Census 2011

Older Queenslanders, Census 2011 (reports)

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This bulletin highlights key statistics about older Queenslanders, derived from the ABS' 2011 Census of Population and Housing, including age profiles; geographic distribution; statistics about older Indigenous and overseas-born Queenslanders; living arrangements; care for children; voluntary work; need for assistance with core activities; and income.

Older Queenslanders, Census 2011
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Queensland's Changing Population, Census 2011 (reports)

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This bulletin presents information on Queensland’s population including change over time using Census data from 2001, 2006 and 2011. Population size, growth and age structure are discussed in addition to population characteristics of both younger and older people. Characteristics of cultural diversity, household composition, housing tenure and housing costs are also presented.

Queensland's Changing Population, Census 2011
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Queensland's Population Compared, Census 2011 (reports)

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This bulletin presents a comparison of the population characteristics of Queensland with other Australian states and territories, including change over time, using Census data from 2006 and 2011. Population size and growth are discussed in addition to age structure, cultural diversity and household composition. The distribution of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and characteristics of younger and older people are also presented.

Queensland's Population Compared, Census 2011
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Children and Young People in Queensland, Census 2011 (reports)

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This bulletin presents information on children and young people in Queensland using Census data from 2006 and 2011. Topics presented include counts of usual residents aged 0-24 years, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, community engagement, education, income and grandparent families.

Children and Young People in Queensland, Census 2011
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Women in Queensland, Census 2011 (reports)

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This bulletin provides an overview of key statistics relating to Queensland's women, derived from the ABS' Census of Population and Housing. Topics include Queensland's age profile, regional population distribution, Indigenous status and number of overseas-born by gender. Females' participation in education and women's weekly incomes, living arrangements and contributions to unpaid activities such as domestic work, caring for children and providing assistance to persons with a disability are also presented.

Women in Queensland, Census 2011
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Journey to Work, Queensland, Census 2011 (reports)

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This bulletin focuses on journeys to work for all employed people aged 15 years and over within and between SA4 regions of Queensland, as well as featuring journey to work patterns in Greater Brisbane, South East Queensland (SEQ) and Townsville SA4. Interstate flows and the industry and occupation characteristics of selected Queensland regions are also included. Method of travel to work is also provided for journeys taken and reported on the day of the Census (9 August 2011).

Journey to Work, Queensland, Census 2011
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Diversity in Queensland, Census 2011 (reports)

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This bulletin presents information on Queensland's diversity, including data relating to country of birth, ancestry and languages spoken at home. Data are sourced from the 2011 Census of Population and Housing.

Diversity in Queensland, Census 2011
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Population mobility, Queensland, Census 2011 (reports)

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This bulletin contains information on population mobility between Queensland and other states and territories (interstate migration) in the year prior to the 2011 Census, as well as examining overseas arrivals. A range of demographic characteristics for interstate and overseas arrivals are presented including information about age, labour force status, occupation and non-school qualifications. Data in this bulletin are sourced from the Australian Bureau of Statistics 2011 Census of Population and Housing.

Population mobility, Queensland, Census 2011
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Population mobility within Queensland, Census 2011 (reports)

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This bulletin contains information on population mobility between Statistical Area Level 4 (SA4) regions within Queensland (intrastate migration) in the year prior to the 2011 Census. The characteristics of people moving between Greater Brisbane and the remainder of Queensland are presented including information about age, labour force status and occupation. Data in this bulletin are sourced from the Australian Bureau of Statistics 2011 Census of Population and Housing.

Population mobility within Queensland, Census 2011
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Volunteers in Queensland, Census 2011 (reports)

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This bulletin presents information about volunteering in Queensland, derived from the ABS' 2011 Census of Population and Housing, including age and gender profiles, personal income, marital status, household composition and geographic distribution.

Volunteers in Queensland, Census 2011
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Labour force and education characteristics of Queensland's Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander persons, Census 2011 (reports)

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This bulletin presents information on the labour force and education characteristics of Queensland's Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander residents using 2011 Census data. Topics presented include labour force participation, unemployment, employment by sector, occupation and income, and non-school qualifications.

The source of data in this bulletin is the 2011 Census of Population and Housing by the Australian Bureau of Statistics.

Labour force and education characteristics of Queensland's Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander persons, Census 2011
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Indigenous Regional Profiles, Census 2011 (reports)

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Note: Indigenous profiles are now included as a report type within the Queensland Regional Profiles. These profiles have replaced the former Excel version of the Indigenous Regional Profiles.

The Indigenous Regional Profile (IRP) provides a printable summary of Census 2011 Indigenous (and non-Indigenous) statistics relating to persons and households in Australian states and sub-state areas within Queensland. Note: ZIP files below contain XLS files.

Regions

Regions for the profile are selected by the user using check-boxes. The region types are available under either the Australian Statistical Geography Standard (ASGS) version or the older Australian Standard Geographical Classification (ASGC) version. 

The region types available for user selection in the ASGS version include:

  • Australia
  • Australian state/territory
  • Queensland statistical area level 4
  • Queensland statistical area level 3
  • Queensland statistical area level 2
  • Queensland Indigenous region
  • Queensland Indigenous area
  • Queensland Indigenous location

The region types available for user selection in the ASGC version include:

  • Australia
  • Australian state/territory
  • Queensland statistical division
  • Queensland statistical sub-division
  • Queensland statistical local area
  • Queensland local government area
  • Queensland Indigenous region
  • Queensland Indigenous area
  • Queensland Indigenous location

Layout of profile

The profile consists of tables, graphs and commentary on a variety of topics. Topics include:

  • Population structure
  • Indigenous status
  • Family & household structure
  • Community wellbeing
  • Education
  • Vulnerable families & children
  • Employment
  • Income
  • Housing
ASGS version
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ASGC version
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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Population in Queensland, Census 2011 (reports)

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This bulletin* presents information on Queensland's Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander residents using 2011 Census data. Topics presented include counts and regional distribution of usual residents, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander origin, demographic characteristics, languages spoken at home, education, household and family composition, household income and housing tenure and utilisation.

*2nd edition — with amendments as shown in footnotes.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Population in Queensland, Census 2011
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Education in Queensland, Census 2011 (reports)

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This bulletin presents information on Queensland's educational attainment and human capital, including data relating to students in school, highest year of schooling completed, and non-school qualifications. Data are sourced from the 2011 Census of Population and Housing.

Education in Queensland, Census 2011
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