Data

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Population size
Population projection estimates 2027 SA2
Estimated resident population SA1
Population by age
Median age of persons SA1
Population aged 0 to 4 SA1
Population aged 5 to 9 SA1
Population aged 10 to 14 SA1
Population aged 15 to 19 SA1
Population aged 20 to 24 SA1
Population aged 25 to 34 SA1
Population aged 35 to 44 SA1
Population aged 45 to 54 SA1
Population aged 5 to 14 SA1
Population aged 55 to 64 SA1
Population aged 65 to 74 SA1
Population aged 75 to 84 SA1
Population aged 85 and over SA1
Population aged 0-14 SA2
Population aged 10 to 19 SA1
Population of working age (15-64 years) SA2
Population aged 65+ SA2
Indigenous population
Indigenous females aged 0 to 4 years SA1
Indigenous males aged 0 to 4 years SA1
Indigenous people aged 0 to 4 years SA1
Indigenous females aged 10 to 14 years SA1
Indigenous males aged 10 to 14 years SA1
Indigenous people aged 10 to 14 years SA1
Indigenous females aged 15 to 19 years SA1
Indigenous males aged 15 to 19 years SA1
Indigenous people aged 15 to 19 years SA1
Indigenous females aged 20 to 24 years SA1
Indigenous males aged 20 to 24 years SA1
Indigenous people aged 20 to 24 years SA1
Indigenous females aged 25 to 29 years SA1
Indigenous males aged 25 to 29 years SA1
Indigenous people aged 25 to 29 years SA1
Indigenous females aged 30 to 34 years SA1
Indigenous males aged 30 to 34 years SA1
Indigenous people aged 30 to 34 years SA1
Indigenous females aged 35 to 39 years SA1
Indigenous males aged 35 to 39 years SA1
Indigenous people aged 35 to 39 years SA1
Indigenous females aged 40 to 44 years SA1
Indigenous males aged 40 to 44 years SA1
Indigenous people aged 40 to 44 years SA1
Indigenous females aged 45 to 49 years SA1
Indigenous males aged 45 to 49 years SA1
Indigenous people aged 45 to 49 years SA1
Indigenous females aged 5 to 9 years SA1
Indigenous males aged 5 to 9 years SA1
Indigenous people aged 5 to 9 years SA1
Indigenous females aged 50 to 54 years SA1
Indigenous males aged 50 to 54 years SA1
Indigenous people aged 50 to 54 years SA1
Indigenous females aged 55 to 59 years SA1
Indigenous males aged 55 to 59 years SA1
Indigenous people aged 55 to 59 years SA1
Indigenous females aged 60 to 64 years SA1
Indigenous males aged 60 to 64 years SA1
Indigenous people aged 60 to 64 years SA1
Indigenous females aged 65+ years SA1
Indigenous males aged 65+ years SA1
Indigenous people aged 65+ years SA1
Indigenous females SA1
Indigenous males SA1
Indigenous people SA1
About people
Females SA1
Males SA1
Divorced SA1
Married SA1
Never Married SA1
Separated SA1
Widowed SA1
People with disabilities
Persons with need for assistance (for disabilities) SA1
Females with need for assistance (for disabilities) SA1
Males with need for assistance (for disabilities) SA1
Families  
Children born to mothers aged 15 to 19 years SA1
One parent family SA1
Couple or one-parent families with children under 15 and/or dependent students SA1
Families with dependent children SA1
SEIFA (Social and Economic Indexes for Areas)
SEIFA: Relative Advantage and Disadvantage (IRSAD) Percentile SA1
SEIFA: Relative Disadvantage (IRSD) Percentile SA1
SEIFA: The Index of Economic Resources (IER) Percentile SA1
SEIFA: The Index of Education and Occupation (IEO) Percentile SA1
Mental Health
Mental health hospitalisations per 100,000 people (age-standardised) SA3
Mental health hospital bed days per 100,000 people (age-standardised) SA3
Mental health overnight hospitalisations for schizophrenia and delusional disorders per 100,000 people (age-standardised) SA3
Mental health overnight hospitalisations for anxiety and stress disorders per 100,000 people (age-standardised) SA3
Mental health overnight hospitalisations for bipolar and mood disorders per 100,000 people (age-standardised) SA3
Mental health overnight hospitalisations for depressive episodes per 100,000 people (age-standardised) SA3
