Broomehill-Tambellup (S) ()

 

  Period Broomehill-Tambellup (S) Australia
 
Persons (no.) 2014 1,156 23,490,736
Male (no.) 2014 593 11,692,500
Female (no.) 2014 563 11,798,236
Median Age - Persons (years) 2014 35.4 37.3
 
 
Total number of businesses (no.) 2014 147 2,100,162
Building Approvals - Value of Total Building ($m) 2014 2 94,424
Houses - median sale price ($) ** ** 430,000
Median total income (excl. Government pensions and allowance) ($) 2013 38,656 44,940
 
 
Total registered motor vehicles (no.) 2014 1,422 17,633,493
Main employing industry:
 
 
Land area (ha) 2014 260,912.7 768,848,540.5
 


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Data Item 20102011201220132014


Estimated Resident Population - Population - As at 30 June

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ERP_6Estimated Resident Population - Persons - 0-14 years (%)27.728.93030.130.4
ERP_7Estimated Resident Population - Persons - 15-24 years (%)8.86.86.66.56.1
ERP_8Estimated Resident Population - Persons - 25-34 years (%)12.813.112.912.713
ERP_9Estimated Resident Population - Persons - 35-44 years (%)14.113.513.413.613.1
ERP_10Estimated Resident Population - Persons - 45-54 years (%)16.11615.715.415.7
ERP_11Estimated Resident Population - Persons - 55-64 years (%)1111.410.81110.2
ERP_12Estimated Resident Population - Persons - 65-74 years (%)5.86.36.15.76.1
ERP_13Estimated Resident Population - Persons - 75-84 years (%)2.52.53.33.53.9
ERP_14Estimated Resident Population - Persons - 85 years and over (%)1.31.41.31.51.6
ERP_M_2Estimated Resident Population - Males - 0-4 years (no.)4658626868
ERP_M_3Estimated Resident Population - Males - 5-9 years (no.)5742434144
ERP_M_4Estimated Resident Population - Males - 10-14 years (no.)6169716864
ERP_M_5Estimated Resident Population - Males - 15-19 years (no.)3128252425
ERP_M_6Estimated Resident Population - Males - 20-24 years (no.)2521202019
ERP_M_7Estimated Resident Population - Males - 25-29 years (no.)4637343433
ERP_M_8Estimated Resident Population - Males - 30-34 years (no.)4546424143
ERP_M_9Estimated Resident Population - Males - 35-39 years (no.)4647485456
ERP_M_10Estimated Resident Population - Males - 40-44 years (no.)3833313029
ERP_M_11Estimated Resident Population - Males - 45-49 years (no.)4546434243
ERP_M_12Estimated Resident Population - Males - 50-54 years (no.)6052515551
ERP_M_13Estimated Resident Population - Males - 55-59 years (no.)2429293028
ERP_M_14Estimated Resident Population - Males - 60-64 years (no.)3033323431
ERP_M_15Estimated Resident Population - Males - 65-69 years (no.)1513131316
ERP_M_16Estimated Resident Population - Males - 70-74 years (no.)1925232117
ERP_M_17Estimated Resident Population - Males - 75-79 years (no.)77151220
ERP_M_18Estimated Resident Population - Males - 80-84 years (no.)22362
ERP_M_19Estimated Resident Population - Males - 85 and over (no.)34654
ERP_M_20Estimated Resident Population - Males - Total (no.)600592591598593
ERP_F_2Estimated Resident Population - Females - 0-4 years (no.)6855514953
ERP_F_3Estimated Resident Population - Females - 5-9 years (no.)5369767571
ERP_F_4Estimated Resident Population - Females - 10-14 years (no.)4148475051
ERP_F_5Estimated Resident Population - Females - 15-19 years (no.)1912111213
ERP_F_6Estimated Resident Population - Females - 20-24 years (no.)2819212014
ERP_F_7Estimated Resident Population - Females - 25-29 years (no.)2028312824
ERP_F_8Estimated Resident Population - Females - 30-34 years (no.)4043444550
ERP_F_9Estimated Resident Population - Females - 35-39 years (no.)3428282930
ERP_F_10Estimated Resident Population - Females - 40-44 years (no.)4851494637
ERP_F_11Estimated Resident Population - Females - 45-49 years (no.)4955585553
ERP_F_12Estimated Resident Population - Females - 50-54 years (no.)3536312834
ERP_F_13Estimated Resident Population - Females - 55-59 years (no.)3536373533
ERP_F_14Estimated Resident Population - Females - 60-64 years (no.)4036282926
ERP_F_15Estimated Resident Population - Females - 65-69 years (no.)1719161419
ERP_F_16Estimated Resident Population - Females - 70-74 years (no.)1717191818
ERP_F_17Estimated Resident Population - Females - 75-79 years (no.)1715161616
ERP_F_18Estimated Resident Population - Females - 80-84 years (no.)46477
ERP_F_19Estimated Resident Population - Females - 85 and over (no.)121391314
ERP_F_20Estimated Resident Population - Females - Total (no.)577586576569563
ERP_P_2Estimated Resident Population - Persons - 0-4 years (no.)114113113117121
ERP_P_3Estimated Resident Population - Persons - 5-9 years (no.)110111119116115
ERP_P_4Estimated Resident Population - Persons - 10-14 years (no.)102117118118115
ERP_P_5Estimated Resident Population - Persons - 15-19 years (no.)5040363638
ERP_P_6Estimated Resident Population - Persons - 20-24 years (no.)5340414033
ERP_P_7Estimated Resident Population - Persons - 25-29 years (no.)6665656257
ERP_P_8Estimated Resident Population - Persons - 30-34 years (no.)8589868693
ERP_P_9Estimated Resident Population - Persons - 35-39 years (no.)8075768386
ERP_P_10Estimated Resident Population - Persons - 40-44 years (no.)8684807666
ERP_P_11Estimated Resident Population - Persons - 45-49 years (no.)941011019796
ERP_P_12Estimated Resident Population - Persons - 50-54 years (no.)9588828385
ERP_P_13Estimated Resident Population - Persons - 55-59 years (no.)5965666561
ERP_P_14Estimated Resident Population - Persons - 60-64 years (no.)7069606357
ERP_P_15Estimated Resident Population - Persons - 65-69 years (no.)3232292735
ERP_P_16Estimated Resident Population - Persons - 70-74 years (no.)3642423935
ERP_P_17Estimated Resident Population - Persons - 75-79 years (no.)2422312836
ERP_P_18Estimated Resident Population - Persons - 80-84 years (no.)687139
ERP_P_19Estimated Resident Population - Persons - 85 and over (no.)1517151818
ERP_P_20Estimated Resident Population - Persons - Total (no.)1 1771 1781 1671 1671 156
ERP_18Estimated Resident Population - Working Age Population (aged 15-64 years), ERP at 30 June (% of total)62.860.859.459.258.1
ERP_19Estimated Resident Population - Median Age - Usual Residents, Males, ERP at 30 June (years)33.834.534.935.435.1
ERP_22Estimated Resident Population - Median Age - Usual Residents, Females, ERP at 30 June (years)37.938.136.335.835.7
ERP_23Estimated Resident Population - Median Age - Usual Residents, Persons, ERP at 30 June (years)35.736.235.535.635.4


