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2016.3 - Census of Population and Housing: Selected Characteristics for Urban Centres and Localities, Queensland, 1996  
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QUEENSLAND




PREFACE

This document contains data from the 1996 Census of Population and Housing, and describes the characteristics of people in Queensland and their housing arrangements. It is just a sample of what is available in the publication series Census of Population and Housing: Selected Characteristics for Urban Centres and Localities (Cat nos 2016.0-7), available for each State and Territory, and nationally.

The data presented in this document relate to where people were counted on census night, and therefore data for each geographical area includes visitors to that area but exclude those people who were away on census night. The document uses both the Urban Centre/Locality (UC/L) and the Section of State (SOS) geographic classifications which classify areas according to size of the population. Whilst the UC/L classification covers only part of the State or Territory, the SOS classification covers the State or Territory in its entirety.

This document presents only a selection of data from the full range of census variables. For further information about other census or Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) data refer to the Directory of Census Statistics, 1996 or elsewhere on this site. Concepts and definitions used in this document, including UC/L and SOS, are explained in the Explanatory Notes and more detailed information is available in the Census Dictionary, 1996 (Cat. no. 2901.0)

The ABS draws extensively on information provided freely by individuals, businesses, governments and other organisations. Their continued cooperation is very much appreciated: without it, the wide range of statistics published by the ABS would not be available. Information received by the ABS is treated in strict confidence as required by the Census and Statistics Act 1905.

B. Doyle
Regional Director



SUMMARY OF FINDINGS


          POPULATION AND HOUSEHOLD CHARACTERISTICS
    POPULATION DISTRIBUTION
        Since 1991, there had been a 13.1% increase in the number of people counted in the Census (3,368,850) in Queensland. Almost half (49.7%) were counted in the Major Urban area and a further 31.0% were in the Other Urban area. The remainder were in rural areas (3.1% in the Bounded Locality and 16.1% in the Rural Balance).

        Of the 348 UC/Ls, the largest were Brisbane (1,291,117), Gold Coast-Tweed Heads (Gold Coast Part) (hereafter Gold Coast) (274,157) and Townsville-Thuringowa (109,914).

    SEX
        In 1996, there were more females (50.3%) counted than males (49.7%). While the proportion of females was highest in the Major Urban area (51.1%), the proportion of males was highest in the Rural Balance (52.3%). These levels were similar to those of 1991.

        Males outnumbered females in the majority (54%) of UC/Ls, particularly in Mungindi (Qld Part) (L) (hereafter Mungindi (L) (61.9%) on the NSW border, and Bluff (L) (59.4%) and Duaringa (L) (59.1%) near Blackwater. Localities which recorded the highest proportions of females were Herberton (58.9%) on the Atherton Tableland, Arcadia Bay (54.7%) on Magnetic Island and Mount Larcom (54.5%) near Gladstone.

    AGE
        The population in the State is aging. In 1996, the median age for Queensland was 33 years, compared with 32 years in 1991. The proportion of people aged 65 years or more also increased from 11.6% in 1991 to 12.0% in 1996.

        In 1996, the proportion of people in the Rural Balance aged 65 years or more (8.1%) was considerably lower than in the rest of the State (13.6% in Bounded Locality, 13.5% in Other Urban and 12.3% in Major Urban). On the other hand, the Rural Balance recorded the highest proportion of children (aged 0-14 years), with 25.0%.

        At the UC/L level, the highest percentages of people aged 65 years or more were recorded in the coastal areas of Burrum Heads (L) (43.5%), Trebonne (L) (36.3%) and Seaforth (L) (35.1%) and Willows Gemfields (L) (36.7%) west of Emerald. The highest proportions of children were recorded in the Indigenous communities of New Mapoon (L) (43.1%) and Umagico (L) (42.4%) both at the tip of Cape York Peninsula, Dajarra (L) (46.3%) south of Mount Isa and Woorabinda (41.0%).

    BIRTHPLACE
    Australian-born
        Over three-quarters (78.4%) of those counted in the Census in Queensland were Australian-born, a slight decrease since 1991 (80.6%). The Major Urban area recorded a lower percentage than that for the State in both 1996 and 1991 (74.4% and 76.6% respectively).

