Tour to Ooty. According to census in 2011, Coonoor had a population of 45,494 with a sex-ratio of 1,058 females for every 1,000 males. A total of 3768 were under the age of six, constituting 1,871 males and 1,897 females. Therefore The average literacy of the town was 84.79% when compared to the national average of 72.99%. Since, The city had a total of 12384 households.
This is the second largest town within the Nilgiri Hills after Ooty, the district headquarters.
Lower Coonoor and Upper Coonoor are the two parts of the Coonoor village, respectively. Lower Coonoor has the foremost bus depot , the railway station as also the busiest market complex. Upper Coonoor has locations like UPASI, Bedford, and Sim’s Park.
It covered over an area of 12 hectares but Sim’s Park features a set of over 1,000 plant species. The garden is partly grown within the japanese style and got the name from J. D. Sim. The special attraction of the park is that the annual fruit and vegetable show but conducted in May. Pomological Station could also be a search facility of the State Agricultural Department for persimmon, pomegranates and apricot. This institute develops medicine for rabies. Recently, Floriculture and strawberry cultivation have taken root.
Administration and politics
Coonoor could also be a Taluk headquarters, responsible for six Panchayat villages, namely, Bandishola, Bearhatty, Burliar, Hubbathalai, Melur and Yedapalli. Adigaratty, Burliar, Coonoor Town, Yedapalli, Hubbathalai, Hullickal, Ketti, Melur are the revenue villages of coonoor.