Regional Statistics, ASGS 2016, 2011-2019
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ABS Small Population Insights. Email regional.statistics@abs.gov.au

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See Data by region methodology

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Data sources are annual.

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Various ABS and non-ABS sources. These include Census, survey data and administrative data.

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2021-6-23T11:30+10:00

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Various

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Annual 2011, 2015 to 2020

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Various

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Australian Statistical Geography Standard 2016

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Released to the ABS website (www.abs.gov.au) on 23 June 2021

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Data by region is intended for users interested in the characteristics of regions and in comparing regions across Australia. Many of the series are a sub-set of data available and users can refer to the source data for further information (Data by region methodology includes links to source data).

Regional Statistics, ASGS 2016, 2011-2019Abstract

Data by region (DBR) presents a range of data for regions across Australia. Topics include population, economy, industry, income, employment, education and health. DBR is intended for users interested in the characteristics of regions and in comparing regions across Australia. Data are presented as a time series where available.

Data by regionhttps://dbr.abs.gov.au
Contact person/organisation

ABS Small Population Insights. Email regional.statistics@abs.gov.au

Data source(s) used

Various ABS and non-ABS sources. These include Census, survey data and administrative data.

Source Periodicity

Data sources are annual.

Source metadata

See Data by region methodology

Data by region methodologyhttps://www.abs.gov.au/methodologies/data-region-methodology/2015-20
Unit of measure used

Various

Power code

Various

Reference period

Annual 2011, 2015 to 2020

Date last updated

2021-6-23T11:30+10:00

Geographic coverage

All of Australia. Data are available for Local Government Areas, Remoteness Areas, Indigenous Structure levels, Statistical Areas Levels 2 - 4, Greater Capital City Statistical Areas, states, territories and Australia. Boundaries are ASGS 2016 and LGA 2020.

Product coverage

See Data by region methodology

Data by region methodologyhttps://www.abs.gov.au/methodologies/data-region-methodology/2015-20
Classification(s) used

Australian Statistical Geography Standard 2016

Dissemination format(s)

Released to the ABS website (www.abs.gov.au) on 23 June 2021

Recommended uses and limitations

Data by region is intended for users interested in the characteristics of regions and in comparing regions across Australia. Many of the series are a sub-set of data available and users can refer to the source data for further information (Data by region methodology includes links to source data).