        Indigenous communities recorded the highest percentages of Australian-born people, shown by the far north communities of Wujal Wujal (L) (100%), Hope Vale (L) (99.7%), Injinoo (Cowal Creek) (L) (99.7%), Umagico (L) (99.6%), and Napranum (Weipa South) (L) (99.1%).

    Overseas-born
        Of the people counted in Queensland, 8.6% stated that they had been born in the United Kingdom (UK), Ireland or New Zealand (NZ), a decrease since 1991 (8.9%). The Major Urban area recorded a higher proportion of people born in these countries than the State as a whole (10.1% in 1996 and 10.6% in 1991). High proportions were also recorded in several UC/Ls of south-eastern Queensland, ranging from 15.3% in Hope Island (L) to 17.2% in Helensvale.

        People born overseas in countries other than UK, Ireland or NZ accounted for 7.9% of the Queensland population, which was similar to the 1991 figure of 7.4%. The Major Urban area recorded the highest proportion of people born in these countries with 10.6% (9.7% in 1991). Likewise at the UC/L level, high proportions were noted in the Localities of Trebonne (28.3%) near Ingham, Dimbulah (21.4%) near Mareeba and Kooralbyn (19.2%) south-west of Beaudesert.

    INDIGENOUS ORIGIN
        The number of people who reported being of Indigenous origin increased by 36.3% between 1991 and 1996, from 70,102 to 95,518. As a proportion of the Queensland population, this represented an increase, from 2.4% to 2.8%. The proportion of Indigenous people was lowest in the Major Urban area (1.6% in 1996 and 1.1% in 1991).

        Apart from Cherbourg (96.7%), UC/Ls in the north of the State recorded the highest proportions of Indigenous people: Wujal Wujal (L) (95.6%), Yarrabah, Injinoo (Cowal Creek) (L) and Hope Vale (L) (each 95.0%). However, in the majority of UC/Ls (211 out of 348) the proportion was less than that of Queensland overall (2.8%).

    LONE PERSON HOUSEHOLDS
        In 1996 there were 248,336 lone person households in Queensland, an increase of 36.2% over 1991 (182,389). Most of this change occurred in the Major Urban and Other Urban areas (increases of 35,745 and 23,535 households respectively). Lone person households, as a proportion of all households in private dwellings, ranged from 14.1% in the Rural Balance to 22.0% in the Major Urban area.

        At the UC/L level, the highest percentages were recorded in the Localities of Picnic Bay (37.6%) on Magnetic Island, Pentland ( 34.7%), Malanda and Springsure (both 33.3%).

    FAMILIES WITH DEPENDENT CHILDREN
        About half (50.6%) of all family households had dependent children (53.2% in 1991). Family households with dependent children had increased by 9.0% since 1991, from 390,871 to 426,025. The majority of this increase occurred in the urban areas, while the Bounded Locality recorded a decrease. The percentages of family households with dependent children ranged from 49.3% in the Bounded Locality to 52.6% in the Rural Balance.

        Very high percentages of family households with dependent children were recorded in the Localities of New Mapoon (89.5%), Lockhart River (86.7%), Doomadgee (86.2%) and Mungindi (Qld Part) (82.4%).

          LABOUR FORCE CHARACTERISTICS (For persons aged 15 years and over)
    EMPLOYED
        In 1996 there were 1,420,668 employed people in Queensland compared with 1,222,133 in 1991, representing an increase of 16.2%. Just over half of these were enumerated in the Major Urban area (51.9% in 1996 and 51.4% in 1991).

        Urban Centres with the largest numbers of employed people were Brisbane (582,171),
        Gold Coast (106,433), Townsville-Thuringowa (48,796), Cairns (41,113) and Toowoomba (33,395).

    Full-time employment
        Of the 1,420,668 employed people in Queensland, 962,011 (67.7%) worked full-time. This was an increase of 13.4% over 1991 (848,257). About two-thirds (66.4%) of the full-time workers were male, which was similar to the situation in 1991 (67.8%). The percentage of male full-time workers was highest in the Bounded Locality (70.5%).

        UC/Ls, which recorded the highest percentages of male full-time employees, were Bluff (L) (90.7%), Middlemount (86.1%) and Tieri (85.9%), all inland from Yeppoon, and Pentland (L) (89.1%), south-west of Charters Towers. High percentages of female full-time employees were recorded in Hamilton Island (43.3%), Thursday Island and Craiglie (both 43.2%).

