Greater Taree (C) ()

 

  Period Greater Taree (C) Australia
 
Persons (no.) 2015 49,095 23,777,777
Male (no.) 2015 24,103 11,826,927
Female (no.) 2015 24,992 11,950,850
Median Age - Persons (years) 2015 47.9 37.4
 
 
Total number of businesses (no.) 2015 3,254 2,121,235
Building Approvals - Value of Total Building ($m) 2016 97 110,387
Houses - median sale price ($) 2014 300,000 460,000
Median total income (excl. Government pensions and allowance) ($) 2013 35,336 44,940
 
 
Total registered motor vehicles (no.) 2016 40,443 18,387,138
Main employing industry:
 
 
Land area (ha) 2014 372,904.8 768,848,540.5
 


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Estimated Resident Population - Population - As at 30 June

No Data Available


Births and Deaths - Year ended 31 December

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BD_2Births and Deaths - Births (no.)500497475445506--
BD_3Births and Deaths - Total fertility rate ( per female) (rate)2.52.42.22.22.2--
BD_4Births and Deaths - Deaths (no.)537510512557587--
BD_5Births and Deaths - Standardised death rate (per 1,000 population) (rate)6.66.76.66.46.5--


Population Density

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ERP_21Population Density - Population density (ERP at 30 June) (persons/km2)12.91313.113.113.2--


Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples - 2011 Census

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ATSI_2Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples - Proportion of total population (%)5.4----------


Overseas Born Population: Percentage of Total Population - 2011 Census

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BORN_OSEAS_2Overseas Born Population: Percentage of Total Population - Born in Oceania and Antarctica (excluding Australia) (%)1.2----------
BORN_OSEAS_3Overseas Born Population: Percentage of Total Population - Born in North-West Europe (%)4.9----------
BORN_OSEAS_4Overseas Born Population: Percentage of Total Population - Born in Southern and Eastern Europe (%)0.5----------
BORN_OSEAS_5Overseas Born Population: Percentage of Total Population - Born in North Africa and the Middle East (%)0.1----------
BORN_OSEAS_6Overseas Born Population: Percentage of Total Population - Born in South-East Asia (%)0.5----------
BORN_OSEAS_7Overseas Born Population: Percentage of Total Population - Born in North-East Asia (%)0.2----------
BORN_OSEAS_8Overseas Born Population: Percentage of Total Population - Born in Southern and Central Asia (%)0.2----------
BORN_OSEAS_9Overseas Born Population: Percentage of Total Population - Born in Americas (%)0.3----------
BORN_OSEAS_10Overseas Born Population: Percentage of Total Population - Born in Sub-Saharan Africa (%)0.3----------
BORN_OSEAS_11Overseas Born Population: Percentage of Total Population - Total born overseas (%)14----------


Internal Migration - As at 30 June

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MIG_2Internal Migration - Arrivals (no.)3 4193 2813 0782 9593 099--
MIG_3Internal Migration - Departures (no.)2 9773 0312 5942 8722 710--
MIG_4Internal Migration - Net Regional Migration (no.)44225048487389--

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Number of Businesses - As at 30 June

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CABEE_2Number of Businesses - Number of non-employing businesses (no.)2 1582 1462 0512 0142 006--
CABEE_3Number of Businesses - Number of employing businesses: 1-4 employees (no.)941891865894881--
CABEE_4Number of Businesses - Number of employing businesses: 5-19 employees (no.)338322314312310--
CABEE_38Number of Businesses - Number of employing businesses: 20 or more employees (no.)5761565657--
CABEE_5Number of Businesses - Total number of businesses (no.)3 4943 4203 2863 2763 254--


Business Entries - Year ended 30 June

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CABEE_7Business Entries - Number of non employing business entries (no.)--223195233211--
CABEE_8Business Entries - Number of employing business entries: 1-4 employees (no.)--99859983--
CABEE_9Business Entries - Number of employing business entries: 5-19 employees (no.)--1481910--
CABEE_39Business Entries - Number of employing business entries: 20 or more employees (no.)--0004--
CABEE_10Business Entries - Total number of business entries (no.)--336288351308--


