Townsville Community Profiles
Townsville Community Profiles provide a summary of key statistics from each Townsville electoral division including socio-demographics, diversity, employment, community and social infrastructure and social services. The profiles draw upon the latest data from council and the Australian Bureau of Statistics.
How many people live in Townsville? How many recently arrived? From where? How old are they? Where do they work? How much income do they have?
We provide this important demographic information, freely available for use by local businesses, potential investors, educational institutions, community groups, students and the general public.
Our community profile is a great tool for analysing the population characteristics of your community, understanding how they have changed over time and how they compare to other areas.
The social atlas presents key socio-demographic characteristics for the area as interactive maps.
The Townsville economic profile draws on a variety of economic data sources to profile the characteristics of the local economy, how it compares to other areas and how it is changing.
For more statistical data on the Townsville area, refer to the Queensland Office of Economic & Statistical Research's Regional Profiles website.
For more information on Demographic and Economic profiles call the Demographic and Social Planner on 13 48 10 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Community Profiles - Divisional
Local Government Area - Townsville Community Profile (PDF 247.4 KB)
Townsville City Council Local Government Area contains ten (10) Electoral Divisions and covers 3,376 square kilometres.
Division 1 - Townsville Community Profile (PDF 532.9 KB)
Division 1 incorporates following suburbs: Paluma, Crystal Creek, Matarnee, Balgal Beach, Rollingstone, Toomulla, Clemant, Bluewater, Bluewater Park, Blue Hills, Lynam, Hervey Range, Toolakea, Sanders Beach, Yabulu, Black River, Beach Holm, Bushland Beach, Mount Low, Burdell and the northern portions of Jensen and Deeragun.
Division 2 - Townsville Community Profile (PDF 528.1 KB)
Division 2 has a total area of 42.7 square kilometres and includes the following suburbs: Bushland Beach, Mount Low, Deeragun and Burdell.
Division 3 - Townsville Community Profile (PDF 528.8 KB)
Division 3 has a total area of 129.7 square kilometres and encompasses Bohle, Mount St John, Town Common, Shelly Beach, Pallarenda, Rowes Bay, Belgian Gardens, North Ward, Castle Hill, South Townsville, Magnetic Island and parts of Garbutt and Townsville City.
Division 4 - Townsville Community Profile (PDF 531.2 KB)
Division 4 contains the “Upper Ross River” suburbs of Rasmussen, Kelso,Pinnacles, Gumlow, Granite Vale, the southern portion of Condon, and Bohle Plains south of Hervey Range Road.
Division 5 - Townsville Community Profile (PDF 527.6 KB)
Division 5 has a total area of 13.5 square kilometres and encompasses Thuringowa Central and portions of Kirwan, Cranbrook and Mount Louisa.
Division 6 - Townsville Community Profile (PDF 527.9 KB)
Division 6 incorporates Douglas, Murray, Annandale and portions of Thuringowa Central, Kirwan and Condon.
Division 7 - Townsville Community Profile (PDF 528.4 KB)
Division 7 is 10.4k square kilometres in area and includes the suburbs of Heatley and portions of Mount Louisa, Kirwan, Cranbrook and Garbutt.
Division 8 - Townsville Community Profile (PDF 530.2 KB)
Division 8 has a land area of 15.6 square kilometres and includes the suburbs of Vincent and Aitkenvale and portions of Mount Louisa, Garbutt, Currajong, Gulliver and Mundingburra.
Division 9 - Townsville Community Profile (PDF 526.0 KB)
Division 9 is 13.3 square kilometres and includes the suburbs of West End, Hyde Park, Pimlico, Mysterton, Rosslea, Hermit Park and parts of Currajong, Gulliver, Mundingburra, Railway Estate and Townsville City.
Division 10 - Townsville Community Profile (PDF 530.2 KB)
Division 10 has a total area of 1,668 square kilometres and includes a large portion of Townsville’s rural landscape and the Ross River Dam. It includes the suburbs of Mount Stuart, Oak Valley, Roseneath, Wulguru, Idalia, Cluden, Stuart, Julago, Cape Cleveland, Nome, Alligator Creek, Brookhill, Mount Elliot, Toonpan, Ross River, Barringha, Woodstock, Majors Creek, Calcium, Reid River and parts of Railway Estate and Oonoonba.