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Real Estate Agents Birdsville

The best Birdsville Real Estate Agents sell properties considerably better than industry average figures, no matter whether it is in Birdsville or the Diamantina area or all of QLD. We detail who these Birdsville agents are in our free report.

Importantly it is the performance of the individual real estate agent rather than the agency used that matters. Vendors should only use those Birdsville agents who routinely deliver superior results for their clients. This is crucial to maximise their chances of securing the best possible price for their Birdsville property.

While we can review agent performance right across the country, we suggest focusing on those individual real estate agents in Birdsville or the 4482 postcode and immediate surrounds.

Request your free report for the individual performance details of real estate agents in Birdsville and the properties they have sold over the last couple of years.

With Birdsville property transactions only occurring on average every 7 years, securing the best Birdsville real estate agent to manage this infrequent transaction is crucial.

Suburb Overview

Birdsville is a small town located in the Channel Country of Central West Queensland, Australia. It is 1590 kilometres west of the state capital, Brisbane, and 720 kilometres south of the city of Mount Isa. Birdsville is on the edge of the Simpson Desert, and the climate is very arid. At the 2011 census, Birdsville had a population of 283.

Birdsville was known as Diamantina Crossing from 1881. Later the name Birdsville was adopted believing to be on account of the prolific bird life in the district. Proclaimed a town in 1887, Birdsville was located at the border of South Australia and Queensland to collect tolls from the droves of cattle being moved interstate.

Many of Australia's pioneering European explorers travelled through the Birdsville district well before the town was gazetted. Monuments to acknowledge the feats of Captain Charles Sturt, Burke & Wills, Madigan and others are located throughout the town.

Birdsville had a population of over 300 at the turn of the twentieth century. It had three hotels, a cordial factory, blacksmith store, market gardens, police and customs facilities but after Federation in 1901, the tolls were abolished and the town fell into decline to about 50 throughout the 1950s. Livestock trade kept the region alive and in recent times tourism has joined cattle as the major industry in the area.

Birdsville is located by the Diamantina River in the Diamantina Shire, which has a population of 326 persons. The Birdsville Track extends 514 kilometres from Marree in South Australia through the Strzelecki Desert before ending at Birdsville.

When proclaimed the town had three hotels, two stores, a customs house for interstate trade, a police station and a large collection of commercial buildings but in 2007 there was just one hotel serving canned or bottled beer, library, visitor information centre, museum and a hospital. Today Birdsville is a popular tourist destination with many people using it as a stopping point across the Simpson Desert. In recent years a number of companies have started operating scenic flights round Lake Eyre departing from Birdsville, such as Birdsville Air Charters and Central Eagle Aviation. It is also known for the annual Birdsville Races, which are held in September each year in aid of the Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia. The tiny town population is augmented by many thousands for the two day event, and hundreds of aircraft fill the town's 1,700 metres airstrip. In 2010 the races were cancelled for the first time in the event's history due to rain.

Birdsville also has an 80 kW geothermal power station, the only one of its type in Australia. Water is extracted from an 80-year-old bore on the Great Artesian Basin at 98

The town is situated near a billabong on which a pontoon was built to facilitate swimming and non-powered boating activities.

The median annual rainfall at Birdsville is 133 mm. The actual amount of rain which falls is highly variable, for example, in 1914 just 14 mm was recorded while 659 mm fell in 1917. Dust storms are most likely during periods of strong wind which typically occur in spring.

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