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QuickStats Country of Birth (cat. no. 2061.0.55.001)
This is a summary of Census data for people born in a selected range of countries. It has data for persons, families and dwellings. You can select from the top 53 countries of birth for geographic areas ranging from Australia, States and Territories to Greater Capital City Statistical Areas and Rest of State. Data for all people born overseas and people born in Australia are also provided for comparison. QuickStats Country of Birth is not inclusive of all Census topics, instead providing a subset of general and topical information. The data displayed covers a range of social, economic and demographic statistics, including age, language, religion and employment. Tables, graphs and narratives present the information in a way that is easily viewed and printed.

Census of Population and Housing: Estimated homelessness, 2011 (cat. no. 2049.0)
This publication presents official estimates of the prevalence of homelessness from the ABS' Census of Population and Housing for 2011. It includes a feature article "A spotlight on 'Severe' Crowding" and examines characteristics and circumstances of two key population groups; Persons born overseas and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders. A number of Factsheets are also included titled Youth Homelessness, Overcrowding, Domestic and Family Violence and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Homelessness.

Australian Social Trends, Jul 2013 (cat. no. 4102.0)
This publication released three times a year, presents analysis and commentary on a wide range of social issues. Summary tables include data for key social indicators, providing an overview of social change over the past decade as well as how social conditions differ across Australian states and territories. A set of international tables compare Australia with 17 other nations. New articles for July include 'Same-sex couples', 'Hitting the books: Characteristics of higher education students', 'Spending patterns of couple families' and 'Car nation'.

Australian Demographic Statistics, Mar 2013 (cat. no. 3101.0)
Released quarterly, this publication provides estimates of total population for states, territories and Australia. It includes: the most recent estimates of population in five-year age groups; numbers of births, deaths, infant deaths; interstate and overseas movements. Quarterly and/or annual time series tables are available for download. It also includes projected resident populations, projected population in households, projected number of households and projected average household size for states, territories and Australia. The March issue's Media Release highlights "Overseas migration fuels WA population growth".


Overseas Arrivals and Departures, Australia, Aug 2013 (cat. no. 3401.0)
This monthly publication provides a summary of monthly data by category of movement. For visitors arriving and residents departing short term, the intended length of stay, main purpose of journey, principal destination (departures) or country of usual residence (arrivals) and state and territory in which most time was spent. For settler arrivals -- region of birth.

2011 Table Builder Basic, 2011 Third Release (cat no. 2072.0)
This product allows you to build your own tables of data from a range of 2011 Census classifications. You can also view and export the data in a variety of graphs and maps. You can access 2011 Census data for most topics including age, education, housing, income, transport, religion, ethnicity, occupation and more, from a single Statistical Area Level 1 (SA1) to all of Australia. TableBuilder Basic is freely available on the ABS website via an interactive, easy to use interface, with maps to assist you in choosing areas. Also created is a range of predefined data tables on selected topics to help get you started.
The third release adds geography 'Remoteness Area' to the available areas.

2011 Table Builder Pro, 2011 Third Release (cat no. 2073.0)
The product is charged version of TableBuilder and is a powerful Census data analysis tool. As a licensed user, you are provided with the full Census output record file that supports a huge variety of cross tabulations. You can extract and manipulate an unlimited number of Census tables and create graphs and thematic maps of Census data. It also has more sophisticated features that allow you to create your own recodes and custom geographies and share these with other people. You can access census data for ALL topics on the 2011 Census form including age, education, housing, income, transport, religion, ethnicity, occupation and more, from Statistical Area Level 1 (SA1) to all of Australia. With TableBuilder Pro you get a high performance and availability guarantee and access to a dedicated support line for direct access to ABS experts to help you make the most of the 2011 Census data.
The third release adds geography 'Remoteness Area' to the available areas.

National Regional Profile, 2007 to 2011 (cat. no. 1379.0.55.001)
The National Regional Profile (NRP) presents, for all Australia, a range of data for various types of small regions. Data are available for Local Government Areas, new Australian Statistical Geography Standard regions (Statistical Areas 2, 3 and 4, and Greater Capital City Statistical Areas) and State/Territory.

Topics@ a Glance - Migrant and Ethnicity Releases
A topic based listing of articles and publications relevant to migrants and ethnicity from other ABS publications.


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