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Hocking

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2021 Census All persons QuickStats
Geography type Suburbs and Localities
Area code SAL50645
People 6,987
Male 48.6%
Female 51.4%
Median age 34
Families 1,990
Average number of children per family  null
for families with children 1.9
for all households (a) 1
All private dwellings 2,495
Average number of people per household 2.9
Median weekly household income $2,234
Median monthly mortgage repayments $1,965
Median weekly rent (b) $400
Average number of motor vehicles per dwelling 2.1

(a) This label has been updated to more accurately reflect the Census concept shown in this data item. The data has not changed.
(b) For 2021, median weekly rent calculations exclude dwellings being occupied rent-free.

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People and population

People
All people
Hocking % Hocking Western Australia % Western Australia Australia % Australia
Male 3,393 48.6 1,322,855 49.7 12,545,154 49.3
Female 3,593 51.4 1,337,171 50.3 12,877,635 50.7

More information on Sex (SEXP), Place of usual residence (PURP)
Table based on place of usual residence

Indigenous status
All people
Hocking % Hocking Western Australia % Western Australia Australia % Australia
Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander 77 1.1 88,693 3.3 812,728 3.2
Non-Indigenous 6,691 95.8 2,431,204 91.4 23,375,949 91.9
Indigenous status not stated 218 3.1 140,128 5.3 1,234,112 4.9

More information on Indigenous status (INGP)
Table based on place of usual residence

Age
All people
Hocking % Hocking Western Australia % Western Australia Australia % Australia
Median age 34 N/A 38 N/A 38 N/A
0-4 years 515 7.4 161,753 6.1 1,463,817 5.8
5-9 years 586 8.4 172,654 6.5 1,586,138 6.2
10-14 years 521 7.5 171,377 6.4 1,588,051 6.2
15-19 years 492 7.0 153,263 5.8 1,457,812 5.7
20-24 years 392 5.6 158,817 6.0 1,579,539 6.2
25-29 years 449 6.4 176,045 6.6 1,771,676 7.0
30-34 years 545 7.8 196,312 7.4 1,853,085 7.3
35-39 years 641 9.2 200,904 7.6 1,838,822 7.2
40-44 years 587 8.4 178,589 6.7 1,648,843 6.5
45-49 years 506 7.2 174,632 6.6 1,635,963 6.4
50-54 years 433 6.2 173,622 6.5 1,610,944 6.3
55-59 years 343 4.9 162,778 6.1 1,541,911 6.1
60-64 years 319 4.6 150,667 5.7 1,468,097 5.8
65-69 years 276 3.9 132,186 5.0 1,298,460 5.1
70-74 years 180 2.6 115,196 4.3 1,160,768 4.6
75-79 years 119 1.7 78,012 2.9 821,920 3.2
80-84 years 57 0.8 53,115 2.0 554,598 2.2
85 years and over 30 0.4 50,106 1.9 542,342 2.1

More information on Age (AGEP)
Table based on place of usual residence

Registered marital status
People aged 15 years and over
Hocking % Hocking Western Australia % Western Australia Australia % Australia
Married 2,766 51.6 1,018,971 47.3 9,665,708 46.5
Separated 175 3.3 71,509 3.3 674,590 3.2
Divorced 384 7.2 190,493 8.8 1,831,952 8.8
Widowed 153 2.9 95,601 4.4 1,029,142 5.0
Never married 1,884 35.1 777,668 36.1 7,583,393 36.5

Note: In December 2017, amendments to the Marriage Act 1961 came into effect enabling marriage equality for all couples. For 2021, registered marriages include all couples.

More information on Registered marital status (MSTP)
Table based on place of usual residence

Social marital status
People aged 15 years and over, usually resident and present in the household on Census night
Hocking % Hocking Western Australia % Western Australia Australia % Australia
Registered marriage (a) 2,590 51.4 899,167 47.4 8,747,135 46.6
De facto marriage (b) 623 12.4 230,618 12.2 2,168,351 11.5
Not married 1,824 36.2 766,278 40.4 7,863,327 41.9

(a) In December 2017, amendments to the Marriage Act 1961 came into effect enabling marriage equality for all couples. For 2021, registered marriages include all couples.
(b) De facto marriage is when two people live together as partners who are not in a registered marriage. It includes people who report de facto, partner, common law husband/wife/spouse, lover, girlfriend or boyfriend.

