3218.0 - Regional Population Growth, Australia, 2009-10 Quality Declaration 
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CONTENTS

Main Features
Includes: Population change, State/territory highlights, City growth, Outer suburban growth, Urban infill, Coastal and inland growth, Population declines, Remoteness Areas, Population density, Centre of population
New South Wales
Includes: Summary, Population change in Sydney, Population change in the remainder of NSW, Population density, Centre of population, Local government area populations
Victoria
Includes: Summary, Population change in Melbourne, Population change in regional Victoria, Population decline, Population density, Centre of population, Local government area populations
Queensland
Includes: Summary, Population change in south-east Queensland, Population change in the remainder of Queensland, Population density, Centre of population, Local government area populations
South Australia
Includes: Summary, Population change in Adelaide, Population change in the remainder of South Australia, Population density, Centre of population, Local government area populations
Western Australia
Includes: Summary, Population change in Perth, Population change in the remainder of Western Australia, Population density, Centre of population, Local government area populations
Tasmania
Includes: Summary, Regional variations, Municipal growth, Population change in cities, Population change in mining and farming regions, Population density, Centre of population, Local government area populations
Northern Territory
Includes: Summary, Population change in Darwin, Population change in the remainder of the Northern Territory, Population density, Centre of population, Local government area populations
Australian Capital Territory
Includes: Summary, Population change, Population density, Centre of population, Statistical local area populations
ASGS and the future of sub-state population estimates
Includes: The Australian Statistical Geography Standard (ASGS), Population estimates under the ASGS