8762.0 - Engineering Construction Activity, Australia, Mar 2007  
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 17/07/2007   
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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 rose 4.1% in the March 2007 quarter, following an increase of 2.4% in the December 2006 quarter.



VICTORIA

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


The trend estimate of the value of work done fell 3.8% in the March 2007 quarter, marking the fifth consecutive quarterly decline.



QUEENSLAND

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


The trend estimate for the value of work done rose 3.7% in the March 2007 quarter, continuing the period of strong growth since December 2003.



SOUTH AUSTRALIA

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


The trend estimate for the value of work done rose 8.4%, the fourth consecutive quarter of strong growth.



WESTERN AUSTRALIA

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


The trend estimate for the value of work done rose 5.0% in the March 2007 quarter, continuing the strong growth in the series.



TASMANIA

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


The trend estimate for the value of work done rose 4.5% in the March 2007 quarter, following a 2.6% fall in the previous quarter.



NORTHERN TERRITORY

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


The trend estimate for the value of work done fell 3.1% for the March 2007 quarter, marking the seventh consecutive quarterly fall.



AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY

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


The trend estimate for the value of work done fell by 1.1% in the March 2007 quarter, following a 1.0% fall in the December quarter.