Oxenford Real Estate

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Oxenford Queensland, the Suburb

The suburb takes its name from the railway station which in turn was named after William Robert Oxenford, who purchased 160 acres (65 ha) in the Coomera district in 1869 and served for many years in the Coomera Shire Council.


The South Coast railway line was an extension of the Beenleigh railway line to Southport. The line opened on 24 January 1889 with Oxenford railway station originally named 39 Mile Platform because it was 39 miles (63 km) from the terminus at South Brisbane railway station. The station was in use until 30 June 1964 when the line closed. When the modern Gold Coast railway line was built in 1996, the line did not pass-through
Oxenford but through Helensvale to the east and Helensvale railway station is the nearest station to Oxenford. However, the Pacific Motorway roughly follows the route of the old South Coast railway line. 
Work on the road south to Southport was undertaken in 1928.  Oxenford State School opened on 27 January 1987.  Gaven State School opened on 27 January 1995.


The suburb is bordered to the west and north by the Coomera River, to the east by the Pacific Motorway and to the south by Universal Street, Binstead Way, Kopps Road and the Gaven Arterial Road.


The western edge of the suburb is also bordered by the Coomera River, which can only be crossed via the Coomera River causeway.

The neighbourhood of Studio Village is the south of the suburb. It is adjacent to Wet’n’Wild Water World and Warner Bros. Movie World. the subdivision’s name itself was inspired by Movie World. The street names in the subdivision refer to objects or people within Hollywood and film culture.

At the last census (2016) Oxenford had a population of 11,842.


To find out more, please click this link to the Wikipedia page on Oxenford.


Oxenford Statistically Speaking

In the 2016 Census, there were 11,842 people in Oxenford (State Suburbs). Of these 48.5% were male and 51.5% were female. Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people made up 1.7% of the population.

There were 6,322 people who reported being in the labour force in the week before Census night in Oxenford (State Suburbs). Of these 58.3% were employed full time, 30.7% were employed part-time and 6.9% were unemployed.

Of occupied private dwellings in Oxenford, 72.5% were separate houses, 27.0% were semi-detached, row or terrace houses, townhouses etc, 0.4% were flat or apartments. 19.7% were owned outright, 50.0% were owned with a mortgage and 28.3% were rented.

94.9% of private dwellings were occupied and 5.1% were unoccupied, compared to unoccupied of 10.6% for Queensland and 11.2% Nationally. 

The most common ancestries in Oxenford  were English 31.7%, Australian 24.4%, Irish 7.6%, Scottish 7.4% and German 3.6%.

Click here to see more information from the Australian Bureau of Statistics

Suburbs surrounding Oxenford, are Helensvale, Gaven, Upper Coomera, Maudsland, Arundel, Pacific Pines, and close to Parkwood, Hope Island and Coomera

To view specific information on a surrounding suburb, please click the suburb name, Helensvale.

Oxenford Real Estate is in good shape

Median property prices over the last year range from $540,000 for houses to $357,500 for units. If you are looking for an investment property, consider houses in Oxenford rent out for $500 PW with an annual rental yield of 4.8% and units rent for $403 PW with a rental yield of 5.9%. Based on five years of sales, Oxenford has seen a compound growth rate of 2.8% for houses and 3.9% for units.*

Oxenford real estate

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* Information correct as at 7th January 2021, accessed from the public rea website,