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1387.3 - Queensland in Review, 2003  
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EXPLANATORY NOTES

GLOSSARY

Map - Wide Bay-Burnett SD with alphabetical listing of LGAs of Monto to Woocoo highlighted


Selected Characteristics of Local Government Areas in Wide Bay-Burnett Statistical Division: Monto (S) to Woocoo (S), in alphabetical order

Unit
Monto
(S)
Mundubbera
(S)
Murgon
(S)(a)
Nanango
(S)
Perry
(S)
Tiaro
(S)
Wondai
(S)
Woocoo
(S)

LAND AREA - at 1 July 2003
km2
4,322
4,193
665
1,735
2,359
2,187
3,577
2,006
PROPORTION OF POPULATION IN REMOTENESS AREA - Census 2001
Major cities
%
0.0
0.0
na
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
Inner regional
%
0.0
0.0
na
58.4
0.0
37.2
0.0
84.9
Outer regional
%
100.0
79.8
na
41.6
100.0
62.8
100.0
15.1
Remote
%
0.0
20.2
na
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
Very remote
%
0.0
0.0
na
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0

POPULATION - at 30 June 2003
Total - all persons
no.
2,477
2,354
3,655
8,630
441
4,870
4,289
3,111
Aged 14 years and younger
no.
483
492
886
1,753
90
1,051
948
691
Aged 15 years to 44 years
no.
816
927
1,408
2,762
152
1,645
1,377
1,165
Aged 45 years to 64 years
no.
674
620
843
2,818
136
1,580
1,250
944
Aged 65 years and over
no.
504
315
518
1,297
63
594
714
311

Proportion of total population
Aged 14 years and younger
%
19.5
20.9
24.2
20.3
20.4
21.6
22.1
22.2
Aged 15 years to 44 years
%
32.9
39.4
38.5
32.0
34.5
33.8
32.1
37.4
Aged 45 years to 64 years
%
27.2
26.3
23.1
32.7
30.8
32.4
29.1
30.3
Aged 65 years and over
%
20.3
13.4
14.2
15.0
14.3
12.2
16.6
10.0

Population density - 2003
persons/km2
0.6
0.6
5.5
5.0
0.2
2.2
1.2
1.6
Births - year ended 30 June 2003
no.
28
26
na
95
3
57
40
31
Crude birth rate - 2003
rate
11.2
11.1
na
11.1
6.8
11.8
9.4
10.0
Deaths - year ended 30 June 2003
no.
22
15
na
47
5
19
33
15
Crude death rate - 2003
rate
8.8
6.4
na
5.5
11.4
3.9
7.7
4.9

INDEX OF RELATIVE SOCIO- ECONOMIC ADVANTAGE/ DISADVANTAGE - Census 2001
decile
2
1
na
1
2
1
1
2

ESTIMATES OF UNEMPLOYMENT - September quarter 2003
Unemployment
no.
71
93
na
449
27
254
143
175
Unemployment rate
%
5.3
7.0
na
14.5
16.8
13.4
7.8
11.5

SELECTED INCOME SUPPORT CUSTOMERS - at June 2003
Age pension
no.
364
186
na
963
43
563
548
438
Disability support pension
no.
85
77
na
704
40
286
219
217
Newstart allowance
no.
53
94
na
372
27
212
125
154
Parenting payment - single
no.
42
48
na
257
na
150
87
96
Youth allowance
no.
54
38
na
224
na
125
76
81
Other pensions and allowances
no.
79
67
na
661
40
300
231
199
Total selected income support customers
no.
677
509
na
3,180
178
1,636
1,286
1,186
Percentage of long-term Newstart allowance customers
%
na
52.2
na
59.7
na
70.0
61.5
71.8

AVERAGE INDIVIDUAL ANNUAL TAXABLE INCOME - year ended 30 June 2003
$
27,722
28,784
na
33,787
28,912
32,407
28,915
32,269

WAGE AND SALARY EARNERS - year ended 30 June 2002
Wage and salary earners
no.
693
946
na
2,588
96
1,422
1,122
949
Wage and salary income
$m
17.2
23.0
na
82.0
2.5
40.8
29.9
26.9
Total income
$m
17.3
23.6
na
83.9
2.6
42.6
30.8
28.1
Average wage and salary income
$
24,804
24,363
na
31,697
25,940
28,673
26,609
28,366
Average total income
$
24,994
24,990
na
32,412
26,910
29,930
27,479
29,609