More information on Social marital status (MDCP)
Table based on place of usual residence

Education

Type of educational institution attending
People attending an educational institution
Hocking % Hocking Western Australia % Western Australia Australia % Australia
Preschool 139 6.3 45,452 5.6 484,185 6.3
Primary  null  null  null  null  null  null
Primary - Government 602 27.4 156,062 19.3 1,421,300 18.5
Primary - Catholic 111 5.1 36,691 4.5 396,758 5.2
Primary - other non-Government 51 2.3 29,429 3.6 254,043 3.3
Primary total (a) 756 34.5 222,555 27.6 2,075,224 27.0
Secondary  null  null  null  null  null  null
Secondary - Government 401 18.3 102,367 12.7 934,138 12.2
Secondary - Catholic 99 4.5 36,428 4.5 371,022 4.8
Secondary - other non-Government 84 3.8 36,831 4.6 322,314 4.2
Secondary total (b) 588 26.8 175,841 21.8 1,629,624 21.2
Tertiary  null  null  null  null  null  null
Tertiary - Vocational education (including TAFE and private training providers) 143 6.5 59,897 7.4 601,901 7.8
Tertiary - University or other higher education 256 11.7 112,067 13.9 1,185,450 15.4
Tertiary total (c) 397 18.1 172,239 21.3 1,789,994 23.3
Other 62 2.8 23,856 3.0 242,821 3.2
Not stated 244 11.1 167,197 20.7 1,456,618 19.0

(a) Includes Primary - not further defined.
(b) Includes Secondary - not further defined.
(c) Includes Tertiary - not further defined.

More information on Type of educational institution attending (TYPP)
Table based on place of usual residence

Level of highest educational attainment
People aged 15 years and over
Hocking % Hocking Western Australia % Western Australia Australia % Australia
Bachelor Degree level and above 1,143 21.3 513,667 23.8 5,464,631 26.3
Advanced Diploma and Diploma level 549 10.2 200,659 9.3 1,946,738 9.4
Certificate level IV 271 5.1 83,590 3.9 719,425 3.5
Certificate level III 921 17.2 298,459 13.9 2,617,766 12.6
Year 12 941 17.5 334,324 15.5 3,104,116 14.9
Year 11 295 5.5 107,799 5.0 958,803 4.6
Year 10 537 10.0 242,762 11.3 2,086,306 10.0
Certificate level II 5 0.1 1,044 0.0 13,687 0.1
Certificate level I 0 0.0 253 0.0 2,614 0.0
Year 9 or below 253 4.7 116,570 5.4 1,490,444 7.2
Inadequately described 139 2.6 54,719 2.5 506,259 2.4
No educational attainment 28 0.5 12,723 0.6 175,844 0.8
Not stated 274 5.1 187,134 8.7 1,694,773 8.2

More information on Level of highest educational attainment (HEAP)
Table based on place of usual residence

Cultural diversity

Ancestry, top responses
All people
Hocking % Hocking Western Australia % Western Australia Australia % Australia
English 2,734 39.1 1,000,796 37.6 8,385,928 33.0
Australian 2,184 31.3 789,282 29.7 7,596,753 29.9
Irish 612 8.8 233,323 8.8 2,410,833 9.5
Scottish 546 7.8 232,541 8.7 2,176,777 8.6
Italian 395 5.7 137,255 5.2 1,108,364 4.4

Note 1: Respondents had the option of reporting up to two ancestries on their Census form, and this is captured by the Ancestry multi response (ANCP) variable used in this table. Therefore, the sum of all ancestry responses for an area will not equal the total number of people in the area.
Note 2: Calculated percentages represent a proportion of the number of people in the area (including those who did not state an ancestry). In 2016 QuickStats percentages were based on total number of responses and will not be comparable to this table.

