Australia’s 10 Richest Postcodes

Ever wondered where the richest people in the country have shacked up? Well wonder no more, because data from the ATO’s 2013 – 14 report has all the statistics you need.

Using data collected from annual tax returns, we can see which suburbs are raking in the most cash. To keep you in a state of suspense, let’s start at number ten.


WA – 6009


Suburbs: Broadway Nedlands, Crawley, Dalkeith, Nedlands, Nedlands DC

Number of individual tax returns: 11,670

Mean taxable income: $133,958


VIC – 3944 


Suburb: Portsea

Number of individual tax returns: 436

Mean taxable income: $141,172


NSW – 2110


Suburbs: Hunters Hill, Woolwich

Number of individual tax returns: 6,025

Mean taxable income: $149,761


NSW – 2063


Suburb: Northbridge

Number of individual tax returns: 4,174

Mean taxable income: $152,050


 WA – 6011


Suburbs: Cottelsoe, Peppermint Grove

Number of individual tax returns: 6,525

Mean taxable income: $152,792


NSW – 2030


Suburbs: Dover Heights, HMAS Watson, Rose Bay North, Vaucluse, Watsons Bay

Number of individual tax returns: 9,642

Mean taxable income: $154,101


NSW – 2023


Suburb: Bellevue Hill

Number of individual tax returns: 7,107

Mean taxable income: $155,172


NSW – 2088


Suburbs: Mosman, Spit Junction

Number of individual tax returns: 19,521

Mean taxable income: $161,579


VIC – 3142


Suburbs: Hawksburn, Toorak

Number of individual tax returns: 10,254

Mean taxable income: $167,407


NSW – 2027


Suburbs: Darling Point, Edgecliff, HMAS Rushcutters, Point Piper

Number of individual tax returns: 6071

Mean taxable income: $200,015

Source: Business Insider