Population: 61,500 (approx.)
Geographical land area: 40,000 KM2
Age Range (2013 1)
- 0-4: 3,760
- 5-24: 14,869
- 25-64: 30,256
- 65+: 10,349
The number of people born overseas is 10,487 (18.9%) and the number of people who don’t speak English at home is 3,138 (5.7%).
The region has a small Aboriginal population (3.8%) (slightly higher than the State proportion) with a younger age structure than the non-Aboriginal population.
- Albany Health Campus
- Ravensthorpe District Health Centre
- Denmark Hospital and Health Service
- Gnowangerup Hospital
- Katanning Hospital
- Kojonup Hospital
- Plantagenet Hospital
The historic port town of Albany, which is the State’s oldest European settlement, has one of the best natural anchorages in the Southern Hemisphere and is the region’s administrative centre. It is also the transport hub from where most of the region’s crops and livestock are shipped.
|Regional Manager||Lesley Pearsonfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Regional Coordinator||Janine Beamishemail@example.com|
|Primary Health Liaison||Joanne Crooksfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Compassionate Communities Capacity Builder||Lisa Forwardemail@example.com|
|Compassionate Communities Project Manager||Christine Groganfirstname.lastname@example.org|