Wellesley Islands Population Statistics - LIFULL

Wellesley Islands Population Statistics

The Wellesley Islands are a group of islands off the coast of north Queensland, Australia, in the Gulf of Carpentaria. They were named by Matthew Flinders in honour of Richard Wellesley, 1st Marquess Wellesley. The largest island in the group is Mornington Island. Two small islands in the group form the Manowar and Rocky Islands Important Bird Area because of their importance for breeding seabirds. The South Wellesley Islands and the Forsyth Islands are in the same area and all are the local government area of the Shire of Mornington. Out of 1142 residents, 560 (49%) are male, 582 (51%) are female, and the average age is 26.
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Property Median Price

Demographics Data

People and Families

Gender

  • Male560
  • Female582

Age

  • 0 - 14403
  • 15 - 24141
  • 25 - 34169
  • 35 - 44142
  • 45 - 54143
  • 55 - 6487
  • 65+57

Type of Household

  • Single Person52
  • Family187
  • Group6

Dwellings

Ownership

  • Owned Outright0
  • Owned with a Mortgage3
  • Rented233
  • Other11

Structure

  • Separate House220
  • Semi-detached0
  • Flat, unit17
  • Other10

No. of Bedrooms

  • 1 bedroom18
  • 2 bedrooms56
  • 3 bedrooms124
  • 4 bedrooms33
  • 5 bedrooms4
  • 6 bedrooms or more4
  • Other7