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STATE COMPARISONS

Retail turnover

Period
New South Wales
Victoria
Queensland
South Australia
Western Australia
Tasmania
Northern Territory
Australian Capital Territory
Australia

Annual - Chain volume measures ($ million)(a)

2005-06
62 091.4
49 013.5
38 561.9
13 254.5
20 963.1
4 394.9
1 857.9
3 799.1
193 933.0
2006-07
64 345.0
50 772.5
40 589.3
13 889.6
22 794.4
4 474.9
2 014.8
4 012.3
202 891.2
2007-08
67 098.4
52 400.6
43 192.4
14 705.5
23 644.6
4 621.1
2 176.8
4 103.4
211 942.9

Quarterly - Seasonally adjusted - Chain volume measure ($ million)

2006-2007
December
15 880.6
12 663.8
9 943.8
3 426.1
5 601.7
1 096.0
494.7
996.9
50 106.6
March
16 362.2
12 843.6
10 278.3
3 555.2
5 865.3
1 124.9
513.2
1 018.6
51 560.7
June
16 316.3
12 725.7
10 471.4
3 523.5
5 840.9
1 140.7
515.6
1 024.0
51 556.8
2007-2008
September
16 799.9
12 962.1
10 677.7
3 541.2
5 894.9
1 150.8
523.1
1 026.2
52 575.9
December
16 914.5
13 125.6
10 860.1
3 646.6
5 929.6
1 149.0
547.2
1 023.0
53 195.6
March
16 787.6
13 208.8
10 857.7
3 728.2
5 847.4
1 147.8
548.0
1 027.4
53 152.8
June
16 596.4
13 104.1
10 797.0
3 789.5
5 972.7
1 173.5
558.6
1 026.9
53 018.6
2008-2009
September
16 283.9
13 218.6
10 936.1
3 841.3
6 041.6
1 191.0
576.7
998.3
53 087.5
December
16 488.4
13 471.6
10 954.3
3 835.4
5 938.5
1 205.7
594.9
1 014.3
53 503.1

Monthly - Trend ($ million)

2007-2008
December
5 719.3
4 495.0
3 710.1
1 254.3
2 007.3
389.4
186.7
350.2
18 114.9
January
5 717.8
4 501.5
3 711.6
1 264.8
2 007.0
390.3
187.8
352.2
18 134.0
February
5 711.6
4 498.6
3 708.4
1 273.8
2 011.6
391.3
188.6
353.8
18 137.8
March
5 704.5
4 491.8
3 710.2
1 282.7
2 019.7
393.4
189.5
353.8
18 145.1
April
5 695.2
4 485.8
3 722.1
1 292.3
2 031.2
396.8
190.8
352.0
18 165.7
May
5 681.4
4 485.9
3 741.5
1 303.0
2 045.9
400.8
192.6
349.3
18 200.4
June
5 664.6
4 497.0
3 763.7
1 313.8
2 060.5
404.5
195.0
346.9
18 245.9
2008-2009
July
5 646.1
4 517.9
3 783.3
1 323.4
2 070.9
407.2
197.5
346.0
18 292.4
August
5 627.6
4 543.9
3 798.0
1 330.7
2 076.9
409.0
200.0
346.9
18 333.1
September
5 611.1
4 572.1
3 807.3
1 335.5
2 079.8
410.3
202.5
348.9
18 367.5
October
5 597.8
4 601.2
3 813.2
1 338.9
2 079.9
411.4
204.9
351.1
18 398.3
November
5 586.9
4 629.2
3 816.0
1 340.4
2 077.4
412.4
207.3
353.5
18 423.1
December
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January
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February
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Percentage change from previous month

2007-2008
June
-0.3
0.2
0.6
0.8
0.7
0.9
1.2
-0.7
0.3
2008-2009
July
-0.3
0.5
0.5
0.7
0.5
0.7
1.3
-0.2
0.3
August
-0.3
0.6
0.4
0.5
0.3
0.4
1.3
0.3
0.2
September
-0.3
0.6
0.2
0.4
0.1
0.3
1.2
0.6
0.2
October
-0.2
0.6
0.2
0.3
0.0
0.3
1.2
0.6
0.2
November
-0.2
0.6
0.1
0.1
-0.1
0.2
1.2
0.7
0.1
December
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January
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February
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(a) Reference year 2006-07.
Source: Retail Trade, Australia, (cat. no. 8501.0) and Retail Trade Quarterly Indicators, Australia, (cat. no. 8502.0)

Total private new capital expenditure

Period
New South Wales
Victoria
Queensland
South Australia
Western Australia
Tasmania
Australia(a)

Annual ($ million)

2005-06
18 585
15 481
13 522
4 553
16 471
1 151
72 641
2006-07
17 604
16 369
15 319
4 927
19 717
834
77 552
2007-08
20 663
16 838
17 220
5 046
23 191
1 094
86 478

Quarterly - Seasonally adjusted ($ million)