Business Exits - Year ended 30 June

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CABEE_12Business Exits - Number of non employing business exits (no.)--293324270264--
CABEE_13Business Exits - Number of employing business exits: 1-4 employees (no.)--103847058--
CABEE_14Business Exits - Number of employing business exits: 5-19 employees (no.)--20171220--
CABEE_40Business Exits - Number of employing business exits: 20 or more employees (no.)--0303--
CABEE_15Business Exits - Total number of business exits (no.)--416428352345--


Number of Businesses by Industry - As at 30 June

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CABEE_19Number of Businesses by Industry - Agriculture, forestry and fishing (no.)756719694681673--
CABEE_28Number of Businesses by Industry - Mining (no.)77677--
CABEE_27Number of Businesses by Industry - Manufacturing (no.)142136131126123--
CABEE_23Number of Businesses by Industry - Electricity, gas, water and waste services (no.)76433--
CABEE_21Number of Businesses by Industry - Construction (no.)637626601587584--
CABEE_37Number of Businesses by Industry - Wholesale trade (no.)104102989591--
CABEE_34Number of Businesses by Industry - Retail trade (no.)266252249245243--
CABEE_17Number of Businesses by Industry - Accommodation and food services (no.)181168162161161--
CABEE_36Number of Businesses by Industry - Transport, postal and warehousing (no.)191201181191199--
CABEE_26Number of Businesses by Industry - Information media and telecommunications (no.)1412101214--
CABEE_24Number of Businesses by Industry - Financial and insurance services (no.)160165169172177--
CABEE_33Number of Businesses by Industry - Rental, hiring and real estate services (no.)276272270275276--
CABEE_31Number of Businesses by Industry - Professional, scientific and technical services (no.)213209202205200--
CABEE_18Number of Businesses by Industry - Administrative and support services (no.)10394838190--
CABEE_32Number of Businesses by Industry - Public administration and safety (no.)9109119--
CABEE_22Number of Businesses by Industry - Education and training (no.)3231273227--
CABEE_25Number of Businesses by Industry - Health care and social assistance (no.)142146150158153--
CABEE_20Number of Businesses by Industry - Arts and recreation services (no.)4348424339--
CABEE_30Number of Businesses by Industry - Other services (no.)186177162161159--
CABEE_29Number of Businesses by Industry - Currently unknown (no.)2539363027--
CABEE_35Number of Businesses by Industry - Total (no.)3 4943 4203 2863 2763 255--


Building Approvals - Year ended 30 June

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BUILDING_2Building Approvals - Private sector houses (no.)157145143203210265
BUILDING_3Building Approvals - Private sector dwellings excluding houses (no.)753416242341
BUILDING_12Building Approvals - Total private sector dwelling units (no.)232179159227233306
BUILDING_4Building Approvals - Total dwelling units (no.)232183159227233306
BUILDING_5Building Approvals - Value of private sector houses ($m)424243565981
BUILDING_6Building Approvals - Value of private sector dwellings excluding houses ($m)1153546
BUILDING_8Building Approvals - Value of residential building ($m)534746626488
BUILDING_9Building Approvals - Value of non-residential building ($m)582224209
BUILDING_10Building Approvals - Value of total building ($m)585568868497
BUILDING_7Building Approvals - Total value of private sector dwelling units ($m)534746616388


Residential Property Prices - Year ended 30 June

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HOUSES_2Residential Property Prices - Houses - number of transfers (no.)----826968----
HOUSES_3Residential Property Prices - Houses - median sale price ($)----280 000300 000----
HOUSES_4Residential Property Prices - Attached Dwellings - number of transfers (no.)----163145----
HOUSES_5Residential Property Prices - Attached Dwellings - median sale price ($)----215 000207 000----


Patent and Trademark Applicants - Year Ending 31 December

No Data Available


Bankrupts - Year ended 30 June

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BANKRUPT_2Bankrupts - Bankrupts with a non-business related bankruptcy or not stated (no.)--763737----
BANKRUPT_3Bankrupts - Bankrupts with a business related bankruptcy (no.)--261411----
BANKRUPT_4Bankrupts - Total bankrupts (no.)--1025148----