More information on Ancestry multi response (ANCP)
Table based on place of usual residence

Country of birth, top responses
All people
Hocking % Hocking Western Australia % Western Australia Australia % Australia
Australia 4,250 60.8 1,648,794 62.0 17,019,815 66.9
Other top responses:  null  null  null  null  null  null
England 682 9.8 196,885 7.4 927,490 3.6
South Africa 226 3.2 44,889 1.7 189,207 0.7
New Zealand 212 3.0 75,591 2.8 530,492 2.1
India 174 2.5 61,088 2.3 673,352 2.6
Philippines 135 1.9 37,524 1.4 293,892 1.2

More information on Country of birth of person (BPLP)
Table based on place of usual residence

Country of birth of parents
All people
Hocking % Hocking Western Australia % Western Australia Australia % Australia
Both parents born overseas 3,352 48.0 1,106,195 41.6 9,321,603 36.7
Father only born overseas 609 8.7 207,167 7.8 1,670,476 6.6
Mother only born overseas 483 6.9 165,635 6.2 1,257,942 4.9
Both parents born in Australia 2,290 32.8 1,008,229 37.9 11,663,577 45.9
Not stated 246 3.5 172,800 6.5 1,509,188 5.9

Note: For the 2021 Census, guidance was provided to respondents on how to answer for mother/father if their birth parent is unknown or they have same-sex parents.

More information on Country of birth of parents (BPPP)
Table based on place of usual residence

Country of birth of father, top stated responses
All people
Hocking % Hocking Western Australia % Western Australia Australia % Australia
Australia 2,781 39.8 1,177,291 44.3 12,959,282 51.0
England 1,130 16.2 323,400 12.2 1,626,778 6.4
New Zealand 301 4.3 101,529 3.8 673,661 2.6
India 288 4.1 91,478 3.4 935,066 3.7
South Africa 259 3.7 52,810 2.0 229,259 0.9

Note: For the 2021 Census, guidance was provided to respondents on how to answer for father if their birth parent is unknown or they have same-sex parents.

More information on Country of birth of father (BPMP)
Table based on place of usual residence

Country of birth of mother, top stated responses
All people
Hocking % Hocking Western Australia % Western Australia Australia % Australia
Australia 2,910 41.6 1,220,120 45.9 13,383,605 52.6
England 1,071 15.3 306,911 11.5 1,488,479 5.9
New Zealand 295 4.2 95,298 3.6 650,743 2.6
India 275 3.9 89,467 3.4 917,541 3.6
South Africa 252 3.6 54,397 2.0 231,248 0.9

Note: For the 2021 Census, guidance was provided to respondents on how to answer for mother if their birth parent is unknown or they have same-sex parents.

More information on Country of birth of mother (BPFP)
Table based on place of usual residence

Religious affiliation, top responses
All people
Hocking % Hocking Western Australia % Western Australia Australia % Australia
No Religion, so described 3,050 43.7 1,130,094 42.5 9,767,448 38.4
Catholic 1,460 20.9 496,847 18.7 5,075,907 20.0
Anglican 603 8.6 269,583 10.1 2,496,273 9.8
Not stated 316 4.5 200,210 7.5 1,751,052 6.9
Christian, nfd 262 3.7 89,919 3.4 688,440 2.7

Note: 'No Religion, so described' does not include those who reported Secular and Other Spiritual Beliefs such as Atheism, Agnosticism and Own Spiritual Beliefs.

In Hocking, Secular Beliefs and Other Spiritual Beliefs and No Religious Affiliation was the largest broad group religious group reported overall (46.0%) (excludes Not stated). The broad group level is the highest and most general level of the Australian Standard Classification of Religious Groups, 2016.

Note: 'Secular Beliefs and Other Spiritual Beliefs and No Religious Affiliation', comprises entities which are identifiable and useful groupings which, while not satisfying the criteria of a religion, are necessary to enable the capture of the full range of responses to questions on religious affiliation.

More information on Religious affiliation (RELP)
Table based on place of usual residence

Language used at home, top responses (other than English)
All people
Hocking % Hocking Western Australia % Western Australia Australia % Australia
Gujarati 126 1.8 10,105 0.4 81,334 0.3
Afrikaans 105 1.5 14,729 0.6 49,375 0.2
Vietnamese 93 1.3 22,763 0.9 320,758 1.3
Mandarin 81 1.2 51,751 1.9 685,274 2.7
Tagalog 65 0.9 17,313 0.7 131,195 0.5
 null  null  null  null  null  null  null
English only used at home 5,434 77.8 2,002,771 75.3 18,303,662 72.0
 null  null  null  null  null  null  null
Households where a non-English language is used 523 22.1 204,514 21.2 2,295,688 24.8