Births and Deaths - Year ended 31 December

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BD_2Births and Deaths - Births (no.)1820261319
BD_3Births and Deaths - Total fertility rate ( per female) (rate)3.23.43.73.33.4
BD_4Births and Deaths - Deaths (no.)000611


Population Density

MEASUREDescription20102011201220132014
ERP_21Population Density - Population density (ERP at 30 June) (persons/km2)0.50.50.40.40.4


Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples - 2011 Census

MEASUREDescription20102011201220132014
ATSI_2Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples - Proportion of total population (%)--14.1------


Overseas Born Population: Percentage of Total Population - 2011 Census

MEASUREDescription20102011201220132014
BORN_OSEAS_2Overseas Born Population: Percentage of Total Population - Born in Oceania and Antarctica (excluding Australia) (%)--2.1------
BORN_OSEAS_3Overseas Born Population: Percentage of Total Population - Born in North-West Europe (%)--4.8------
BORN_OSEAS_4Overseas Born Population: Percentage of Total Population - Born in Southern and Eastern Europe (%)--0.4------
BORN_OSEAS_5Overseas Born Population: Percentage of Total Population - Born in North Africa and the Middle East (%)--0------
BORN_OSEAS_6Overseas Born Population: Percentage of Total Population - Born in South-East Asia (%)--1.1------
BORN_OSEAS_7Overseas Born Population: Percentage of Total Population - Born in North-East Asia (%)--0------
BORN_OSEAS_8Overseas Born Population: Percentage of Total Population - Born in Southern and Central Asia (%)--0.5------
BORN_OSEAS_9Overseas Born Population: Percentage of Total Population - Born in Americas (%)--0.4------
BORN_OSEAS_10Overseas Born Population: Percentage of Total Population - Born in Sub-Saharan Africa (%)--0.5------
BORN_OSEAS_11Overseas Born Population: Percentage of Total Population - Total born overseas (%)--14.7------


