DemographicsWyong is approximately 11.43 square kilometres. In 2016 the population of Wyong was 4326. The population is 49% male and 51% female. On average the monthly mortgage repayments in Wyong are $1800 to $2399. The most common weekly income bracket is $400 to $499 per week. Weekly rents in the area are on average $275 to $349.
DescriptionWyong is a town of the Central Coast region of New South Wales, located approximately 63km SSW of Newcastle and 89 km NNE of Sydney. Established in 1888, it is the administrative centre for the Wyong Shire local government area. Wyong has an efficient and compact town centre, housing the Wyong Shire's Council Chambers, Village Central Wyong Shopping Centre, Hunter Institute of TAFE Wyong Campus, Wyong Police Station, Wyong Local Court House and banks, government offices, local businesses and community services. Wyong Public School is located on Cutler Drive, north of the town centre. Wyong High School is west of the town centre. Wyong is the hub of transport services in the west of Wyong Shire. Wyong Railway Station is served by regional and intercity NSW Trainlink services on the Central Coast & Newcastle, Main North, and North Coast lines. The Pacific Highway is the main street in the town. To the west is the Pacific Motorway (previously known as F3) providing road access to Newcastle and Sydney. Wyong Racecourse is an important provincial track with weekly meetings. Wyong has extensive sport and leisure facilities. Wyong Hospital is not located in the town, rather it is located some distance north towards Toukley.
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