About Us

Raine & Horne was founded in Sydney in 1883 by Tom Raine and Joseph Mortimer Horne. The Raine family is still actively involved with the company and as such, Raine & Horne is Australia's oldest and largest family owned real estate agency. 

Meet the Team

Raine & Horne, Kingaroy

Raine & Horne, Kingaroy have been established successfully in the Kingaroy since 1984. Our current staff have years of experience and are high performers.

Our Values

Raine & Horne, Kingaroy have a team of handpicked real estate professionals that are passionate about Real Estate. We are proud of what we do. They can assist you to make the right decision weather you are buying, selling or needing somewhere to rent.

Raine & Horne, Kingaroy have in place state-of-the-art technology in order to keep ahead of developing trends in the marketplace.

Why Raine & Horne, Kingaroy

As proud locals, all of our team shares a passion for people, property and the South Burnett area, lending support to our community in many different ways.

With the backing of the respected international Raine & Horne brand on our side, we have both a strong heritage and a firm vision for the future.

Kingaroy Executive Summary

Kingaroy infrastructure and facilities services the area population that amounts in number surpassing 35,000.

Kingaroy is the regional capital and main commercial centre of the South Burnett region of Queensland and is located 200km north-west of Brisbane and 160km north of Toowoomba. Kingaroy is the hub of the South Burnett Regional Shire.

With a heritage strong in agriculture, Kingaroy has developed and matured into a centre that enjoys economic stability heralded from diverse industry such as coal mining, power generation, quarry materials manufacturing, gemstone, cheese and wine, and tourism becoming the core of the economy over the past two decades.

The economic fact of appeal is that Kingaroy has achieved long term gradual economic growth in the long term without a boom-bust cycle.

Kingaroy is located along the Bunya Highway and is essentially accessible for residence from other major towns, and the greater south east with people cashing in and moving to a more affordable and comfortable lifestyle – yet one that can have you in your boat or at the beach within a couple of hours

The main shopping complex boasts Big-W; Woolworths; Best and Less; plus 35 speciality stores. Kingaroy has 3 chemists 7 service stations (discount and 24hr) all fast food outlets including McDonalds, KFC, Subway, red rooster, eagle boys, Aussie Pizza and Hungry Jacks which is also coming.

The main core of Kingaroy’s shopping is in the town centre and covers 4 town blocks.

There is much new activity in the town with new business entering the area including, IGA, Harvey Norman store, and Audi opening in the next few months.

Kingaroy Property Market

The Property Market in Kingaroy and generally in the South Burnett has enjoyed, like most parts of Queensland solid growth over recent years, which has driven positive growth in capital values generally. Kingaroy is seen as the major commercial centre of the region and it draws on people from Nanango, Wondai, Murgon and as far as Gayndah.

The Property market has confronted challenges like other market generally in recent times however, the Kingaroy area has remained quite buoyant to date underpinned by strong population growth in the area.  As with other regional centres, the supply of land for future residential estate development remains tight.  Kingaroy is seen as a safe place to invest.

The Kingaroy housing marketing has remained strong with many first homebuyers taking advantage of a more affordable housing and comfortable lifestyle that Kingaroy offers. Typical houses range from $250,000 and units around $220,000.

Investors have also taken the opportunity to continue to invest in the area as rental investments yield about 5% and residential vacancy rates remaining very low. The region has delivered steady population growth of about 1.5% a year over the last 5 years, against the trend of population decline in many rural areas of Australia. National retails are continuing to establish themselves in the area.

Our Award Winning Team

Jackie Allery - Principal/Licensee & Property Management Ph 0438 182 162

John Allery - Specialising in Rural Sales Ph 0427 376 993

Rod Dionysius - Specialising in Residential Sales ph 0457 685 062

Naomi Huskisson - Specialising in Residental Sales ph 0417 495 956

Vickie Vels - Property Manager

Chloe Dennis - Property Manager

Kim Wharton - Assistant Property Manager

Kaitlyn Buckley - Administration

 

Telephone: (07) 4162 2144

Fax: (07) 4162 3455

Internet: www.rh.com.au/kingaroy

Email: [email protected]

Address: 160 Haly street Kingaroy 4610