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Beacon Hill was given the title when the Department of Lands built a trigometric beacon there in 1881.
Most of the houses in the suburb were built in the boom days after World War II, in the 1950s and 1960s. Many of the streets in Beacon Hill are named after notable battles, military men or places where Australian troops served in World War II. These include Owen Stanley Avenue, Kokoda Crescent, Goroka Place and Lae Place.
Currently the median sales price of houses in the area is $1,625,000 (+15.9%)
Source: RpData Mar 2017