Australian Bureau of Statistics
2076.0 - Census of Population and Housing: Characteristics of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians, 2011 Quality Declaration
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Information about people who changed their place of usual residence between 2006 and 2011 is restricted to people aged 5 years and over in 2011.
In 2011, about half (52%) of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people reported living at the same address as in the 2006 Census. Just over one-third (35%) of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people had moved to a different address within the same state or territory and 4% had moved to another state or territory since 2006.
MOBILITY BETWEEN 2006 AND 2011, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people(a)(b)
Of those Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who reported that they had moved interstate between 2006 and 2011, Queensland recorded the highest net gain (1,200), followed by Victoria (800). New South Wales and the Northern Territory recorded the greatest net losses (2,000 and 800 respectively).
NET EFFECT OF INTERSTATE MOBILITY BETWEEN 2006 AND 2011, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people(a)(b)(c)
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This page last updated 28 November 2012