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Chisholm is a suburb in Tuggeranong, named after Caroline Chisholm, a progressive 19th-century English humanitarian known mostly for her involvement with female immigrant welfare in Australia.

It was gazetted on 5 August 1975, and streets are named after notable women. It is near the suburbs of Gilmore, Fadden, and Richardson. It is bounded by Isabella Drive, and the Monaro Highway. Chisholm and Gilmore are separated by Simpsons Hill, which provides some wilderness with walking tracks over it, popular for walking dogs. (source)

Median property value for Chisholm 2905 (source)

2001

$167k

2011

$458k

2016$483k

Statistics about Chisholm (source)

Area of Chisholm

3.1 sq Kms

People

5,121

Male

2,560

Female

2,561

Median age

36

Families

1,430

Average children per family

1.8

All private dwellings

1,954

Average people per household

2.7

Median weekly household income

2,028

Median monthly mortgage repayments

2,000

Median weekly rent

360

Average motor vehicles per dwelling

 2

The most common ancestries in Chisholm were

Australia

28.4%

England

26.4%

Irish

9%

Scottish

8%

German

3.5%

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