Employed by Industry - 2011 Census

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EMP_IND_2Number of Businesses by Industry - Agriculture, forestry and fishing (%)4.6----------
EMP_IND_3Employed by Industry - Mining (%)0.8----------
EMP_IND_4Employed by Industry - Manufacturing (%)9.1----------
EMP_IND_5Number of Businesses by Industry - Electricity, gas, water and waste services (%)1.7----------
EMP_IND_6Employed by Industry - Construction (%)8.1----------
EMP_IND_7Employed by Industry - Wholesale trade (%)2.8----------
EMP_IND_8Employed by Industry - Retail trade (%)13.9----------
EMP_IND_9Employed by Industry - Accommodation and food services (%)7.5----------
EMP_IND_10Number of Businesses by Industry - Transport, postal and warehousing (%)4----------
EMP_IND_11Employed by Industry - Information media and telecommunications (%)1----------
EMP_IND_12Employed by Industry - Financial and insurance services (%)1.6----------
EMP_IND_13Number of Businesses by Industry - Rental, hiring and real estate services (%)1.5----------
EMP_IND_14Number of Businesses by Industry - Professional, scientific and technical services (%)3.5----------
EMP_IND_15Employed by Industry - Administrative and support services (%)3.2----------
EMP_IND_16Employed by Industry - Public administration and safety (%)4.2----------
EMP_IND_17Employed by Industry - Education and training (%)8.3----------
EMP_IND_18Employed by Industry - Health care and social assistance (%)17.1----------
EMP_IND_19Employed by Industry - Arts and recreation services (%)1.2----------
EMP_IND_20Employed by Industry - Other services (%)3.9----------
EMP_IND_21Employed by Industry - Total employed (no.)16 397----------


Registered Motor Vehicles - Number by type of vehicle - As at 31 January

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MVC_14Registered Motor Vehicles - Passenger vehicles (no.)26 73027 08027 74128 08728 82729 218
MVC_15Registered Motor Vehicles - Campervans (no.)200214232254269262
MVC_16Registered Motor Vehicles - Light commercial vehicles (no.)6 0336 2206 5146 8247 1687 581
MVC_17Registered Motor Vehicles - Light rigid trucks (no.)274283278295318309
MVC_18Registered Motor Vehicles - Heavy rigid trucks (no.)732727744722716723
MVC_19Registered Motor Vehicles - Articulated trucks (no.)838071787272
MVC_20Registered Motor Vehicles - Non-freight carrying trucks (no.)222330252430
MVC_21Registered Motor Vehicles - Buses (no.)194174177178178183
MVC_22Registered Motor Vehicles - Motorcycles (no.)1 6351 6581 7311 8351 9562 065
MVC_38Registered Motor Vehicles - Total vehicles (no.)35 90336 45937 51838 29839 52840 443


Registered Motor Vehicles - Number by type of fuel - As at 31 January

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MVC_29Registered Motor Vehicles - Petrol (no.)28 99129 11129 52529 58730 09030 199
MVC_30Registered Motor Vehicles - Diesel (no.)5 9126 3166 9597 6418 4249 306
MVC_31Registered Motor Vehicles - LPG/Dual/Other (no.)9991 030984995924909
MVC_33Registered Motor Vehicles - Electric (no.)----33--3


Registered Motor Vehicles -Year of Manufacture - As at 31 January

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MVC_35Registered Motor Vehicles - Less than 5 years (no.)----6 3576 6956 9647 510
MVC_36Registered Motor Vehicles - 5 to 10 years (no.)----9 4329 2349 3829 583
MVC_37Registered Motor Vehicles - Over 10 years (no.)----21 72522 36223 14723 356


Tourist Accommodation Establishments - As at 30 June

No Data Available


Agricultural Commodities - Year ended 30 June

No Data Available


Gross Value of Agricultural Production - Year ended 30 June

No Data Available

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Selected Government Pensions and Allowances - As at 30 June

