Geographic areas for 2011 TableBuilder Pro and 2011 TableBuilder Basic databases are the same.

The geography in the databases ranges from Australia down to the smallest output geography – called Statistical Area Level 1 – which is a small area where the population is in the range of 200–300 people.

Main Structure

Geography list as displayed in the 2011 Pro Databases
  • Australia
  • Main Statistical Area Structure (ASGS)
  • States
  • Statistical Area Level 4
  • Statistical Area Level 3
  • Statistical Area Level 2
  • Statistical Area Level 1
  • Greater Capital City Statistical Areas
  • Indigenous Geography
  • Indigenous Regions
  • Indigenous Areas
  • Indigenous Locations
  • Section of States/Urban Centres and Localities
  • Section of States
  • Section of State Ranges
  • Urban Centres and Localities
  • Significant Urban Areas
  • Remoteness Areas
  • Local Government Areas
  • Local Government Areas
  • Statistical Local Areas
  • State Suburbs
  • Postal Areas
  • Electoral Divisions
  • Commonwealth Electoral Divisions
  • State Electoral Divisions
  • Australian Drainage Divisions
  • Natural Resource Management Regions

Migration Geography

Selected databases in 2011 TableBuilder include geographies to assist with generating tables for migration patterns.
These geographies are:
  • Local Government Areas of Usual Residence One Year Ago
  • Local Government Areas of Usual Residence Five Years Ago
Note: These geographies include areas for Statistical Local Areas.
  • Place of Usual Residence One Year Ago
  • Place of Usual Residence Five Years Ago
Note: These Geographies include areas for
  • States
  • Statistical Areas Level 4
  • Statistical Areas Level 3
  • Statistical Areas Level 2.

For example, you will find these geographies in:
TableBuilder Pro
  • 2011 Census - Counting Persons, Place of Usual Residence
  • Persons Classifications
  • Usual Address and Internal Migration
TableBuilder Basic
  • 2011 Census - Usual Residence and Internal Migration
  • Usual Address and Internal Migration Classifications
  • Internal Migration.

Place of Work Geography

Selected databases in 2011 TableBuilder include Geographical Areas (Place of Work), which counts people 15 years and over who are in the labour force, at the place where they worked in the week prior to Census Night.
This geography is only available down to the Statistical Area Level 2.
These geographies are:
  • Main Statistical Area Structure (ASGS)
  • States
  • Statistical Area Level 4
  • Statistical Area Level 3
  • Statistical Area Level 2
  • Greater Capital City Statistical Areas
  • Local Government Areas

For example, you will find Place of Work geography in these databases:
TableBuilder Pro
  • 2011 Census - Counting Employed Persons, Place of Work
TableBuilder Basic
  • 2011 Census - Employment, Income and Paid Work.

In the TableBuilder Pro database for Counting Employed Persons – Place of Work, the following Destination Zones are available.

DZN to State/Territory
  • State
  • Statistical Area Level 2
  • Destination Zones