According to CoreLogic data, the biggest sale was a Broadbeach Waters waterfront home that changed hands for $3.125 million.
The sale was handled by Eddie Wardale and Josh Longhitano of Kollosche Prestige Agents.
A modern residence tucked in bushland at Bonogin just pipped a Stradbroke Island abode, an apartment in Broadbeach and a designer home in Helensvale to the post for second place.
Selling for $1.285 million, 23 Fowler Crt, Bonogin was marketed by Remax Regency agent Stuart Legg.
The property was described as a “private resort in the bush” and was a design blend of polished concrete, wooden floorboards, and cedar framed glass doors and windows.
The bushland residence’s pool was a standout with the unique design cutting under the house and flowing to a water slide on the other side.
The traditional timber house on South Stradbroke Island, or ‘South Straddie’ if you’re a local, has changed hands for the first time in 55 years, selling for $1.23 million.
The three-bedroom, two-bathroom home on South Esplanade is one of 61 tightly-held freehold properties in South Currigee and faces east to overlook the Broadwater.
The sale was handled by Stephen Cone of LJ Hooker Broadwater.
A luxury Surfers Paradise apartment changed hands for $1.2 million.
Ray White Surfers Paradise handled the sale of 101/1 Oracle Blvd — the Oracle tower apartment featured two bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Rounding out the top five was the sale of a contemporary designer home at Riverlinks Estate in Helensvale for $1.175 million.