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PENSION_2Selected Government Pensions and Allowances - Age Pension - Centrelink (no.)8 5168 4838 8279 1139 5009 816
PENSION_3Selected Government Pensions and Allowances - Age Pension - DVA (no.)141718131311
PENSION_4Selected Government Pensions and Allowances - Service Pension - DVA (no.)721694621578518495
PENSION_5Selected Government Pensions and Allowances - Income Support Supplement - DVA (no.)343353325305274269
PENSION_6Selected Government Pensions and Allowances - Carer Payment (no.)9311 0351 1381 2341 2691 249
PENSION_7Selected Government Pensions and Allowances - Disability Support Pension (no.)3 5183 6403 6963 7073 6993 515
PENSION_8Selected Government Pensions and Allowances - Newstart Allowance (no.)2 0332 1202 4452 5922 7292 668
PENSION_9Selected Government Pensions and Allowances - Newstart Allowance - on income support more than 365 days (%)707176787980
PENSION_10Selected Government Pensions and Allowances - Parenting Payment - Single (no.)1 1831 182921935944918
PENSION_11Selected Government Pensions and Allowances - Youth Allowance (Full time students/apprentices) (no.)656403254205191191
PENSION_12Selected Government Pensions and Allowances - Youth Allowance (Other) (no.)418424549537505449
PENSION_13Selected Government Pensions and Allowances - Family Tax Benefit A (no.)--4 5214 4974 4364 3744 271
PENSION_14Selected Government Pensions and Allowances - Family Tax Benefit B (no.)--3 6583 7113 6943 6543 490
PENSION_15Selected Government Pensions and Allowances - Total Family Tax Benefit recipients (no.)--4 6034 5824 5224 4504 290


Estimates of Personal Income - Year ended 30 June

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INCOME_2Estimates of Personal Income - Median employee income ($)----39 821------
INCOME_3Estimates of Personal Income - Total employee income ($m)----742------
INCOME_4Estimates of Personal Income - Employee income earners (no.)----16 084------
INCOME_5Estimates of Personal Income - Median own unincorporated business income ($)----5 476------
INCOME_6Estimates of Personal Income - Total own unincorporated business income ($m)----54------
INCOME_7Estimates of Personal Income - Own unincorporated business income earners (no.)----4 259------
INCOME_8Estimates of Personal Income - Median investment income ($)----386------
INCOME_9Estimates of Personal Income - Total investment income ($m)----92------
INCOME_10Estimates of Personal Income - Investment income earners (no.)----15 755------
INCOME_11Estimates of Personal Income - Median superannuation and annuity income ($)----18 000------
INCOME_12Estimates of Personal Income - Total superannuation and annuity income ($m)----25------
INCOME_13Estimates of Personal Income - Superannuation and annuity income earners (no.)----927------
INCOME_14Estimates of Personal Income - Median other income (excl. Government pensions and allowances) ($)----89------
INCOME_15Estimates of Personal Income - Total other income (excl. Government pensions and allowances) ($m)----4------
INCOME_16Estimates of Personal Income - Other income earners (excl. Government pensions and allowances) (no.)----2 342------
INCOME_17Estimates of Personal Income - Median total income (excl. Government pensions and allowances) ($)----35 336------
INCOME_18Estimates of Personal Income - Total income (excl. Government pensions and allowances) ($m)----917------
INCOME_19Estimates of Personal Income - Total income earners (excl. Government pensions and allowances) (no.)----21 759------

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Labour Force Statistics - 2011 Census

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LF_2Labour Force Statistics - Labour Force (no. )18 072----------
LF_3Labour Force Statistics - Unemployed (no. )1 673----------
LF_4Labour Force Statistics - Unemployment rate (%)9.3----------
LF_5Labour Force Statistics - Participation rate (%)47.7----------


Youth (15-19 Years) Engagement in Work/Study - 2011 Census

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YOUTH_2Youth (15-19 Years) Engagement in Work/Study - Working full-time and studying part-time (% of all 15-19 yo)3.2----------
YOUTH_3Youth (15-19 Years) Engagement in Work/Study - Working part time and studying part-time (% of all 15-19 yo)1.3----------
YOUTH_4Youth (15-19 Years) Engagement in Work/Study - Working part-time and studying full-time (% of all 15-19 yo)17.7----------
YOUTH_5Youth (15-19 Years) Engagement in Work/Study - Working full-time (not studying) (% of all 15-19 yo)6.3----------
YOUTH_6Youth (15-19 Years) Engagement in Work/Study - Studying full-time (not working) (% of all 15-19 yo)42.7----------
YOUTH_7Youth (15-19 Years) Engagement in Work/Study - Working full-time and studying full-time (% of all 15-19 yo)0.2----------
YOUTH_8Youth (15-19 Years) Engagement in Work/Study - Fully engaged (% of all 15-19 yo)71.4----------
YOUTH_9Youth (15-19 Years) Engagement in Work/Study - Total - aged 15-19 years (no.)3 014----------


