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1362.6 - Regional Statistics, Tasmania, 2007  
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At the 2001 Census, the local government area of King Island recorded the highest personal median weekly income in Tasmania at $417. Break O'Day recorded the lowest personal median weekly income ($239), while Tasmania as a whole recorded $314.

Kingborough reported the highest household median weekly income with $790. This compared to $618 for the state.

Hobart local government area recorded the highest family median weekly income at $1,055 ($756 for the state).


MEDIAN WEEKLY INCOME(a), Tasmanian local government areas - Census 2001

Personal median
weekly income(a)
Household median
weekly income(a)
Family median
weekly income(a)

Local government area

$

$

$

Greater Hobart-Southern
Brighton
287
590
668
Central Highlands
274
512
620
Clarence
351
692
860
Derwent Valley
285
603
706
Glamorgan/Spring Bay
282
510
624
Glenorchy
296
557
705
Hobart
399
746
1,055
Huon Valley
285
572
662
Kingborough
380
790
939
Sorell
314
610
722
Southern Midlands
279
561
656
Tasman
261
463
549
Total
332
648
807

Northern
Break O'Day
239
437
522
Dorset
303
584
691
Flinders
327
636
778
George Town
273
527
666
Launceston
307
584
734
Meander Valley
324
639
760
Northern Midlands
310
625
734
West Tamar
325
686
820
Total
306
601
730

Mersey-Lyell
Burnie
284
571
699
Central Coast
280
560
682
Circular Head
329
623
735
Devonport
292
548
672
Kentish
268
529
623
King Island
417
682
848
Latrobe
294
607
695
Waratah/Wynyard
278
541
668
West Coast
319
731
844
Total
289
574
689

Tasmania

314

618

756

(a) Median income refers to the middle value when a range of incomes is ordered from smallest to largest.

Source: ABS data available on request, 2001 Census of Population and Housing.


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