Griffith  Suburb
About Griffith
Griffith postcode 2603
Total Persons : 3905
Total Males : 2006
Total Femals : 1899
Age Group (0-4 years) : 135
Age Group (5-14 years) 328
65 Years Over:
Median Age of Persons 37
Persons born overseas 867
Main Country of birth which is not Australia: England
No of people of Main Country of birth which is not Australia : 157
No of People Married : 1321
Married Percentage: 0.384
Labour Force: 2305
Employed Fulltime: 1595
Employed Full Time Percentage: 0.692
Main Occupation: Professionals
Number of Main Occupation: 891
Main Occupation Percentage: 0.399
Main Industry of Employment: Central Government Administration
Main Industry of Employment Numbers: 504
Main Industry of Employment Percentage: 0.226
Median Individual Income ($/Weekly): 935
Median Household Income ($/Weekly) : 1676
Median Family Income ($/Weekly): 2405
Number of Families: 915
Number of Families With Children: 363
Total Private Dwellings: 2051
Median Rent ($/Weekly):* 400
Median Housing Loan Repayment ($/Weekly): 1842
Average Household Size: 2.1
Average Number of Persons Per Bedroom: 1.1
Household Fully Owned Percentage: 0.242
Household Rented Percentage: 0.428
Family Household Percentage: 0.482
Griffith is an early inner-south suburb of Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia.

Griffith is named after Sir Samuel Griffith, who was chosen in 1903 as the first Chief Justice of the High Court of Australia and retained his position until retirement in 1919. Streets in Griffith are named after explorers.

Griffith contains the Manuka Shopping Centre, one of the earliest shopping areas built in Canberra. Noted buildings in the suburb include the Russian Embassy and St Paul's Anglican Church. (Source: Wiki)
* Median Rent is based on data from the most recent Australian suburb survey.
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