Speaks a Language Other Than English at Home - 2011 Census

MEASUREDescription20102011201220132014
LANG_2Speaks a Language Other Than English at Home - Percentage of total population (%)--3.9------


Persons with Post School Qualifications - 2011 Census

MEASUREDescription20102011201220132014
SCHOOL_2Persons with Post School Qualifications - Percentage of total population aged 15 years and over (%)--41.6------
SCHOOL_3Persons with Post School Qualifications - With Postgraduate Degree (%)--0.4------
SCHOOL_4Persons with Post School Qualifications - With Graduate Diploma/Graduate Certificate (%)--1.1------
SCHOOL_5Persons with Post School Qualifications - With Bachelor Degree (%)--9.2------
SCHOOL_6Persons with Post School Qualifications - With Advanced Diploma/Diploma (%)--5.7------
SCHOOL_7Persons with Post School Qualifications - With Certificate (%)--16.5------
SCHOOL_8Persons with Post School Qualifications - Inadequately described/Not stated (%)--8.9------


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

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EMP_OCC_2Occupation of Employed Persons - Managers (%)--46.2------
EMP_OCC_3Occupation of Employed Persons - Professionals (%)--10------
EMP_OCC_4Occupation of Employed Persons - Technicians and trades workers (%)--10------
EMP_OCC_5Occupation of Employed Persons - Community and personal service workers (%)--5.9------
EMP_OCC_6Occupation of Employed Persons - Clerical and administrative workers (%)--7.3------
EMP_OCC_7Occupation of Employed Persons - Sales workers (%)--2.2------
EMP_OCC_8Occupation of Employed Persons - Machinery operators and drivers (%)--4.9------
EMP_OCC_9Occupation of Employed Persons - Labourers (%)--12------
EMP_OCC_10Occupation of Employed Persons - Inadequately described, Not stated (%)--1.4------


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.)--0------
WORK_TRAV_4Method of Travel to Work - Used one method - Bus (no.)--0------
WORK_TRAV_5Method of Travel to Work - Used one method - Car (as driver or passenger) (no.)--239------
WORK_TRAV_6Method of Travel to Work - Used one method - Motor bike/scooter (no.)--3------
WORK_TRAV_7Method of Travel to Work - Used one method - Bicycle (no.)--0------
WORK_TRAV_8Method of Travel to Work - Used one method - Other (inc. taxis) (no.)--18------
WORK_TRAV_9Method of Travel to Work - Used one method - Walked only (no.)--52------
WORK_TRAV_10Method of Travel to Work - Used one method - Total - used one method (no.)--312------
WORK_TRAV_12Method of Travel to Work - Total - used more than one method (no. )--3------
WORK_TRAV_14Method of Travel to Work - Other - Worked from home (no.)--116------
WORK_TRAV_15Method of Travel to Work - Other - Employed but did not go to work (no.)--51------
WORK_TRAV_16Method of Travel to Work - Other - Method of travel not stated (no.)--8------
WORK_TRAV_17Method of Travel to Work - Total employed (no.)--490------


Households by Type - 2011 Census

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HHTYPE_2Households by Type - Lone person households (no.)--92------
HHTYPE_3Households by Type - Group households (no.)--3------
HHTYPE_4Households by Type - Family households (no.)--305------
HHTYPE_5Households by Type - Total households (no.)--400------
HHTYPE_6Households by Type - Average household size (no. of persons)--2.7------


Families by Type - 2011 Census

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FAMILY_2Families by Type - Couple families with children under 15 and/or dependent students (no.)--115------
FAMILY_3Families by Type - Couple families with non-dependent children only (no.)--25------
FAMILY_4Families by Type - Couple families without children (no.)--121------
FAMILY_5Families by Type - One parent families with children under 15 and/or dependent students (no.)--32------
FAMILY_6Families by Type - One parent families with non-dependent children only (no.)--14------
FAMILY_7Families by Type - Other families (no.)--3------
FAMILY_8Families by Type - Total families (no.)--310------
FAMILY_9Families by Type - Average family size (no. of persons)--3.2------


