Tewantin Property Management


Tewantin is a suburb in Noosa, Queensland, Australia. It was the original settlement in the Noosa region and is one of its three major centres today. It is within the local government area of Shire of Noosa (between 2008 and 2013 it was within Sunshine Coast Region).

Tewantin Local Area

Its main street, Poinciana Avenue, leads to the Tewantin RSL, which holds a strong legacy towards the Australia’s history in war. With an ANZAC Memorial, Poinciana Avenue has a historic pub, the Royal Mail. Poinciana Avenue contains a range of shops, restaurants and a town square.

Tewantin is the current location for the Australian Navy Cadet unit of NTS Sheean. there are multiple RSL and bowls clubs that are facilitated by the locals and these places are all dedicated to the world wars.

Tewantin replaced Pomona on 1 December 1985 as the location of the Noosa Shire Council until 15 March 2008 when the Council was amalgamated with Maroochy Shire and the City of Caloundra to create the Sunshine Coast Regional Council. Tewantin has of 12 April 2013, de-amalgamated from the Maroochy Shire.

Tewantin Property Management Demographics

Tewantin (4565) is a suburb of South Eastern, Sunshine Coast, Queensland. It is about 121 kms from QLD’s capital city of Brisbane. Tewantin is in the federal electorate of Wide Bay. In the 2011 census the population of Tewantin was 10,660 and is comprised of approximately 52.7% females and 47.3% males. The median/average age of the people in Tewantin is 46 years of age. 73.1% of people living in the suburb of Tewantin were born in Australia. The other top responses for country of birth were 8.1% England, 4.6% New Zealand, 1.1% Germany, 0.9% South Africa, 0.8% Scotland, 0.6% Netherlands, 0.4% Philippines, 0.3% India, 0.3% Wales, 0.3% United States of America, 0.2% Zimbabwe, 0.2% Ireland, 0.2% Italy, 0.2% France.

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