Welcome to the Western Queensland Real Estate Agent Directory for the First National Real Estate Group. First National Real Estate is one of Australia’s largest and most successful real estate groups and the First National member agents cover many of the regions of Western Queensland including Biloela, Charters Towers, Charleville, Chinchilla, Dalby, Goondiwindi, Miles, Roma, Stanthorpe, Toowoomba and Warwick.
To find a First National Western Queensland Real Estate Agent you can use the map below, browse the office locations to the left or select the town or city you are interested in from the location cloud on the right.
Western Queensland Real Estate Agents
The First National Real Estate Group is one of Australia’s largest real estate networks with offices Australia wide including right around the city of Brisbane. If you are looking to purchase or sell property in Western Queensland then the Western Queensland Real Estate Agents belonging to the First National Real Estate Group combine local property knowledge and the support systems that only a large national network can provide.
About the Western Queensland
The South West region, borders the states of New South Wales and South Australia and the Northern Territory and is sparsely populated. It contains the towns of Roma, Cunnamulla and Birdsville. Economic activities include cattle grazing, cotton farming, and natural resource extraction. The Cooper Basin gas field is a major natural gas reserve within the region which provides much of the state’s natural gas.
The North West region is located along the Gulf of Carpentaria coast. The region’s terrain is mostly arid or savannah country. The major city in the region is Mount Isa with a population of approximately 20,000. Other population centres include Burketown, Cloncurry, Doomadgee, Kowanyama, Mornington Island and Normanton. The region has a population of 33,900 or less than 1% of the state’s total.
Outback refers to remote and arid areas of Australia, although the term colloquially can refer to any lands outside of the main urban areas. The term “outback” is generally used to refer to locations that are comparatively more remote than those areas deemed “the bush”.