Internal Migration - As at 30 June

MEASUREDescription20102011201220132014
MIG_2Internal Migration - Arrivals (no.)7691726263
MIG_3Internal Migration - Departures (no.)9510911412979
MIG_4Internal Migration - Net Regional Migration (no.)-19-18-42-67-16


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 (%)--35.3------
UNPAIDW_3Unpaid Work: Percentage of Total Population Aged 15 Years and Over - Persons caring for own children without pay (%)--24.9------
UNPAIDW_4Unpaid Work: Percentage of Total Population Aged 15 Years and Over - Persons caring for other children without pay (%)--6.8------
UNPAIDW_5Unpaid Work: Percentage of Total Population Aged 15 Years and Over - Persons caring for own children and other children without pay (%)--0.7------
UNPAIDW_6Unpaid Work: Percentage of Total Population Aged 15 Years and Over - Persons providing unpaid care, help or assistance to family, others (%)--12.4------


Access to Internet at Home - 2011 Census

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INTERNET_2Access to Internet at Home - With broadband connection (%)--59------
INTERNET_3Access to Internet at Home - With dial-up connection (%)--7------
INTERNET_4Access to Internet at Home - Other connection (%)--4------
INTERNET_5Access to Internet at Home - Proportion of all occupied private dwellings (%)--69------


Disability Estimates (experimental) - 2012

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DISAB_2Disability Estimates - Persons with a disability living in private dwellings (no.)----222----
DISAB_3Disability Estimates - Persons with a disability living in private dwellings (%)----18.7----

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Number of Businesses - As at 30 June

MEASUREDescription20102011201220132014
CABEE_2Number of Businesses - Number of non-employing businesses (no.)--93939291
CABEE_3Number of Businesses - Number of employing businesses: 1-4 employees (no.)--41374042
CABEE_4Number of Businesses - Number of employing businesses: 5-19 employees (no.)--1412811
CABEE_38Number of Businesses - Number of employing businesses: 20 or more employees (no.)--0033
CABEE_5Number of Businesses - Total number of businesses (no.)--148142143147


Business Entries - Year ended 30 June

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CABEE_7Business Entries - Number of non employing business entries (no.)----8612
CABEE_8Business Entries - Number of employing business entries: 1-4 employees (no.)----334
CABEE_10Business Entries - Total number of business entries (no.)----11916


Business Exits - Year ended 30 June

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CABEE_12Business Exits - Number of non employing business exits (no.)----10103
CABEE_13Business Exits - Number of employing business exits: 1-4 employees (no.)----3----
CABEE_14Business Exits - Number of employing business exits: 5-19 employees (no.)----3----
CABEE_15Business Exits - Total number of business exits (no.)----16103


Bankrupts - Year ended 30 June

No Data Available


Labour Force Statistics - 2011 Census

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LF_2Labour Force Statistics - Labour Force (no. )--513------
LF_3Labour Force Statistics - Unemployed (no. )--22------
LF_4Labour Force Statistics - Unemployment rate (%)--4.3------
LF_5Labour Force Statistics - Participation rate (%)--61.7------


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

MEASUREDescription20102011201220132014
YOUTH_2Youth (15-19 Years) Engagement in Work/Study - Working full-time and studying part-time (% of all 15-19 yo)--5.6------
YOUTH_3Youth (15-19 Years) Engagement in Work/Study - Working part time and studying part-time (% of all 15-19 yo)--0------
YOUTH_4Youth (15-19 Years) Engagement in Work/Study - Working part-time and studying full-time (% of all 15-19 yo)--5.6------
YOUTH_5Youth (15-19 Years) Engagement in Work/Study - Working full-time (not studying) (% of all 15-19 yo)--18.5------
YOUTH_6Youth (15-19 Years) Engagement in Work/Study - Studying full-time (not working) (% of all 15-19 yo)--40.7------
YOUTH_7Youth (15-19 Years) Engagement in Work/Study - Working full-time and studying full-time (% of all 15-19 yo)--0------
YOUTH_8Youth (15-19 Years) Engagement in Work/Study - Fully engaged (% of all 15-19 yo)--70.4------
YOUTH_9Youth (15-19 Years) Engagement in Work/Study - Total - aged 15-19 years (no.)--54------


