1367.2 - State and Regional Indicators, Victoria, Dec 2010  
ARCHIVED ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 21/02/2011  Final
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This is the final release of State and Regional Indicators Victoria pending the development of a new national output (cat. no. 1367.0), scheduled for release in July 2011. For further information, contact James Darragh on (03) 9615 7049 or email james.darragh@abs.gov.au.


State and Regional Indicators, Victoria provides a summary of statistical information for Victoria at the state and or regional level. Statistical highlights from selected indicators are included in each chapter with supporting commentary, graphs and thematic maps.

The statistics presented in this issue are the latest available as at 7 February 2011.

Please address feedback to:

      Post: Manager, Victorian Statistical Analytical Services Section
      Victorian Statistical Leadership Branch
      Australian Bureau of Statistics
      PO Box 2796Y
      Melbourne Vic 3001
      Email: <victoria.statistics@abs.gov.au>
      Fax: (03) 9615 7002


State and Regional Indicators, Victoria is released on a quarterly basis with chapters updated when new data are available. Chapters and tables are only included when new data are available, so the number of chapters and tables may vary between issues.

This issue includes the following new features:
    • Underemployment: A Victorian Perspective feature article
    • animated international merchandise trade pyramids for Victoria's 10 major trading partners, and
    • spotlights focusing on recent fertility trends in Victoria, and understanding and using time series analysis.


Explanatory notes in the form found in other ABS publications are not included in State and Regional Indicators, Victoria. For detailed information on the statistics, users are directed to the Explanatory notes contained in related ABS publications.

Users are advised that small area estimates presented in this publication should be used with care.

Due to rounding, discrepancies may occur between sums of the component items and totals in individual tables, and between totals in related tables.


For further information about these and related statistics, contact the National Information and Referral Service on 1300 135 070 or Mizan Laskar on Melbourne (03) 9615 7806.