The Sydney suburb of Luddenham enjoyed the greatest capital gains in the five years to June 2015, according to CoreLogic RP Data.
It now has a median house price of $1.3 million after growing 174.4 per cent during that time.
Yalyalup, which is in the small Western Australian town of Busselton, grew 155.8 per cent and has a median house price of $440,000.
Mulgoa in Sydney grew 153.6 per cent to $1.2 million, Bilinga on the Gold Coast grew 142.9 per cent to $1.1 million and Colebee in Sydney grew 139.1 per cent to $803,000.
Two Perth suburbs placed sixth and seventh for capital gains, with Alkimos up 136.7 per cent to $488,000 and Dayton up 133.5 per cent to $514,000.
The median house price in the Sydney suburb of Mays Hill increased 127.6 per cent to $900,000, while Piara Waters in Perth increased 126.3 per cent to $550,000.
Crace in Canberra was ranked 10th after jumping 121.0 per cent to $700,000.
The final three spots on the list were filled by NSW suburbs.
Austral in Sydney rose 104.2 per cent to $1.7 million, Branxton in the Hunter Valley rose 100.2 per cent to $558,000 and Brewarrina in central NSW rose 100.0 per cent to $90,000.