|Year 12 Achievement and Continuing Education |
This article focuses on 20-24 year olds and presents information on their educational attainment and the characteristics of those in further education.
|Where and how do Australia's Older People live?|
This article focuses on Australian's aged 65 years and over - where they lived and the activities they participated in, including paid work and caring for children.
|Western Australia - Outback: A Population Overview|
This article focuses on the smaller areas that make up Western Australia - Outback. It profiles their usual resident, enumerated and working populations.
|Still on the Move|
This article examines the migration flows of Australian residents between city, country and coastal areas from 2006 to 2011 and compares the characteristics of residents who have moved in this period with those of longer-term residents.
|Who are Australia's Older People?|
This article looks at how Australia's older population (aged 65 and over) has grown over time. It focusses on the birthplaces, languages, religious affiliations and educational qualifications of older Australians in 2011.
|Counting Resident and Non-resident Populations in the Census|
This article examines the differences between Census 'Usual Residence' and 'Place of Enumeration' population counts, focusing on five areas with the highest differences between the two.
|Same-sex Couple Families|
This article presents information on the number and characteristics of same-sex couples, as reported in the Census.
|Cultural Diversity in Australia|
This article presents an overview of the cultural diversity of Australia's population. It highlights the variety of languages, religions, ancestries and birthplaces reported in the 2011 Census.
|100 years of Australian Lives - Population|
This article examines how events such as the World Wars, the Great Depression, post-war migration and the Baby Boom have influenced Australia's population profile over the last 100 years, and how these events will continue to influence that profile in the decades to come.
These articles focus on various aspects of Census history including: the early history of censuses from 1788 to 1901; the past 100 years of National Censuses from 1911 to 2011; how data about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples have been collected; and Census workers.