St Helens Demographics (QLD) Local Stats

St Helens (4356) is a suburb of Western, South Western, Queensland. It is about 157 kms from QLD's capital city of Brisbane. St Helens is in the federal electorate of Groom.

In the 2006 Census the population of St Helens is 513 and is comprised of 49.2% males and 50.8% females.

The median/average age of the St Helens population is 42 years of age, 5 years above the Australian average.

The country of birth of people living in St Helens is 85.9% Australia, 3.1% England, 1.2% Germany, 1% Philippines, 1% Scotland, 1% Papua New Guinea.

96.5% of people speak English as their first language, 1% speak German, 0.8% speak Indonesian, 0.6% speak Filipino, 0.6% speak Italian.

The religious make up of St Helens is 17.4% Catholic, 16.6% Anglican, 14.8% No Religion, 9.8% Uniting Church, 7.8% Lutheran.

61.2% of people are married, 24.4% have never married and 12.2% are separated or divorced. There are 12 widowed people living in St Helens.

61.5% of the people living in St Helens are employed full time, while 28.3% are employed on a part time basis. St Helens has a below average unemployment rate of 4.9% and 132 people are not part of the labour force.

The average individual income is $387.00 per week and the average household income is $968.00 per week.

The average rent in St Helens is $130 per week and the average mortgage repayment is $931 per month. 49.2% are fully owned, and 35.1% are in the process of being purchased by home loan mortgage. 15.7% of homes are rented.

Check out FY 2013 Tax Stats for St Helens postcode 4356

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