Compare Regions 2006-2010


To access files containing all data for all regions click on the link below.

Link to download page for SuperTables, CSV and Excel file


There are three file types available. There are SuperTABLE files (.srd format), a comma separated value (.csv) file that can be opened in a variety of packages, including Excel, and a new file in excel format (.xls) called 'NRP 2004-2010 LGA Comparison file.xls'.

New file added 2 April 2012
The newly added Local Government Comparison excel file enables the easy comparison of data between two Local Government Areas for a specific data item, or to view the top five regions for a specific data item. This spreadsheet is designed for users who want to compare two local government areas for a specific data item. Open the excel file and follow the instructions on the opening tab to use this tool.

With the SuperTABLE software, you can query and manipulate large amounts of data and extract tables containing relevant information suited to your requirements. SuperTABLE allows you to perform functions such as calculating averages, or adding sub-totals, and the reports you create can be saved in other file formats such as XLS, WKS, TXT or CSV.

When you specify geography in the SuperTABLE data cube, you will see two 'Total Australia' headings - when you open the 'twistie' next to each heading, you will see different regions. The first 'Total Australia' heading opens to show states/territories, Local Government Areas and Statistical Local Areas. The second 'Total Australia' heading opens to show states/territories and the other regions (Statistical Divisions, Statistical Subdivisions, Statistical Local Areas).

For further information including how to download SuperTABLE free from the Space-Time Research website, see How do I download data cubes with a srd file extension?

For further information on using the SuperTABLE data cube in the National Regional Profile, see the Demonstration Videos.

Note: SuperTABLE and the excel file do not distinguish between zero and annotations such as 'n.a' (not available) and 'n.p.' (not published) - these all appear in the datacubes as '-'. The CSV file does contain zero, n.a. and n.p. as appropriate.