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8106.0 - Not-for-profit Organisations, Australia, 2006-07 (Re-Issue) Quality Declaration 
Latest ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 12/06/2009  Reissue
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CULTURE AND RECREATION



Sources of Income

Expenses


SUMMARY OF OPERATIONS

At the end of June 2007, there were 8,258 not-for-profit culture and recreation organisations in Australia. Examples of these types of organisations include hospitality clubs, sporting organisations, performing arts organisations, libraries and museums.

Collectively, these organisations employed 102,652 people at the end of June 2007 and were characterised by a large casual workforce (49.1% or 50,417 people). Permanent full-time employees accounted for just under a third (33.3% or 34,167 people) of total employment and permanent part-time employees 17.6% (18,072 people).

In addition to paid employees, there were 575,600 volunteers during the 2006-07 financial year.

Industry value added by these organisations was $4.3b.


SOURCES OF INCOME

During the 2006-07 financial year, not-for-profit culture and recreation organisations received $13.2b in income.

The graph below shows that the main source of income for these organisations was income from services, which accounted for 48.7% ($6.4b) of total income.

SOURCES OF INCOME, Culture and recreation(a)
Graph: SOURCES OF INCOME, Culture and recreation(a)


Income from related or affiliated organisations accounted for 11.2% ($1.5b) of total income and donations, sponsorships and fundraising 9.3% ($1.2b).

EXPENSES

During the 2006-07 financial year, not-for-profit culture and recreation organisations incurred $12.3b in expenses.

The graph below shows that the main expense item for these organisations was labour costs, which accounted for 29.2% ($3.6b) of total expenses.

EXPENSE ITEMS, Culture and recreation(a)
Graph: EXPENSE ITEMS, Culture and recreation(a)


Purchases accounted for 14.6% ($1.8b) of total expenses, while grants and other payments made to other organisations/businesses and individuals accounted for 10.4% ($1.3b).

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