Persons with Post School Qualifications - 2011 Census

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SCHOOL_2Persons with Post School Qualifications - Percentage of total population aged 15 years and over (%)50.7----------
SCHOOL_3Persons with Post School Qualifications - With Postgraduate Degree (%)0.9----------
SCHOOL_4Persons with Post School Qualifications - With Graduate Diploma/Graduate Certificate (%)1----------
SCHOOL_5Persons with Post School Qualifications - With Bachelor Degree (%)6.4----------
SCHOOL_6Persons with Post School Qualifications - With Advanced Diploma/Diploma (%)6.5----------
SCHOOL_7Persons with Post School Qualifications - With Certificate (%)23----------
SCHOOL_8Persons with Post School Qualifications - Inadequately described/Not stated (%)12.9----------


Occupation of Employed Persons - as % of Total Employed - 2011 Census

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EMP_OCC_2Occupation of Employed Persons - Managers (%)11.6----------
EMP_OCC_3Occupation of Employed Persons - Professionals (%)16.6----------
EMP_OCC_4Occupation of Employed Persons - Technicians and trades workers (%)15.2----------
EMP_OCC_5Occupation of Employed Persons - Community and personal service workers (%)11.5----------
EMP_OCC_6Occupation of Employed Persons - Clerical and administrative workers (%)11.8----------
EMP_OCC_7Occupation of Employed Persons - Sales workers (%)11.4----------
EMP_OCC_8Occupation of Employed Persons - Machinery operators and drivers (%)6.6----------
EMP_OCC_9Occupation of Employed Persons - Labourers (%)13.9----------
EMP_OCC_10Occupation of Employed Persons - Inadequately described1.4----------

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Disability Estimates (experimental) - 2012

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DISAB_2Disability Estimates - Persons with a disability living in private dwellings (no.)--11 093--------
DISAB_3Disability Estimates - Persons with a disability living in private dwellings (%)--23.1--------

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Rent and Mortgage Payments - 2011 Census

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RENT_2Rent and Mortgage Payments - Average monthly household rental payment ($)921----------
RENT_3Rent and Mortgage Payments - Average monthly household mortgage payment ($)1 479----------


Speaks a Language Other Than English at Home - 2011 Census

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LANG_2Speaks a Language Other Than English at Home - Percentage of total population (%)2.2----------


Method of Travel to Work - 2011 Census

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WORK_TRAV_3Method of Travel to Work - Used one method - Train or tram (no.)4----------
WORK_TRAV_4Method of Travel to Work - Used one method - Bus (no.)69----------
WORK_TRAV_5Method of Travel to Work - Used one method - Car (as driver or passenger) (no.)11 795----------
WORK_TRAV_6Method of Travel to Work - Used one method - Motor bike/scooter (no.)111----------
WORK_TRAV_7Method of Travel to Work - Used one method - Bicycle (no.)65----------
WORK_TRAV_8Method of Travel to Work - Used one method - Other (inc. taxis) (no.)418----------
WORK_TRAV_9Method of Travel to Work - Used one method - Walked only (no.)610----------
WORK_TRAV_10Method of Travel to Work - Used one method - Total - used one method (no.)13 072----------
WORK_TRAV_12Method of Travel to Work - Total - used more than one method (no. )100----------
WORK_TRAV_14Method of Travel to Work - Other - Worked from home (no.)982----------
WORK_TRAV_15Method of Travel to Work - Other - Employed but did not go to work (no.)1 919----------
WORK_TRAV_16Method of Travel to Work - Other - Method of travel not stated (no.)324----------
WORK_TRAV_17Method of Travel to Work - Total employed (no.)16 397----------


