Living in Barunga, NT
Barunga, formerly known as Beswick Creek and then Bamyili, is a small Aboriginal community located approximately 80 kilometres southeast of Katherine, in the Northern Territory of Australia. It is part of the Roper Gulf Region local government area.
Image credit: Department of Industry, Tourism and Trade Northern Territory Government of Australia
Living in regional Australia gives you access to a wealth of community services, such as hospitals, libraries, bars and eateries.
Data source: Department of Health Commonwealth declared hospitals , Australia Post. Google 
Amenities within 50km of Barunga
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Comparison to median State house price
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Rental House Median Price Per Month
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Property for Sale in Barunga
Regional Australia is home to thousands of rewarding and diverse jobs. Take a look at the jobs that are currently available in towns and regions that match your wants and needs.
Data source: ABS [2016, 2017]
Jobs in Barunga
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Median Salary Per Year
Median Personal Income Per Week
Median Family Income Per Week
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Number of Institutions
Australian Children's Education & Care Quality Authority, Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority, Wikipedia, 4icu.
Schools And Universities in Barunga
Education within 25KM of Barunga
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