Migration Regions

Statistics related to regional internal migration in Queensland. Regional internal migration is the movement of people from one region to another within Australia (both interstate and intrastate, e.g. from Gold Coast SA4 to Cairns SA4).


Current Releases

Regional internal migration, Queensland (report)

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Regional internal migration, Queensland, 2016–17 summarises trends in recent regional internal migration for sub-state areas within Queensland. These data are sourced from the Regional Internal Migration Estimates (RIME) published by the Australian Bureau of Statistics in the publication Regional Population Growth, Australia, 2016–17 (ABS 3218.0).

Regional internal migration, Queensland summarises trends in recent regional internal migration for sub-state areas within Queensland. These data are sourced from the Regional Internal Migration Estimates (RIME) published by the Australian Bureau of Statistics in the publication Regional Population Growth, Australia (ABS 3218.0).

The report compares RIME data for Greater Brisbane with other Greater Capital City Statistical Areas, and also those Statistical Areas Level 3 (SA3s) within Queensland with the highest net gains and losses due to internal population movement.

2016–17
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Past Releases

The content in past releases may contain data for historical periods that have been revised in the latest release. For this reason, data should always be accessed from the latest release. Past releases are provided for reference purposes only.

Regional internal migration, Queensland (report)

Last reviewed

Regional internal migration, Queensland, 2016–17 summarises trends in recent regional internal migration for sub-state areas within Queensland. These data are sourced from the Regional Internal Migration Estimates (RIME) published by the Australian Bureau of Statistics in the publication Regional Population Growth, Australia, 2016–17 (ABS 3218.0).

Regional internal migration, Queensland summarises trends in recent regional internal migration for sub-state areas within Queensland. These data are sourced from the Regional Internal Migration Estimates (RIME) published by the Australian Bureau of Statistics in the publication Regional Population Growth, Australia (ABS 3218.0).

The report compares RIME data for Greater Brisbane with other Greater Capital City Statistical Areas, and also those Statistical Areas Level 3 (SA3s) within Queensland with the highest net gains and losses due to internal population movement.

2015–16
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Population mobility within Queensland, Census 2011 (report)

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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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