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Clontarf Taxi Maxi, Clontarf is a northern Sydney suburb located in New South Wales, Australia. 13 kilometres north-east of Sydney’s central business district, Clontarf is situated in the Northern Beaches Council local government area, inside the Northern Beaches region.
The name Clontarf is derived from the Clontarf neighbourhood in Dublin, Ireland.
In 1868, Prince Alfred, Duke of Edinburgh, the son of Queen Victoria, visited Clontarf, where an Irishman named Henry James O’Farrell shot him in the back. Alfred was spared because the bullet impacted him at the intersection of the India-rubber braces that held up his pants. The bullet was deflected around his ribcage, suffering no serious injuries.
According to the 2016 census, there were 1,737 people living in Clontarf. 63% of the population was native-born. At 11.9%, England was the second most popular country of origin. 81% of the population spoke exclusively English at home. The three most often reported religions were Atheism (31.5%), Catholicism (23.4%), and Anglicanism (21.5%).
The median age was 44, compared to the national median of 38, while 21.1% of the population was under 15 (compared to 18.7% nationally) and 16.1% of the population was 65 or older (compared to 15.5% nationally). The average weekly household income in Clontarf was $3,744, significantly higher than the national median of $1,424 per week. Clontarf residents have high incomes and housing costs. The average monthly mortgage payment in Australia was $4,333, compared to $1,755 nationally. Similarly, the average weekly rent for rental properties in Australia was $1,200, compared to $335 nationally.
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