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Estimated resident population by age and sex by local government area (LGA), Queensland, 2001 to 2012 (ABS consultancy) (archived)

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The Queensland Government has obtained the customised data report available below from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) National Information Consultancy Service. This report has been made freely available on the Queensland Government Statistician's Office website under the Creative Commons CC BY licence. Please refer to the licence conditions contained within this report for further information on terms of this licence. This customised data report has been provided "as supplied" from the ABS.

This customised data report contains estimated resident population (ERP) by single year of age by sex by local govenment area (LGA) (ASGS 2011) in Queensland for 2001 to 2012. These estimates correspond with 30 June 2001 to 2012 ERP by LGA as released in the publication Population by age and sex, Australia, 2012 (cat. no. 3235.0, released 30 August 2013). Estimates are final for 2001 to 2011 and revised for 2012.

All data are provided in Microsoft Excel format.

For further information contact Queensland Government Statistician's Office

   
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Last reviewed 29 August 2014