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    Ngunnawal (ACT 2913) Suburb Information

Suburb History

Name

Ngunnawal was named after the Aboriginal tribe in the local district. The tribe consisted of 500 persons who lived as their ancestors had done for thousands of years, moving across the plains and into the mountain valleys in small groups of 20 to 30 to hunt and camp. Today, there are a number of families identifying Ngunnawal adding up to a total of 1000 people. These families are descendednot only from Ngunnawal with ‘tribal’ names, but also from early European settlers who came to the area after 1820.

Street Naming Theme

Street names in Ngunnawal are based on notable Aboriginal people and Aboriginal words.

Sales History for Ngunnawal (ACT 2913)

Yearly Sales Information

(Please note that sales history may not be available for every year.)

Other Sales History Information

Median Sales Prices for Ngunnawal (ACT 2913)

Graphs and tables are produced from data provided by the ACT Government.
  Median Property Price ($)   Median Unit Price ($)   Median Non-Unit Price ($)   Total Sales

Demographics for Ngunnawal (ACT 2913)

Average Age 33 years
Population 8,981

Dwelling Structure

 Houses 72.7%
 Townhouses 26.5%
 Flats & Units 0.8%
 Other 0.0%

Nature of Occupancy

 Fully Own 18.5%
 Purchasing 50.1%
 Rent from Gov. 5.0%
 Rent Private 26.1%
 Other 0.2%

Monthly Home Loan Repayments

 $1 - $799 9.9%
 $800 - $1399 16.7%
 $1400 - $2399 39.7%
 $2400 - $2999 17.8%
 $3000+ 15.9%

Individual Weekly Income

 $0 - $399 25.4%
 $400 - $1249 40.6%
 $1250 - $1499 11.0%
 $1500 - $1999 14.2%
 $2000+ 8.8%

Streets in Ngunnawal (ACT 2913)