Census Data on Disc - Victoria University, Australia

Census Data on Disc - Victoria University, Australia

Census 2001 Your window to Census information What is a Census? The Census of population and housing is undertaken every 5 years by the ABS. It aims to measure the number and key characteristics of people in Australia on

Census night. The last Census was held on the 7th August 2001. What is the Census used for? The census provides a reliable basis to estimate the population and growth of each state This information is used by councils and

governments to allocate funds and to plan where services such as roads, schools and hospitals should be provided Type of Data Collected Demographic Number of people, age, sex, marital status Education Level of education Work Type of employment, F/T or P/T and

mode of travel to work Housing Where people live, type of dwelling and ownership Income Individual and Family Other Language spoken and religion Census Geographic Levels CD - Collection Districts

This is the smallest area at which census data is collected and on average contains from 200-250 households. LGA Local Government Areas These are the city and shire boundaries that make up the urban and rural areas of the state. The CD boundaries do not cross LGA boundaries so each LGA is an aggregate of

CD information. SLA Statistical Local Areas These are areas usually within LGA boundaries that have a particular use for planning purposes. For example the SLA, Melbourne Inner which covers the Melbourne CBD.

S DIST Statistical District These areas are defined around selected urban areas with a population of 25,000 or more outside capital cities SD Statistical Divisions These areas are geographic regions characterized by identifiable social and economic links between inhabitants eg.

Melbourne city and suburbs. LGA boundaries do not cross SD boundaries so each SD is an aggregate of LGA information. SDs fit into the boundaries of each State. Census 2001 from ABS website Types of Profiles

Basic Community Expanded Community

Time Series Indigenous Working Population Usual Residents Available Profiles from the ABS website Basic Community Profiles

Contains 33 tables including data on: Income

Age by Sex Ancestry Birthplace Religion Education

State of Usual Residence Relationships Computer & Internet Use Dwellings Language

Expanded Community Profiles Contains 49 tables with more detailed information Family type and birthplace of parent(s) by age of children Weekly rent by weekly household income Birthplace (countries) by year of arrival in Australia

Table from the Basic Community Profile for the LGA - Banana Summary

Select your profile Select your geographic area Select the relevant tables from the profile It is possible to print or download the tables

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