At the 2006 census, the census area around Wandsworth had a recorded population of 80 of which 52.5% were males and 47.5% females. The region had 24 families and 64 private dwellings (which includes unoccupied private dwellings).
The district’s primary industries are agriculture, with that being mostly dedicated to sheep and beef cattle breeding.
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It is shaken now. It will burst into flames,
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