More information on Language used at home (LANP)
Languages used at home data is based on place of usual residence
Households where a non-English language is used is based on place of enumeration

Income and work

Participation in the labour force
People aged 15 years and over
Hocking % Hocking Western Australia % Western Australia Australia % Australia
In the labour force 3,913 73.0 1,376,251 63.9 12,695,853 61.1
Not in the labour force 1,254 23.4 641,842 29.8 6,888,081 33.1
Not stated 201 3.7 136,153 6.3 1,200,851 5.8

Note 1: Calculated percentages represent a proportion of people aged 15 and over in the area.
Note 2: The ABS Labour Force Survey provides the official estimates of Australia's labour force. More information is provided in Comparing 2021 Census and Labour Force Survey.

More information on Labour force status (LFSP)
Table based on place of usual residence

Employment status
People who reported being in the labour force, aged 15 years and over
Hocking % Hocking Western Australia % Western Australia Australia % Australia
Worked full-time 2,340 59.8 786,345 57.1 7,095,103 55.9
Worked part-time 1,190 30.4 439,984 32.0 3,962,550 31.2
Away from work (a) 218 5.6 79,916 5.8 991,758 7.8
Unemployed 167 4.3 70,001 5.1 646,442 5.1

Note 1: Calculated percentages represent a proportion of people aged 15 and over who reported being in the labour force in the area.
Note 2: The ABS Labour Force Survey provides the official estimates of Australia's labour force. More information is provided in Comparing 2021 Census and Labour Force Survey.

(a) Counts employed people who reported 0 hours of work the week before the Census or did not state their hours of work.

More information on Labour force status (LFSP)
Table based on place of usual residence

Employment, hours worked
Employed people aged 15 years and over
Hocking % Hocking Western Australia % Western Australia Australia % Australia
0 hours (away from work) 152 4.1 58,597 4.5 787,382 6.5
1-19 hours 509 13.6 189,147 14.5 1,681,120 14.0
20-29 hours 417 11.1 152,870 11.7 1,373,403 11.4
30-34 hours 264 7.0 97,968 7.5 908,031 7.5
35-39 hours 733 19.6 235,122 18.0 2,487,056 20.6
40-44 hours 797 21.3 255,631 19.6 2,448,402 20.3
45 hours or more 818 21.8 295,596 22.6 2,159,645 17.9

Note: Records the number of hours worked in all jobs held during the week before Census Night for employed people aged 15 years and over. This excludes any time off but includes any overtime or extra time worked.

More information on Hours worked (HRSP)
Table based on place of usual residence

Occupation, top responses
Employed people aged 15 years and over
Hocking % Hocking Western Australia % Western Australia Australia % Australia
Professionals 746 19.9 287,009 22.0 2,886,921 24.0
Technicians and Trades Workers 636 17.0 199,379 15.3 1,554,313 12.9
Clerical and Administrative Workers 506 13.5 157,610 12.1 1,525,311 12.7
Community and Personal Service Workers 472 12.6 154,341 11.8 1,382,205 11.5
Managers 424 11.3 160,687 12.3 1,645,769 13.7
Sales Workers 312 8.3 101,670 7.8 986,433 8.2
Labourers 310 8.3 122,961 9.4 1,086,120 9.0
Machinery Operators and Drivers 276 7.4 100,392 7.7 755,863 6.3

More information on Occupation (OCCP)
Table based on place of usual residence

Industry of employment, top responses
Employed people aged 15 years and over
Hocking % Hocking Western Australia % Western Australia Australia % Australia
Hospitals (except Psychiatric Hospitals) 166 4.4 54,823 4.2 545,158 4.5
Primary Education 116 3.1 33,954 2.6 265,249 2.2
Iron Ore Mining 96 2.6 38,038 2.9 42,728 0.4
Supermarket and Grocery Stores 91 2.4 31,523 2.4 299,810 2.5
Takeaway Food Services 90 2.4 25,147 1.9 232,691 1.9

More information on Industry of employment (INDP)
Table based on place of usual residence

Median weekly incomes (a)
People aged 15 years and over
Hocking % Hocking Western Australia % Western Australia Australia % Australia
Personal (b) $956 N/A $848 N/A $805 N/A
Family (c) $2,434 N/A $2,214 N/A $2,120 N/A
Household (d) $2,234 N/A $1,815 N/A $1,746 N/A

(a) Incomes are collected in ranges. The medians are then calculated using information from the Survey of Income and Housing.
(b) Excludes people aged 15 years and over who did not state their income.
(c) Excludes families where at least one family member aged 15 years and over did not state their income.
(d) Excludes households where at least one household member aged 15 years and over did not state their income.

