Budgewoi, Central Coast NSW, Australia.

Sent: Sunday, November 10, 2013 9:57 AM
Subject: vest@dailygaggle.com has sent you a Whereis map

A message from vest@dailygaggle.com:
Hi. Take a look at this Whereis Map. This is Where my family live on the Central Coast of New South Wales, Australia. facing the Pacific Ocean. Could make some people drool with envy., But we love it here. Vest
Link to map: http://www.whereis.com/nsw/budgewoi?id=45CC5432793D30&intref=emailmap  ou may have to copy and paste this link on to Google.

Thought you might like to see this…

Budgewoi (2262) is a suburb of Central Coast, Central Coast, New South Wales. It is about 77 kms from NSW's capital city of Sydney. Budgewoi is in the federal electorate of Shortland.

In the 2011 Census the population of Budgewoi is 3,254 and is comprised of 50.7% females and 49.3% males.

The median/average age of the Budgewoi population is 44 years of age, 7 years above the Australian average.

84.1% of people living in Budgewoi were born in Australia. The other top responses for country of birth were England 3.5%, New Zealand 1.6%, Scotland 0.8%, Germany 0.5%, Netherlands 0.4%.

92.9% of people speak English as their first language 0.3% German, 0.3% Hungarian, 0.2% Maori (New Zealand), 0.2% Dutch, 0.2% Maltese.

The religious make up of Budgewoi is 33% Anglican, 26.5% Catholic, 19% No Religion, 3.1% Uniting Church, 2.8% Presbyterian and Reformed.

43.6% of people are married, 30.8% have never married and 12.9% are divorced and 4.6% are separated. There are 219 widowed people living in Budgewoi.

55% of the people living in Budgewoi are employed full time, 31.2% are working on a part time basis. Budgewoi has an unemployment rate of 8%.

The main occupations of people from Budgewoi are Technicians and Trades Workers 18.8%, Labourers 14.5%, Community and Personal Service Workers 13%, Professionals 12.8%, Clerical and Administrative Workers 10.9%, Sales Workers 10.5%, Managers 8.4%, Machinery Operators And Drivers 8.4%.

The median individual income is $439.00 per week and the median household income is $792.00 per week.

37.2% of homes are fully owned, and 28% are in the process of being purchased by home loan mortgage. 30.7% of homes are rented.

The median rent in Budgewoi is $225 per week and the median mortgage repayment is $1649 per month.

But Sorry we are Full. vest daily gaggle.com


Anonymous said…
What is this all about?????
Rob. said…
It could be a math problem. as the local club has over five thousand members.
Vest said…
Rob: I have been a member since Aug 1996, my membership card is number 4469.
Lots of casual day trippers and the like could make up the numbers,
Problem solved.
Anonymous said…
Who is the 'Hunk' in the trunks re Pic on your blog?. Lizzy.
Vest said…
Dizzy Lizzy:
Its me, Circa 1960 taken when having despatced a sea serpent on Sober Island, Trincomallee, Ceylon,Now(SriLanka) in mistake for a large Eel, Silly me.
Vest said…
Re message to Sony and our 101cm LSD Tv 9 Oct.
Sony have no Idea how to fix this masterpiece of theirs and today have decided to replace it with an updated version. Our new goggle box will arrive within two days, isn't that nice of them,!!
I've never had the pleasure of visiting Australia. But I certainly hope to some day.
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Vest said…
serwis rekuperator: Well i'll be poleaxed. No free commercial exposure is permitted on this blog, open your wallet then I will listen.
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Vest said…
Sophie: I am aware it is Remembrance day today.
Tomorrow it will have passed until Anzac day 25-4 when in Australia we will be reminded again about war.
The accumulation of metal things dangling on various colourful strips of haberdashery which adorn my black blazer have not been removed for two or three years? and I am now reluctant to parade with them due to the creaking bones in my aging body not up to rigorous activity. Also remaining in a sober state while all around are using the special day for an excuse to become totally intoxicated is not really my thing.
I am quite frequently reminded of past conflicts, particularly those I became involved with, not just once annually, lest we forget applies to those who become ga ga and lose their marbles. BTW read my profile for Govt issued decor, they are my permanent reminders.
Oh I forgot to say that my Daddy
who served in WW1 sold his medals to provide food for his brood of three during the general strike of 1926 the year I was born, my Daddy died of WW1 related injuries at the age of 39 in 1931.
Oh all right then how about
Vest said…
Debra, she who seeks:
Thank you for calling.
Australia is your destination if you are a pleasure seeking person
You will want to come again and again.
Frequently flying to Australia is becoming the norm for all overseas vacationers.

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