Tasmanian Key Indicators (cat. no. 1304.6) contains summary data about Tasmania, mainly sourced from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) as well as education data from the Ministerial Council for Education, Early Childhood Development and Youth Affairs (MCEECDYA).
Links to ABS source publications and the MCEECDYA website are included in the relevant sections and in the data cubes.
Please note, the Explanatory Notes in this publication are not in the form found in other ABS publications. For further information about the data in this publication, please refer to the Explanatory Notes tab of the relevant ABS source publication, and to the data source for non-ABS data.
ESTIMATES OF CHANGE
Estimates of change in this publication are sourced from published estimates where available or if not published, have been calculated from relevant survey estimates. There may be small differences between the calculated changes compared to the published movements.
Tasmanian Key Indicators is updated monthly with the most recently released data available.
The quality of data presented in Tasmanian Key Indicators will vary based on the source of information. For example, Census data will be more reliable than survey estimates. All data included in this publication have been assessed to ensure fitness and appropriateness for publication and analysis.
The inclusion of non-ABS data and links to external websites does not constitute either an endorsement or a recommendation by the ABS of this material. The ABS takes reasonable care in linking to external websites but has no direct control over the content of the linked sites, nor the changes that may occur to the content on those sites. For further information please refer to the disclaimer notice on the ABS website.
A list of related publications is included on the ABS website under the Related Information tab of the latest release of Tasmanian Key Indicators.
General inquiries about the content and interpretation of the statistics in this publication should be addressed to Louise Hawker on (03) 6222 5832. For all other inquiries please contact the National Information Referral Service on 1300 135 070.