1387.3 - Queensland in Review, 2003  
ARCHIVED ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 13/05/2004  Ceased
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Note 06/06/2007: Queensland in Review has been discontinued. Articles which would formerly have been included in this product can now be accessed from 1318.3 Qld Stats Contents/Articles.

QUEENSLAND: Major geographical features and urban areas

Map of Queensland showing major geographical features and major urban areas.Queensland is a large and diverse state about which there exists a great quantity of information. These web pages aim to assist users to navigate through an abundance of information by providing a range of data and information.

The pages do not aim to be comprehensive but rather aim to give an indication of available data and information through articles referenced at a point in time with links to pages where users can access further information.

Topics are presented under the headings of The Economy, The Environment, Industry, and Population - Characteristics, Social, Personal and Economic. In addition, a variety of topics are covered including history and government and statistical overviews in the 'General' section.

A full list of the webpages contained in Queensland in Review, together with hotlinks to each page can be found on the
contents page.

Work on these pages is ongoing and further articles and data will be added regularly. Interested users are advised to check periodically as the ABS web site is updated daily at 11.30 am (Canberra time).

Key Statistics

The Key Statistics webpage has been removed from Queensland in Review and launched as a separate product. No changes have been made to content and it continues to provide selected Queensland indicators including population and vitals, employment and unemployment, consumer price index, building activity and interstate trade.

We welcome your suggestions and comments. Please contact us:-

Phone: 1300 135 070
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