Mental health overnight hospitalisations for drug and alcohol use per 100,000 people (age-standardised) SA3
Mental health overnight hospitalisations for dementia per 100,000 people (age-standardised) SA3
Intentional self-harm hospitalisations per 100,000 people (age-standardised) SA3
Health
Total number of registered births SA2
Total fertility rate (births per woman) SA2
Total number of registered deaths SA2
Standardised death rate (deaths per 1,000 population) SA2
Average number of GP attendances per person SA3
Average number of ED attendances per 1,000 people SA3
Rate of potentially avoidable deaths per 100,000 people SA3
Rate of potentially avoidable male deaths per 100,000 people SA3
Rate of potentially avoidable female deaths per 100,000 people SA3
Rate of potentially preventable deaths per 100,000 people SA3
Rate of potentially preventable male deaths per 100,000 people SA3
Rate of potentially preventable female deaths per 100,000 people SA3
Rate of deaths from potentially treatable conditions per 100,000 people SA3
Rate of male deaths from potentially treatable conditions per 100,000 people SA3
Rate of female deaths from potentially treatable conditions per 100,000 people SA3
Median age at death of females LGA
Median age at death of males LGA
Percentage of people who saw an allied health professional or nurse SA3
Specialist attendances per person SA3
Expenditure on medical specialist attendances SA3
Percentage of adults who felt they waited longer than acceptable to get an appointment with a GP SA3
Infant and young child mortality rate (< 5 years) SA3
Infant mortality rate (< 1 year) SA3
Percentage of live births that were of low birth weight SA3
Percentage of live births that were of low birth weight, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women SA4
Percentage of women who reported that they smoked during a pregnancy SA3
Percentage of women who gave birth and smoked during pregnancy, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women SA4
Percentage of women who gave birth and had at least one antenatal visit in the first trimester of pregnancy SA3
Percentage of women who gave birth and had at least one antenatal visit in the first trimester of pregnancy, ATSI women SA4
Percentage of adults who smoke daily SA3
Percentage of adults who are overweight or obese SA3
Percentage of adults who are overweight SA3
Percentage of adults who are obese SA3
Number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children aged 1 year who were fully immunised SA3
Number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children aged 2 years who were fully immunised SA3
Number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children aged 5 years who were fully immunised SA3
Number of children aged 1 year who were fully immunised SA3
Number of children aged 2 years who were fully immunised SA3
Number of children aged 5 years who were fully immunised SA3
Percentage of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children aged 5 years who were fully immunised SA4
Percentage of children aged 5 years who were fully immunised SA3
Number of girls turning 15 years who were fully immunised against Human Papillomavirus (HPV) SA3
Percentage of girls turning 15 years who were fully immunised against Human Papillomavirus (HPV) SA3
Percentage of frequent gp attenders SA3
Percentage of frequent gp attenders (age-standardised) SA3
Percentage of very high gp attenders SA3
Percentage of very high gp attenders (age-standardised) SA3
Drinking to ‘risky’ levels LGA
National Bowel Cancer Screening Program: percentage of females with a positive screening result. LGA
National Bowel Cancer Screening Program: percentage of males with a positive screening result. LGA
National Bowel Cancer Screening Program: percentage of persons with a positive screening result. LGA
Females participating in National Bowel Cancer Screening Program (NBCSP) LGA