More information on Total personal income (INCP), Total family income (FINF), Total household income (HIND)
Personal income data is based on place of usual residence
Family and household income data is based on place of enumeration

Method of travel to work on the day of the Census, top responses
Employed people aged 15 years and over
Hocking % Hocking Western Australia % Western Australia Australia % Australia
Car, as driver 2,497 66.7 810,960 62.1 6,347,498 52.7
Car, as passenger 159 4.2 60,341 4.6 466,904 3.9
Train 68 1.8 23,081 1.8 170,326 1.4
Train, car as driver 61 1.6 9,083 0.7 31,148 0.3
Bus 34 0.9 37,489 2.9 175,085 1.5
 null  null  null  null  null  null  null
Did not go to work 437 11.7 152,794 11.7 1,417,449 11.8
Worked at home 263 7.0 98,289 7.5 2,531,262 21.0
 null  null  null  null  null  null  null
People who travelled to work by public transport (a) 243 6.5 96,779 7.4 554,711 4.6
People who travelled to work by car as driver or passenger (b) 2,777 74.1 898,942 68.8 6,961,762 57.8

Note: Respondents had the option to report up to three methods of travel to work on the day of the Census.

(a) Includes people who used public transport (train, bus, ferry, tram/light rail), as at least one of their methods of travel to work on Census day.
(b) Includes people who travelled by car (as a driver, or as a passenger), as at least one of their methods of travel to work on Census day.

More information on Method of travel to work (MTWP)
Table based on place of usual residence

Unpaid work and care

Unpaid work and care
People aged 15 years and over
Hocking % Hocking Western Australia % Western Australia Australia % Australia
Did unpaid domestic work (week before Census Night) 3,800 70.9 1,463,667 67.9 14,077,657 67.7
Provided unpaid care for child/children (during two weeks before Census Night) 1,875 35.0 614,554 28.5 5,471,756 26.3
Provided unpaid assistance to a person with a disability, health condition or due to old age (during two weeks before Census Night) 539 10.0 231,378 10.7 2,476,681 11.9
Did voluntary work through an organisation or group (last 12 months) 717 13.4 343,566 15.9 2,933,646 14.1

More information on Unpaid domestic work (DOMP), Unpaid child care (CHCAREP), Unpaid assistance to a person with a disability, health condition, or due to old age (UNCAREP), Voluntary work for an organisation or group (VOLWP)
Table based on place of usual residence

Unpaid domestic work, number of hours
People aged 15 years and over
Hocking % Hocking Western Australia % Western Australia Australia % Australia
Less than 5 hours 1,238 23.1 447,351 20.8 4,117,135 19.8
5 to 14 hours 1,565 29.2 583,533 27.1 5,663,904 27.3
15 to 29 hours 573 10.7 245,381 11.4 2,511,024 12.1
30 hours or more 423 7.9 187,413 8.7 1,785,591 8.6

Note: Measures the time spent during the week before the Census doing domestic work without pay for themselves and their household.

More information on Unpaid domestic work: number of hours (DOMP)
Table based on place of usual residence

Health

Type of long-term health condition
All people
Hocking % Hocking Western Australia % Western Australia Australia % Australia
Arthritis 398 5.7 202,847 7.6 2,150,396 8.5
Asthma 465 6.7 195,300 7.3 2,068,020 8.1
Cancer (including remission) 134 1.9 72,864 2.7 732,152 2.9
Dementia (including Alzheimer's) 14 0.2 17,612 0.7 189,162 0.7
Diabetes (excluding gestational diabetes) 256 3.7 117,182 4.4 1,198,721 4.7
Heart disease (including heart attack or angina) 175 2.5 94,523 3.6 999,096 3.9
Kidney disease 42 0.6 20,352 0.8 231,777 0.9
Lung condition (including COPD or emphysema) 67 1.0 42,087 1.6 441,109 1.7
Mental health condition (including depression or anxiety) 474 6.8 220,581 8.3 2,231,543 8.8
Stroke 31 0.4 21,573 0.8 234,609 0.9
Any other long-term health condition(s) 475 6.8 196,431 7.4 2,041,929 8.0
No long-term health condition(s) 4,762 68.2 1,629,249 61.2 15,292,718 60.2
Not stated 429 6.1 235,428 8.9 2,066,251 8.1

