Estimated resident population by regional planning area, Queensland, 2002 to 2012The csv file at the bottom of the page contains figures for the years 2001 to 2012, in addition to annual change in population estimates (number and percentage).
|Regional planning area (a)||Estimated resident population at 30 June|
|— number —|
|Far North Queensland||200,231||203,734||206,946||210,995||215,755||221,296||227,609||232,965||236,417||238,813||242,422|
|Mackay, Isaac and Whitsunday||138,140||141,183||144,493||149,292||154,194||157,803||161,613||165,530||168,467||171,564||176,083|
|South East Queensland||2,516,235||2,589,992||2,658,207||2,724,224||2,788,949||2,865,790||2,944,678||3,026,228||3,083,924||3,137,988||3,201,958|
|Wide Bay Burnett||230,960||235,859||241,838||248,209||254,820||260,855||267,441||273,694||277,505||280,002||283,834|
|r = revised|
|Note: Estimates for 2012 are revised. The ABS revised 2012 sub-state estimates to maintain (for most areas) the 2011-12 growth rates released in the 2011-12 issue of 3218.0, published 30 April 2013, following revision to the 2011 population estimates. Due to a major change in the methodology used by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) to estimate census undercount, the ABS has released a revised ERP series from 1991 to 2011 for LGA geographies. These estimates are constrained to the revised Queensland level ERP series.|
|(a) Regions defined by the Department of State Development, Infrastructure and Planning for the purposes of regional planning. These boundaries are based on the Australian Statistical Geography Standard (ASGS), 2012 (ABS 1270.0.55.003) except where otherwise stated in the concordance file.|
|Concordance for Regional Planning Areas.|
|Please note that these regions are not mutually exclusive, some LGAs, or part thereof, are included in more than one regional plan. Care should be taken if aggregating regions.|
|The LGAs of Burdekin (S), Charters Towers (R), Hinchinbrook (S), Palm Island (S) and Townsville (C) are not covered by either an existing or in-draft regional plan.|
|For further information please contact Government Statistician on (07) 3035 6421.|
|Source: ABS 3218.0, Regional Population Growth, Australia, 2012. Concordance produced by the Government Statistician.|
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|Estimated resident population and average annual change by regional planning area, Queensland, 2001 to 2012||csv||(5 kB)|
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Last reviewed 4 September 2013