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8750.0 - Dwelling Unit Commencements, Australia, Preliminary, Dec 2009  
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 17/03/2010   
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DWELLING UNIT COMMENCEMENTS STATES & TERRITORIES


NEW SOUTH WALES

Graph: Dwelling unit commencements, NSW

The trend estimate of the number of total dwelling unit commencements is showing rises for three quarters.


VICTORIA
Graph: Dwelling unit commencements, Vic.

The trend estimate of the number of total dwelling unit commencements has risen for five quarters.


QUEENSLAND
Graph: Dwelling unit commencements, Qld.

The trend estimate of the number of total dwelling unit commencements is now showing rises for three quarters.


SOUTH AUSTRALIA
Graph: Dwelling unit commencements, SA

The trend estimate of the number of total dwelling unit commencements rose this quarter following four quarters of falls.


WESTERN AUSTRALIA
Graph: Dwelling unit commencements, WA

The trend estimate of the number of total dwelling unit commencements is showing rises for four quarters.


TASMANIA
Graph: Dwelling unit commencements, Tas.

The trend estimate of the number of total dwelling unit commencements has risen for three quarters.


NORTHERN TERRITORY
Graph: Dwelling unit commencements, NT

The trend estimate of the number of total dwelling unit commencements is now showing rises for seven quarters.


AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY
Graph: Dwelling unit commencements, ACT

The trend estimate of the number of total dwelling unit commencements is showing growth for three quarters.


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