Selected Government Pensions and Allowances - As at 30 June

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PENSION_2Selected Government Pensions and Allowances - Age Pension - Centrelink (no.)--77899190
PENSION_6Selected Government Pensions and Allowances - Carer Payment (no.)--------20
PENSION_7Selected Government Pensions and Allowances - Disability Support Pension (no.)--49565951
PENSION_8Selected Government Pensions and Allowances - Newstart Allowance (no.)4154424139
PENSION_9Selected Government Pensions and Allowances - Newstart Allowance - on income support more than 365 days (%)5957677382
PENSION_10Selected Government Pensions and Allowances - Parenting Payment - Single (no.)322823--20
PENSION_13Selected Government Pensions and Allowances - Family Tax Benefit A (no.)151142113126104
PENSION_14Selected Government Pensions and Allowances - Family Tax Benefit B (no.)1241209710193
PENSION_15Selected Government Pensions and Allowances - Total Family Tax Benefit recipients (no.)151142113126105


Estimates of Personal Income - Year ended 30 June

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INCOME_2Estimates of Personal Income - Median employee income ($)------35 326--
INCOME_3Estimates of Personal Income - Total employee income ($m)------14--
INCOME_4Estimates of Personal Income - Employee income earners (no.)------317--
INCOME_5Estimates of Personal Income - Median own unincorporated business income ($)------19 413--
INCOME_6Estimates of Personal Income - Total own unincorporated business income ($m)------7--
INCOME_7Estimates of Personal Income - Own unincorporated business income earners (no.)------229--
INCOME_8Estimates of Personal Income - Median investment income ($)------926--
INCOME_9Estimates of Personal Income - Total investment income ($m)------3--
INCOME_10Estimates of Personal Income - Investment income earners (no.)------387--
INCOME_11Estimates of Personal Income - Median superannuation and annuity income ($)------11 812--
INCOME_12Estimates of Personal Income - Total superannuation and annuity income ($m)------0--
INCOME_13Estimates of Personal Income - Superannuation and annuity income earners (no.)------15--
INCOME_14Estimates of Personal Income - Median other income (excl. Government pensions and allowances) ($)------76--
INCOME_15Estimates of Personal Income - Total other income (excl. Government pensions and allowances) ($m)------0--
INCOME_16Estimates of Personal Income - Other income earners (excl. Government pensions and allowances) (no.)------67--
INCOME_17Estimates of Personal Income - Median total income (excl. Government pensions and allowances) ($)------38 656--
INCOME_18Estimates of Personal Income - Total income (excl. Government pensions and allowances) ($m)------24--
INCOME_19Estimates of Personal Income - Total income earners (excl. Government pensions and allowances) (no.)------526--


Rent and Mortgage Payments - 2011 Census

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RENT_2Rent and Mortgage Payments - Average monthly household rental payment ($)--399------
RENT_3Rent and Mortgage Payments - Average monthly household mortgage payment ($)--1 126------


Building Approvals - Year ended 30 June

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BUILDING_2Building Approvals - Private sector houses (no.)36432
BUILDING_12Building Approvals - Total private sector dwelling units (no.)36432
BUILDING_4Building Approvals - Total dwelling units (no.)56438
BUILDING_5Building Approvals - Value of private sector houses ($m)1111--
BUILDING_7Building Approvals - Value of total private sector dwelling units ($m)2111--
BUILDING_8Building Approvals - Value of residential building ($m)21112
BUILDING_9Building Approvals - Value of non-residential building ($m)3----1--
BUILDING_10Building Approvals - Value of total building ($m)52212


Residential Property Prices - Year ended 30 June

No Data Available

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

MEASUREDescription20102011201220132014
MVC_14Registered Motor Vehicles - Passenger vehicles (no.)555612640633632
MVC_15Registered Motor Vehicles - Campervans (no.)----3--3
MVC_16Registered Motor Vehicles - Light commercial vehicles (no.)390433438480487
MVC_17Registered Motor Vehicles - Light rigid trucks (no.)1519161413
MVC_18Registered Motor Vehicles - Heavy rigid trucks (no.)158163160157162
MVC_19Registered Motor Vehicles - Articulated trucks (no.)3438404246
MVC_20Registered Motor Vehicles - Non-freight carrying trucks (no.)78887
MVC_21Registered Motor Vehicles - Buses (no.)666910
MVC_22Registered Motor Vehicles - Motorcycles (no.)4462626062
MVC_23Registered Motor Vehicles - Total registered motor vehicles (no.)1 2091 3411 3731 4031 422