Note 1: Respondents had the option of reporting multiple long-term health conditions. Therefore, the sum of all long-term health condition responses for an area will not equal the total number of people in the area.
Note 2: Calculated percentages represent a proportion of the number of people in the area (including those who did not answer the long-term health conditions question).

More information on Type of long-term health condition (LTHP)
Table based on place of usual residence

Count of selected long-term health conditions
All people
Hocking % Hocking Western Australia % Western Australia Australia % Australia
None of the selected conditions 5,059 72.4 1,730,753 65.1 16,302,537 64.1
One condition 1,104 15.8 483,681 18.2 4,791,516 18.8
Two conditions 285 4.1 142,068 5.3 1,490,344 5.9
Three or more conditions 107 1.5 68,082 2.6 772,142 3.0
Not stated 429 6.1 235,428 8.9 2,066,251 8.1

Note: Selected long-term health conditions include arthritis, asthma, cancer (including remission), dementia (including Alzheimer's), diabetes (excluding gestational diabetes), heart disease (including heart attack or angina), kidney disease, lung condition (including COPD or emphysema), mental health condition (including depression or anxiety) and stroke. Other long-term health conditions are not included in this count.

More information on Count of selected long-term health conditions (CLTHP)
Table based on place of usual residence

Australian Defence Force service

Australian Defence Force Service
People aged 15 years and over
Hocking % Hocking Western Australia % Western Australia Australia % Australia
Currently serving 11 0.2 6,905 0.3 84,865 0.4
Previously served (and not currently serving) 102 1.9 55,507 2.6 496,276 2.4
Has never served 5,035 93.9 1,948,313 90.4 18,954,152 91.2
Not stated 211 3.9 143,513 6.7 1,249,493 6.0

Note: Australian Defence Force Service includes service in the Regular and/or Reserves service. Includes Royal Australian Navy, Australian Army, Royal Australian Air Force, Second Australian Imperial Force, National Service and NORFORCE. Excludes service for non-Australian defence forces.

More information on Australian Defence Force service (ADFP)
Table based on place of usual residence

Families

Family composition
All families
Hocking % Hocking Western Australia % Western Australia Australia % Australia
Couple family without children 613 30.8 272,493 38.8 2,608,834 38.8
Couple family with children 1,058 53.2 313,666 44.6 2,944,140 43.7
One parent family 288 14.5 106,035 15.1 1,068,268 15.9
Other family 29 1.5 10,930 1.6 108,941 1.6

More information on Family composition (FMCF)
Table based on place of enumeration

Single (or lone) parents
Proportion of the total single (or lone) parent population
Hocking % Hocking Western Australia % Western Australia Australia % Australia
Male N/A 23.6 N/A 20.1 N/A 19.6
Female N/A 75.0 N/A 79.9 N/A 80.4

More information on Sex of lone parent (SLPP)
Table based on place of enumeration

Employment status of couple families
Couple families where parents or partners were aged 15 years and over
Hocking % Hocking Western Australia % Western Australia Australia % Australia
Both employed, worked full-time 440 26.4 124,472 21.2 1,234,626 22.2
Both employed, worked part-time 49 2.9 25,708 4.4 264,182 4.8
One employed full-time, one part-time 463 27.7 136,018 23.2 1,155,042 20.8
One employed full-time, other not working 202 12.1 78,931 13.5 692,497 12.5
One employed part-time, other not working 60 3.6 33,022 5.6 339,960 6.1
Both not working 207 12.4 102,945 17.6 1,163,744 21.0
Other 114 6.8 36,730 6.3 449,640 8.1
Labour force status not stated 141 8.4 48,325 8.2 253,286 4.6

Note: The ABS Labour Force Survey provides the official estimates of Australia's labour force. More information is provided in Comparing 2021 Census and Labour Force Survey.