Males participating in National Bowel Cancer Screening Program (NBCSP) LGA
People participating in National Bowel Cancer Screening Program (NBCSP) LGA
Deaths from cancer LGA
Deaths from cardiovascular diseases LGA
Deaths from diabetes LGA
Deaths from respiratory system disease LGA
Suicides LGA
Diabetes prevalence LGA
Female smokers LGA
High blood cholesterol LGA
High blood pressure LGA
Male smokers LGA
Obese females LGA
Obese males LGA
Obese adults LGA
Overweight or obese females LGA
Overweight or obese males LGA
Overweight or obese adults LGA
Smokers LGA
Average number of after-hours GP attendances per person SA3
Average number of in-hours GP attendances per person SA3
Average number of in-hours ED attendances per 1,000 people SA3
Age-standardised cancer incidence rate per 100,000 SA3
Participation rate in the National Bowel Cancer Screening Program SA3
Participation rate in BreastScreen Australia SA3
Participation rate in the National Cervical Screening Program SA3
Housing
Population density (persons/km2) SA1
Housing affordability: household income to house price multiple SA1
Total number of homeless persons SA2
Median house sale price SA2
Median rent payment (weekly) SA1
Median mortgage repayment (monthly) SA1
Caravan SA1
Houseboat SA1
Flat unit or apartment SA1
Improvised home/tent/sleepers out SA1
Caravan/cabin/houseboat SA1
Semi-detached row or terrace house/townhouse etc. SA1
Separate house SA1
Own home SA1
Owned with a mortgage SA1
Owned outright SA1
Rented: Housing co operative community church group SA1
Rented: Other landlord type SA1
Rented: Person not in same household SA1
Rented: Real Estate Agent SA1
Rented: State or territory housing authority SA1
Rented Total SA1
Internet
No Internet connection SA1
Internet accessed from dwelling SA1
Internet not accessed from dwelling SA1
Internet connection not stated SA1
Type of Internet connection: Broadband SA1
Type of Internet connection: Dial up SA1
Type of Internet connection: Other SA1
House size
Average household size SA1
Average number of persons per bedroom SA1
Average number of bedrooms: None (includes bedsitters) SA1
Average number of bedrooms: One SA1
Average number of bedrooms: Two SA1
Average number of bedrooms: Three SA1
Average number of bedrooms: Four SA1
Average number of bedrooms: Five SA1
Average number of bedrooms: Six+ SA1
Moving house
Internal Migration – Arrivals SA2
Internal Migration – Departures SA2
Internal Migration – Net SA2
Lived at different address 5 years ago SA1
Lived at different address 1 year ago SA1
Lived at same address 1 year ago SA1
People living in a different usual address 1 year ago (in the same SA2) SA1
People living in overseas 1 year ago SA1
Same usual address 1 year ago as in 2016 SA1
People living in a different usual address 1 year ago (in a different SA2) SA1
People living in a different usual address 5 years ago (in a different SA2) SA1
People living in a different usual address 5 years ago (in the same SA2) SA1
People living overseas 5 years ago SA1
Same usual address 5 year ago as in 2016 SA1
Employment status
Working from home SA1
Labour force unemployment estimates SA2
Employed away from work: Persons SA1
Employed worked full time: Females SA1
Employed worked full time: Males SA1
Employed worked full time: Persons SA1
Employed worked part time: Females SA1
Employed worked part time: Males SA1
Working part time SA1
Not in the labour force: Females SA1
Not in the labour force: Males SA1
Not in the labour force: Persons SA1
Unemployed and looking for work: Females SA1
Unemployed and looking for work: Males SA1
Unemployed and looking for work SA1
Volunteer and unpaid work
Voluntary Workers SA1
Females who do no unpaid domestic work SA1
Females who do unpaid domestic work of 15 to 29 hours SA1
Females who do unpaid domestic work of 30 hours or more SA1
Females who do unpaid domestic work of 5 to 14 hours SA1
Females who do unpaid domestic work of Less than 5 hours SA1
Males who do no unpaid domestic work SA1