2006-2007
December
3 965
3 877
3 517
1 203
4 712
185
18 059
March
4 570
4 309
3 844
1 258
5 142
233
20 022
June
4 961
4 152
4 130
1 311
5 480
230
21 142
2007-2008
September
4 776
4 206
3 981
1 196
5 315
208
20 300
December
5 071
4 220
4 112
1 212
5 583
279
21 190
March
5 247
4 082
4 392
1 459
6 031
242
21 641
June
5 513
4 306
4 712
1 233
6 209
346
23 161
2008-2009
September
5 302
4 127
5 187
1 473
7 337
293
24 225
December
5 545
4 680
5 823
1 231
7 897
336
26 244

Percentage change from previous quarter

2007-2008
September
-3.7
1.3
-3.6
-8.8
-3.0
-9.4
-4.0
December
6.2
0.3
3.3
1.3
5.0
34.0
4.4
March
3.5
-3.3
6.8
20.4
8.0
-13.3
2.1
June
5.1
5.5
7.3
-15.5
2.9
43.2
7.0
2008-2009
September
-3.8
-4.1
10.1
19.5
18.2
-15.4
4.6
December
4.6
13.4
12.3
-16.4
7.6
14.7
8.3

(a) Estimates for Australian Capital Territory and Northern Territory are not available separately, but are included in the Australian total.
Source: Private New Capital Expenditure and Expected Expenditure, Australia, (cat. no. 5625.0)

New motor vehicle sales(a), Total

Period
New South Wales
Victoria
Queensland
South Australia
Western Australia
Tasmania(b)
Northern Territory(b)
Australian Capital Territory(b)
Australia

Annual

2005-06
296 976
250 189
212 797
62 423
105 354
19 576
9 295
14 741
971 351
2006-07
305 933
252 521
223 441
60 752
117 158
18 808
9 675
15 594
1 003 882
2007-08
323 670
276 891
233 682
64 561
122 514
19 972
10 465
16 546
1 068 301

Monthly - Seasonally adjusted

2007-2008
January
27 727
23 661
19 486
5 759
10 589
1 716
902
1 411
91 252
February
27 038
23 628
19 166
5 532
10 101
1 636
911
1 336
89 349
March
27 343
23 714
19 436
5 514
10 582
1 668
1 052
1 438
90 748
April
25 953
23 055
19 846
5 390
10 248
1 779
906
1 342
88 517
May
26 272
23 410
18 173
5 480
9 996
1 550
883
1 301
87 066
June
26 517
23 625
18 575
5 511
9 717
1 540
856
1 295
87 635
2008-2009
July
25 020
22 217
17 511
5 313
9 771
1 591
914
1 295
83 632
August
24 093
21 312
16 717
5 290
9 685
1 785
906
1 208
80 995
September
24 345
20 891
16 836
5 233
9 435
1 459
845
1 184
80 228
October
23 824
20 878
16 765
5 167
9 419
1 410
799
1 201
79 463
November
23 043
19 593
15 687
5 001
8 572
1 454
819
1 209
75 378
December
23 069
20 195
16 134
4 963
8 592
1 387
832
1 256
76 427
January
22 789
20 067
15 857
4 867
8 523
1 443
762
1 247
75 555
February
22 234
18 836
15 407
4 393
8 305
1 390
755
1 248
72 569
March
21 415
18 543
14 498
4 597
7 986
1 468
629
1 144
70 279

Monthly - Trend

2007-2008
January
27 453
23 405
20 027
5 516
10 386
1 718
907
1 402
90 814
February
27 278
23 556
19 773
5 537
10 377
1 697
926
1 388
90 532
March
26 990
23 624
19 435
5 529
10 313
1 669
934
1 372
89 866
April
26 622
23 541
19 049
5 501
10 197
1 650
932
1 351
88 843
May
26 207
23 289
18 636
5 463
10 060
1 638
921
1 323
87 536
June
25 728
22 868
18 177
5 416
9 918
1 625
902
1 290
85 924
2008-2009
July
25 199
22 303
17 657
5 362
9 765
1 602
883
1 256
84 026
August
24 662
21 688
17 148
5 309
9 589
1 569
867
1 229
82 060
September
24 158
21 104
16 744
5 235
9 386
1 527
855
1 214
80 223
October
23 712
20 606
16 448
5 138
9 159
1 484
841
1 214
78 602
November
23 318
20 210
16 184
5 023
8 906
1 446
818
1 219
77 125
December
22 955
19 874
15 910
4 898
8 656
1 421
791
1 224
75 728
January
22 571
19 525
15 610
4 769
8 433
1 412
761
1 225
74 305
February
22 199
19 183
15 308
4 649
8 242
1 410
730
1 221
72 942
March
21 848
18 877
15 015
4 548
8 093
1 429
703
1 213
71 725

Percentage change from previous month - Trend

2008-2009
March
-1.6
-1.6
-1.9
-2.2
-1.8
1.3
-3.8
-0.7
-1.7

(a) Original sales data are provided by the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries and sourced from VFACTS.
(b) Extreme care should be exercised in using the seasonally adjusted series for the number of new motor vehicles sales in Tasmania, the Northern Territory and the Australian Capital Territory. The highly erratic nature of this data makes reliable estimation of the seasonal pattern very difficult.
Source: Sales of New Motor Vehicles, (Electronic Publication), (cat. no. 9314.0.55.001)






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