2006 Census QuickStats

All people - usual residents

Australia | Victoria | Urban Centres and Localities

Halls Gap (L)

Code UCL220200 (UCL)
People 281
Male 147
Female 134
Median age 40
Australian citizenship 249
People born overseas 41
Overseas visitors (excluded from people counts) 46
Families 77
All private dwellings (including unoccupied) 396
Average people per household 2.4
Median weekly household income $1,006
Median monthly mortgage repayment $1,019
Median weekly rent $150
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People — demographics
People Halls Gap (L) % Australia %
Total 281 -- 19,855,288 --
Male 147 52.3 9,799,252 49.4
Female 134 47.7 10,056,036 50.6
 
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people 8 2.8 455,031 2.3

In the 2006 Census, 281 people were usually resident in Halls Gap (L) (Urban Centres and Localities): of these 52.3% were male and 47.7% were female. Of the total population 2.8% were Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Age Halls Gap (L) % Australia %
People
0-4 years 16 5.7 1,260,405 6.3
5-14 years 29 10.3 2,676,807 13.5
15-24 years 34 12.1 2,704,276 13.6
25-54 years 123 43.8 8,376,751 42.2
55-64 years 46 16.4 2,192,675 11.0
65 years and over 31 11.0 2,644,374 13.3
 
Median age 40 -- 37 --

In the 2006 Census, 16.0% of people usually resident in Halls Gap (L) (Urban Centres and Localities) were children aged 0-14 years, and 27.4% were people aged 55 years and over. The median age was 40 years.

Selected characteristics Halls Gap (L) % Australia %
Australian citizenship 249 88.6 17,095,569 86.1
People born overseas 41 14.6 4,416,037 22.2
Overseas visitors (excluded from people counts) 46 16.4 206,358 1.0

In the 2006 Census, 88.6% of people usually resident in Halls Gap (L) (Urban Centres and Localities) were Australian citizens, 14.6% were born overseas and 16.4% people were overseas visitors.

Registered marital status Halls Gap (L) % Australia %
People aged 15 years and over
Married 131 56.0 7,900,684 49.6
Separated or divorced 21 9.0 1,801,979 11.3
Widowed 12 5.1 936,813 5.9
Never married 68 29.1 5,278,600 33.2

In the 2006 Census, 56.0% of people aged 15 years and over usually resident in Halls Gap (L) (Urban Centres and Localities) were married, 9.0% were either separated or divorced, 5.1% were widowed and 29.1% were never married.

People — cultural & language diversity
Country of birth Halls Gap (L) % Australia %
Australia 214 76.2 14,072,944 70.9
 
Other top responses

Religious affiliation, top responses Halls Gap (L) % Australia %

Language, top responses (other than English) Halls Gap (L) % Australia %

People — employment
Employment Halls Gap (L) % Australia %
People aged 15 years and over
Worked full-time 92 61.7 5,827,432 60.7
Worked part-time 50 33.6 2,685,193 27.9
Away from work 0 0.0 337,991 3.5
Hours worked not stated 3 2.0 253,567 2.6
Unemployed 4 2.7 503,804 5.2
Not in the labour force 69 -- 5,271,116 --
Total labour force (includes employed and unemployed people) 149 -- 9,607,987 --
 
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During the week prior to the 2006 Census, 149 people aged 15 years and over in Halls Gap (L) (Urban Centres and Localities) were in the labour force. Of these 61.7% worked full-time, 33.6% worked part-time, 0.0% were away from work, 2.0% were employed but did not state their hours worked and 2.7% were unemployed. 69 people were not in the labour force.

Occupation Halls Gap (L) % Australia %
Employed people aged 15 years and over

Industry of employment, top responses Halls Gap (L) % Australia %
Employed people aged 15 years and over

Median weekly incomes Halls Gap (L) % Australia %
People aged 15 years and over
Personal 488 -- 466 --
Family 1,109 -- 1,171 --
Household 1,006 -- 1,027 --

In the 2006 Census in Halls Gap (L) (Urban Centres and Localities), the median weekly personal income for people aged 15 years and over who were usual residents was $488, the median family income was $1,109 and the median household income was $1,006.

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Families — family composition
Family composition Halls Gap (L) % Australia %
Couple family without children 41 53.2 1,943,643 37.2
Couple family with children 29 37.7 2,362,582 45.3
One parent family 7 9.1 823,254 15.8
Other family 0 0.0 89,686 1.7
Total families 77 -- 5,219,165 --

In the 2006 Census, there were 77 families in Halls Gap (L) (Urban Centres and Localities): of these 53.2% were couple families without children, 37.7% were couple families with children, 9.1% were one parent families and 0.0% were other families.

