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Mount Forbes is a locality in south-east Queensland, Australia. It is split between the local government areas of City of Ipswich and Scenic Rim Region.
Mount Forbes was formerly the name of nearby Mount Walker, Queensland. Mount Forbes Post Office opened on 1 July 1927 (a receiving office had been open from 1897) and closed in 1953.
John Oxley chose the name Mount Forbes in 1824, after Sir Francis Forbes (1784-1841) the then Chief Justice of New South Wales.
Mount Forbes has a population of 263 at the 2016 census. The locality contains 93 households, in which 50.0% of the population are males and 50.0% of the population are females with a median age of 35, 3 years below the national average. The average weekly household income is $1,520, $83 above the national average.
3.0% of Mount Forbes’s population is either of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent. 70.5% of the population aged 15 or over is either registered or de facto married, while 29.5% of the population is not married. 34.3% of the population is currently attending some form of a compulsory education. The most common nominated ancestries were Australian (35.7%), English (27.5%) and German (9.9%), while the most common country of birth was Australia (78.7%), and the most commonly spoken language at home was English (83.3%). The most common nominated religions were No religion (24.3%), Not stated (20.6%) and Anglican (14.7%). The most common occupation was a technician/trades worker (17.6%) and the majority/plurality of residents worked 40 or more hours per week (46.3%).