Point Lookout  Postcode
About Point Lookout
Point Lookout postcode 4183
Total Persons : 669
Total Males : 354
Total Femals : 315
Age Group (0-4 years) : 38
Age Group (5-14 years) 79
65 Years Over:
Median Age of Persons 44
Persons born overseas 73
Main Country of birth which is not Australia: England
No of people of Main Country of birth which is not Australia : 22
No of People Married : 254
Married Percentage: 46
Labour Force: 311
Employed Fulltime: 159
Employed Full Time Percentage: 51.1
Main Occupation: Managers
Number of Main Occupation: 52
Main Occupation Percentage: 17.5
Main Industry of Employment: Accomodation
Main Industry of Employment Numbers: 36
Main Industry of Employment Percentage: 12.1
Median Individual Income ($/Weekly): 459
Median Household Income ($/Weekly) : 871
Median Family Income ($/Weekly): 1073
Number of Families: 161
Number of Families With Children: 57
Total Private Dwellings: 1061
Median Rent ($/Weekly):* 260
Median Housing Loan Repayment ($/Weekly): 1300
Average Household Size: 2.2
Average Number of Persons Per Bedroom: 1.1
Household Fully Owned Percentage: 30
Household Rented Percentage: 34.3
Family Household Percentage: 44.8
Point Lookout is a headland and small coastal village located on the eastern coast of North Stradbroke Island. To the north lies Cape Moreton and to the south the next major headland is Point Danger on the New South Wales/Queensland border. The other towns on the island are Dunwich and Amity Point.

The point was first sighted by James Cook in 1770. Point Lookout is an excellent fishing spot, as is Jumpinpin Channel on the south of the island. At the 2006 census, Point Lookout had a population of 669.

The area is mostly residential houses and tourist apartments built close to the beach and atop nearby ridges to take advantage of sweeping Pacific Ocean views. There are a few shops and a caravan park at Point Lookout. The public bar and hotel was redeveloped in 2006 / 2007 and there are now several other cafe's and restaurants in the area. (Source: Wiki)
* Median Rent is based on data from the most recent Australian suburb survey.
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