SOURCE OF PERSONAL INCOME - year ended 30 June 2001
Proportion of total personal income
Wage and salary
%
48.2
67.2
na
66.4
48.8
61.9
57.8
62.0
Own unincorporated business
%
28.9
13.8
na
5.4
9.8
7.5
13.0
6.3
Investment
%
5.0
4.8
na
2.9
4.2
5.2
3.1
4.9
Superannuation and annuity
%
1.2
0.8
na
1.8
2.0
2.1
1.2
2.3
Government cash benefit
%
16.4
13.1
na
23.0
34.8
22.8
24.6
24.1
Other income
%
0.4
0.4
na
0.5
0.4
0.5
0.4
0.4
Total personal income from all sources
$m
37.4
31.9
na
116.4
4.6
63.9
49.0
40.3

BUILDING APPROVALS - year ended 30 June 2003
Private sector houses
no.
2
1
na
30
2
33
19
18
Total dwelling units
no.
2
1
na
30
3
33
19
18
Value of total residential building
$m
0.6
0.1
na
3.2
0.4
2.8
2.1
2.1
Value of total non-residential building
$m
-
0.2
na
0.1
-
0.3
0.4
-
Value of total building
$m
0.6
0.4
na
3.3
0.4
3.1
2.4
2.1

NEW MOTOR VEHICLE SALES - year ended 30 June 2003
Passenger vehicles
no.
20
29
na
111
3
76
53
53
Other vehicles
no.
59
56
na
126
6
66
68
52
Total vehicles
no.
79
85
na
237
9
142
121
105

VALUE OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION - year ended 30 June 2001
Value of crops
$m
7.0
38.8
na
5.4
-
8.9
11.4
8.0
Value of livestock slaughterings and other disposals
$m
34.2
19.8
na
12.0
4.7
12.7
25.8
7.4
Value of livestock products
$m
3.9
2.7
na
4.4
-
2.7
2.7
0.2
Total value of agriculture
$m
45.1
61.4
na
21.8
4.7
24.4
39.9
15.6

LOCAL GOVERNMENT FINANCES - 2003-04
Operating revenues
$'000
6,474
4,536
na
10,842
2,975
5,933
9,476
4,307
Total expenses
$'000
6,669
4,194
na
10,817
2,630
7,222
8,443
3,875
Total assets
$'000
167,724
30,183
na
77,727
23,164
59,022
54,736
33,329
Total liabilities
$'000
1,098
884
na
1,969
299
1,358
3,325
435
Net debt
$'000
-1,964
-2,483
na
-3,624
-3,919
-2,609
857
-1,511
Net financial worth
$'000
1,784
2,247
na
3,718
3,940
1,968
-544
1,252

TOURIST ACCOMMODATION - 30 June 2004
Establishments
no.
np
np
na
np
-
-
-
-
Rooms/units at 30 June 2004
no.
np
np
na
np
-
-
-
-
Room occupancy rate
%
np
np
na
np
-
-
-
-
Takings from accommodation
$'000
np
np
na
np
-
-
-
-

NUMBER OF SINGLE LOCATION BUSINESSES - 30 June 2001
no.
563
477
na
921
66
450
682
334

HOUSING SALES AND VALUES - 31 December 2004
Number of sales
no.
58
37
na
114
10
42
77
6
House prices - median value
$
66,500
78,000
na
128,750
37,500
134,000
112,500
84,500
House prices - average value
$
65,223
89,243
na
130,450
51,150
150,333
109,922
81,833

SCHOOLS AND STUDENTS - August 2004
Government schools
no.
3
4
na
5
1
6
5
3
Government school students
no.
357
379
na
1,245
43
271
486
176
Non-government schools
no.
1
-
na
1
-
-
-
-
Non-government school students
no.
32
-
na
73
-
-
-
-

MOTOR VEHICLES ON REGISTER - 31 March 2004(b)
Passenger cars and motor cycles
no.
1,260
1,094
na
4,583
219
2,567
2,001
1,747
Light commercial vehicles
no.
682
594
na
1,554
97
749
942
536
Trucks, prime movers, and buses
no.
289
194
na
434
28
198
322
176

na not available
np not available for publication but included in totals where applicable
- nil or rounded to zero (including null cells)(a) Information for Aboriginal Council (AC) and Island Council (IC) LGAs and the residual LGAs from which they were formed, are available only for land area and population estimates (for 2002). See Explanatory Notes for further details.
(a) Information for Aboriginal Council (AC) and Island Council (IC) LGAs and the residual LGAs from which they were formed, are available only for land area and population estimates (for 2002). See Explanatory Notes for further details.
(b) Vehicles registered out of the state, or vehicles where the postcodes of owners could not be allocated to an LGA/SD are excluded. As a result, the Queensland totals do not agree with totals published in Motor Vehicle Census, Australia (cat. no. 9309.0), where these vehicles are included as 'Out of state/unspecified'.



Further Queensland Regional Profile links are available on the following pages:

Queensland and Southern Statistical Divisions Main Page - drill down for LGA information

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