1367.2 - State and Regional Indicators, Victoria, Mar 2009  
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ISSUE (QUARTER) Release Date
June 2009 10 August 2009
September 2009 5 November 2009


State and Regional Indicators, Victoria provides a summary of statistical information for Victoria at the State and/or regional level. Included in each chapter is commentary on statistical highlights which provides analysis and graphs on selected indicators.

This issue contains a feature article titled Measuring Victoria's Population. A list of all previous feature articles published is contained in Appendix 2 of the PDF version of this publication.

The statistics presented in this issue are the latest available as at 23 April 2009.

Please address feedback to:
      Post: Manager, Economic and Regional Statistics
      Statistical Coordination 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 chapter and table numbers may vary between issues.

A new chapter in this issue is Housing.


This issue is the final release for which both PDF and HTML versions of the publication will be produced. From the June quarter 2009, only the HTML version of the publication will available.


Explanatory Notes in the form found in other ABS publications are not included in State and Regional Indicators, Victoria. Readers 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.


For further information about these and related statistics, contact the National Information and Referral Service on 1300 135 070 or Steve Gelsi on Melbourne (03) 9615 7590.