Bermagui is the hardest suburb in Australia to sell a house, according to CoreLogic RP Data statistics for suburbs that had at least 50 house sales in the year to July 2015.
The NSW coastal town had a time on market of 200 days and a median house price of $375,000.
The town of Nanango, which is 190 kilometres north west of Brisbane, had an average time on market of 185 days and a median house price of $182,000.
Yarrawonga, which lies on the Victorian side of the Murray River, had a time on market of 174 days and a median price of $285,000.
Houses in the Victorian alpine town of Bright sold after 172 days at a median price of $330,000.
The top five was rounded out by Smithton in Tasmania, a town on the north-west coast where it took 170 days to sell a house and the median price was $208,000.
Coonabarabran and Wellington in north-western NSW had an average time on market of 167 days, with the former having a median price of $188,000 and the latter having a median price of $140,000.
The NSW town of Narrandera, which is 240 kilometres west of Canberra, had a time on market of 165 days and a median house price of $150,000.
Moonta Bay, which is 200 kilometres north west of Adelaide, had a time on market of 162 days and a median house price of $280,000.
Houses in the Victorian town of Tatura sold after 161 days at a median price of $237,000.