    Part-time employment
        In 1996, 427,793 people were employed part-time. This was an increase of 37.1% since 1991 (312,043). Unlike their full-time counterparts, the majority (66.9%) of part-time workers were female (68.2% in 1991). The highest proportion of female part-time workers was recorded in the Other Urban area (67.6%).

        Localities which recorded the highest percentages of female part-time employees were mainly in the south of the State: Bell (100%) and Cecil Plains (88.0%), near Dalby, and Thargomindah (84.2%), in Bulloo Shire. Johnstone South (L) (84.9%), near Innisfail, also recorded a high percentage of female part-time employees. The highest rates for males were recorded in Doomadgee (L) (75.5%), in the far north-west, and the island Locality of St Pauls (73.7%), in Torres Local Government Area.

    Occupation
        In 1996, almost a quarter (23.9%) of employed people were Managers and administrators or Professionals, compared with 22.5% in 1991. In both 1996 and 1991 the Rural Balance recorded the highest percentages in these occupations (31.0% and 31.9% respectively), although it should be noted that Managers and administrators included farm managers.

        UC/Ls with the highest percentages were Blue Mountain Heights (L) (49.2%) near Toowoomba and Mount Nebo (L) (46.7%) north-west of Brisbane.

        Labourers and related workers accounted for a further 9.8% of employed people, down from 10.6% in 1991. The Bounded Locality recorded the highest percentages in this occupation group (16.8% in 1996 and 15.8% in 1991). High percentages were also recorded in the northern Indigenous communities of Wujal Wujal (L), (66.4%), Kowanyama (L) (64.4%), Aurukun (L) (58.8%) and Palm Islands (57.5%).

    Industry
        Just over one-third of employed people (34.0%) worked in the industries of Manufacturing, Retail trade or Health and community services, the top three employing industries for the State (32.5% in 1991). In both censuses, the percentages for these industries in the Major Urban area were higher than for the other area types (35.5% in 1996 and 34.8% in 1991).

        UC/Ls with the highest levels in these industries were the Indigenous communities of Wujal
        Wujal (L) (97.7%), Umagico (L) (94.0%), Injinoo (Cowal Creek) (L) (87.6%), Cherbourg (84.2%) and Lockhart River (L) (83.4%). The overwhelming majority of these were employed in Health and community services.

    Private Sector
        The proportion of people employed in the Queensland private sector increased between 1991 (73.3%) and 1996 (79.0%). The Rural Balance percentage was higher than for the other regional groupings (82.2% in 1996 and 78.3% in 1991).

        In all except 30 UC/Ls, the majority of employed people worked in private enterprise. Tieri (92.2%) and Kooralbyn (L) (90.3%), along with the coastal areas of Hamilton Island (95.9%), Hope Island (L) (94.4%), Craiglie (92.9%) and Santa Barbara (90.8%) recorded the highest percentages.

    UNEMPLOYED
        In 1996, there were 151,717 unemployed people in Queensland compared with 156,334 in 1991 - a decrease of 3.0%. The overall unemployment rate was 9.6% (11.3% in 1991), while the rate for people aged 15-24 years was 16.4% (18.7% in 1991). Both rates were highest in the Other Urban area (10.7% and 18.0% respectively).

        UC/Ls which recorded comparatively high unemployment rates and numbers of people were the Indigenous community of Woorabinda (46.7% and 161) and Mudjimba (23.2% and 419). Those which recorded high rates and numbers for people aged 15-24 years, were Coolum Beach (32.0% and 159) and Bongaree (31.3% and 156), both on the coast north of Brisbane.

          OCCUPIED PRIVATE DWELLINGS
    TENURE TYPE
        In 1996, there were 611,460 occupied private dwellings in the Major Urban area, accounting for 50.8% of the occupied private dwellings in the State. A further 375,387 were located in the Other Urban area (31.2%), with 37,439 in the Bounded Locality (3.1%) and 179,786 in the Rural Balance (14.9%).
    Fully owned
        About two-fifths of the occupied private dwellings counted in Queensland were fully owned by their occupants (38.7% in 1996 and 40.7% in 1991). In both 1996 (46.8%) and 1991 (47.9%) the Rural Balance recorded the highest ownership levels.

