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Central Queensland Real Estate Agents

Welcome to the Central 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 all districts of the Central Queensland Region including Rockhampton, Emu Park, Biloela and Gracemere.

To find a First National Central Queensland Real Estate Agent you can use the map below, browse the office locations to the left or select the location you are interested in from the location cloud on the right.

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Central 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 Central Queensland then the Central 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 Central Queensland

Central Queensland is an ambiguous geographical division of Queensland (a state in Australia) that centers on the eastern coast, around the Tropic of Capricorn. Its major regional center is Rockhampton and the Capricorn Coast and the area extends west to the Central Highlands at Emerald, north to Mackay, and south to Gladstone. The region is also known as Capricornia.

Pedantically speaking, Central Queensland isn’t technically the centre of Queensland geographically; Longreach is far more central, even along the coastline, Mackay is a more median distance between Brisbane and Cape York. Economically, while Central Queensland is an important centre of primary industries, the South East corner of Queensland is far more significant. Even so, Central Queensland includes the Bowen Basin which is rich in high quality coking coal, the port of Gladstone produces 40% of the state’s export earnings, Rockhampton is the undisputed beef capital of Australia, and the region produces 50% of the state’s electricity.