5506.0 - Taxation Revenue, Australia, 2012-13 Quality Declaration 
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TAXATION PER CAPITA


In 2012–13, taxation per capita was $18,108, an increase of 5% from $17,313 in 2011–12.

The Commonwealth Government taxation per capita rose 5% from $14,101 in 2011–12 to $14,760 in 2012–13.

The average taxation per capita for state and local governments combined in 2012–13 was $3,377, an increase of 4% from $3,240 in 2011–12.

All states recorded an increase in taxation per capita from 2011-12 to 1012-13. Northern Territory recorded the highest percentage increase in taxation per capita rising 16%. Queensland recorded the lowest increase with taxation per capita rising 2%.

TAXATION PER CAPITA, by level of government(a)

200708
200809
200910
201011
201112
201213
$
$
$
$
$
$

State and Local Government
New South Wales
3 130
2 987
3 150
3 312
3 321
3 481
Victoria
2 998
2 930
3 122
3 334
3 366
3 434
Queensland
2 833
2 649
2 735
2 878
2 997
3 052
South Australia
2 820
2 813
2 889
3 021
3 055
3 222
Western Australia
3 475
3 036
3 323
3 441
3 603
3 944
Tasmania
2 132
2 103
2 247
2 246
2 330
2 433
Northern Territory
2 133
2 157
2 182
2 093
2 123
2 470
Australian Capital Territory
2 996
2 891
3 152
3 410
3 188
3 272
Average
3 014
2 867
3 027
3 186
3 240
3 377
Commonwealth Government
13 606
12 962
12 242
13 040
14 101
14 760
All levels of government
16 597
15 805
15 245
16 200
17 313
18 108

(a) Estimated Resident Population data used in this table is sourced from Australian Demographic Statistics, (cat. no. 3101.0). Details of the calculation are in paragraph 14 of the Explanatory Notes section.