2902.0 - Census Update (Newsletter), Oct 2002  
ARCHIVED ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 11/11/2002   
   Page tools: Print Print Page Print all pages in this productPrint All

Selected Social and Housing Characteristics and Journey to Work

Looking for Selected Social and Housing Statistics for your area?

The first release 2001 Census data was launched with the release of the National publication Selected Social and Housing Characteristics, Australia, 2001 (cat. no. 2015.0). This publication contains data for all Statistical Divisions (SD) and Statistical Sub-divisions (SSD) within each state and territory. The Basic Community Profile (BCP) at Australia level is also included.

On 12 September this year, the state and territory versions Selected Social and Housing Characteristics for SLAs (Cat. no. 2015.1-8) were released providing selected person and dwelling characteristics for Statistical Local Areas (SLAs), SDs and SSDs, as well as ranked tables and the BCP at state/territory level. Person counts on a Usual Residence basis and selected 1996 Census data at SD and SSD levels are also included for comparison.

This publication series covers a range of social and housing statistics produced from the 2001 Census. Primarily consisting of tables, the publications contain census population counts and selected census data describing the characteristics of people living in each area and their housing arrangements. Commentary is also provided, including a state or territory summary, regional comparisons for selected topics and time series comparisons. To purchase any of these publications phone 1300 135 070.

Are you waiting for 2001 Census data on Education, Labour Force or Journey to Work? Well the wait is over ... if you are after customised tables.

On 4 September 2002, second release 2001 Census data was made available through ABS Information Consultancy in the form of customised tables. Combined with the first release data, which became available on June 17, clients have the opportunity to have customised tables tailored to meet their specific requirements. This service provides added flexibility in the selection and cross classification of a number of census variables for geographic areas specified by the user.

To discuss your requirements call the National Information and Referral Service on 1300 135 070.