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2033.0.55.001 - Census of Population and Housing: Socio-Economic Indexes for Areas (SEIFA), Australia, 2011 Quality Declaration 
Latest ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 28/03/2013   
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Data



All SEIFA data is available to download from the Downloads tab. The available data cubes are outlined in the table below to assist users in choosing the right output for their specific needs.


SEIFA 2011: AVAILABLE OUTPUT
Geographic UnitIndexes Data CubePopulation Distribution Data CubeSA1 Distribution Data Cube
SA1YesN/AN/A
SA2YesNoYes
SA3NoYesYes
SA4NoYesYes
Statistical Local Area (SLA)YesNoYes
Local Government Area (LGA)YesYesYes
State Suburb (SSC)YesNoYes
Postal Area (POA)YesNoYes
Commonwealth Electoral Division (CED)NoYesYes
State Electoral Division (SED)NoYesYes

The most important data cube is the 'Indexes' cube for the SA1 level indexes - all other data cubes in the table are derived from it. It contains the index scores for each of the four indexes, as well as the associated ranks, deciles and percentiles at the national and state/territory level. For more information on these measures, see SEIFA Measures.

Data cubes have been provided for larger geographic areas containing: index scores, ranks, deciles and percentiles.

Accompanying the 'Indexes' data cubes are the 'Population Distribution' and 'SA1 Distribution' data cubes. These have been released to assist users in understanding the diversity of the socio-economic conditions of SA1s within larger areas. For more information on the distributional data cubes please refer to the following links:

Population Distribution Data Cubes
SA1 Distribution Data Cubes


Also new to SEIFA 2011 is the ability to download thematic maps of SEIFA data using Google Earth®. For more information, see Mapping SEIFA.


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