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Maxwelton is located in west Queensland and has a population of around 110 (57.5% male, 42.5% female). Around 22 families live in the area and of those 31.8% have one or more children under the age of 15. 0.0% of families have only a single parent while 27.3% of couples have no children. Maxwelton covers an area of approximately 928667 hectares or around 9287 square kilometres (km2) (2294785 acres).
The most common income bracket for people living in Maxwelton is between $400-$599 per week (22.2% of people). 3.7% have no income and high income earners ($2000 or more per week) account for 0.0% of the population.
Of the 38 private dwellings in Maxwelton 34% are owned outright by their occupiers, 11% are being purchased (eg. by mortgage) and 42% are being rented. On average there are around 2.8 people per private dwelling in the area. The composition of occupied private dwellings in Maxwelton is as follows: 100.0% separate houses, 0.0% semi-detached houses (eg. townhouses, row or terrace houses), 0.0% flats (including units and apartments).
In terms of people aged 15 years or more living in Maxwelton 49% are married, 18% are divorced, none are separated, none are widowed and 33% have never married.
The postcode for Maxwelton is 4816.
Neighbouring suburbs/regional areas of Maxwelton include Albion, Croydon, Julia Creek and Richmond.
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