Greater Brisbane increased by 52,600 people (2.1%), the rest of the state increased by 32,500 (1.3%).
The areas with the largest growth were:
- Pimpama (up by 3,300 people) on the Gold Coast
- Jimboomba (2,500) on Brisbane's southern outskirts
- Springfield Lakes (2,400), a suburb of Ipswich
The areas with the highest growth rates were:
Components of population change
- Ripley (27%), a suburb of Ipswich
- Pimpama (20%)
- Eagle Farm - Pinkenba (19%) on the northern banks of the Brisbane River
Centre of population
- Jimboomba had the largest natural increase (490 people).
- Pimpama had the largest net internal migration gain (2,800 people).
- Surfers Paradise on the Gold Coast had the largest net overseas migration gain (900 people).
The centre for Queensland:
- was in the rural suburb of Booubyjan at June 2019, 95 kilometres south-west of Maryborough
- moved 2.4 kilometres south-east over 2018-19, reflecting strong population growth in South East Queensland
The centre for Brisbane:
- was in the suburb of Highgate Hill at June 2019, to the south-west of Brisbane's central business district
- moved 50 metres south-west over 2018-19, indicating higher growth in Ipswich in Brisbane's south-west
The areas with the highest density at June 2019 were all inner Brisbane suburbs:
- Kangaroo Point (7,400 people per sq km)
- Fortitude Valley (7,100)
- New Farm (6,700)