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Taxation Revenue, Australia

Statistics about taxation revenue collected by the various levels of government in Australia

Reference period
2017-18
Released
29/04/2019

Key statistics

  • Total taxation revenue collected in Australia increased $41,797m (8.6%) from $486,790m in 2016-17 to $528,587m in 2017-18.
  • Taxes on income, profits and capital gains increased $31,332m (11.1%).
  • Taxes on provision of goods and services increased $6,244m (4.6%).

Taxation revenue analysis

This publication contains statistics of taxation revenue collected by all levels of government in Australia for the periods 2008-09 to 2017-18. The taxation revenue statistics presented are for the general government sector and include taxes received from public corporations (i.e. government owned/controlled corporations). Time series of these data are available on the ABS website.

This publication contains a section on adjusted measures of government revenue, which provides analytical measures designed to facilitate an understanding of the level of government at which revenue is used rather than collected.

Taxation revenue by level of government

A feature of the Australian federal system is that the Commonwealth Government levies and collects all income tax, from individuals as well as from enterprises. It also collects a portion of other taxes, including taxes on the provision of goods and services. The revenue base of state governments consists of taxes on property, on employers' payroll, and on the provision and use of goods and services. The sole source of taxation revenue for local governments is taxes on property.

Total taxation revenue collected in Australia increased $41,797m (8.6%) from $486,790m in 2016-17 to $528,587m in 2017-18. This was driven by a $31,332m (11.1%) increase in taxes on income, profits and capital gains, and a $6,244m (4.6%) increase in taxes on provision of goods and services.

Total taxation revenue, by level of government and category

 2012-132013-142014-152015-162016-172017-18
 $m$m$m$m$m$m
COMMONWEALTH GOVERNMENT
Taxes on income, profits and capital gains
241 797
248 435
258 610
265 116
281 157
312 474
Taxes on employers' payroll and labour force
646
844
735
670
605
1 107
Taxes on property
-  
-  
  -  
  -  
Taxes on provision of goods and services
84 725
90 377
92 225
97 181
99 913
106 492
Taxes on use of goods and performance of activities
10 170
10 574
3 661
6 289
6 900
7 163
Total taxation revenue
337 338
350 230
355 232
369 257
388 576
427 237
STATE GOVERNMENT
Taxes on income, profits and capital gains
-  
-  
Taxes on employers' payroll and labour force
20 786
21 366
22 041
22 684
23 194
24 413
Taxes on property
7 779
8 733
9 283
10 029
11 346
12 222
Taxes on provision of goods and services
25 406
28 296
31 625
34 416
35 373
35 038
Taxes on use of goods and performance of activities
9 745
10 103
10 817
11 524
11 875
12 588
Total taxation revenue
63 715
68 498
73 766
78 653
81 787
84 261
LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Taxes on income, profits and capital gains
  - 
  - 
  - 
-  
Taxes on employers' payroll and labour force
  - 
-  
  - 
  - 
-  
-  
Taxes on property
14 027
14 870
15 779
16 620
17 399
18 122
Taxes on provision of goods and services
  -  
  - 
  - 
  - 
  -  
  -  
Taxes on use of goods and performance of activities
  - 
   - 
   - 
  - 
  - 
  - 
Total taxation revenue
14 027
14 870
15 779
16 620
17 399
18 122
ALL LEVELS OF GOVERNMENT
Taxes on income, profits and capital gains
241 802
248 425
258 605
265 111
281 141
312 473
Taxes on employers' payroll and labour force
20 763
21 508
22 032
22 590
23 003
24 680
Taxes on property
21 774
23 560
25 016
26 602
28 693
30 289
Taxes on provision of goods and services
110 131
118 673
123 850
131 596
135 286
141 530
Taxes on use of goods and performance of activities
19 838
20 590
14 413
17 737
18 666
19 616
Total taxation revenue
414 308
432 757
443 916
463 636
486 790
528 587
- nil or rounded to zero (including null cells)
 


Commonwealth Government taxation revenue (including taxes received from other levels of government and public corporations) increased $38,661m (9.9%) from $388,576m in 2016-17 to $427,237m in 2017-18. This was driven by a $31,317m (11.1%) increase in taxes on income, profits and capital gains, and a $6,579m (6.6%) increase in taxes on provision of goods and services. The following graph shows the level of taxation revenue for the three main sources of taxation revenue for the Commonwealth Government.