Males who do unpaid domestic work of 15 to 29 hours SA1
Males who do unpaid domestic work of 30 hours or more SA1
Males who do unpaid domestic work of 5 to 14 hours SA1
Males who do unpaid domestic work of Less than 5 hours SA1
People who do no unpaid domestic work SA1
People who do unpaid domestic work 15 to 29 hours SA1
People who do unpaid domestic work 30 hours or more SA1
People who do unpaid domestic work 5 to 14 hours SA1
People who do unpaid domestic work Less than 5 hours SA1
Females providing unpaid assistance to a person with a Disability SA1
Males providing unpaid assistance to a person with a Disability SA1
Persons providing unpaid assistance to a person with a Disability SA1
Females providing unpaid child care SA1
Males providing unpaid child care SA1
People providing unpaid child care SA1
Voluntary Workers: Female SA1
Voluntary Workers: Male SA1
People providing unpaid child care for their own children only SA1
People providing unpaid child care for other children only SA1
Work and Earnings
Median family income (weekly) SA1
Median household income (weekly) SA1
Median personal income (weekly) SA1
Weekly household earnings of $1 to $149 SA1
Weekly household earnings of $1 to $999 SA1
Weekly household earnings of $1000 to $1249 SA1
Weekly household earnings of $1000 to $1999 SA1
Weekly household earnings of $1250 to $1499 SA1
Weekly household earnings of $150 to $299 SA1
Weekly household earnings of $1500 to $1749 SA1
Weekly household earnings of $1750 to $1999 SA1
Weekly household earnings of $2000 to $2499 SA1
Weekly household earnings of $2000 to $2999 SA1
Weekly household earnings of $2500 to $2999 SA1
Weekly household earnings of $300 to $399 SA1
Weekly household earnings of $3000 to $3499 SA1
Weekly household earnings of $3000 to $3999 SA1
Weekly household earnings of $3500 to $3999 SA1
Weekly household earnings of $400 to $499 SA1
Weekly household earnings of $4000 or more SA1
Weekly household earnings of $500 to $649 SA1
Weekly household earnings of $650 to $799 SA1
Weekly household earnings of $800 to $999 SA1
Weekly household earnings of Negative to Nil income SA1
Weekly personal earnings of $1 to $149 SA1
Weekly personal earnings of $1 to $399 SA1
Weekly personal earnings of $1000 to 1249 SA1
Weekly personal earnings of $1250 to $1999 SA1
Weekly personal earnings of $1250 to 1499 SA1
Weekly personal earnings of $150 to $299 SA1
Weekly personal earnings of $1500 to 1749 SA1
Weekly personal earnings of $1750 to 1999 SA1
Weekly personal earnings of $2000 to 2999 SA1
Weekly personal earnings of $300 to 399 SA1
Weekly personal earnings of $3000 or more SA1
Weekly personal earnings of $400 to $799 SA1
Weekly personal earnings of $400 to 499 SA1
Weekly personal earnings of $500 to 649 SA1
Weekly personal earnings of $650 to 799 SA1
Weekly personal earnings of $800 to $1249 SA1
Weekly personal earnings of $800 to 999 SA1
Weekly personal earnings of Negative Nil income SA1
Industries and Occupations
Industry of employment: Accommodation and food services SA1
Industry of employment: Administrative and support services SA1
Industry of employment: Agriculture forestry and fishing SA1
Industry of employment: Arts and recreation services SA1
Industry of employment: Construction SA1
Industry of employment: Education and training SA1
Industry of employment: Electricity gas water and waste services SA1
Industry of employment: Financial and insurance services SA1
Industry of employment: Health care and social assistance SA1
Industry of employment: Information media and telecommunications SA1
Industry of employment: Manufacturing SA1
Industry of employment: Mining SA1
Industry of employment: Professional scientific and technical services SA1
Industry of employment: Public administration and safety SA1
Industry of employment: Retail trade SA1
Industry of employment: Rental hiring and real estate services SA1
Industry of employment: Transport postal and warehousing SA1
