As New South Wales prepares to head into the polls, where voters live could determine which policies and platforms resonate the most.
With that in mind, an analysis of the latest data shows which NSW can find the most expensive homes.
Not surprisingly, they are concentrated in central Sydney.
Davidson (covering Roseville, Lindfield and St Ives), Pittwater (covering the Northern stretch of Northern Beaches north of Collaroy) and Vaucluse in eastern Sydney all have sub-$2 million homes overall.
Looking at single-family home prices, Vaucluse has the highest at over $5.5 million, followed by North Shore voters at just under $4.2 million.
Vaucluse has some of the most expensive homes in New South Wales. Photo: realestate.com.au/sold
The most expensive voter regionally is Ballina, which includes Byron Bay and its surroundings, with a median sales price of just under $1.3 million over the past year. Wollondilly in Sydney’s Southern Highlands and Keira on the South Coast are other multi-million dollar local voters.
Compared to previous elections, many of the fastest growing voters are concentrated in rural areas. This reflects the strong growth seen in rural areas during the pandemic as the population moved to rural areas. The most powerful voters are Ballina (87.9% price increase compared to last election), Orange (84.6% price increase compared to last election), and Monaro (82.9% increase compared to last election). price increase).
Use the interactive below to see median housing, home and unit prices for all NSW voters and how these medians have changed compared to the last election.