Households by Type - 2011 Census

No Data Available


Families by Type - 2011 Census

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FAMILY_2Families by Type - Couple families with children under 15 and/or dependent students (no.)3 487----------
FAMILY_3Families by Type - Couple families with non-dependent children only (no.)812----------
FAMILY_4Families by Type - Couple families without children (no.)6 104----------
FAMILY_5Families by Type - One parent families with children under 15 and/or dependent students (no.)1 690----------
FAMILY_6Families by Type - One parent families with non-dependent children only (no.)685----------
FAMILY_7Families by Type - Other families (no.)141----------
FAMILY_8Families by Type - Total families (no.)12 919----------
FAMILY_9Families by Type - Average family size (no. of persons)2.8----------


Unpaid Work: Percentage of Total Population Aged 15 Years and Over - 2011 Census

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UNPAIDW_2Unpaid Work: Percentage of Total Population Aged 15 Years and Over - Persons undertaking voluntary work for an organisation or group (%)19.7----------
UNPAIDW_3Unpaid Work: Percentage of Total Population Aged 15 Years and Over - Persons caring for own children without pay (%)16.8----------
UNPAIDW_4Unpaid Work: Percentage of Total Population Aged 15 Years and Over - Persons caring for other children without pay (%)7.2----------
UNPAIDW_5Unpaid Work: Percentage of Total Population Aged 15 Years and Over - Persons caring for own children and other children without pay (%)0.9----------
UNPAIDW_6Unpaid Work: Percentage of Total Population Aged 15 Years and Over - Persons providing unpaid care, help or assistance to family, others (%)14----------


Access to Internet at Home - 2011 Census

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INTERNET_2Access to Internet at Home - With broadband connection (%)58----------
INTERNET_3Access to Internet at Home - With dial-up connection (%)4----------
INTERNET_4Access to Internet at Home - Other connection (%)3----------
INTERNET_5Access to Internet at Home - Proportion of all occupied private dwellings (%)65----------


English Proficiency of Migrants - Census 2011

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ENG_2English Proficiency of Migrants - Only English spoken at home (%)80.8----------
ENG_3English Proficiency of Migrants - Proficient in spoken English (%)16.5----------
ENG_4English Proficiency of Migrants - Not proficient in spoken English (%)2----------
ENG_5English Proficiency of Migrants - Proficiency not stated (%)0.7----------


Citizenship of Migrants - 2011 Census

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CIT_2Citizenship of Migrants - Australian citizen (%)69.3----------
CIT_3Citizenship of Migrants - Not an Australian citizen (%)29.3----------
CIT_4Citizenship of Migrants - Citizenship not stated (%)1.4----------


Socio_Economic Indexes for Areas (SEIFA) - 2011

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SEIF_2SEIFA Decile Ranking - Advantage and disadvantage2----------
SEIF_3SEIFA Decile Ranking - Disadvantage2----------
SEIF_4SEIFA Decile Ranking - Economic Resources2----------
SEIF_5SEIFA Decile Ranking - Education & Occupation2----------

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Land Area (Ha)

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LANDLand Area (Ha)------372 904.8----


Protected Areas - Year ended 30 June

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PROTECTED_AREA_3Protected Areas - National Parks (no.)------10----
PROTECTED_AREA_4Protected Areas - Nature Reserves (no.)------16----
PROTECTED_AREA_5Protected Areas - All Other Protected Areas (no.)------4----
PROTECTED_AREA_6Protected Areas - Total (no.)------30----
PROTECTED_AREA_8Protected Areas - National Parks (ha)------30 295----
PROTECTED_AREA_9Protected Areas - Nature Reserves (ha)------12 933----
PROTECTED_AREA_10Protected Areas - All Other Protected Areas (ha)------798----
PROTECTED_AREA_11Protected Areas - Total (ha)------44 026----
PROTECTED_AREA_13Protected Areas - National Parks (%)------8.1----
PROTECTED_AREA_14Protected Areas - Nature Reserves (%)------3.5----
PROTECTED_AREA_15Protected Areas - All Other Protected Areas (%)------0.2----
PROTECTED_AREA_16Protected Areas - Total (%)------11.8----


Solar Installations - Accumulative total 2001 to 2014

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SOLAR_2Solar Installations - Small-scale solar panel system installations (no.)------3 839----
SOLAR_3Solar Installations - Solar water heater installations (no.)------4 429----



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