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Fields at Hoya, 2016
|Population||220 (2016 census)|
|LGA(s)||Scenic Rim Region|
|State electorate(s)||Scenic Rim|
Hoya is farming land approximately 150 metres about sea level.
A postal receiving office was opened in Hoya on 22 January 1892. A post office opened on 1 July 1927. It closed on 1 April 1955.
Hoya has a population of 220 at the 2016 census. The locality contains 87 households, in which 52.3% of the population are males and 47.7% of the population are females with a median age of 52, 14 years above the national average. The average weekly household income is $1,406, $32 below the national average.
0.0% of Hoya's population is either of Aborigional or Torres Strait Islander descent. 74.5% of the population aged 15 or over is either registered or de facto married, while 25.5% of the population is not married. 23.9% of the population is currently attending some form of a compulsory education. The most common nominated ancestries were Australian (31.2%), English (27.7%) and German (10.6%), while the most common country of birth was Australia (87.1%), and the most commonly spoken language at home was English (90.0%). The most common nominated religions were No religion (24.6%), the Uniting Church (14.5%) and Anglican (12.7%). The most common occupation was a professional (21.1%) and the majority/plurality of residents worked 40 or more hours per week (30.6%).
The Boonah Fassifern Road (State Route 90) runs along part of the southern boundary.
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