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Estimated resident population in an urban centre (a) by state and territory, as at 30 June 2017r

  Location of residence  
State/
territory
Urban centre Balance of State Total Per cent in an urban centre
— persons — per cent
NSW 7,140,298 721,376 7,861,674 90.8
Vic. 5,789,004 532,644 6,321,648 91.6
Qld 4,337,692 591,460 4,929,152 88.0
SA 1,521,887 201,784 1,723,671 88.3
WA 2,338,020 237,432 2,575,452 90.8
Tas. 389,610 132,542 522,152 74.6
NT 181,545 65,946 247,491 73.4
ACT 410,485 1,182 411,667 99.7
Aust. (b) 22,110,208 2,487,320 24,597,528 89.9
r = revised
(a) In broad terms, an urban centre is a group of Statistical Areas Level 1 (SA1s) which together form defined areas with a usual resident population of 1,000 or more at the time of the 2016 Census. Urban centres are based on the 2016 edition of the Australian Statistical Geography Standard (ASGS).
(b) Includes Other Territories.
 
Source: ABS 3218.0, Regional Population Growth, Australia, 2016-17 unpublished data.
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Last reviewed 4 September 2018