Queensland Real Estate Agents

The First National Real Estate Group is one of Australia's largest real estate networks with a with Queensland real estate agents located right throughout the state.

If you are looking to purchase or sell Queensland property then the Queensland Real Estate Agents of the First National Real Estate Group combine local property knowledge and the support systems that only a large national network can provide.

Queensland Real Estate Agents

Welcome to the 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 most of the city and towns of Brisbane. To find a First National Queensland Real Estate Agent you can use the map below,or the menu to the left.

Queensland Real Estate Agents

Queensland Real Estate Agents specialise in a full range of real estate services including houses, units and land and other property for sale and property for rent.

About the State of Queensland

Queensland is a state of Australia, occupying the north-eastern corner of the mainland continent.

It is neighboured by the Northern Territory to the west, New South Wales to the south and South Australia to the south-west. To the east the state of  Queensland is bordered by the Coral Sea and the Pacific Ocean.

Queensland is Australia’s second largest state by area, following Western Australia, and the country’s third most populous after New South Wales and Victoria.

The area was first colonised by Indigenous Australians and Torres Strait Islanders, who arrived between 40 000 and 65000 years ago, according to various dating methods. Later, Queensland was made a British Crown Colony that was separated from New South Wales on 6 June 1859, a date now celebrated annually as Queensland Day.

The area that currently forms Brisbane was originally the Moreton Bay penal colony, intended as a place for recidivist convicts who had offended while serving out their sentences in New South Wales. The state later encouraged free settlement, and today Queensland’s economy is dominated by the agricultural, tourist and natural resource sectors.

The population is concentrated in the south-east corner, which includes the capital Brisbane, Logan City, Ipswich, Toowoomba, and the Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast. Other major regional centres include Cairns, Townsville, Mackay, Rockhampton, Bundaberg, and Mount Isa. Queensland is often nicknamed the Sunshine State, since it enjoys warm weather and a sizable portion of the state is in the tropics.