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ReDIY is helping DIY Sellers and Landlords throughout South Australia to Sell and Rent their properties privately. ReDIY advertises Private Sales and Private Rentals, on Realestate.com.au, Domain.com.au and 8 other dedicated Real Estate sites for a one off low fee until sold or leased. We are here to give you the tools to Do It Yourself. We do not charge any extras, no commission, no let fee, no management fee, just the one low cost, to advertise, your property.

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History of South Australia


The coastline of South Australia was first mapped by Matthew Flinders and Nicolas Baudin in 1802, excepting the inlet later named the Port Adelaide River which was first discovered in 1831 by Captain Collet Barker and later accurately charted in 1836-37 by Colonel William Light, Leader of the South Australian Colonization Commissioners' 'First Expedition' and first Surveyor-General of South Australia.
On 15 August 1834, the British Parliament passed the South Australia Act 1834 (Foundation Act), which empowered His Majesty to erect and establish a province or provinces in southern Australia. The act stated that 802,511 square kilometres would be allotted to the colony and it would be convict-free.

The commencement of colonial government was proclaimed on 28 December 1836, now known as Proclamation Day.

South Australia was the second Australian state to be settled by free colonists, the first being the free Swan River colony in Western Australia, however in 1849 Western Australia was formally constituted as a penal colony. Although South Australia was constituted such that convicts could never be transported to the Province, some emancipated or escaped convicts or expirees made their own way there, both prior to 1836, or later, and may have constituted 1-2% of the early population

The current flag of South Australia was adopted on 13 January 1904, and is a British blue ensign defaced with the state badge. The badge is described as a piping shrike with wings outstretched on a yellow disc. The state badge is believed to have been designed by Robert Craig of Adelaide's School of Design.

The terrain consists largely of arid and semi-arid rangelands, with several low mountain ranges. The most important (but not tallest) is the Mount Lofty-Flinders Ranges system, which extends north about 800 kilometres (500 mi) from Cape Jervis to the northern end of Lake Torrens. The highest point in the state is not in those ranges; Mount Woodroffe, 1,435 metres is in the Musgrave Ranges in the extreme northwest of the state. The south-western portion of the state consists of the sparsely inhabited Nullarbor Plain, fronted by the cliffs of the Great Australian Bight. Features of the coast include Spencer Gulf and the Eyre and Yorke Peninsulas that surround it.

The southern part of the state has a Mediterranean climate, while the rest of the state has either an arid or semi-arid climate.

At the 2016 census the population of South Australia was 1.7 million residents.

Capital City Household Price Performance


Capital City Household Price Performance

Capital City Price Forecast Recent Years


Capital City Price Forecast Recent Years

Why invest and live in South Australia


South Australia is considered to be one of the most affordable states in Australia.

Median House prices in Metropolitan Adelaide in December 2016 was $448,250 compared to December 2017 $465,000. Outside of Adelaide, in the same period, the median house price has fluctuated slightly up and down. At both December 2016 and December 2017, it was at $260,000.

Adelaide has seen a slow and steady growth in value. 2018 is predicted to be the year that prices will increase. Unlike other States it hasn’t had the high peaks but a hike in median prices is predicted by many for 2018.

80% of the population of South Australia live in the Greater Adelaide area. Adelaide remains one of the most liveable cities in the world. Investor purchases in Adelaide remain in the Unit market. The Adelaide Hills area has seen demand higher than supply.

People are wanting to live close to the city. Many of the older homes are being replaced by Unit blocks.

The median rental for a 3 bedroom home is around $340 per week with an average rental yield of just under 5%.

In Adelaide, during March 2018, 1 bed 1 bath units have sold for between $350,000 and $400,000. However, the lowest recorded sale price for March 2018 was $283,000 for a 2 bed 1 bath unit. The highest recorded sale price in Adelaide for March 2018 was $725,000 for a 3 bed, 2bath, 1 car apartment.

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Areas and Towns of South Australia


Things to do in South Australia


Adelaide  - The City of Churches

Adelaide - The City of Churches

Visit many wineries

Visit Many Wineries

Visit the Arts and Culture

Visit the Arts and Culture

Seals on Kangaroo Island

Seals on Kangaroo Island

The Blue Lake

The Blue Lake

Plenty to do on Land or Sea

Plenty to do on Land or Sea

House Styles in South Australia


In 1836, when British colonists first pitched tents at Holdfast Bay, they encountered an ancient housing tradition well adapted to the environment. The whole of South Australia was occupied by Aborigines whose housing varied according to climate and custom. In the wetter coastal districts of Adelaide and the South East housing reflected the local people’s semi-sedentary lives as they moved seasonally between the coast and inland hills. In the South East thatched shelters gave ample protection during summers on the coast but during the cold winters people moved behind the dunes into solid mud or timber structures covered with brush and skins. In the arid interior housing was simpler. On his northern expedition in the 1840s Charles Sturt described a camp of 400 people with well-constructed beehive-shaped shelters made of grass.

From the 1840s South Australian governments funded, built and managed housing for destitute women and aged men, the sick poor, children, prisoners and state employees, including many hundreds of railway workers housed in cottages the length and breadth of the state.

Settler’s Cottages were built by Adelaide’s earliest settlers. The cottages were constructed of local materials such as bark, logs, shingles, clay reinforced with straw, stone, brick or ‘wattle and daub’. The Colonial Cottage was a more substantial construction than the Settler’s Cottage. They were built out of local stone or brick and usually had brick quoins. The Symmetrical Cottage was generally a four roomed dwelling that was symmetrical in design and appearance. The Bay Window Villa added a rounded projection to the plain double front. The Villa has a step in the double front and an extended gable or hipped roof over the step. The Queen Anne has style is often mis-named as art Nouveau in Adelaide. The style incorporated a ‘Louvre roof’, which allowed greater flexibility in altering the roof shape.

Houses of the Queen Anne style often incorporated gables adorned with exposed ‘trusses’, circular bays with conical roofs, turret top entrances and rectangular bay windows. Verandahs were decorated with timber turned posts and wooden trellis, instead of iron posts and frieze work. Many of the Queen Anne homes incorporated stylistic decorative Art Nouveau features. Row Cottages were built to house the less affluent of the time. They are sometimes referred to as ‘Attached Row Houses’ or attached houses.

The first Home Unit was built in 1958. Colonial Style Units were built during the 1960s and 1970s. The first Townhouse was built in 1970-71.

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