2016 Census QuickStats

Australia Western Australia State Suburbs

New Norcia

Code SSC51097 (SSC) Search for a Community Profile
People 101
Male 71.7%
Female 28.3%
Median age 51
Families 18
Average children per family
for families with children 1
for all families 0.2
All private dwellings 46
Average people per household 1.7
Median weekly household income $1,124
Median monthly mortgage repayments $0
Median weekly rent $100
Average motor vehicles per dwelling 1.8

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Median and average values may be affected by confidentiality in small areas.

Due to the small population for this area, limited information has been provided. In the 2016 Census, there were 101 people in New Norcia (SSC51097). Of these, 71.7% were male and 28.3% were female. The median age was 51 years and the average number of people per household was 1.7.

LATEST ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (AEST) 23/10/2017

Small random adjustments have been made to all cell values to protect the confidentiality of data. These adjustments may cause the sum of rows or columns to differ by small amounts from the table totals. For further information, go to the User Guide for QuickStats.

Data reported for Australia and Other Territories now includes Norfolk Island, following an amendment to the Acts Interpretation Act, 1901. Because Norfolk Island has not previously been included in the Census, any 2011 benchmarks will not include Norfolk Island.

The information contained in this QuickStat has been produced by the Australian Bureau of Statistics It contains data from the 2016 Census of Population & Housing held on 9 August 2016 Release date of this QuickStat was 23 October 2017 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 2016 Census Dictionary. For further enquiries contact the ABS National Information and Referral Service on 1300 135 070 www.abs.gov.au/census