More information on Labour force status of parents/partners in families (LFSF)
Table based on place of enumeration

Dwellings

Dwelling count
Private dwellings (excl. visitor only and other non-classifiable households)
Hocking % Hocking Western Australia % Western Australia Australia % Australia
Occupied private dwellings 2,362 96.4 964,734 89.1 9,275,217 89.9
Unoccupied private dwellings 84 3.4 118,109 10.9 1,043,776 10.1

More information on Dwelling type (DWTD)
Table based on place of enumeration

Dwelling structure
Occupied private dwellings (excl. visitor only and other non-classifiable households)
Hocking % Hocking Western Australia % Western Australia Australia % Australia
Separate house 2,200 93.1 769,038 79.7 6,710,582 72.3
Semi-detached, row or terrace house, townhouse etc 161 6.8 125,450 13.0 1,168,860 12.6
Flat or apartment 0 0.0 62,360 6.5 1,319,095 14.2
Other dwelling 0 0.0 5,858 0.6 54,711 0.6

More information on Dwelling structure (STRD)
Table based on place of enumeration

Number of bedrooms
Occupied private dwellings (excl. visitor only and other non-classifiable households)
Hocking % Hocking Western Australia % Western Australia Australia % Australia
None (includes studio apartments or bedsitters) 0 0.0 2,557 0.3 44,864 0.5
1 bedroom 7 0.3 35,236 3.7 488,681 5.3
2 bedrooms 18 0.8 121,450 12.6 1,768,530 19.1
3 bedrooms 646 27.3 361,327 37.5 3,617,803 39.0
4 or more bedrooms 1,664 70.4 431,241 44.7 3,224,351 34.8
Number of bedrooms not stated 30 1.3 12,919 1.3 130,989 1.4
 null  null  null  null  null  null  null
Average number of bedrooms per dwelling 3.8 N/A 3.3 N/A 3.1 N/A
Average number of people per household 2.9 N/A 2.5 N/A 2.5 N/A

More information on Number of bedrooms in a private dwelling (BEDD), Number of persons usually resident in dwelling (NPRD)
Table based on place of enumeration

Number of registered motor vehicles
Occupied private dwellings (excl. visitor only and other non-classifiable households)
Hocking % Hocking Western Australia % Western Australia Australia % Australia
None 30 1.3 47,107 4.9 673,969 7.3
1 motor vehicle 635 26.9 327,859 34.0 3,353,737 36.2
2 motor vehicles 1,132 48.0 376,783 39.1 3,366,738 36.3
3 or more vehicles 533 22.6 199,811 20.7 1,745,924 18.8
Number of motor vehicles not stated 27 1.1 13,179 1.4 134,848 1.5

Note: Motor vehicles excludes motorbikes, motor scooters and heavy motor vehicles.

More information on Number of registered motor vehicles (VEHD)
Table based on place of enumeration

Housing

Household composition
Occupied private dwellings (excl. visitor only and other non-classifiable households)
Hocking % Hocking Western Australia % Western Australia Australia % Australia
Family households 1,933 81.9 686,949 71.2 6,542,648 70.5
Single (or lone) person households 380 16.1 245,193 25.4 2,370,742 25.6
Group households 48 2.0 32,591 3.4 361,822 3.9

More information on Household composition (HHCD)
Table based on place of enumeration

Tenure type
Occupied private dwellings (excl. visitor only and other non-classifiable households)
Hocking % Hocking Western Australia % Western Australia Australia % Australia
Owned outright 471 19.9 281,327 29.2 2,872,331 31.0
Owned with a mortgage (a) 1,488 63.0 385,629 40.0 3,242,449 35.0
Rented (b) 361 15.3 263,826 27.3 2,842,378 30.6
Other tenure type (c) 18 0.8 20,648 2.1 181,518 2.0
Tenure type not stated 29 1.2 13,303 1.4 136,538 1.5

(a) Includes dwellings purchased under a shared equity scheme.
(b) Excludes dwellings being occupied rent-free, this is not comparable to 2016 QuickStats data.
(c) Comprises dwellings occupied rent free, occupied under a life tenure scheme and other tenure type.

More information on Tenure type (TEND)
Table based on place of enumeration

Household income
Occupied private dwellings (excl. visitor only and other non-classifiable households)
Hocking % Hocking Western Australia % Western Australia Australia % Australia
Less than $650 total household weekly income (a) N/A 8.7 N/A 16.3 N/A 16.5
More than $3,000 total household weekly income (a) N/A 29.3 N/A 25.6 N/A 24.3

(a) Percentages (%) exclude dwellings with 'Partial income stated' or 'All incomes not stated.'

