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4156.0.55.002 - Value of Sport, Australia, 2013 Quality Declaration 
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SPORT AND RECREATION ACTIVITIES INDUSTRY

In more recent times, the ABS (2013a) publication Australian Industry, 201112 (cat. no. 8155.0) presents estimates of economic and financial performance of Australian industry. The businesses that contribute to the statistics in this publication are classified by industry, in accordance with the 2006 ANZSIC. Data is presented below on the 2006 ANZSIC Class 91 Sports and recreation activities.

The operating profit margin for sports and recreation activities was 9.5% in 2011–12. This is slightly higher compared with 2010–11 (8.8%) but lower compared with 2009–10 (14.3%).

7.4 SPORTS AND RECREATION ACTIVITIES, Summary of operations - 2008-09 to 2011-12

2008-09
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12

Employment at end June(a) ('000)
108
116
126
134
Total income ($m)
11 398
12 488
12 737
12 773
Total expenses ($m)
10 252
10 993
11 749
11 699
Operating profit before tax(b) ($m)
^1 111
^1 503
*967
^1 081
Profit margin (%)
np
14.3
8.8
9.5

^ estimate has a relative standard error of 10% to less than 25% and should be used with caution
* estimate has a relative standard error of 25% to 50% and should be used with caution
np not available for publication but included in totals where applicable, unless otherwise indicated
(a) Includes working proprietors and partners of unincorporated businesses.
(b) The size of the RSE may be a misleading indicator of the reliability of the estimates for operating profit before tax. It is possible for an estimate legitimately to include positive and negative values, reflecting the financial performance of individual businesses. In this case, the aggregated estimate can be small relative to the contribution of individual businesses, resulting in a standard error which is large relative to the estimate.
Source: Australian Industry, 2011-12 (cat. no. 8155.0).






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