        In 23.0% of the UC/Ls, the majority of the occupied private dwellings were fully owned. Two Localities near Emerald recorded the highest rates of home ownership: Willows Gemfields (71.5%) and Rubyvale (69.3%).

    Being purchased
        In 1996, almost one-quarter (24.8%) of the occupied private dwellings in Queensland were being purchased by their occupants, a slight increase over 1991 (23.9%). The Rural Balance (28.3%) and the Major Urban area (25.8%) recorded higher percentages than the State as a whole.

        High levels of homes being purchased were recorded in the UC/Ls of Bohle Plains (L) (61.0%) and Alice River (59.5%), in the Townsville hinterland, and Wyreema (L) (60.0%) and Kingsthorpe (58.4%), near Toowoomba.

    Rented
        In 1996, 31.8% of the occupied private dwellings in the State were being rented, compared with 28.5% in 1991. The Other Urban area recorded the highest percentage of homes being rented in both 1996 (35.8%) and 1991 (33.0%).

        Extremely high percentages were recorded in the coal mining centres of Middlemount (96.9%), Glenden (95.9%) and Tieri (93.0%), the Indigenous community of Cherbourg (96.2%) and Weipa (94.9%) which is associated with bauxite mining.

    HOUSEHOLD INCOME
        The median household income in 1996 of $618 per week showed an increase of 17.3% over 1991 ($527). In 1996, the State median was exceeded by that of the Major Urban area ($658), which was also the case in 1991 ($565).

        Urban Centres in the coal mining belt of the Bowen Basin recorded the highest median household incomes: Moranbah ($2,000), Dysart ($1,708), Tieri ($1,348), Middlemount ($1,231) and Glenden ($1,203). The lowest were recorded in the Localities of Pentland ($235) and Willows Gemfields ($250).

    HOUSING LOAN REPAYMENTS
        Between 1991 and 1996, there was a substantial increase (47.3%) in the median housing loan repayment for the State, from $543 to $800 per month. Across the State, the highest median housing loan repayment was recorded for the Major Urban area ($850).

        Comparatively high median housing loan repayments were recorded in the island or coastal UC/Ls of Hamilton Island ($1,137), Craiglie, Eimeo (both $1,083), Hope Island (L) ($1,042), Santa Barbara and Smithfield Heights (both $1,029).

    RENT PAYMENTS
        The median weekly rent payment for Queensland of $125 in 1996 represented an increase of 17.9% on the 1991 figure of $106. The 1996 median rent recorded for the Major Urban area ($140) was higher than that for the State as a whole, which was also the case in 1991 ($124).

        Hamilton Island ($270) and the coastal UC/Ls of Arcadia Bay (L), Hope Island (L), Craiglie, Port Douglas and Santa Barbara (each $200) recorded the highest median weekly rent payments.

Dwelling Characteristics
Section of State
Fully owned
Being purchased (including rent/buy)
Rented (includes rent free)
Other (includes
not stated)
Total occupied
private dwellings
Median housingl
loan repayment
Median rent
Median house-
hold income
Unoccupied private dwellings
Non- private dwellings
Total dwellings
    Section of State
no
no
no
no
no
$ monthly
$ weekly
$ weekly
no
no
no
    1996
    Qld Major Urban
224,194
157,659
202,712
26,895
611,460
850
140
658
49,853
1,365
662,678
    Qld Other Urban
140,435
82,263
134,383
18,306
375,387
750
120
569
41,099
1,869
418,355
    Qld Bounded Locality
16,596
7,577
11,085
2,181
37,439
650
80
493
6,529
303
44,271
    Qld Rural Balance
84,177
50,813
34,219
10,577
179,786
800
85
608
24,006
701
204,493
    Qld Migratory
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
    Total
465,402
298,312
382,399
57,959
1,204,072
800
125
618
121,487
4,238
1,329,797
    1991
    Qld Major Urban
198,753
134,216
153,005
28,688
514,662
565
124
565
40,342
1,304
556,308
    Qld Other Urban
122,222
63,237
101,101
19,497
306,057
503
94
488
31,156
1,713
338,926
    Qld Bounded Locality
17,856
7,659
11,016
3,596
40,127
463
70
435
6,529
318
46,974
    Qld Rural Balance
75,147
38,412
24,808
18,587
156,954
567
75
509
20,987
763
178,704
    Qld Migratory
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
32
    Total
413,978
243,524
289,930
70,368
1,017,800
543
106
527
99,014
4,101
1,120,944

