Australian Capital Territory
The number of people living in the Australian Capital Territory increased by 6,300 (1.5%).
The areas with the largest growth were:
- Moncrieff (up by 1,100 people) on Canberra's northern outskirts
- Throsby (520), a newly developing suburb also in the north
- Coombs (480) on Canberra's western outskirts
The areas with the highest growth rates were:
Components of population change
- Moncrieff (38%)
- Coombs (16%)
- Dickson (11%) in the city's inner north
Centre of population
- Ngunnawal in Canberra's north had the largest natural increase (190 people).
- Moncrieff had the largest net internal migration gain (930 people).
- Belconnen, north-west of the city centre, had the largest net overseas migration gain (160 people).
The centre for the Australian Capital Territory:
- was located near Lake Burley Griffin at June 2019, in the suburb of Yarralumla
- moved 100 metres north in 2018-19, reflecting population growth in the northern suburbs of Canberra
The areas with the highest density at June 2019 were:
- Braddon (4,400 people per sq km) in the inner north
- Kingston (4,200) on the south-eastern banks of Lake Burley Griffin
- inner-city Civic (3,400)