1307.8 - Australian Capital Territory in Focus, 2007  
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In chain volume terms, total retail turnover in the ACT increased from $3,245.4m in 2000-01 to $3,851.8m in 2005-06 (see Table 11.6). The largest contributors to these were businesses involved in Food retailing, Hospitality and services, and Household good retailing, contributing 38%, 21% and 12%, respectively, of total retail turnover in the ACT during 2005-06.


In June 2006, retail turnover for Food retailing was $131m, with the largest contributor being Supermarkets and grocery stores ($103.3m). Retail turnover for Takeaway food retailing during this month was $13.1m.


Retail turnover for Household good retailing in June 2006 was $75.9m, with the largest contributor being Domestic appliance and recorded music retailing ($37.4m).

13.13 Retail turnover, By industry sub-group(a) - ACT: Original - June 2001, 2005 and 2006

June 2001
June 2005
June 2006
Industry sub-group
$m
$m
$m

Food retailing
Supermarkets and grocery stores(b)
75.7
97.0
103.3
Takeaway food retailing
10.2
^12.7
^13.1
Other retailing
^15.5
^20.8
14.7
Total
101.4
130.5
131.0
Department stores
24.2
32.6
34.2
Clothing and soft good retailing
Clothing retailing
^12.0
14.4
14.9
Other clothing related retailing
4.7
5.9
6.1
Total
16.7
20.3
21.0
Household good retailing
Furniture and floor covering retailing
^13.9
^20.6
^26.4
Domestic hardware and houseware retailing
8.6
^10.4
12.1
Domestic appliance and recorded music retailing
^20.6
29.7
37.4
Total
43.1
60.7
75.9
Recreational good retailing
Newspaper, book and stationery retailing
^8.8
^8.0
^8.0
Other recreational goods retailing
^3.8
^5.2
^5.4
Total
12.5
^13.2
^13.4
Other retailing
Pharmaceutical, cosmetic and toiletry retailing
^12.2
^10.8
^11.2
Other retailing n.e.c.
^13.5
^12.0
*15.7
Total
^25.7
^22.9
^26.9
Hospitality and services
Hotels and licensed clubs
16.5
19.4
^25.9
Cafes and restaurants
^24.9
^19.5
^14.3
Selected services
^3.5
*3.4
^6.0
Total
44.9
^42.3
46.2
Total all industries
268.4
322.4
348.7

^ estimate has a relative standard error of 10% to less than 25% and should be used with caution
* estimate has a relative standard error of 25% to 50% and should be used with caution
(a) Classified according to the 1993 version of the Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC).
(b) Includes non-petrol sales of convenience stores of selected petrol stations.
Retail Trade, Australia, September 2007 (cat. no. 8501.0), Time series spreadsheets.


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