Pingaring Population Statistics

Pingaring is a small town in the Wheatbelt region of Western Australia. The name of the town is the Indigenous Australian name of a nearby spring that was first recorded by surveyors in 1926. The town originated as a railway siding on the Hyden to Lake Grace line, with its location being decided in 1930. The townsite was gazetted in 1963. The surrounding areas produce wheat and other cereal crops. The town is a receival site for Cooperative Bulk Handling. Out of 221 residents, 120 (54%) are male, 101 (46%) are female, and the average age is 38.
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Demographics Data

People and Families

Gender

  • Male120
  • Female101

Age

  • 0 - 1454
  • 15 - 247
  • 25 - 3433
  • 35 - 4437
  • 45 - 5433
  • 55 - 6439
  • 65+17

Type of Household

  • Single Person16
  • Family64
  • Group0

Dwellings

Ownership

  • Owned Outright43
  • Owned with a Mortgage17
  • Rented16
  • Other4

Structure

  • Separate House81
  • Semi-detached0
  • Flat, unit0
  • Other0

No. of Bedrooms

  • 1 bedroom5
  • 2 bedrooms6
  • 3 bedrooms33
  • 4 bedrooms29
  • 5 bedrooms7
  • 6 bedrooms or more0
  • Other0

Real Estate in Pingaring