More information on Total household income (weekly) (HIND)
Table based on place of enumeration

Rent weekly payments
Occupied private dwellings (excl. visitor only and other non-classifiable households) being rented
Hocking % Hocking Western Australia % Western Australia Australia % Australia
Median rent (a) 400 N/A 340 N/A 375 N/A
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Renter households where rent payments are less than or equal to 30% of household income (b) 192 53.2 157,934 59.9 1,667,080 58.7
Renter households with rent payments greater than 30% of household income (b) 115 31.9 74,615 28.3 915,317 32.2
Unable to determine (c) 55 15.2 31,280 11.9 259,992 9.1

(a) Median rent calculations exclude dwellings being occupied rent-free, this is not comparable to 2016 QuickStats data.
(b) This is not comparable with historical QuickStats, as applicable households included in this calculation have changed. For details on how Household income is derived please refer to RAID.
(c) Unable to determine includes those households in which income and/or housing costs were not, or were only partially stated, by persons in the household.

More information on Rent payments (weekly) (RNTD), Rent affordability indicator (RAID)
Table based on place of enumeration

Mortgage monthly repayments
Occupied private dwellings (excl. visitor only and other non-classifiable households) owned with a mortgage or purchased under a shared equity scheme
Hocking % Hocking Western Australia % Western Australia Australia % Australia
Median mortgage repayments 1,965 N/A 1,842 N/A 1,863 N/A
 null  null  null  null  null  null  null
Owner with mortgage households where mortgage repayments are less than or equal to 30% of household income (a) 1,087 73.1 277,901 72.1 2,398,902 74.0
Owner with mortgage households with mortgage repayments greater than 30% of household income (a) 200 13.4 50,192 13.0 468,817 14.5
Unable to determine (b) 197 13.2 57,539 14.9 374,734 11.6

(a) This is not comparable with historical QuickStats, as applicable households included in this calculation have changed. For details on how Household income is derived please refer to MAID.
(b) Unable to determine includes those households in which income and/or housing costs were not, or were only partially stated, by persons in the household.

More information on Mortgage repayments (monthly) (MRED), Mortgage affordability indicator (MAID)
Table based on place of enumeration

Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples

People characteristics
Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people
Hocking % Hocking Western Australia % Western Australia Australia % Australia
Male 36 48.0 44,716 50.4 403,709 49.7
Female 39 52.0 43,985 49.6 409,025 50.3
 null  null  null  null  null  null  null
Median age 21 N/A 24 N/A 24 N/A

More information on Sex (SEXP), Indigenous status (INGP)
Table based on place of usual residence

Dwelling characteristics
Occupied private dwellings (excl. visitor only and other non-classifiable households) where at least one person was Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander
Hocking % Hocking Western Australia % Western Australia Australia % Australia
Average number of people per household 3.3 N/A 3.2 N/A 3.1 N/A
Average number of people per bedroom 0.9 N/A 1 N/A 1 N/A
Median weekly household income (a) 2,083 N/A 1,480 N/A 1,507 N/A

(a) Excludes households where at least one person aged 15 years and over in the household did not state their income.

More information on Number of bedrooms in a private dwelling (BEDD), Household composition (HHCD), Total household income (HIND), Indigenous household indicator (INGDWTD)
Table based on place of enumeration

Mortgage and rent
Occupied private dwellings (excl. visitor only and other non-classifiable households) where at least one person was Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander
Hocking % Hocking Western Australia % Western Australia Australia % Australia
Median weekly rent (a) 385 N/A 260 N/A 300 N/A
Median monthly mortgage repayments 2,210 N/A 1,733 N/A 1,721 N/A

(a) Median rent calculations exclude dwellings being occupied rent-free, this is not comparable to 2016 QuickStats data.

More information on Rent weekly payments (RNTD), Mortgage monthly repayments (MRED), Indigenous household indicator (INGDWTD)
Table based on place of enumeration

Please note that there are small random adjustments made to all cell values to protect the confidentiality of data. These adjustments may cause the sum of rows or columns to differ by small amounts from table totals.