DemographicsKingoonya is approximately 0.76 square kilometres. In 2016 the population of Kingoonya was 13. The population is 57% male and 43% female. On average the monthly mortgage repayments in Kingoonya are $0 to $299. The most common weekly income bracket is $0 to $149 per week. Weekly rents in the area are on average $0 to $74.
DescriptionKingoonya Township is a small almost totally abandoned farming settlement in the central outback of the Australian state of South Australia. It played a significant role in the construction of the Trans-Australian Railway. The few remaining houses in Kingoonya are only intermittently occupied by people involved in mining exploration and kangaroo shooting. For many years Kingoonya relied on the eponymous Tea & Sugar Train for the weekly provision of supplies. The Indian Pacific (running between Sydney and Perth) and Ghan (running between Adelaide, Alice Springs and Darwin) trains still call at Kingoonya upon prior request, and to do the twice-weekly mail run; both trains service the town twice a week in each direction.