8762.0 - Engineering Construction Activity, Australia, Jun 2012 Quality Declaration 
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 03/10/2012   
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VALUE OF WORK DONE STATES AND TERRITORIES


CHAIN VOLUME MEASURES - TREND ESTIMATES


NEW SOUTH WALES

Graph: NSW, value of work done, trend estimates, chain volume measures

The trend estimate for the value of work done in New South Wales rose 2.9% in the June quarter and has risen for nine quarters.


VICTORIA
Graph: Vic, value of work done, trend estimates, chain volume measures

The trend estimate of the value of work done in Victoria fell 1.5% in the June quarter following rises in the previous fourteen quarters.


QUEENSLAND
Graph: Qld, value of work done, trend estimates, chain volume measures

The trend estimate for the value of work done in Queensland rose 5.1% in the June quarter and has risen for eight quarters.


SOUTH AUSTRALIA
Graph: SA, value of work done, trend estimates, chain volume measures

The trend estimate for the value of work done in South Australia fell 2.0% in the June quarter and has fallen for four quarters.


WESTERN AUSTRALIA
Graph: WA, value of work done, trend estimates, chain volume measures

The trend estimate for the value of work done in Western Australia rose 4.7% in the June quarter and has risen for six quarters.


TASMANIA
Graph: Graph Tas, value of work done, trend estimates, chain volume measures

The trend estimate for the value of work done in Tasmania rose 16.5% in the June quarter and is now showing rises for three quarters.


NORTHERN TERRITORY
Graph: NT, value of work done, trend estimates, chain volume measures

The trend estimate for the value of work done in the Northern Territory rose 13.9% in the June quarter and has risen for five quarters.


AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY
Graph: ACT, value of work done, trend estimates, chain volume measures

The trend estimate for the value of work done in the Australian Capital Territory rose 4.1% in the June quarter and is now showing rises for two quarters.