Australian Bureau of Statistics
4609.0.55.003 - Land Account: Queensland, Experimental Estimates, 2013
Latest ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 28/08/2013 First Issue
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Getting the Google Earth® data onto your computer
The following will appear inside the Google Earth window:
Using your mouse or the navigation controls within Google Earth® you will be able to zoom in and out and navigate around Queensland. When you have identified an SA1 of interest, left click on the region and an information window containing data for that region will pop up.
This window presents data for more than 50 attributes in the selected SA1.
Features of the information window:
Each SA1 has a unique 11 digit hierarchical code. SA1 areas are not identified by "name", however you can search for a town or city that you are interested in by entering the name in the "Fly to" box.
If you know the SA1 code you are searching for another option is to click anywhere on the sidebar and press Ctrl-F, this will bring up a find box. Type in the number of the SA1 you are looking for and press enter.
Turning off image tilt
Some versions of Google Earth® tilt the ground as you zoom in. To turn the tilt off left click on the map screen ,close the pop up window then press 'R' on your keyboard.
Customise the boundaries
You can change the style such as colour, border width and fill colour of an individual SA1 region or all the SA1 regions in the whole of Queensland.
To change the properties for all SA1s right click on the Google Earth layer and select properties.
Change the style properties and then select "OK".
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This page last updated 27 August 2013