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State government taxation revenue (including taxes received from other levels of government and public corporations) increased $2,474m (3.0%) from $81,787m in 2016-17 to $84,261m in 2017-18. This was driven by a $1,219m (5.3%) increase in taxes on employers' payroll and labour force, and a $876m (7.7%) increase in taxes on property. The following graph shows the level of taxation revenue for state governments by source.

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Local government taxation revenue increased $723m (4.2%) from $17,399m in 2016-17 to $18,122m in 2017-18.

Transactions related to visa application charges

In December 2015, the Commonwealth Government released the 2015-16 Mid-Year Economic and Fiscal Outlook (MYEFO) which included a reclassification of visa application charges (VAC). In MYEFO these charges are now treated as taxation revenue rather than sales of goods and services. This reclassification has been applied to GFS, with no impact on total GFS revenue or the GFS net operating balance. The National Accounts statistics will maintain coherence with previously published data and classify this transaction as sales of goods and services. These treatments will remain in place until a review of the treatment of VAC across macroeconomic statistics has been completed.

Major categories of taxation revenue

Taxation revenue by category

Taxation reforms by government and changes across the Australian economy will influence the growth or decline in taxation receipts for individual tax categories over time.

Taxes on income, profits and capital gains recorded the largest increase in both dollar and percentage terms, increasing by 11.1% from $281,141m in 2016-17 to $312,473m in 2017-18. This was driven by Income taxes levied on enterprises (up 21.6%) and Income taxes levied on individuals (up 7.0%).

Total taxation revenue, all levels of government by category

 2012-132013-142014-152015-162016-172017-18
$m$m$m$m$m$m
Taxes on income, profits and capital gains      
 Income taxes levied on individuals
162 642
170 187
183 318
192 054
198 821
212 787
 Income taxes levied on enterprises(a) (b)
77 697
76 673
73 568
71 226
80 344
97 705
 Income taxes levied on non-residents
1 464
1 566
1 719
1 831
1 976
1 982
 Total taxes on income, profits and capital gains
241 802
248 425
258 605
265 111
281 141
312 473
Taxes on employers' payroll and labour force
 
    
 
 Payroll taxes
20 116
20 664
21 297
21 919
22 397
23 573
 Other
646
844
735
670
605
1 107
 Total taxes on employers' payroll and labour force
20 763
21 508
22 032
22 590
23 003
24 680
Taxes on property
 
    
 
 Land taxes
6 192
6 363
6 674
7 237
8 400
9 153
 Municipal rates
14 188
15 069
16 009
16 895
17 693
18 446
 Other
1 394
2 128
2 333
2 469
2 600
2 689
 Total taxes on property
21 774
23 560
25 016
26 602
28 693
30 289
Taxes on provision of goods and services
 
    
 
 Sales tax
1 149
1 302
1 368
1 503
1 524
1 638
 Goods and services tax (GST)
49 026
53 409
55 553
59 177
61 505
64 062
 Excises
26 425
26 472
24 506
22 540
22 773
23 673
 Taxes on international trade
8 181
9 290
10 896
14 057
14 208
15 690
 Taxes on gambling
5 478
5 434
5 754
6 053
  5 981
6 223
 Taxes on insurance
5 638
5 405
5 542
5 718
  5 943
6 054
 Taxes on financial and capital transactions
14 233
17 360
20 231
22 548
23 353
24 189
 Total taxes on provision of goods and services
110 131
118 673
123 850
131 596
135 286
141 530
Taxes on the use of goods and performance of activities
 
    
 
 Motor vehicle taxes
8 525
8 891
9 456
9 903
10 274
10 804
 Other
11 314
11 698
4 957
7 834
8 392
8 812
 Total taxes on the use of goods and performance of activities
19 838
20 590
14 413
17 737
18 666
19 616
Total taxation
414 308
432 757
443 916
463 636
486 790
528 587
a. Includes petroleum resource rent taxes.
b. Includes income tax paid by superannuation funds on contributions payable on behalf of individuals.
 