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includes dwelling structure | dwelling characteristics | household composition

Dwellings — dwelling structure

Dwellings include visitor only and other not-classifiable households unless otherwise stated

Dwelling type Halls Gap (L) % Australia %
Occupied private dwellings 157 -- 7,596,183 --
All private dwellings (including unoccupied) 396 -- 8,426,559 --

In the 2006 Census 157 occupied private dwellings were counted in Halls Gap (L) (Urban Centres and Localities).

Dwelling structure Halls Gap (L) % Australia %
Occupied private dwellings
Separate house 154 98.1 5,685,387 74.8
Semi-detached, row or terrace house, townhouse etc 0 0.0 702,550 9.2
Flat, unit or apartment 3 1.9 1,076,315 14.2
Other dwelling 0 0.0 127,337 1.7
Dwelling type not stated 0 0.0 4,594 0.1

In the 2006 Census, of the occupied private dwellings in Halls Gap (L) (Urban Centres and Localities), 98.1% were separate houses, 0.0% were semi-detached, row or terrace houses, townhouses etc, 1.9% were flats, units or apartments and 0.0% were other dwellings.

Tenure Halls Gap (L) % Australia %
Occupied private dwellings
Owned outright 43 27.4 2,478,264 32.6
Owned with a mortgage (includes being purchased under rent/buy scheme) 20 12.7 2,448,205 32.2
Rented (includes rent-free) 55 35.0 2,063,947 27.2
Other tenure type 5 3.2 65,715 0.9
Tenure type not stated 36 22.9 540,050 7.1

In the 2006 Census in Halls Gap (L) (Urban Centres and Localities), 27.4% of occupied private dwellings were owned outright, 12.7% were owned with a mortgage and 35.0% were rented.

Landlord type Halls Gap (L) % Australia %
Occupied private dwellings being rented (including rent-free accommodation)
Real estate agent 16 29.1 1,043,198 50.5
State or Territory housing authority 0 0.0 306,697 14.9
Other landlord type 40 72.7 652,012 31.6
Landlord type not stated 0 0.0 62,037 3.0

In the 2006 Census in Halls Gap (L) (Urban Centres and Localities), of the occupied private dwellings being rented, 29.1% were rented from a real estate agent, 0.0% were rented from a State or Territory housing authority and 72.7% were rented from other landlord type.

Dwellings — dwelling characteristics
Dwelling characteristics Halls Gap (L) % Australia %
Median weekly rent 150 -- 190 --
Median monthly mortgage repayment 1,019 -- 1,300 --
Average people per household 2.4 -- 2.6 --
Average number of people per bedroom 1.1 -- 1.1 --

In the 2006 Census in Halls Gap (L) (Urban Centres and Localities), the median weekly rent was $150. The median monthly mortgage repayment was $1,019. The average people per household was 2.4 and the average number of people per bedroom was 1.1.

Dwellings — household composition
Household composition Halls Gap (L) % Australia %
Excludes visitor only and other not classifiable households
Family households 78 49.7 5,122,760 67.4
Single (or lone) person households 23 14.6 1,740,481 22.9
Group households 4 2.5 280,856 3.7

In the 2006 Census in Halls Gap (L) (Urban Centres and Localities), 49.7% of occupied private dwellings were family households, 14.6% were single (or lone) person households and 2.5% were group households.

LATEST ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (AEST) 25/10/2007

The information contained in this QuickStat has been produced by the Australian Bureau of Statistics. It contains data from the 2006 Census of Population & Housing held on 9 August 2006. Some values may have been adjusted to avoid release of confidential data. These adjustments may have a significant impact on the calculated percentages in QuickStats. For more information refer to Introduced Random Error. For further enquiries contact the ABS National Information and Referral Service on 1300 135 070 | www.abs.gov.au/census

Census Data Quality.

The information contained in this QuickStat has been produced by the Australian Bureau of Statistics. It contains data from the 2006 Census of Population & Housing held on 9 August 2006. Some values may have been adjusted to avoid release of confidential data. These adjustments may have a significant impact on the calculated percentages in QuickStats. For more information refer to Introduced Random Error in the 2006 Census Dictionary. For further enquiries contact the ABS National Information and Referral Service on 1300 135 070 | www.abs.gov.au/census

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