS BY STATE

Rank NSW VIC QLD
1 Bondi Junction $785
(9.03%)
Traralgon $287.50
(8.49%)
Woodridge $300
(13.21%)
2 Merrylands $430
(7.50%)
Port Melbourne $606.70 (8.34%) Surfers Paradise $410 (7.89%)
3 Bankstown $450
(7.14%)
Berwick $420
(7.69%)
North Lakes $425 (3.66%)
4 Liverpool $430
(6.17%)
Preston $420
(7.69%)
Pimpama $420
(2.44%)
5 Penrith $390
(5.41%)
Frankston $332.50
(7.26%)
Southport $397.50
(1.92%)


Source: rent.com.au. Figures for properties leased in the month of May 2017.

Note: Suburbs with less than 30 properties leased in a month excluded from growth ranking.

LOWEST RENTAL GROWTH SUBURBS BY STATE

Rank NSW VIC QLD
1 Manly $700
(-6.67%)
Shepparton $270
(-3.57%)
Labrador $380
(-5.00%)
2 Tamworth $320
(-5.88%)
Wodonga $290
(-3.33%)
Chinchilla $200
(-4.76%)
3 Port Macquarie $400
(-5.88%)
Mornington $400
(-2.44%)
Nundah $385
(-3.75%)
4 Dubbo $330
(-5.71%)
Docklands $540
(-2.40%)
Coomera $410
(-3.53%)
5 Wentworth Point $520 (-5.45%) Werribee $320
(-2.29%)
Coorparoo $350
(-2.10%)

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