Businesses in Orange, New South Wales

Industries

Business Distribution by Industry
 Shopping: 20%
 Industry: 10.5%
 Medical: 10%
 Restaurants: 8.4%
 Home Services: 7.9%
 Professional Services: 6.8%
 Automotive: 5%
 Other: 31.4%
Industry DescriptionNumber of EstablishmentsAverage Google RatingBusinesses per 1,000 residents
Car parts453.91.3
Car repair1044.32.9
New car dealers283.70.8
Beauty salons494.81.4
Hairdressers334.70.9
Secondary education353.81.0
Atm's253.10.7
Banks293.50.8
Loan companies743.92.1
Grocery stores and supermarkets584.11.6
General contractors1184.13.3
Other construction414.21.1
Real estate443.81.2
Hotels and motels324.10.9
Other accommodation614.11.7
Construction of buildings664.11.8
Tractors and farm equipment414.51.1
Wholesale of construction supplies384.51.1
Wholesale of machinery664.21.8
Dentists264.80.7
General practitioners414.01.1
Health and medical1874.55.2
Hospitals343.80.9
Accountants294.60.8
Corporate management364.61.0
Lawyers legal304.40.8
Specialized design344.90.9
Technical construction services444.81.2
Bars, pubs and taverns284.10.8
Cafes684.31.9
Clothing stores774.22.1
Electronics stores443.91.2
Furniture stores403.91.1
Hardware stores744.12.1
Household appliances and goods614.21.7
Pharmacies and drug stores254.40.7
Shopping other404.41.1
Women's clothing294.40.8
Area of Orange, New South Wales29.9 km²
Population35,876
Male Population17,343 (48.3%)
Female Population18,533 (51.7%)
Population change from 1975 to 2015 +73.1%
Population change from 2000 to 2015 +25.4%
Median Age36.5
Male Median Age35.4
Female Median Age37.5
Local TimeThursday 1:48 AM
TimezoneAustralian Eastern Standard Time
Lat & Lng-33.28397° / 149.10018°

Orange, New South Wales - Map

Orange, New South Wales Population

Years 1975 to 2015
Data1975199020002015
Population20,72325,47228,61235,876
Population Density693.3 / km²852.1 / km²957.2 / km²1,200 / km²
Sources: JRC (European Commission's Joint Research Centre) work on the GHS built-up grid

Orange, New South Wales Population change from 2000 to 2015

Increase of 25.4% from year 2000 to 2015
LocationChange since 1975Change since 1990Change since 2000
Orange, New South Wales+73.1%+40.8%+25.4%
New South Wales+72.6%+40.2%+25.4%
Australia+72.6%+40.3%+25.5%
Sources: JRC (European Commission's Joint Research Centre) work on the GHS built-up grid

Orange, New South Wales Median Age

Median Age: 36.5 years
LocationMedian AgeMedian Age (Female)Median Age (Male)
Orange, New South Wales36.5 years37.5 years35.4 years
New South Wales38.3 years39.2 years37.4 years
Australia37.7 years38.6 years36.8 years
Sources: CIESIN (Center for International Earth Science Information Network)

Orange, New South Wales Population Tree

Population By Age and Gender
AgeMaleFemaleTotal
Under 51,5191,3682,888
5-91,2431,1772,420
10-141,2541,2422,497
15-191,2281,3172,545
20-241,1011,1512,253
25-291,1391,2492,388
30-341,0861,1842,270
35-391,1801,1422,323
40-441,0581,2032,262
45-491,0991,1532,252
50-541,0921,1262,218
55-599911,0522,043
60-649391,0131,953
65-697487531,501
70-745846581,243
75-794706281,099
80-84355517873
85 Plus256599856
Sources: CIESIN (Center for International Earth Science Information Network)

Orange, New South Wales Population Density

Population Density: 1,200 / km²
LocationPopulationAreaPopulation Density
Orange, New South Wales35,87629.9 km²1,200 / km²
New South Wales7.7 million801,634.1 km²9.57 / km²
Australia23.8 million7,690,961.5 km²3.09 / km²
Sources: JRC (European Commission's Joint Research Centre) work on the GHS built-up grid

Orange, New South Wales Historical and Projected Population

Estimated Population from 1860 to 2100
Sources:
1. JRC (European Commission's Joint Research Centre) work on the GHS built-up grid
2. CIESIN (Center for International Earth Science Information Network)
3. [Link] Klein Goldewijk, K., Beusen, A., Doelman, J., and Stehfest, E.: Anthropogenic land use estimates for the Holocene – HYDE 3.2, Earth Syst. Sci. Data, 9, 927–953, https://doi.org/10.5194/essd-9-927-2017, 2017.