Taxation revenue distribution by category

Income taxes levied on individuals and enterprises by the Commonwealth Government continues to provide well over half of taxation receipts collected by all levels of government in Australia.

In 2017-18, taxes on income, profits and capital gains represented 59.1% of total taxation revenue for all levels of government and taxes on provision of goods and services, including the goods and services tax (GST), represented 26.8%.

Since 2012-13, taxes on international trade increased its contribution from 2.0% to 3.0%, whereas excises decreased its contribution from 6.4% to 4.5%. This was driven by an increase in tobacco imports as domestic manufacturing of tobacco ended in 2015-16.

Total taxation revenue, distribution for all levels of government by category

   2012-132013-142014-152015-162016-172017-18
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Taxes on income, profits and capital gains      
 Income taxes levied on individuals
39.3
39.3
41.3
41.4
40.8
40.3
 Income taxes levied on enterprises(a) (b)
18.8
17.7
16.6
15.4
16.5
18.5
 Income taxes levied on non-residents
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4
 Total taxes on income, profits and capital gains
58.4
57.4
58.3
57.2
57.8
59.1
Taxes on employers' payroll and labour force      
 Payroll taxes
4.9
4.8
4.8
4.7
4.6
4.5
 Other
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.1
0.1
0.2
 Total taxes on employers' payroll and labour force
5.0
5.0
5.0
4.9
4.7
4.7
Taxes on property      
 Land taxes
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.7
 Municipal rates
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.6
3.6
3.5
 Other
0.3
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
 Total taxes on property
5.3
5.4
5.6
5.7
5.9
5.7
Taxes on provision of goods and services      
 Sales tax
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
 Goods and services tax (GST)
11.8
12.3
12.5
12.8
12.6
12.1
 Excises
6.4
6.1
5.5
4.9
4.7
4.5
 Taxes on international trade
2.0
2.1
2.5
3.0
2.9
3.0
 Taxes on gambling
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.2
1.2
 Taxes on insurance
1.4
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.1
 Taxes on financial and capital transactions
3.4
4.0
4.6
4.9
4.8
4.6
 Total taxes on provision of goods and services
26.6
27.4
27.9
28.4
27.8
26.8
Taxes on the use of goods and performance of activities      
 Motor vehicle taxes
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.0
 Other
2.7
2.7
1.1
1.7
1.7
1.7
 Total taxes on the use of goods and performance of activities
4.8
4.8
3.2
3.8
3.8
3.7
Total taxation
100
100
100
100
100
100
a. Includes petroleum resource rent taxes.
b. Includes income tax paid by superannuation funds on contributions payable on behalf of individuals.
 

Other key measures of taxation

Taxation per capita

In 2017-18, taxation per capita was $21,150m, an increase of 6.9% from $19,787m in 2016-17.

The Commonwealth Government taxation per capita increased by 8.2% from $15,795m in 2016-17 to $17,094m in 2017-18.

The average taxation per capita for state and local governments combined in 2017-18 was $4,087m, an increase of 1.6% from $4,024m in 2016-17.

All states and territories, except for NSW and ACT, recorded an increase in taxation per capita from 2016-17 to 2017-18. The Northern Territory recorded the highest percentage increase in taxation per capita, rising 4.6%.

Taxation revenue per capita, by level of government and jurisdiction(a)

 2012-132013-142014-152015-162016-172017-18
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State and local government      
 New South Wales
3 474
3 705
3 985
4 323
4 467
4 464
 Victoria
3 381
3 589
3 803
4 013
4 197
4 377
 Queensland
3 026
3 207
3 358
3 337
3 391
3 431
 South Australia
3 201
3 208
3 390
3 428
3 443
3 534
 Western Australia
3 975
4 149
4 245
4 362
4 179
4 180
 Tasmania
2 421
2 521
2 627
2 761
2 827
2 931
 Northern Territory
2 433
2 763
3 384
2 967
2 978
3 113
 Australian Capital Territory
3 228
3 333
3 479
3 890
4 114
4 081
 Average
3 356
3 545
3 754
3 932
4 024
4 087
Commonwealth Government
14 586
14 919
14 916
15 264
15 795
17 094
All levels of government
17 914
18 434
18 639
19 166
19 787
21 150
a. Estimated Resident Population data used in this table is sourced from Australian Demographic Statistics, September Quarter 2018 (cat. no. 3101.0), Table 4 Estimated Resident Population, States and Territories. Details of the calculation are in paragraph 14 of the Methodology section.
 

