Homes within the nation’s Top 20 school catchment zones have grown more than 25% in value over the past 12 months.
A report from Domain revealed the top 10 primary and top 10 secondary school catchment zones, all with more than 25% house price growth year-on-year.
The 2020 Domain School Zones Report reported house price growth across Aussie capital city school catchment zones, with some areas seeing house price increases by up to 35 per cent. Perth emerged on the top spot for the primary and secondary school catchment zones, with the Como Primary School zone seeing a 36% increase to a median of $901,750, and the Armadale Senior High School zone with an increase of 33% to $325,000.
Dudley Park Primary School and Applecross Senior High School catchment zones in WA also emerged as winners. The report highlighted Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane primary and secondary schools as dominating the remainder of the national top 10 lists.
NSW boasts growth in Newport Public School, Avalon Public School, Epping Boys High School, Colo High School, Willoughby Girls High School and Ryde Secondary College.
In Victoria, house price growth was most apparent around Elwood Primary School, Staughton College, Rosebud Secondary College and Albert Park College.
Meanwhile, Queensland saw the most house price growth around Bald Hills State School, Wynnum West State School, Rainworth State School, Ipswich Central State School and Cannon Hill State School.