KINGBOROUGH CHRONICLE

Kingborough is a mixed urban and rural centre situated 10 km south of Hobart, the capital city of Tasmania. It has a long stretch of coastline of some 336 kilometres and covers a total area of 717 square kilometres. The population is approximately 30,500 and the main towns are Taroona, Kingston, Blackmans Bay, Margate, Snug, Kettering, Woodbridge and Middleton. The Municipality also includes Bruny Island which lies just off the coast and is reached by vehicular ferry from Kettering. Largely because of its easily commutable distance from the capital, Kingborough has one of the highest growth rates in the State. Demographic data shows that the population in the main urban areas have higher income and home ownership levels, higher percentages of managerial and professional employees and people with tertiary qualifications.

Published

Tuesday


Specifications

EGN: T84 format
Classifieds: 38cm x 8columns


Distribution

Primary circulation includes Blackmans Bay, Kettering, Kingston, Margate, Middleton, Snug, Taroona and Woodbridge.