Taxation as a percentage of gross domestic product (GDP)

Total taxation revenue as a percentage of GDP increased from 27.6% in 2016-17 to 28.6% in 2017-18. As a percentage of GDP, taxation revenue for the Commonwealth Government was 23.1%, state government 4.6% and local government 1.0%. Details of the calculation are in paragraph 13 of the Methodology.

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Taxation revenue by jurisdiction

Total taxation revenue, by level of government and jurisdiction

 2012-132013-142014-152015-162016-172017-18
$m$m$m$m$m$m
Commonwealth Government
337 338
350 230
355 232
369 257
388 576
427 237
Less intergovernmental taxes
11
30
8
5
16
1
Tax revenue net of intergovernmental taxes
337 328
350 200
355 224
369 251
388 560
427 236
State government
 
    
 
 New South Wales
22 166
24 104
26 461
29 367
30 923
31 307
 Victoria
15 629
16 994
18 436
20 031
21 566
23 089
 Queensland
10 960
11 846
12 575
12 547
12 919
13 244
 South Australia
4 112
4 107
4 393
4 438
4 445
4 587
 Western Australia
8 203
8 628
8 806
9 026
8 527
8 517
 Tasmania
918
957
1 004
1 068
1 103
1 161
 Northern Territory
491
566
715
608
610
637
 Australian Capital Territory
1 237
1 296
1 377
1 568
1 695
1 718
 Total state government
63 722
68 498
73 774
78 653
81 787
84 261
 Less intergovernmental taxes
746
791
829
864
932
1 003
 Tax revenue net of intergovernmental taxes
62 969
67 707
72 937
77 789
80 856
83 258
Local government
 
    
 
 New South Wales
3 640
3 810
3 987
4 169
4 372
4 531
 Victoria
3 890
4 162
4 468
4 746
4 967
5 189
 Queensland
3 132
3 302
3 480
3 634
3 802
3 966
 South Australia
1 238
1 305
1 372
1 433
1 490
1 550
 Western Australia
1 695
1 835
1 996
2 143
2 251
2 353
 Tasmania
335
351
363
375
388
401
 Northern Territory
97
105
113
120
127
133
 Total local government
14 027
14 870
15 779
16 620
17 399
18 122
 Less intergovernmental taxes
16
20
24
24
24
29
 Tax revenue net of intergovernmental taxes
14 011
14 850
15 755
16 596
17 374
18 093
Total all levels of government
414 308
432 757
443 916
463 636
486 790
528 587

Adjusted measures of government revenue

Adjusted taxation revenue offers an alternative presentation of revenue which takes into account the level of government at which revenue is used rather than simply collected.

The analysis considers the flows, by way of current grants, that occur between the levels of government in Australia, and the impact that this has on revenue at each of these levels. Also considered is the effect of direct and indirect transfers to households on total revenue. Users should note that these measures are not themselves part of the GFS framework. Additional details are in paragraphs 15 to 19 of the Methodology.

Adjusted taxation revenue

Table 1 shows the derivation of adjusted taxation revenue, for all three levels of government and the control not further defined (n.f.d.) general government sector in Australia.

Table 1. Adjusted taxation revenue, by level of government, and as % of GDP(a)

