Glen Innes Severn:
8,924 (ABS 2016-17)
The median price for a three bedroom house in Glen Innes is $210,000. To rent the same property, the median price is $250.00 per week.
Distance from Sydney 577kms in a northerly direction.
Summer temperatures average 25.5° to 13.5°and winters 12.6° to .8°. The mean annual rainfall is 841mm. (BOM data)
The major employment is to be found in the agriculture, forestry and fishing sector followed by health care and social assistance, retail trade, accommodation and food services, education and training and public administration and safety.
Glen Innes is in the heart of a picturesque shire set in the Northern Tablelands area of New South Wales. Other villages in the Shire include Emmaville, Deepwater and Glencoe.
Immerse yourself in the history and Sottish heritage of the area by visiting the Australian Standing Stones, a megalithic array, like those around which the ancient Celts danced. In May the heritage is celebrated with the Australian Celtic Festival, a magnet for visitors from everywhere. Due to the proliferation of semi and precious stones in the area, a fossicking, gem and jewellery sale called Minerama has been held in Glen Innes in March for over 20 years.
A wide range of sport and recreation is available in Glen Innes. Some of them include basketball, bowls, cricket, equestrian, fishing, netball, rugby union, rugby league, clay target shooting and swimming.
Education is well covered with several pre-schools, one public and one Catholic primary and one high school in the town. Additionally there are primary schools in Deepwater, Red Range and Wytaliba and a Central School (K-12) in Emmaville. Additionally both the New England Community College and New England Institute of TAFE have branches in the town.
There are several GP practices in Glen Innes as well as the co-located Community Health Service and Glen Innes hospital. Allied health services can be accessed from this facility. The area is also well serviced in the nursing home sector.
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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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