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Queensland Statistical Divisions (SD), 2006 (archived)

This page has been marked as archived and there are no plans to update content. Access has been maintained for historical and research purposes. The content does not necessarily represent the current view of Queensland Treasury and Trade or the Queensland Government. Where available, links to related data are provided at the bottom of this page.

The Australian Standard Geographical Classification (ASGC) is a hierarchical geographical classification, defined by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), which is used in the collection and dissemination of official statistics.

Statistical Divisions are the largest and most stable spatial unit within each state and territory under the ASGC.

In the 2006 ASGC, Queensland comprised 13 statistical divisions. The table below provides maps of each statistical division, both in a Google Maps interface as well as a pdf format. The boundaries for each statistical division can also be downloaded in a kml format.

Release HTML KML KML Size PDF PDF Size
Brisbane Google Map kml (1,330 kB) pdf (1,385 kB)
Central West Google Map kml (120 kB) pdf (460 kB)
Darling Downs Google Map kml (1,175 kB) pdf (1,415 kB)
Far North Google Map kml (1,040 kB) pdf (510 kB)
Fitzroy Google Map kml (1,780 kB) pdf (860 kB)
Gold Coast Google Map kml (480 kB) pdf (775 kB)
Mackay Google Map kml (1,140 kB) pdf (610 kB)
North West Google Map kml (310 kB) pdf (445 kB)
Northern Google Map kml (810 kB) pdf (420 kB)
South West Google Map kml (220 kB) pdf (465 kB)
Sunshine Coast Google Map kml (410 kB) pdf (550 kB)
West Moreton Google Map kml (545 kB) pdf (1,555 kB)
Wide Bay-Burnett Google Map kml (2,450 kB) pdf (985 kB)

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Last reviewed 7 February 2012