Chelmer  Rent
About Chelmer
Chelmer postcode 4068
Median Rent ($/Weekly):* 330
Median Housing Loan Repayment ($/Weekly): 1800
Average Household Size: 2.8
Average Number of Persons Per Bedroom: 1
Household Fully Owned Percentage: 41.8
Household Rented Percentage: 19.2
Family Household Percentage: 73.9
Total Persons : 2560
Total Males : 1267
Total Femals : 1293
Age Group (0-4 years) : 155
Age Group (5-14 years) 360
65 Years Over:
Median Age of Persons 38
Persons born overseas 408
Main Country of birth which is not Australia: England
No of people of Main Country of birth which is not Australia : 136
No of People Married : 1083
Married Percentage: 52.9
Labour Force: 1317
Employed Fulltime: 809
Employed Full Time Percentage: 61.4
Main Occupation: Professionals
Number of Main Occupation: 514
Main Occupation Percentage: 40.2
Main Industry of Employment: Legal and Accounting Services
Main Industry of Employment Numbers: 71
Main Industry of Employment Percentage: 5.6
Median Individual Income ($/Weekly): 702
Median Household Income ($/Weekly) : 1706
Median Family Income ($/Weekly): 2144
Number of Families: 657
Number of Families With Children: 336
Total Private Dwellings: 945
Chelmer is an inner suburb of Brisbane, Australia located 7 km west of the Brisbane CBD on the Brisbane River.

Chelmer is zoned as a residential area, and consists of low-density housing. It has many fine Queenslanders, characterised by wooden verandahs, wide stairways and roofing of galvanized iron, but in recent years solid brick homes have been built also. It suffered badly from the 2011 Queensland floods, with many homes submerged by the rising river. Laurel Avenue is considered one of the most prestigious addresses in Brisbane by some, for the reason that large portions of the avenue are overhung by large camphor laurel (Cinnamomum camphora) trees (some over a hundred years old).

The Camphor Laurel trees have been declared a noxious weed by the Brisbane City Council, as their roots actively seek underground sewage pipes. (Source: Wiki)
* Median Rent is based on data from the most recent Australian suburb survey.
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