Caffeyville, South Australia, is the only state in Australia with more than 1,000 people living below the poverty line – and it’s all in the past four years

Caffayville is an Australian town of 2,400 people in the northern Kimberley region.

The town has a population of about 1,500, and a lot of its residents are working the land and working on the land.

The last time Caffyville had a population above 100 people was in 2013, when the town recorded a population below 100.

The town’s median household income was $102,500 in 2016, compared to $104,000 in 2016 and $109,000 the previous year.

Caffywood, about 30 kilometres north of Caffeeville, has a median household age of 32.

The median income of its people is $96,000.

There is a lot more poverty in South Australia than in most other states.

About a quarter of South Australians have incomes below $10,000, and one in five have incomes of less than $10.

The state is also home to some of the poorest people in Australia.

In the past five years, the poverty rate for South Australians living below $20,000 has risen from 25 per cent in 2016 to 38 per cent, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics.

The unemployment rate for people living in poverty is more than twice the national average.

In 2016, 6.4 per cent of people living on below-poverty incomes were unemployed, compared with 6.3 per cent nationally.

“I’m so happy for the families and the community,” said Helen Tingle, who lives in the area.

“It’s a good reminder that we can do better, that we have to look out for each other.”

The Caffys are also the only town in Australia that doesn’t have an unemployment insurance scheme.

In 2016, the Caffydales made up 5.7 per cent for the Australian community.

But that’s not to say it’s easy.

The area has about 8,700 residents, but it’s been under-populated for years.

“We’re in the middle of a mining boom,” said Tingle.

“That’s not always a good thing.”

It’s the result of a complex economic system in South Australian that is heavily reliant on mining.

“A lot of these communities are at the bottom of the economic ladder,” said Dr John Macleod, who is an economist at the University of South Australia.

“So it is very difficult to get an income, to be able to afford a home.”

He says South Australia has the highest number of households living in abject poverty in the nation, with more people living at the very bottom of that income scale than anywhere else.

Macleod says there’s a huge amount of work to be done.

“I think it’s just a case of just making sure we can keep the community together,” he said.

“So we have a whole raft of measures we’re looking at, but we’re still going to have some challenges to overcome.”