|Details of the classifications used in the 2006 Census, along with definitions of Census concepts and themes. The dictionary is a comprehensive reference guide that will help you determine and specify your data requirements.|
A summary of conceptual and data issues, and changes that have occurred since the last Census. Fact sheets are designed to assist in the use and interpretation of Census data.
General information about the 2006 non-response rates for person and dwelling variables. Includes non-response rate tables for each state and territory, and the whole of Australia, for place of usual residence and place of enumeration.
Information about any known issues affecting the quality of data published in the 2006 Census.
Useful product information and reference material about the 2006 Census. It also includes information on the two stage release strategy, release schedule and the change to Place of Usual Residence as the primary basis for releasing data.
Answers to some of the more commonly asked questions on the Census, including what is the Census and what are the benefits of having a Census.
Information about how the 2006 Census was planned, conducted and processed.
2006 Census Information PapersBackground information on different aspects of the way the 2006 Census was conducted and which will also assist in the interpretation of 2006 Census data. The papers provide an explanation of conceptual and data issues, and present procedures used by the ABS in conducting the Census.
A copy of the 2006 Census Household Form in PDF format.
A regular newsletter providing informative commentary and articles on the Census.
Short snippets of interesting facts and figures from the 2006 Census.
A useful reference outlining the release dates of the various 2006 Census products.
Media information about the 2006 Census.
A CD-ROM containing a range of useful 2006 Census reference material including the Census Dictionary and historical information, product information and demonstrations.