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QuickStats Country of Birth (cat no 2061.0.55.001) is a summary of Census data for people born in a selected range of countries. It has data for persons, families and dwellings. You can select from the top 53 countries of birth for geographic areas ranging from Australia, States and Territories to Greater Capital City Statistical Areas and Rest of State. Data for all people born overseas and people born in Australia are also provided for comparison. QuickStats Country of Birth is not inclusive of all Census topics, instead providing a subset of general and topical information. The data displayed covers a range of social, economic and demographic statistics, including age, language, religion and employment. Tables, graphs and narratives present the information in a way that is easily viewed and printed.

Country of Birth Community Profiles provides a comprehensive statistical picture of Overseas born persons for areas of geography that match Local Government Areas (LGA) and Commonwealth Electoral Divisions (CED). The profiles provide characteristics about people from selected countries of birth relating to people, families and dwellings, in Excel format. They cover most topics on the Census form. Not all Countries of Birth are available within the suite of LGA and CED profiles. To overcome issues of sparsity a minimum of 400 people from a Country of Birth, at the time of the 2011 Census, were required to be resident within the geographic area of interest. Consequently not all of the possible combinations of Country of Birth by LGA or CED are available.

Profiles at the Local Government Area level reflect those LGAs within Greater Capital City areas (excluding the Australian Capital Territory). Profiles for Commonwealth Electoral Divisions represent CEDs in each State and Territory.
The Country of Birth Community Profile series includes:
Australian Social Trends, 2014 (cat. no. 4102.0)
This publication released three times a year, presents analysis and commentary on a wide range of social issues. The March release contains a feature article 'Where do migrants live?', by selected countries of birth, focusing on suburbs in Sydney, Melbourne and Perth.

Australian Social Trends also includes Summary tables with data for key social indicators, providing an overview of social change over the past decade as well as how social conditions differ across Australian states and territories. A set of international tables compare Australia with 17 other nations.

Australian Demographic Statistics, Sep 2013 (cat. no. 3101.0)
Released quarterly, this publication provides estimates of total population for states, territories and Australia. It includes: the most recent estimates of population in five-year age groups; numbers of births, deaths, infant deaths; interstate and overseas movements. Quarterly and/or annual time series tables are available for download. It also includes projected resident populations, projected population in households, projected number of households and projected average household size for states, territories and Australia. The September issue's Media Release highlights 'Record interstate migration gains for Victoria'.

Australian Labour Market Statistics, July Sep 2013 (cat. no. 6105.0)
Released annually, this publication contains supplementary measures of labour underutilisation and employment type, as well as analyses of contemporary labour market issues and information about the latest developments in ABS labour statistics program. The July release contains a feature article 'Migrant Data in ABS Labour Statistics'.
Overseas Arrivals and Departures, Australia, Feb 2014 (cat. no. 3401.0)
This monthly publication provides a summary of monthly data by category of movement. For visitors arriving and residents departing short term, the intended length of stay, main purpose of journey, principal destination (departures) or country of usual residence (arrivals) and state and territory in which most time was spent. For settler arrivals -- region of birth.

2011 Table Builder Basic, 2011 Third Release (cat no. 2072.0)
The third release adds geography 'Remoteness Area' to the available areas.

2011 Table Builder Pro, 2011 Third Release (cat no. 2073.0)
The third release adds geography 'Remoteness Area' to the available areas.

National Regional Profile, 2007 to 2011 (cat. no. 1379.0.55.001)
The National Regional Profile (NRP) presents, for all Australia, a range of data for various types of small regions. Data are available for Local Government Areas, new Australian Statistical Geography Standard regions (Statistical Areas 2, 3 and 4, and Greater Capital City Statistical Areas) and State/Territory.

Microdata: Work Related Training and Adult Learning, April 2013 (First Issue) (cat. no. 4234.0.30.001)

Microdata: Education and Work, May 2013 (cat. no. 6227.0.30.001)