Census 2011

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The Census 2011 topic papers focus on the Greater Western Sydney [GWS] region and summarise regional data on:

  1. Population & Demographics
  2. Family & Household Composition
  3. Indigenous Communities
  4. Income
  5. Estimating Homelessness in Greater Western Sydney
  6. Cultural and Linguistic Diversity in GWS
  7. Detention Centres and the Census [about how folks in detention centres are counted in the Census]
  8. Housing
  9. Socio-Economic Indexes For Areas (SEIFA) 2011
  10. Basics of SEIFA
  11. LGBTIQ & The Census

 

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The Census 2016 topic papers focus on the Greater Western Sydney [GWS] region and summarise regional data on:

  1. Young people (12 to 24 years) in Greater Western Sydney Part 4: Youth Health and Wellbeing - February 2021
  2. Young people (12 to 24 years) in Greater Western Sydney Part 3: Education and Employment - July 2020
  3. Young people (12 to 24 years) in Greater Western Sydney Part 2: Identity, Home and the Household - April 2020
  4. Men in Greater Western Sydney - April 2020
  5. Children 4-12 Years old in Greater Western Sydney - March 2020
  6. Measuring Social Isolation in Greater Western Sydney - February 2020
  7. Youthification and Greater Western Sydney - The Internal Migration of Young People - January 2020
  8. Homelessness Among At-Risk Groups in Greater Western Sydney - September 2019
  9. Transport & Travel to Work - August 2019
  10. Women in Greater Western Sydney - July 2019
  11. Non-Private Dwellings in Greater Western Sydney - May 2019
  12. Children 0-3 years old in Greater Western Sydney - May 2019
  13. Index of Household Advantage and Disadvantage – Implications for Greater Western Sydney - March 2019
  14. Ageing in Greater Western Sydney - March 2019
  15. Young Mothers in Greater Western Sydney - February 2019
  16. Housing in Greater Western Sydney - February 2019
  17. Disability and Need For Assistance With Core Activities In Greater Western Sydney - October 2018
  18. Estimated Residential Population Brief 2016-2017 - July 2018
  19. Socio-Economic Index for Areas in Greater Western Sydney - August 2018
  20. Individual Weekly Income, Employment and Unpaid Work In Greater Western Sydney - July 2018
  21. Estimating Homelessness In Greater Western Sydney - July 2018
  22. Higher Education In Greater Western Sydney - January 2018
  23. Schooling In Greater Western Sydney - January 2018
  24. TEI Priority Groups of Greater Western Sydney - 2016
  25. Religious Affiliation In Greater Western Sydney - 2016
  26. Indigenous Population of Greater Western Sydney - 2016
  27. Cultural & Linguistic Diversity In Greater Western Sydney - 2016
  28. Household & Family Composition In Greater Western Sydney - 2016
  29. Population of Greater Western Sydney - November 2017
  30. Greater Western Sydney: A First Look at the Data - 2016

The second major set of data from the 2011 Census was released at the end of October. This release contains information for all geographies [including suburbs, postcodes, LGAs, and major regions] about employment / unemployment; occupations; industry of employment; educational qualifications; mode of journey to work; and lots more.

With the release of this data for TableBuilder access last week, WESTIR now has access to most of the major sets of data from 2011 Census. Remaining data will become available in first half of 2013. This includes: SEIFA [Socio-Economic Indices for Areas]; origin-destination for Journeys to work; and counts for mesh blocks [the smallest geographic level for the Census].

As always, WESTIR is available to help you find your way around the vast and mazelike Aust Bureau of Statistics website – so you can find the data you need. We can also help to extract the data you need for your agency or service planning, etc.

 

 

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