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Collie Population Statistics

Collie is a town in the South West region of Western Australia, 213 kilometres (132 mi) south of the state capital, Perth, and 59 kilometres (37 mi) inland from the regional city and port of Bunbury. It is near the junction of the Collie and Harris Rivers, in the middle of dense jarrah forest and the only coalfields in Western Australia. At the 2011 census, Collie had a population of 6,998. Collie is mainly known as a coal-producing centre, but also offers industrial, agricultural and aquaculture tourism industries. Muja Power station is located east of the town, and to its west is the Wellington Dam, a popular location for fishing, swimming and boating. The town is named after the river on which it is situated. James Stirling named the Collie River, which in turn is named after Dr Alexander Collie. He and William Preston were the first Europeans to explore the area in 1829. The average price for a House is AUD 247,000, and the average rental for a House is AUD 1,179. Out of 7961 residents, 4295 (54%) are male, 3666 (46%) are female, and the average age is 39. There is a range of facilities in the area, including 5 schools, 1 hospital, 2 childcare centres, and 1 shopping centre.
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Property Median Price

Demographics Data

People and Families

Gender

  • Male4,295
  • Female3,666

Age

  • 0 - 141,508
  • 15 - 241,005
  • 25 - 34988
  • 35 - 441,107
  • 45 - 541,165
  • 55 - 641,084
  • 65+1,104

Type of Household

  • Single Person812
  • Family2,005
  • Group63

Dwellings

Ownership

  • Owned Outright1,032
  • Owned with a Mortgage1,084
  • Rented658
  • Other107

Structure

  • Separate House2,685
  • Semi-detached82
  • Flat, unit78
  • Other36

No. of Bedrooms

  • 1 bedroom82
  • 2 bedrooms412
  • 3 bedrooms1,380
  • 4 bedrooms827
  • 5 bedrooms88
  • 6 bedrooms or more19
  • Other75

Primary School

4 places
  • Wilson Park Primary School PORTER STREET COLLIE WA 6225
    Co-ed Government
  • St Brigid's School 205 PRINSEP STREET COLLIE WA 6225
    Co-ed Non Government
  • Amaroo Primary School 79 JONES STREET COLLIE WA 6225
    Co-ed Government
  • Fairview Primary School VERNON STREET COLLIE WA 6225
    Co-ed Government

Secondary School

1 place
  • Collie Senior High School WITTENOOM STREET COLLIE WA 6225
    Co-ed Government

Hospital

1 place
  • Collie Health Service Deakin St Collie WA 6225
    Public

Childcare Centre

2 places
  • Collie Early Education Inc 81 Forrest St Collie WA 6225
  • Ewington Playgroup & Kindergarten Palmer Rd Collie WA 6225

Shopping Centre

1 place
  • Collie Central Shopping Centre Johnson St Collie WA 6225

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