Area Codes

Percentage Area Codes used by businesses in Orange, New South Wales
 Area Code 2: 81%
 Area Code 4: 17.9%
 Other: 1.1%

Business distribution by price for Orange, New South Wales

 Inexpensive: 63.3%
 Moderate: 29.3%
 Expensive: 6.8%
 Very Expensive: 0.7%

Human Development Index (HDI)

Statistic composite index of life expectancy, education, and per capita income.
Sources: [Link] Kummu, M., Taka, M. & Guillaume, J. Gridded global datasets for Gross Domestic Product and Human Development Index over 1990–2015. Sci Data 5, 180004 (2018) doi:10.1038/sdata.2018.4

Orange, New South Wales CO2 Emissions

Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Emissions Per Capita in Tonnes Per Year
LocationCO2 EmissionsCO2 Emissions Per CapitaCO2 Emissions Intensity
Orange, New South Wales642,061 t17.9 t21,479 t/km²
New South Wales133,365,481 t17.4 t166.4 t/km²
Australia401,155,563 t16.9 t52.2 t/km²
Sources: [Link] Moran, D., Kanemoto K; Jiborn, M., Wood, R., Többen, J., and Seto, K.C. (2018) Carbon footprints of 13,000 cities. Environmental Research Letters DOI: 10.1088/1748-9326/aac72a

Orange, New South Wales CO2 Emissions

2013 CO2 emissions (tonnes/year)642,061 t
2013 CO2 emissions (tonnes/year) per capita17.9 t
2013 CO2 emissions intensity (tonnes/km²/year)21,479 t/km²

Natural Hazards Risk

Relative risk out of 10
FloodMedium (4)
EarthquakeMedium (4)
* Risk, particularly concerning flood or landslide, may not be for the entire area.
Sources:
1. Dilley, M., R.S. Chen, U. Deichmann, A.L. Lerner-Lam, M. Arnold, J. Agwe, P. Buys, O. Kjekstad, B. Lyon, and G. Yetman. 2005. Natural Disaster Hotspots: A Global Risk Analysis. Washington, D.C.: World Bank. https://doi.org/10.1596/0-8213-5930-4.
2. Center for Hazards and Risk Research - CHRR - Columbia University, Center for International Earth Science Information Network - CIESIN - Columbia University. 2005. Global Flood Hazard Frequency and Distribution. Palisades, NY: NASA Socioeconomic Data and Applications Center (SEDAC). https://doi.org/10.7927/H4668B3D.
3. Center for Hazards and Risk Research - CHRR - Columbia University, Center for International Earth Science Information Network - CIESIN - Columbia University. 2005. Global Earthquake Hazard Distribution - Peak Ground Acceleration. Palisades, NY: NASA Socioeconomic Data and Applications Center (SEDAC). https://doi.org/10.7927/H4BZ63ZS.

Recent Nearby Earthquakes

Magnitude 3.0 and greater
DateTimeMagnitudeDistanceDepthLocationLink
4/13/179:31 AM4.230.7 km14,530 m23km WSW of Millthorpe, Australiausgs.gov
10/21/062:51 AM4.283.6 km15,000 mNew South Wales, Australiausgs.gov
11/22/0412:25 AM3.386.2 km16,000 mNew South Wales, Australiausgs.gov
8/20/9410:53 PM3.885.9 km10,000 mNew South Wales, Australiausgs.gov
8/20/947:15 PM3.477 km10,000 mNew South Wales, Australiausgs.gov
8/19/944:52 PM3.581 km10,000 mNew South Wales, Australiausgs.gov
8/19/9411:09 AM3.479.2 km10,000 mNew South Wales, Australiausgs.gov
5/20/916:36 AM3.490.6 km10,000 mNew South Wales, Australiausgs.gov
9/13/9012:28 PM3.598.4 km10,000 mNew South Wales, Australiausgs.gov
6/24/878:04 AM4.497.4 km40,300 mnear the southeast coast of Australiausgs.gov

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Orange, New South Wales

Orange /ˈɒrɪndʒ/ is a city in the Central West region of New South Wales, Australia. It is 254 kilometres (158 mi) west of the state capital, Sydney [206 kilometres (128 mi) on a great circle], at an altitude of 862 metres (2,828 ft). Orange had an e..  ︎  Orange, New South Wales Wikipedia Page

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