Urban Centres and Localities, Ranked by Total Number of Persons

Rank
    Urban Centre/Locality
Persons
Rank
    Urban Centre/Locality
Persons
1
    Brisbane
1,291,117
175
    Toogoolawah (L)
868
2
    Gold Coast-Tweed Heads
    (GoldCoast Part)
274,157
176
    Ravenshoe (L)
867
3
    Townsville-Thuringowa
109,914
177
    Malanda (L)
861
4
    Cairns
92,273
178
    Tara (L)
856
5
    Toowoomba
83,350
179
    Mooloolah (L)
855
6
    Rockhampton
57,770
180
    Allora (L)
851
7
    Mackay
44,880
181
    Kurrimine (L)
840
8
    Bundaberg
41,025
182
    Burrum Heads (L)
834
9
    Maroochydore-Mooloolaba
36,406
183
    Rainbow Beach (L)
834
10
    Hervey Bay
32,054
184
    Clifton (L)
833
11
    Caloundra
28,329
185
    Killarney (L)
832
12
    Gladstone
26,415
186
    Tolga (L)
821
13
    Tewantin-Noosa
26,053
187
    Yarraman (L)
820
14
    Mount Isa
21,751
188
    Blacks Beach (L)
820
15
    Maryborough
21,286
189
    Mission Beach South (L)
803
16
    Caboolture
17,571
190
    Withcott (L)
799
17
    Kawana Waters
16,264
191
    Woombye (L)
797
18
    Cairns Northern Beaches
14,768
192
    Bakers Creek (L)
794
19
    Nerang
14,467
193
    Kooralbyn (L)
782
20
    Helensvale
13,823
194
    Wamuran (L)
779
21
    Deception Bay
13,163
195
    Alligator Creek (L)
778
22
    Buderim
12,458
196
    Aurukun (L)
778
23
    Nambour
12,205
197
    Napranum (Weipa South) (L)
777
24
    Bongaree
11,166
198
    Texas (L)
772
25
    Warwick
10,947
199
    Flying Fish Point (L)
756
26
    Gympie
10,813
200
    Bamaga (L)
756
27
    Victoria Point
9,760
201
    Woodgate (L)
755
28
    Dalby
9,517
202
    Doomadgee (L)
754
29
    Emerald
9,345
203
    Wyreema (L)
752
30
    Innisfail
8,987
204
    Capella (L)
741
31
    Bowen
8,985
205
    Mount Tamborine (L)
735
32
    Charters Towers
8,893
206
    Richmond (L)
733
33
    Yeppoon
8,810
207
    Quilpie (L)
730
34
    Ayr
8,697
208
    Jandowae (L)
718
35
    Morayfield
8,394
209
    Hope Vale (L)
706
36
    Kingaroy
7,013
210
    Boykambil (L)
703
37
    Coolum Beach
6,999
211
    Blue Mountain Heights (L)
702
38
    Mareeba
6,874
212
    Elliott Heads (L)
690
39
    Burpengary
6,774
213
    Biggenden (L)
686
40
    Moranbah
6,508
214
    Fernvale (L)
683
41
    Blackwater
5,931
215
    Kuranda (L)
666
42
    Roma
5,744
216
    Springsure (L)
666
43
    Atherton
5,693
217
    Cambooya (L)
665
44
    Gatton
5,328
218
    Lucinda (L)
664
45
    Biloela
5,161
219
    Taroom (L)
662
46
    Ingham
5,012
220
    Jacobs Well (L)
659
47
    Bargara
4,525
221
    Goombungee (L)
654
48
    Gracemere
4,501
222
    Arcadia Bay (L)
638
49
    Karana Downs
4,434
223
    Wangan (L)
631
50
    Goondiwindi
4,374
224
    Moore Park (L)
628
51
    Mudjimba
4,360
225
    Shoal Point (L)
622
52
    Stanthorpe
4,154
226
    Marburg (L)
619
53
    Longreach
3,766
227
    Sapphire (L)
614
54
    Beaudesert
3,734
228
    Cooloola Village (L)
610
55
    Gordonvale
3,682
229
    Wonga Beach (L)
607
56
    Redland Bay
3,674
230
    Innes Park (L)
