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    Higgins (ACT 2615) Suburb Information

Suburb History

Name

The suburb is named after Henry Bournes Higgins (1851-1929). He won a seat of Geelong in 1894 and attended as Member of Federal Convention 1897-1898. Attorney-General in 1904, Justice of the High Court from 1906-29 and was famous for his ruling which established the principle of a basic wage.

Street Naming Theme

Streets in Higgins are named after Judges, from Richard Ashburner (1904-1963), Judge of the Commonwealth Court of Conciliation and Arbitration to James Francis Brazel (1906-1961), Judge of the Supreme Court of South Australia.

Sales History for Higgins (ACT 2615)

Yearly Sales Information

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

Other Sales History Information

Median Sales Prices for Higgins (ACT 2615)

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 Higgins (ACT 2615)

Average Age 37 years
Population 3,091

Dwelling Structure

 Houses 92.0%
 Townhouses 7.5%
 Flats & Units 0.5%
 Other 0.0%

Nature of Occupancy

 Fully Own 30.9%
 Purchasing 44.6%
 Rent from Gov. 7.7%
 Rent Private 16.5%
 Other 0.4%

Monthly Home Loan Repayments

 $1 - $799 10.5%
 $800 - $1399 16.9%
 $1400 - $2399 40.0%
 $2400 - $2999 20.5%
 $3000+ 12.2%

Individual Weekly Income

 $0 - $399 30.6%
 $400 - $1249 41.1%
 $1250 - $1499 9.2%
 $1500 - $1999 13.3%
 $2000+ 5.7%

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