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

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MVC_29Registered Motor Vehicles - Petrol (no.)631707713711687
MVC_30Registered Motor Vehicles - Diesel (no.)559611634665704
MVC_31Registered Motor Vehicles - LPG/Dual/Other (no.)2125262931


Employed by Industry - 2011 Census

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EMP_IND_2Employed by Industry - Agriculture, forestry and fishing (%)--50.1------
EMP_IND_3Employed by Industry - Mining (%)--0.6------
EMP_IND_4Employed by Industry - Manufacturing (%)--1.8------
EMP_IND_5Employed by Industry - Electricity, gas, water and waste services (%)--0------
EMP_IND_6Employed by Industry - Construction (%)--1.8------
EMP_IND_7Employed by Industry - Wholesale trade (%)--2.7------
EMP_IND_8Employed by Industry - Retail trade (%)--3.9------
EMP_IND_9Employed by Industry - Accommodation and food services (%)--2------
EMP_IND_10Employed by Industry - Transport, postal and warehousing (%)--3.5------
EMP_IND_11Employed by Industry - Information media and telecommunications (%)--0.6------
EMP_IND_12Employed by Industry - Financial and insurance services (%)--0.6------
EMP_IND_13Employed by Industry - Rental, hiring and real estate services (%)--0.6------
EMP_IND_14Employed by Industry - Professional, scientific and technical services (%)--2.9------
EMP_IND_15Employed by Industry - Administrative and support services (%)--1------
EMP_IND_16Employed by Industry - Public administration and safety (%)--8.4------
EMP_IND_17Employed by Industry - Education and training (%)--7.7------
EMP_IND_18Employed by Industry - Health care and social assistance (%)--7.1------
EMP_IND_19Employed by Industry - Arts and recreation services (%)--0.6------
EMP_IND_20Employed by Industry - Other services (%)--1.6------
EMP_IND_21Employed by Industry - Total employed (no.)--491------


Number of Businesses by Industry - As at 30 June

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CABEE_19Number of Businesses by Industry - Agriculture, forestry and fishing (no.)--1049798106
CABEE_21Number of Businesses by Industry - Construction (no.)--6778
CABEE_34Number of Businesses by Industry - Retail trade (no.)--4443
CABEE_17Number of Businesses by Industry - Accommodation and food services (no.)--------3
CABEE_36Number of Businesses by Industry - Transport, postal and warehousing (no.)--7666
CABEE_24Number of Businesses by Industry - Financial and insurance services (no.)--33--3
CABEE_33Number of Businesses by Industry - Rental, hiring and real estate services (no.)--17181814
CABEE_31Number of Businesses by Industry - Professional, scientific and technical services (no.)--6853
CABEE_18Number of Businesses by Industry - Administrative and support services (no.)--------3
CABEE_22Number of Businesses by Industry - Education and training (no.)--------3
CABEE_35Number of Businesses by Industry - Total (no.)--147143138152

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Land Area (Ha)

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LANDLand Area (Ha)--------260 912.7


Protected Areas - Year ended 30 June

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PROTECTED_AREA_4Protected Areas - Nature Reserves (no.)--------12
PROTECTED_AREA_5Protected Areas - All Other Protected Areas (no.)--------1
PROTECTED_AREA_6Protected Areas - Total (no.)--------13
PROTECTED_AREA_9Protected Areas - Nature Reserves (ha)--------1 547
PROTECTED_AREA_10Protected Areas - All Other Protected Areas (ha)--------8
PROTECTED_AREA_11Protected Areas - Total (ha)--------1 555
PROTECTED_AREA_14Protected Areas - Nature Reserves (%)--------0.6
PROTECTED_AREA_16Protected Areas - Total (%)--------0.6


Solar Installations - Accumulative total 2001 to 2014

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SOLAR_2Solar Installations - Small-scale solar panel system installations (no.)--------43
SOLAR_3Solar Installations - Solar water heater installations (no.)--------102



Download the Region Profile for Broomehill-Tambellup (S)

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The National Regional Profile (NRP) presents, for all Australia, a range of data for various types of small regions. Data are available for Local Government Areas, Statistical Areas Levels 2 and other larger geographies. The NRP is intended for users interested in the characteristics of regions and in comparing regions across Australia. Data are in time series, where available.


Data last updated: 2016-09-23T11:30+10:00

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