 2012-132013-142014-152015-162016-172017-18
$m$m$m$m$m$m
COMMONWEALTH
1. Taxation revenue collected(b)
337 338
350 230
355 232
369 257
388 576
427 237
As % of GDP
22.0
21.9
21.9
22.2
22.0
23.1
As % of total tax revenue
81.4
80.9
80.0
79.6
79.8
80.8
2. Current grants to state government(c)
84 193
88 271
95 363
99 364
105 620
111 207
3. Current grants to local government
33
66
-  
6
2
-  
4. Current grants to control n.f.d. sector(d)
9 108
9 634
9 985
10 319
10 164
10 350
5. Adjusted taxation revenue =1-2-3-4(e)
244 004
252 259
249 883
259 569
272 790
305 680
As % of GDP
15.9
15.8
15.4
15.6
15.5
16.5
As % of total tax revenue
58.9
58.3
56.3
56.0
56.0
57.8
STATE
1. Taxation revenue collected(b)
63 715
68 498
73 766
78 653
81 787
84 261
As % of GDP
4.1
4.3
4.5
4.7
4.6
4.6
As % of total tax revenue
15.4
15.8
16.6
17.0
16.8
15.9
2. Current grants from Commonwealth government
84 193
88 271
95 363
99 364
105 620
111 207
3. Current grants to local government
3 737
2 721
4 311
3 513
4 843
4 472
4. Current grants to control n.f.d. sector(d)
537
460
408
427
447
403
5. Adjusted taxation revenue =1+2-3-4(e)
143 634
153 587
164 410
174 076
182 117
190 593
As % of GDP
9.3
9.6
10.1
10.5
10.3
10.3
As % of total tax revenue
34.7
35.5
37.0
37.5
37.4
36.1
LOCAL
1. Taxation revenue collected(b)
14 027
4 870
15 779
16 620
17 399
18 122
As % of GDP
0.9
0.9
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
As % of total tax revenue
3.4
3.4
3.6
3.6
3.6
3.4
2. Current grants from Commonwealth government
33
66
-  
6
2
-  
3. Current grants from state government
3 737
2 721
4 311
3 513
4 843
4 472
4. Adjusted taxation revenue = 1+2+3(e)
17 797
17 657
20 091
20 139
22 244
22 595
As % of GDP
1.2
1.1
1.2
1.2
1.3
1.2
As % of total tax revenue
4.3
4.1
4.5
4.3
4.6
4.3
CONTROL N.F.D.
1. Taxation revenue collected(b)
-  
-  
-  
-  
-  
-  
2. Current grants from Commonwealth government
9 108
9 634
9 985
10 319
10 164
10 350
3. Current grants from state government
537
460
408
427
447
403
4. Adjusted taxation revenue = 1+2+3(e)
9 645
10 095
10 393
10 746
10 611
10 753
As % of GDP
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
As % of total tax revenue
2.3
2.3
2.3
2.3
2.2
2.0
TOTAL
Gross Domestic Product
1 536 307
1 598 530
1 624 392
1 662 337
1 764 512
1 847 745
Total taxation revenue collected
414 308
432 757
443 916
463 636
486 790
528 587
As % of GDP
27.0
27.1
27.3
27.9
27.6
28.6
- nil or rounded to zero (including null cells)
a. Based on GDP at current prices as published in Australian National Accounts: National Income, Expenditure and Product, December Quarter 2018 (Cat. no. 5206.0), Table 36 Expenditure on Gross Domestic Product (GDP), Chain Volume Measures and Current Prices: Annual.
b. According to AGFS15.
c. Part of the Commonwealth Government grants paid to State Governments are passed on to Local Governments.
d. The control n.f.d. sector contains units where jurisdiction is shared between two or more governments, or where classification of a unit to a jurisdiction is otherwise unclear. The main type of units currently falling into this category are the public universities.
e. The sum of taxation revenue for all levels of government does not equal the sum of adjusted taxation revenue for all levels of government as a result of consolidation.
 

Adjusted total revenue, and adjusted total revenue less transfers to households

Table 2 below shows adjusted total revenue, and adjusted total revenue less transfers to households for all three levels of government.

Table 2. Adjusted total revenue, less transfers to households, and as % of GDP(a)

