• Roelands

    • -4.2% ANNUAL
      GROWTH
    • $625,000 ANNUAL
      MED.PRICE
    • 845 POPULATION
    The townsite of Roelands is located in the southwest agricultural region, 166 kilometres south of Perth and 20 kilometres east of Bunbury. It is named after a property of the same name granted to the Colony's first Surveyor General in 1830, John Septimus Roe. In 1893 when the railway line from Pinjarra to Picton Junction was opened, a railway station was established at Roelands, but named Collie, after the nearby Collie River. It was changed to Roelands in 1899, because it was confused with the new town in the coalfields (now Collie). In 1909 a school was established at Roelands, and in 1916 a private subdivision was... read more
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    Postcode 6226
    Local Government Harvey
     

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    2016 Census Summary Roelands Regional WA
    Population - usually resident 845 524,167
    Median age of residents (years) 39 39
    Average household size (persons) 3.00 3.00
    Number of occupied dwellings * 254 176,495
    Number of unoccupied dwellings 24 47,139
    Median weekly household income $2,090 $1,415
    Median monthly mortgage repayment $2,167 $1,700
    Total private dwellings 278 223,635
    Area (sqkm) 95 2,520,230
    * Excludes visitor only households
     

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    Brunswick 10.9%
    Australind -3.9%
    Burekup -29.3%

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