4,056 (ABS 2016-17)
Distance from Sydney is 527kms in a north westerly direction.
Summers temperatures average 34.9º to 19.2° and winters 17.1º to 3.7°. The mean annual rainfall is 502mm. (BOM data)
The median price for a three bedroom house in Coonamble is $147,500. To rent the same property, the median price is $200.00 per week.
Coonamble’s main employment sector is in agriculture, forestry and fishing. This is followed by health care and social assistance, education and training, public administration and safety, retail, accommodation and food services and transport and postal and warehousing.
The Coonamble Shire is situated in the Orana region of New South Wales and encompasses the town of Coonamble together with the villages of Gulargambone and Quambone. The community takes a caring approach to its citizens providing services from pre-school through to aged care.
A full calendar of events is designed to keep people connected, involved and entertained all year round. A major highlight each year is the largest combined rodeo and camp draft in the southern hemisphere as well as wonderful opportunities to wine, dine and dance beside the Gulargambone Creek and in the betting ring at the Coonamble Racecourse. There are no water restrictions in Coonamble which enables gardeners and water sports enthusiasts to thrive in an otherwise dry climate.
In the sporting area there are a number of choices. Residents can play cricket, golf, little athletics, netball, rugby league, rugby union, soccer, swim, tennis, touch football and water ski. There are also clay target, pistol, pony, equestrian and polocrosse clubs.
Coonamble has several pre-schools, one public and one Catholic primary schools and a high school. There is a Central (K-12) School in Gulargambone. There are public schools in Avoca, Quambone and Rosewood. There is a campus of the Western Institute of TAFE.
Health is well catered for with access to a medical centre, pharmacy, a Community Health Service providing various therapies, together with nurses for mental health, womens issues, and child and family health nurses. There is a multi-purpose centre (hospital) and a nursing home.
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Housing Data: Sourced from www.realestate.com.au current as at 7/18.
Careers Data: Sourced from ABS.
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