 2012-132013-142014-152015-162016-172017-18
$m$m$m$m$m$m
COMMONWEALTH
1. Adjusted taxation revenue(b)
244 004
252 259
249 883
259 569
272 790
305 680
2. Non-taxation revenue(c)
25 149
24 599
26 955
26 379
31 518
32 132
3. Adjusted total revenue =1+2
269 154
276 858
276 838
285 948
304 308
337 812
As % of GDP
17.5
17.3
17.0
17.2
17.2
18.3
4. Direct benefits to households(d)
114 739
121 717
125 364
126 813
124 689
123 896
5. Indirect benefits to households(e)
41 764
44 400
47 854
52 189
58 163
64 013
6. Adjusted total revenue, less transfers to households =3-4-5
112 650
110 741
103 620
106 946
121 456
149 903
As % of GDP
7.3
6.9
6.4
6.4
6.9
8.1
STATE
1. Adjusted taxation revenue(b)
143 634
153 587
164 410
174 076
182 117
190 593
2. Non-taxation revenue, excluding current grants from Commonwealth government(c)
143 975
156 277
162 325
164 817
177 781
187 008
3. Adjusted total revenue =1+2
203 416
221 593
231 372
 239 530
254 277
266 394
As % of GDP
13.2
13.9
14.2
14.4
14.4
14.4
4. Direct benefits to households(d)
1 507
1 408
1 283
1 500
1 606
2 049
5. Indirect benefits to households(e)
4 748
5 341
5 339
5 216
5 236
5 340
6. Adjusted total revenue, less transfers to households = 3-4-5
197 161
214 844
224 750
232 814
247 435
259 005
As % of GDP
12.8
13.4
13.8
14.0
14.0
14.0
LOCAL
1. Adjusted taxation revenue(b)
17 797
17 657
20 091
20 139
22 244
22 595
2. Non-taxation revenue, excluding current grants from Commonwealth and state governments(c)
20 031
20 515
21 066
22 897
23 603
24 205
3. Adjusted total revenue =1+2
37 827
38 172
41 156
43 036
45 847
46 800
As % of GDP
2.5
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.6
2.5
4. Direct and indirect benefits to households(f)
. .
. .
. .
. .
. .
. .
5. Adjusted total revenue, less transfers to households = 3-4
37 827
38 172
41 156
43 036
45 847
46 800
As % of GDP
2.5
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.6
2.5
. . not applicable
a. Based on GDP at current prices as published in Australian National Accounts: National Income, Expenditure and Product, December Quarter 2018 (Cat. no. 5206.0), Table 36 Expenditure on Gross Domestic Product (GDP), Chain Volume Measures and Current Prices: Annual.
b. Derived in Table 1.
c. Non-taxation revenue includes revenue from sales of goods and services, interest income, other property income (such as dividends, income tax equivalents, land rents and royalties), fines, capital revenue, and all current revenue other than grants.
d. Direct benefits to households are monetary transfers.
e. Indirect benefits to households are transfers 'in-kind' via goods and services.
f. Local government does not make transfers of this kind to households.
 

Commonwealth government taxation revenue

Commonwealth government taxation revenue increased for all measures from 2016-17 to 2017-18:

  • Commonwealth taxation revenue was $427,237m, an increase of $38,661m (9.9%).
  • Commonwealth adjusted taxation revenue was $305,680m, an increase of $32,890m (12.1%).
  • Commonwealth adjusted total revenue was $337,812m, an increase of $33,504m (11.0%).
  • Commonwealth adjusted total revenue less transfers to households was $149,903m, an increase of $28,447m (23.4%).
  • Commonwealth adjusted total revenue less transfers to households as a proportion of GDP, increased from 6.9% to 8.1%.
     
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State government taxation revenue

State government taxation revenue increased for all measures from 2016-17 to 2017-18:

  • State taxation revenue was $84,261m, an increase of $2,474m (3.0%).
  • State adjusted taxation revenue was $190,593m, an increase of $8,476m (4.7%).
  • State adjusted total revenue was $266,394m, an increase of $12,117m (4.8%).
  • State adjusted total revenue less transfers to households was $259,005m, an increase of $11,570m (4.7%).
  • State adjusted total revenue less transfers to households as a proportion of GDP remained unchanged at 14.0%.
     
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Local government taxation revenue

Local government taxation revenue increased for all measures from 2016-17 to 2017-18:

  • Local taxation revenue was $18,122m, an increase of $723m (4.2%).
  • Local adjusted taxation revenue was $22,595m, an increase of $351m (1.6%).
  • Local adjusted total revenue was $46,800m, an increase of $953m (2.1%).
  • Local adjusted total revenue as a proportion of GDP, decreased from 2.6% to 2.5%.
     
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Tables 1-10, Taxation Revenue, Australia

Previous catalogue number

This release previously used catalogue number 5506.0.