New South Wales
Location in New South Wales
|• Density||1.02867/km2 (2.6642/sq mi)|
|Area||4,395 km2 (1,696.9 sq mi)|
|Council seat||Guyra (Bradley Street)|
|State electorate(s)||Northern Tablelands|
|Federal Division(s)||New England|
- were 1,132 wage and salary earners (ranked 138th in New South Wales and 449th in Australia, less than 0.1% of both New South Wales's 2,558,415 and Australia's 7,831,856)
- was a total income of $34,158,480 (around $34 million) (ranked 140th in New South Wales and 456th in Australia, less than 0.1% of both New South Wales's $107,179,688,262 (around $107 billion) and Australia's $304,034,755,876 (around $304 billion))
- was an estimated average income per wage and salary earner of $30,175 (ranked 151st in New South Wales and 501st in Australia, 73% of New South Wales's $41,407 and 78% of Australia's $38,820)
- was an estimated median income per wage and salary earner of $28,425 (ranked 138th in New South Wales and 459th in Australia, 80% of New South Wales's $35,479 and 83% of Australia's $34,149).
- were 4,478 people as at 30 June 2006, the 131st largest Local Government Area in New South Wales. It was equal to less than 0.1% of the New South Wales population of 6,827,694
- was an increase of 21 people over the year to 30 June 2006, the 119th largest population growth in a Local Government Area in New South Wales. It was equal to less than 0.1% of the 58,753 increase in the population of New South Wales
- was, in percentage terms, an increase of 0.5% in the number of people over the year to 30 June 2006, the 101st fastest growth in population of a Local Government Area in New South Wales. In New South Wales the population grew by 0.9%
- was an increase in population over the 10 years to 30 June 2006 of 4 people or less than 0.1% (less than 0.1% in annual average terms), the 103rd highest rate of a Local Government Area in New South Wales. In New South Wales the population grew by 622,966 or 10% (1.0% in annual average terms) over the same period.
Main towns and villages
Current composition and election method
Guyra Shire Council is composed of six councillors elected proportionally. The shire is divided into three wards, each electing two councillors. The mayor is not directly elected. The current makeup of the council is as follows:
|Independents and Unaffiliated||6|
The current council, elected in 2008, is:
|A Ward||Audrey McArdle||Unaffiliated|
|B Ward||Dot Vickery||Unaffiliated|
|C Ward||Bruce Howlett||Unaffiliated|
|Shane Davidson||Independent||Deputy Mayor|
- Australian Bureau of Statistics (30 March 2010). "Regional Population Growth, Australia, 2008–09". Retrieved 3 June 2010.
- "Guyra Shire Council". Department of Local Government. Retrieved 2006-12-03.
- "Regional Wage and Salary Earner Statistics, Australia (catalogue no.: 5673.055.003)". Australian Bureau of Statistics. Retrieved 2007-03-11.
- "Regional Population Growth, Australia, 2005-06 (catalogue no.: 3218.0)". Australian Bureau of Statistics. Retrieved 2007-03-12.
- "Guyra Shire Council". 2008 Election results. Electoral Commission NSW. Retrieved 2009-06-17.[dead link]