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|LGA(s)||Moreton Bay Region|
The northern boundary is aligned with Ningi Creek. Ningi Island is located in the north east where the Creek enters Pumicestone Passage. Ningi Creek Conservation Park has been established in the west of Ningi.
The main township of Ningi is located on Bribie Island Road. At the northern area of Ningi is a housing estate called Bribie Pines, mostly inhabited by the elderly. There are two other housing estates in the area: Grey Gums Estate located on the road out to Godwin Beach, and the newly developed Sandstone Lakes. It is surrounded by developments ranging from acreage to half acre blocks many of which are classified as rural residential as well as rural properties and state forests. It boasts a Medieval festival, WWII bunkers and an Aboriginal Bora ring. The origin of the suburb's name is from the Aboriginal Ningi Ningi group.
A vacuum sewerage system was installed by the Caboolture Shire (now Moreton Bay Regional) Council in 1998 to replace the septic systems originally used.
In the 2011 census, Ningi recorded a population of 3,687 people, 50.2% female and 49.8% male. The median age of the Ningi population was 37 years, the same as the national median. 76.4% of people living in Ningi were born in Australia. The other top responses for country of birth were England 5.7%, New Zealand 4.2%, Scotland 0.8%, Germany 0.6%, Papua New Guinea 0.5%. 90.9% of people spoke only English at home; the next most common languages were 0.3% Italian, 0.2% Afrikaans, 0.2% Dutch, 0.2% Mandarin, 0.2% Spanish.
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