Black Mountain Suburb Profile

Black Mountain is a small rural residential locality which was officially named on the 5th June 1998 after one of the prominent features of the area – the high point upon which sits several communication towers which service the Noosa Hinterland. The size of Black Mountain is approximately 32.6km2 and the suburb has nine parks which cover nearly 8.8% of that total area! Black Mountain is situated 20kms from Noosa and 130kms from Brisbane. Attractions include bushwalks throughout the various parks and reconnecting with nature. For more information about what to do in and around Black Mountain, click here.


Suburb Demographics / Information:

Population: 1426

Average Age of Residents: 50-59

Council: Noosa Shire Council

Property Composition: 88% of the properties within Black Mountain are owned, while 12% are rented.

Resident Composition: Black Mountain’s residents are primarily composed of established couples and younger families (25.9%), older couples and families (20.6%) and elderly couples (10.2%). To see a full breakdown of Black Mountain’s composition, click here.

Schools: Black Mountain falls in the school catchment zones for Pomona State School, Cooroy State School and Noosa District State High School. Black Mountain is also conveniently located near the independent Noosa Christian College.

Median Property Price to Buy: $660,000.00

Median Property Price to Rent: $545.00p/w


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