605
57
    Port Douglas
3,641
231
    Rubyvale (L)
602
58
    Dysart
3,444
232
    Cooran (L)
596
59
    Oakey
3,396
233
    Toogoom (L)
596
60
    Bli Bli
3,347
234
    Helidon (L)
591
61
    Charleville
3,327
235
    Bouldercombe (L)
587
62
    Chinchilla
3,247
236
    Marian (L)
583
63
    Proserpine
3,247
237
    Picnic Bay (L)
575
64
    Sarina
3,201
238
    The Palms (L)
575
65
    Tannum Sands
3,196
239
    Johnstone South (L)
568
66
    Boyne Island
3,184
240
    Balgal Beach (L)
563
67
    Cannonvale
3,137
241
    Pormpuraaw (Edward River) (L)
553
68
    Home Hill
3,071
242
    Mapleton (L)
545
69
    Airlie Beach
3,029
243
    Halifax (L)
539
70
    Russell-Macleay Islands
2,937
244
    Kalbar (L)
534
71
    Peregian Beach
2,913
245
    Horseshoe Bay (L)
528
72
    Gympie South
2,895
246
    Bingil Bay (L)
526
73
    Glenella
2,878
247
    Glass House Mountains (L)
522
74
    Emu Park
2,788
248
    Blackbutt (L)
520
75
    Craiglie
2,746
249
    Julia Creek (L)
519
76
    Nanango
2,711
250
    Eidsvold (L)
519
77
    Highfields
2,710
251
    Theodore (L)
508
78
    Tully
2,509
252
    Lockhart River (L)
504
79
    Mount Morgan
2,487
253
    Seaforth (L)
504
80
    Thursday Island
2,483
254
    Jalloonda (L)
501
81
    Oxenford
2,481
255
    Hope Island (L)
498
82
    St George
2,463
256
    Mirani (L)
494
83
    Cloncurry
2,459
257
    Dayboro (L)
488
84
    Smithfield Heights
2,426
258
    Half Tide Beach (L)
486
85
    Bucasia
2,398
259
    Mourilyan (L)
484
86
    Clermont
2,388
260
    Toorbul (L)
480
87
    Beachmere
2,374
261
    Marcus Beach (L)
471
88
    Laidley
2,329
262
    Coominya (L)
467
89
    Pittsworth
2,323
263
    Imbil (L)
464
90
    Deeragun
2,314
264
    Eumundi (L)
462
91
    Boonah
2,234
265
    Goomeri (L)
459
92
    Weipa
2,200
266
    Forest Hill (L)
457
93
    Middlemount
2,132
267
    Tully Heads (L)
446
94
    Murgon
2,088
268
    River Heads (L)
444
95
    Palm Islands
2,073
269
    Augathella (L)
437
96
    Burnett Heads
2,073
270
    Giru (L)
436
97
    Collinsville
2,021
271
    Wandoan (L)
432
98
    Rosewood
2,010
272
    Bluff (L)
431
99
    Yaroomba
2,003
273
    Dimbulah (L)
429
100
    Eagle Heights
1,998
274
    Taylors Beach (L)
429
101
    Karalee
1,989
275
    Samford (L)
427
102
    Moura
1,980
276
    Miriam Vale (L)
421
103
    Yarrabah
1,978
277
    Newell (L)
418
104
    Cooroy
1,970
278
    Mount Garnet (L)
406
105
    Mossman
1,917
279
    Macknade (L)
406
106
    Gayndah
1,781
280
    Grasstree Beach (L)
406
107
    Tin Can Bay
1,779
281
    Injune (L)
405
108
    Cordelia Estate
1,777
282
    Sarina Beach (L)
401
109
    Caravonica
1,771
283
    Dirranbandi (L)
401
110
    Woodford
1,621
284
    Surat (L)
398
111
    Woorim
1,595
285
    Silkwood (L)
398
112
    Barcaldine
1,592
286
    Canungra (L)
397
113
    Tieri
1,591
287
    Alpha (L)
395
114
    Santa Barbara
1,564
288
    Wallangarra (L)
385
115
    Kilcoy
1,516
289
    Amity Point (L)
382
116
    Walkerston
1,506
290
    Tiaro (L)
