Greater Perth increased by 27,400 people (1.3%), the rest of the state fell by 80 (-0.01%).
The areas with the largest growth were:
- Ellenbrook in Perth's north-east and Baldivis in the city's south-west (both up by 2,200 people)
- Forrestdale - Harrisdale - Piara Waters (2,100) in Perth's south-east
The areas with the highest growth rates were:
Components of population change
- Alkimos - Eglinton (12%) in Perth's outer north-west
- North Coogee (9.6%) and Casuarina - Wandi (9.2%) in Perth's south-west
Centre of population
- Ellenbrook had the largest natural increase (650 people).
- Baldivis had the largest net internal migration gain (1,400 people).
- Perth City had the largest net overseas migration gain (900 people).
The centre for Western Australia:
- was in the Avon Valley National Park at June 2019, 24 kilometres west of the town of Toodyay
- moved 820 metres south-west over 2018-19, towards Perth’s central business district
The centre for Perth:
- was in the suburb of Como at June 2019, near the banks of the Swan River
- moved 40 metres south over 2018-19, reflecting slightly stronger growth to the south of the city
The areas with the highest density at June 2019 were:
- Scarborough and Tuart Hill - Joondanna in Perth's north-west (both 3,400 people per sq km)
- Perth City (3,300)