EMRC area

Estimated Resident Population (ERP)

The official population of the EMRC area as of the 30th June 2013, is 349,793.

The Estimated Resident Population is the OFFICIAL EMRC area population for 2013.

Populations are counted and estimated in various ways. The most comprehensive population count available in Australia is derived from the Census of Population and Housing conducted by the Australian Bureau of Statistics every five years. However the Census count is NOT the official population of the EMRC area. To provide a more accurate population figure which is updated more frequently than every five years, the Australian Bureau of Statistics also produces "Estimated Resident Population" (ERP) numbers for the EMRC area.

See data notes for a detailed explanation of different population types, how they are calculated and when to use each one.

Estimated Resident Population (ERP)
EMRC area
Year (ending June 30)NumberChange in numberChange in percent
2003276,471----
2004279,444+2,973+1.08
2005282,842+3,398+1.22
2006288,043+5,201+1.84
2007296,034+7,991+2.77
2008304,426+8,392+2.83
2009312,822+8,396+2.76
2010319,440+6,618+2.12
2011327,035+7,595+2.38
2012338,902+11,867+3.63
2013349,793+10,891+3.21

Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics, Regional Population Growth, Australia (3218.0). Compiled and presented in profile.id by .id The population experts

Estimated Resident Population (ERP)
Estimated Resident Population (ERP) 2013, EMRC area: 349,793 2012, EMRC area: 338,902 2011, EMRC area: 327,035 2010, EMRC area: 319,440 2009, EMRC area: 312,822 2008, EMRC area: 304,426 2007, EMRC area: 296,034 2006, EMRC area: 288,043 2005, EMRC area: 282,842 2004, EMRC area: 279,444 2003, EMRC area: 276,471
Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics, Regional Population Growth, Australia (3218.0). Compiled and presented by .id the population experts
Annual change in Estimated Resident Population (ERP)
Annual change in Estimated Resident Population (ERP) 2013, Percentage change: +3.2% 2012, Percentage change: +3.6% 2011, Percentage change: +2.4% 2010, Percentage change: +2.1% 2009, Percentage change: +2.8% 2008, Percentage change: +2.8% 2007, Percentage change: +2.8% 2006, Percentage change: +1.8% 2005, Percentage change: +1.2% 2013, Change in number: +10,891 2012, Change in number: +11,867 2011, Change in number: +7,595 2010, Change in number: +6,618 2009, Change in number: +8,396 2008, Change in number: +8,392 2007, Change in number: +7,991 2006, Change in number: +5,201 2005, Change in number: +3,398 2004, Change in number: +2,973
Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics, Regional Population Growth, Australia (3218.0). Compiled and presented by .id the population experts