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1384.6 - Statistics - Tasmania, 2007  
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One indicator of dwelling size is the number of bedrooms. At the 2001 Census, some 53.5% of all dwelling structures in Tasmania had three bedrooms, 21.3% had two bedrooms, and 16.2% had four or more bedrooms. Of the separate houses in Tasmania in 2001, some 60.9% had three bedrooms, 18.5% had four or more bedrooms and 16.6% had two bedrooms.

NUMBER OF BEDROOMS, Households, Tasmania - Census 2001

Separate house
Total(a)(b)

No. of bedrooms
'000
'000

One bedroom
2.7
9.8
2 bedrooms
24.8
37.3
3 bedrooms
91.0
93.8
4 or more bedrooms
27.6
28.4
Not stated
3.3
4.9
Total(b)
149.5
175.2


(a) Includes other dwelling structures such as semi-detached, row or terrace houses, townhouses and flats.
(b) Includes bed-sits and dwellings with no bedrooms.
Source: ABS data available on request, Census of Population and Housing 2001.

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