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Welcome to Brisbane LGA Community Profile

The Brisbane LGA Estimated Resident Population for 2013 is 1,131,191, with a population density of 8.53 persons per hectare.

Brisbane is the capital of Queensland.

The Brisbane LGA Community Profile provides demographic analysis for the City and its suburbs based on results from the 2006, 2001, 1996 and 1991 Censuses of Population and Housing. The profile is updated with population estimates when the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) releases new figures.

This site contains 2006 and earlier Census data only. 2011 Census data is not currently available for this area.

Important

Statistics

Population

1,131,191

ABS ERP 2013

Land area

132,618

hectares (1,326 Km2)

Population density

8.53

persons per hectare

NEWS

Birth numbers remain high

(9/11/2014)

The ABS has recently released its annual data on births in Australia, which contains detailed information on just about every aspect of fertility. While the number of births remain relatively high, fertility rate for Australia has declined in the last few years. What other trends can we observe?

Population profile of a boom city

(23/10/2014)

With a population of almost 2 million, Perth is not only the fourth most populous city but also one of the fastest growing cities in Australia. So what does the population profile of this boom city look like?

Update: The 50 largest towns and cities in Australia

(29/07/2014)

Using the latest figures from the ABS we’ve updated our table ranking Australia’s largest cities. Where does your town come in? Read more

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