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Green Head Real Estate Agents – Choose The Best

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The best Green Head Real Estate Agents sell properties considerably better than industry average figures, no matter whether it is in Green Head or the Coorow area or all of WA. We detail who these Green Head 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 Green Head agents who routinely deliver superior results for their clients. This is crucial to maximise their chances of securing the best possible price for their Green Head property.

While we can review agent performance right across the country, we suggest focusing on those individual real estate agents in Green Head or the 6514 postcode and immediate surrounds.

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

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

Suburb Overview

Green Head is a small coastal town in the Shire of Coorow. The town is situated between Geraldton and Perth in the Mid West region of Western Australia along the new Indian Ocean Drive. Its beaches and lifestyle provide a relaxed holiday atmosphere as well as the home of a million-dollar rock lobster industry.

It is known that in the 1600s the first known white men to visit the Green Head coast were Dutch sailors sailing to Indonesia for trade. Several Dutch ships were wrecked on the Western Australian reefs, among them the 'Gilt Dragon'. Abraham Leeman and crew from the 'Waeckende Boey', while searching in the ships small boat for survivors of the gilt Dragon, were marooned on Fishermans Island just south of Green Head in 1658. The town was named after nearby headland which was originally named by W. Archdeacon, an Admiralty hydrographic surveyor in 1875. The name is descriptive. Land was set aside for a camping reserve in 1946 and the popularity of the area led to a demand for building blocks in the 1950s. Lots were surveyed in 1959 and gazetted in 1966.

Green Head has two types of accommodation available, being a caravan park and the newly opened Centre Break Beach Stay hotel.

Opened in June 2011, the Centre Break Beach Stay hotel is located less than 50 m away from Dynamite bay. The hotel has a wide variety of rooms, ranging from shared rooms to self contained apartments, as well as a restaurant & bar. The hotel also offers the possibility to rent sandboards and surfboards.

The caravan park offers basic amenities and is located between the jetty and Dynamite Bay.

Situated on a headland, Green Head's bays offer white sandy beaches where one can swim and snorkel, while offshore islands and reefs are perfect for fishing and scuba diving. No matter what your choice of water sports, Green Head will cater for you.

A short boat ride off the Green Head coastline is Fisherman's Island which hosts the largest population of Australian Sea lions in WA and one of the worlds rarest pinnipeds. Numbers fluctuate between 150-250,depending on the breeding cycle. Interaction can be experienced with these inquisitive mammals by a government licensed charter.

GreenHead has numerous vantage points for some great beach fishing. You can expect to catch whiting, herring, taylor, skippy and sometimes cobbler. Two recreational boat ramps service the town one being located near the jetty and the other at South Bay, this ramp is for smaller boats as its in shallow water. A variety of trophy fish can be caught from the boat as well as having access to the local crayfish with your own Cray pots

There is one main paddle out break in Green Head named Pt Louise, this wave is best suited for beginners or malibu riders when the swell is under 2 metres, any bigger than 2 metres creates a more powerful wave which would suit the intermediate to advanced surfer. Green Head almost has limitless options when it comes to exploring off shore reefs for waves but you do need a boat and experience in this sort of venture. Green Head is a well known sailboarding destination along the WA coast thanks to the strong sea breeze that blows from December until February. Although popular amongst the windsurfing community it still remains relatively uncrowded.

Sandboarding is a very exhilarating activity as it gives your whole body a solid workout whilst having fun. there are specific beaches to sandboard on where the sand erosion is not a problem.

The town site of Green Head is surrounded by reserves-national park. Mt Leisure National Park covers 2700 hectares and is world renowned for its diversity of wild flowers. 1200 species have been identified but not surprisingly there are still over 300 species to be identified. The department of environment has improved the infrastructure by installing bitchimized loop for the discovering and viewing of the unique flora and fauna. The best season to see the wildflowers in bloom is from August through until October

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