Julatten Suburb Snapshot

Julatten is a small rural town located in Far North Queensland, approximately 20 kilometres southwest of Port Douglas. The suburb is known for its lush rainforest, rolling hills, and stunning views of the Great Dividing Range.

LGA & Postcode:
Shire of Mareeba, 4871

154.0 km2 (59.5 sq mi)

Population (census 2016):

Living in Julatten:
The town has a close-knit community feel, with a local primary school, community hall, and a range of small businesses, including cafes, galleries, and farms selling fresh produce.

The climate in Julatten is tropical, with hot and humid summers and mild winters. The area receives an average annual rainfall of around 1,800mm, with most rain falling during the wet season between December and April.

Julatten is located in close proximity to a number of popular tourist destinations, including the Daintree Rainforest, Mossman Gorge, and the Great Barrier Reef. It is also a popular destination for birdwatching, with a number of species of rare and exotic birds found in the area.

Overall, Julatten offers a peaceful and picturesque lifestyle in a stunning natural setting, with easy access to a range of outdoor recreational activities and tourist attractions.

Real estate market statistics:
The predominant age group in Julatten is 50-59 years. Households in Julatten are primarily childless couples and are likely to be repaying $1000 - $1399 per month on mortgage repayments. In general, people in Julatten work in a trades occupation. In 2011, 83.7% of the homes in Julatten were owner-occupied compared with 84.5% in 2016. Currently the median value of houses in the area is $478,861.

(Information retrieved from CoreLogic)