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Population

   

Listed below is the latest released estimated resident population of Queensland as at 31 December 2013.

This population counter shows an estimate of Queensland’s current population.

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Queensland statistics

Welcome to the Queensland Government Statistician’s Office (QGSO) web site. This site contains a wide range of demographic, economic and social data relating to the state of Queensland, as well as information about using statistics and the services we provide.

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The Queensland Government Statistician’s Office (QGSO) has the lead role in evaluating the Queensland Government’s Safe Night Out Strategy, which aims to address alcohol and drug–related safety issues in Queensland, especially around night–time entertainment venues. As part of the evaluation, QGSO is conducting a targeted online survey across selected Queensland regions to gather feedback on the strategy.

Population estimates
Population estimates by Indigenous status is a product compiled by the Queensland Government Statistician’s Office, which provides time series population data by Indigenous status, age and sex, for small areas in Queensland (local government areas and Statistical Areas Level 2). The estimates incorporate the latest data from the 2011 Census of Population and Housing and recently released Estimates and projections, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians (ABS 3238.0) from the Australian Bureau of Statistics. The data are available in tabular format, and informed by a data quality statement.
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The Index of retail prices in Queensland regional centres, 2013 report compares the prices of a basket of household goods and services in Brisbane and selected regional Queensland centres. The data are expressed as index numbers where Brisbane has been given an index of 100 and all other centres have an index relative to Brisbane. The Index shows that prices paid by Queenslanders varied across the State by up to 33.0 per cent.

This release is also complemented by an interactive map.

At a Glance

   
Population Dec 4.69m
Unemployment Aug 6.7%
Employment Aug 0.0%
CPI Jun Increase Arrow 3.2%
 

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