Industry of employment: Wholesale trade SA1
Industry of employment: Other services SA1
Occupation: Clerical and administrative workers SA1
Occupation: Community and personal service workers SA1
Occupation: Labourers SA1
Occupation: Machinery operators and drivers SA1
Occupation: Managers SA1
Occupation: Professionals SA1
Occupation: Sales workers SA1
Occupation: Technicians and trades workers SA1
Businesses
Businesses with 5 or more employees SA2
Non-employing businesses SA2
Businesses with 1-4 employees SA2
Businesses with 5-19 employees SA2
Businesses with 20-199 employees SA2
Businesses with 200+ employees SA2
Businesses with a turnover of $0 to less than $50k SA2
Businesses with a turnover of $50k to less than $100k SA2
Businesses with a turnover of $100k to less than $200k SA2
Businesses with a turnover of $200k to less than $500k SA2
Businesses with a turnover of $500k to less than $2m SA2
Businesses with a turnover of $2m or more SA2
Centrelink payments
Commonwealth Government payments received per 100 people SA2
Age Pension SA2
Austudy SA2
Carer Allowance SA2
Carer Allowance (Child Health Care Card only) SA2
Carer Payment SA2
Commonwealth Seniors Health Card SA2
Disability Support Pension SA2
Family Tax Benefit A SA2
Family Tax Benefit B SA2
Health Care Card SA2
Low Income Card SA2
Newstart Allowance SA2
Parenting Payment Partnered SA2
Parenting Payment Single SA2
Pensioner Concession Card SA2
Sickness Allowance SA2
Special Benefit SA2
Widow Allowance SA2
Youth Allowance (other) SA2
Youth Allowance (student and apprentice) SA2
School completion
Did not go to school SA1
Highest year of school completed: Year 8 or below SA1
Highest year of school completed: Year 9 or below SA1
Highest year of school completed: Year 10 or below SA1
Highest year of school completed: Year 11 or below SA1
Highest year of school completed: Year 12 or equivalent SA1
Highest year of school completed: Year 10 or equivalent SA1
Highest year of school completed: Year 11 or equivalent SA1
Highest year of school completed: Year 9 or equivalent SA1
Tertiary Education
Attending University SA1
People with a Bachelor Degree Level qualification SA1
Females with a Bachelor Degree Level qualification SA1
Males with a Bachelor Degree Level qualification SA1
People with a Graduate Diploma/Graduate Certificate Level SA1
People with a Postgraduate Degree Level qualification SA1
People with an Advanced Diploma/Diploma Level qualification SA1
People with a Certificate Level qualification SA1
Field of qualification
Non-School Qualification: Field of Study Natural and Physical Sciences SA1
Non-School Qualification: Field of Study Information Technology SA1
Non-School Qualification: Field of Study Engineering and Related Technologies SA1
Non-School Qualification: Field of Study Architecture and Building SA1
Non-School Qualification: Field of Study Agriculture Environmental and Related Studies SA1
Non-School Qualification: Field of Study Health SA1
Non-School Qualification: Field of Study Education SA1
Non-School Qualification: Field of Study Management and Commerce SA1
Non-School Qualification: Field of Study Society and Culture SA1
Non-School Qualification: Field of Study Creative Arts SA1
Non-School Qualification: Field of Study Food Hospitality and Personal Services SA1
Non-School Qualification: Field of Study Mixed Field Programmes SA1
Australian Early Development Census
Children developmentally vulnerable on the physical health and wellbeing domain, 2015 SA2
Children developmentally vulnerable on the social competence domain, 2015 SA2
Children developmentally vulnerable on the emotional maturity domain, 2015 SA2
Children developmentally vulnerable on the language and cognitive skills (school-based) domain, 2015 SA2
Children developmentally vulnerable on the communication skills and general knowledge domain, 2015 SA2
Children developmentally vulnerable on one or more domains, 2015 SA2
