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Wynnum, Queensland The area was sparsely settled until the arrival of the railway in the late 1880s, but then grew fairly rapidly. The former Wynnum Shire Council was created in 1902, and twelve years later Wynnum became a municipality with its own town council and the right to elect a mayor. The Wynnum Town Council was absorbed into the enlarged City of Brisbane in 1925.
Wynnum, Queensland The Wynnum Seventh-day Adventist Church was established in late 1937 with the first minister being Pastor Septimus Wilfred Carr. Initially they met in private homes and then relocated the Wynnum RSL Hall and then at the Wynnum St Peters Church of England Hall. In 1947 a block of land was purchased at the corner of Sunflower and Carnation Street, Wynnum and in 1948 the Mitchelton Methodist Hall was purchased and moved to the site as the congregations' first church.
Wynnum, Queensland The median age of the Wynnum population was 40 years, 3 years above the Australian median.
Wynnum, Queensland It also has an extensive range of long established sporting clubs, such as Wynnum Seagulls Rugby League Club, Wynnum Golf Club, Wynnum District SC (Wolves FC Soccer Club - since 1921), Wynnum Manly District Cricket Club, Wynnum Bugs Rugby Union Club, Bayside United Soccer Club and Wynnum Vikings Australian Rules Football Club. Wynnum Esplanade hosts Wynnum parkrun every Saturday - a free weekly walk/run which attracts many participants. Recreational clubs include the Wynnum Manly Leagues Club and the RSL. The Wynnum foreshore is a popular swimming and picnic spot for Brisbane families especially at weekends.
Wynnum, Queensland 88.9% of people spoke only English at home; the next most common languages were 0.5% Tagalog, 0.4% German, 0.4% Vietnamese, 0.3% Filipino, 0.3% Spanish.
Wynnum, Queensland These examples are from the Queensland Heritage Register. Additional sites are listed on the Brisbane City Council Heritage Register and the Australian Heritage Database.
Wynnum, Queensland Olympic swimming medallist Samantha Riley, "Totally Wild" television host Stacey Thomson and Australian Idol host Kyle Sandilands are originally from Wynnum. Quentin Bryce, the serving Governor General of Australia, was educated at Moreton Bay College, Wynnum. The Right Reverend Dr Keith Rayner, former Archbishop of Melbourne and Anglican Primate of Australia, was Rector of Wynnum from 1963-69.
Wynnum, Queensland Wynnum is a suburb located on the shores of Moreton Bay in Brisbane, Australia, about east of the CBD. Although Wynnum is situated next to the ocean, the shoreline is covered in mangroves and aromatic mudflats which makes it unsuitable for swimming at low tide. Next to the Wynnum Wading Pool which has a playground and Water Park and the Wynnum Jetty, there is a man-made beach called Pandanus Beach.
Wynnum, Queensland The suburb has traditionally boasted a country town atmosphere, but new residential development is resulting in significant population growth and changing demographics. The area is now marked by a mix of character housing and modern housing.
Wynnum, Queensland In the , the population of Wynnum was 12,229, 51.1% female and 48.9% male.