Australian Bureau of Statistics
1314.3 - Regional Statistics, Queensland, 1998
Latest ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 12/04/1999 Ceased
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ABS publication gives key statistics on Queensland regions
While Queensland's 1997 estimated resident population increased by 1.7% to 3,397,071, the highest growth rates occurred in the Gold Coast (3.7%) and Sunshine Coast (3.6%).
This is just a sample of Queensland small area statistics presented in the publication Regional Statistics, Queensland, 1998, released today by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS).
The publication also shows, for example, that at 30 September the majority of businesses were located in the Brisbane metropolitan area with 77,314 businesses on the ABS business register (38.4%), followed by Moreton division with 39,970 (19.9%).
This latest edition of Regional Statistics, Queensland can be used to find out key economic and social statistics on the State's legal Local Government Areas and selected Statistical Local Areas.
It includes a map of each region according to the Population and Housing Census boundaries as at June 30 1996 and contains important information relating to:
Other examples of information contained in the publication include:
Retail copies of Regional Statistics, Queensland, 1998 (cat. no. 1314.3) are available from the ABS bookshop, 18th Floor, 313 Adelaide Street, Brisbane. A sample of information from the publication is available from this site.
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This page last updated 8 December 2006