Children developmentally vulnerable on two or more domains, 2015 SA2
Children developmentally on track on the physical health and wellbeing domain, 2015 SA2
Children developmentally on track on the social competence domain, 2015 SA2
Children developmentally on track on the emotional maturity domain, 2015 SA2
Children developmentally on track on the language and cognitive skills (school-based) domain, 2015 SA2
Children developmentally on track on the communication skills and general knowledge domain, 2015 SA2
Children developmentally at risk on the physical health and wellbeing domain, 2015 SA2
 Children developmentally at risk on the social competence domain, 2015 SA2
Children developmentally at risk on the emotional maturity domain, 2015 SA2
Children developmentally at risk on the language and cognitive skills (school-based) domain, 2015 SA2
Children developmentally at risk on the communication skills and general knowledge domain, 2015 SA2

 

Place of Birth
Born in Europe (non-UK) SA1
Born in Asia SA1
Born in Australasia (outside Australia) SA1
Born in Australia SA1
Born in England SA1
Born in France SA1
Born in Afghanistan SA1
Born in Bangladesh SA1
Born in Chile SA1
Born in Iran SA1
Born in Mauritius SA1
Born in Myanmar SA1
Born in Nepal SA1
Born in Northern Ireland SA1
Born in Pakistan SA1
Born in Papua New Guinea SA1
Born in Scotland SA1
Born in Taiwan SA1
Born in Wales SA1
Born in Zimbabwe SA1
Ancestry
Australian Aboriginal ancestry SA1
Australian ancestry SA1
Asian ancestry SA1
Australasian ancestry SA1
European (non-British) ancestry SA1
British ancestry SA1
Immigration
Year of arrival before 1946 SA1
Year of arrival 1946 to 1955 SA1
Year of arrival 1956 to 1965 SA1
Year of arrival 1966 to 1975 SA1
Year of arrival 1976 to 1985 SA1
Year of arrival 1986 to 1995 SA1
Year of arrival 1996 to 2005 SA1
Year of arrival 2006 to 2010 SA1
Year of arrival 2012 SA1
Year of arrival 2013 SA1
Year of arrival 2014 SA1
Year of arrival 2015 SA1
Year of arrival 2016 SA1
Speaking English
Speaks English not well or not at all SA1
Males who speak language other than English at home SA1
Females who speak language other than English at home SA1
People who speak language other than English at home SA1
Religion
Buddhism SA1
Christianity SA1
Hinduism SA1
Islam SA1
Judaism SA1
No Religion SA1
Other Religions SA1
Sikhism SA1
Secular beliefs SA1
Spiritual beliefs SA1
Religious affiliation not stated SA1
Transport
Motor vehicles per dwelling: None SA1
Motor vehicles per dwelling: One SA1
Motor vehicles per dwelling: Two SA1
Motor vehicles per dwelling: Three SA1
Motor vehicles per dwelling: Four + SA1
Method of travel to work: Tram/light rail SA1
Method of travel to work: Bicycle SA1
Method of travel to work: Bus SA1
Method of travel to work: Car (as driver) SA1
Method of travel to work: Car (as passenger) SA1
Method of travel to work: Ferry SA1
Method of travel to work: Motorbike scooter SA1
Method of travel to work: Other SA1
Method of travel to work: Taxi SA1
Method of travel to work: Train SA1
Method of travel to work: Truck SA1
Method of travel to work: Walking SA1
Queensland youth offenders
Young offenders aged 10-14 commencing unsupervised youth justice orders to Youth Justice Queensland (annual count) SA2
Young offenders aged 15-16 commencing unsupervised youth justice orders to Youth Justice Queensland (annual count) SA2
Young offenders aged 17+ commencing unsupervised youth justice orders to Youth Justice Queensland (annual count) SA2
Young offenders commencing unsupervised youth justice orders to Youth Justice Queensland (five year rate) SA2
Young offenders commencing unsupervised youth justice orders to Youth Justice Queensland (annual year rate) SA2
Young offenders commencing unsupervised youth justice orders to Youth Justice Queensland (five year count) SA2
Young offenders commencing unsupervised youth justice orders to Youth Justice Queensland (annual year count) SA2