OESR provides a variety of information and data dissemination services. Data sources include Australian Bureau of Statistics, other Commonwealth agencies, State Government agencies and non-government providers.
OESR can provide data extracted from a variety of statistical datasets, such as foreign trade, employee injuries, courts, births, mortality, etc. Regular data files or fixed-format reports can also be produced for official reporting requirements. Data can also be extracted on an ad-hoc basis for specific questions.
Requests for statistics
OESR provides an authoritative point of access for statistics on Queensland and its regions. We respond to queries for statistical information and advice from government departments and agencies, the business community and the public.
Under normal workloads, requests are completed within 2 to 3 working days. Most requests are completed free of charge. However larger requests may attract a fee.
To request a statistic, please complete the on-line form.
A wide range of information briefs are produced by OESR on recently released statistics. The information briefs provide a summary of selected statistics on demography, economics, education, employment, health, housing, transport and use of information technology.
The new web-based version of the Queensland Regional Profiles allows users to produce comprehensive socio-economic profiles based on the latest statistics available for Queensland regions. Users can select from a list of topics and choose a region(s) to create a report featuring regional level economic, social and demographic information.
The Queensland Regional Database has been developed by Queensland Treasury's Office of Economic and Statistical Research to provide access to a wide range of time-series regional data. Users can select from a wide range of subjects and geographies.
This web site is maintained by OESR to provide access to statistical information for Queensland agencies, companies and individuals. It provides links to statistical reports and publications, data tables and databases and dynamic data tools.
The OESR website contains a large volume of current and historical statistical and economic information about Queensland and areas of the state. You can browse for statistics about a particular topic under Subject above. And you can see lists of data publications of different types under Products.
Last reviewed 14 August 2012