ImageRENTING on the cheap doesn’t have to mean moving to a suburb no one likes to drive through let alone live in.

Cheapest Units Prices per Week

SUSSEX INLET, NSW — $115

DENILIQUIN, NSW — $130

MILLICENT, SA $130

NEWBOROUGH, VIC — $140

MOE, VIC — $143

STAWELL, VIC — $145

ROKEBY, TAS — $145

LONGFORD, TAS — $148

HADSPEN, TAS — $150

SEYMOUR, VIC — $155

Cheapest House Prices per Week 

QUEENSTOWN, TAS — $143

ROSEBERY, TAS — $150

PETERBOROUGH, SA — $153

WARRACKNABEAL, VIC — $153

GOOMERI, QLD — $185

BLACKALL, QLD — $200

MURGON, QLD — $200

MOUNT BARKER, WA — $220

GREENBUSHES, WA $220

BOYUP BROOK, WA — $230     (per RP Data) 

Per article..Click on to read more….

..http://www.news.com.au/finance/real-estate/where-are-the-cheapest-places-to-rent-in-australia/story-fndbatbk-1226833906956


You might not find yourself lapping up it up in luxury in the middle of the CBD, but for around $250 a week you can rent in some of the most beautiful locations in Australia.

There are 504 suburbs or towns in Australia where the median weekly rent is $250 a week or less, none of them though are in Canberra or the Northern Territory.

The cheapest median rental in Australia is holiday town Sussex Inlet in New South Wales.

The median unit price in the area is only a $115 a week while the median house rent is $308 a week.

According to online property listing site realestate.com.au you’ll have to be quick if you want to move there as there are only eight properties listed for rent.

They range from $220 a week for a one-bedroom, one bathroom unit across the road from the bowling club to $240 a week for a two-bedroom unit in a complex on the waterfront with a tennis court, barbecue area and a swimming pool.

About LifestyleDownUnderAustralia2016

An American living in Australia. Sharing the past, present and future stuff of interest. Some people have dreamed of visiting here and I just want to give them the insight what it is really like living down under. A wonderful place to be.

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