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1216.0 - Australian Standard Geographical Classification (ASGC), 2001  
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Contents >> 9. Special purpose ASGC codes >> Statistical Region Structure

STATISTICAL REGION STRUCTURE

In the SR Structure, special purpose codes relate to SLAs, SRs and S/Ts.

Special purpose SLA codes

See Chapter 9.

Special purpose SR codes

In New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, South Australia and Western Australia, the two-digit code 98 is reserved for coding undefined area data to the SR level.

Example

S/T
SR
SLA
5
98
9899
Western Australia Undefined

In the remaining S/Ts (Tasmania, Northern Territory, Australian Capital Territory, Other Territories) there is only one SR, so undefined SR level information is coded to an undefined SLA within each S/T’s one defined SR (code 04).

Example:

S/T
SR
SLA
8
04
9899
Australian Capital Territory Undefined

Special purpose S/T code See Special purpose S/T code in Chapter 9, Main Structure section.



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