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Explore Your City Through the 2006 Census Social Atlas Series
 



Incorporating eight easy-to-read chapters with colour thematic maps and insightful commentary
on the 2006 Census, the Social Atlas series gives you an “all in one” birds eye view of your city!
The 2006 Social Atlas series is a complete reference, providing you with key information
on Australia’s cities and selected regions.


Link: Melbourne, includes Geelong Link: Melbourne Also includes Geelong2030.2
Melbourne
Includes
Geelong

(44.18 MB) $29
Link: Adelaide, includes Mount Gambier & Whyalla Link: Adelaide Also includes Mount Gambier and Whyalla2030.4
Adelaide
Includes
Mount Gambier
& Whyalla

(12.7 MB) $29
Link: Canberra, includes Queanbeyan Link: Canberra Also includes Queanbeyan2030.8
Canberra
Includes
Queanbeyan

(11.18 MB) $29
Link: Darwin & Palmerston, includes Alice Springs & Litchfield Shire Link: Darwin and Palmerston Also includes Alice Springs and Litchfield Shire2030.7
Darwin & Palmerston
Includes
Alice Springs &
Litchfield Shire

(5 MB) $29
Link: Brisbane, includes the Gold Coast & the Sunshine Coast Link: Brisbane Also includes the Gold Coast and the Sunshine Coast2030.3
Brisbane
Includes the
Gold Coast & theSunshine Coast
(24.32 MB) $29
Link: Perth, includes Bunbury & Kalgoorlie Link: Perth Also includes Bunbury and Kalgoorlie2030.5
Perth
Includes
Bunbury &
Kalgoorlie

(26.75 MB) $29
Link: Hobart, includes Launceston & Burnie-Devonport Link: Hobart Also includes Launceston and Burnie-Devonport2030.6
Hobart
Includes
Launceston &
Burnie-Devonport

(18.4 MB) $29
Link: Sydney, includes Wollongong, Newcastle & Central Coast Link: Sydney Also includes Wollongong, Newcastle and Central Coast2030.1
Sydney
Includes
Wollongong,
Newcastle &
Central Coast

(53.4 MB) $29


The 2006 Social Atlas series is a valuable resource for any Australian
To purchase a copy of a Social Atlas call 1300 135 070
Testimonials:
Image: Student, NSW‘I found the Sydney Social Atlas really helpful with my paper, it had information from my area and that allowed me to be more specific in my conclusions’. Student, NSWImage: Public Servant, ACT‘Having up to date information is absolutely critical when identifying trends and making policy decisions. We were excited to see the latest Census Social Atlases had been released. We will be refreshing our library so we can stay up to date and relevant’. Public Servant, ACTImage: Teacher, Vic‘There is so much more information, it is well presented and easy to understand. I found it to be a very valuable resource, my students loved it too’. Teacher, Vic

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