378
117
    Hamilton Island
1,502
291
    Tambo (L)
378
118
    Childers
1,483
292
    Peachester (L)
375
119
    Palmwoods
1,475
293
    Planella (L)
370
120
    Cunnamulla
1,461
294
    Kalamia Estate (L)
363
121
    Hughenden
1,444
295
    Kilkivan (L)
353
122
    Blackall
1,432
296
    Harrisville (L)
352
123
    Cardwell
1,421
297
    Campwin Beach (L)
351
124
    Cooktown
1,411
298
    Thangool (L)
349
125
    Sandstone Point
1,401
299
    Torbanlea (L)
346
126
    Beerwah
1,390
300
    Donnybrook (L)
345
127
    Kingsthorpe
1,368
301
    Aramac (L)
342
128
    Eimeo
1,357
302
    Injinoo (Cowal Creek) (L)
337
129
    Landsborough
1,343
303
    Grantham (L)
335
130
    Wondai
1,330
304
    Ningi (L)
324
131
    Glenden
1,329
305
    Millaa Millaa (L)
324
132
    Normanton
1,328
306
    Keppel Sands (L)
318
133
    Monto
1,288
307
    Trebonne (L)
311
134
    Mundubbera
1,238
308
    Finch Hatton (L)
301
135
    Nelly Bay
1,236
309
    Eton (L)
301
136
    Calliope
1,233
310
    Georgetown (L)
298
137
    Babinda
1,228
311
    El Arish (L)
298
138
    Crows Nest
1,214
312
    Wujal Wujal (L)
293
139
    Miles
1,187
313
    Kenilworth (L)
285
140
    Tamborine North
1,164
314
    St Pauls (L)
283
141
    Alice River
1,161
315
    Duaringa (L)
276
142
    Marcoola
1,160
316
    New Mapoon (L)
276
143
    Winton
1,142
317
    Willows Gemfields (L)
270
144
    Mount Low
1,139
318
    Merinda (L)
270
145
    Allingham
1,130
319
    Boreen Point (L)
269
146
    Wongaling Beach
1,126
320
    Bell (L)
262
147
    Woorabinda
1,119
321
    Cecil Plains (L)
260
148
    Dundowran
1,111
322
    Mount Nebo (L)
258
149
    The Junction
1,104
323
    Camooweal (L)
258
150
    Cherbourg
1,100
324
    Farleigh (L)
256
151
    Walloon
1,092
325
    Agnes Water (L)
251
152
    Jimboomba
1,067
326
    Wallumbilla (L)
247
153
    Millmerran
1,054
327
    Boulia (L)
243
154
    Karumba
1,043
328
    Baralaba (L)
238
155
    Mission Beach
1,013
329
    Umagico (L)
231
156
    Herberton (L)
994
330
    Proston (L)
228
157
    Bohle Plains (L)
987
331
    Rathdowney (L)
227
158
    Yungaburra (L)
985
332
    Kairi (L)
226
159
    Lowood (L)
975
333
    Hector (L)
224
160
    Pomona (L)
967
334
    Calen (L)
223
161
    Mitchell (L)
967
335
    Croydon (L)
223
162
    Narangba (L)
963
336
    Greenmount (L)
222
163
    Gin Gin (L)
958
337
    Burketown (L)
220
164
    Esk (L)
953
338
    Cordalba (L)
218
165
    Inglewood (L)
936
339
    Yelarbon (L)
216
166
    Yandina (L)
931
340
    Thargomindah (L)
215
167
    Howard (L)
929
341
    Cungulla (L)
213
168
    Point Lookout (L)
925
342
    Mount Larcom (L)
213
169
    Kowanyama (L)
912
343
    Dajarra (L)
203
170
    Dunwich (L)
896
344
    Seventeen Seventy (L)
203
171
    Pallarenda (L)
884
345
    Yangan (L)
201
172
    Brandon (L)
883
346
    Yuleba (L)
201
173
    Maleny (L)
880
347
    Pentland (L)
200
174
    Point Talburpin (L)
876
348
    Mungindi (Qld Pt) (L)
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