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98 people who were living in Western Rural in 2016 were born overseas, and 5% arrived in Australia within 5 years prior to 2016.
The Year of Arrival data records when the overseas born population arrived in Australia. The data shows the degree to which areas are 'ports' for new overseas arrivals and reveals the role of Western Rural in housing the overseas-born. The number of recent overseas arrivals in an area is often determined by housing affordability, employment opportunities and pre-existing communities located in the area.
Derived from the Census question:
'In what year did the person first arrive in Australia to live here for one year or more?'
Overseas born population
Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics, Census of Population and Housing (opens a new window) 2016. Compiled and presented by .id (opens a new window), the population experts.
(Usual residence data)
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Analysis of the year of arrival for the overseas born population of Western Rural in 2016 compared to Tamworth Regional Council shows that there was a larger proportion of people who arrived before 2001, and a smaller proportion of recent overseas arrivals (those who arrived between 2011 to 9 Aug 2016).
Overall, 86.0% of the overseas born population arrived before 2001, and 5.3% arrived during or after 2011, compared with 46.8% and 27.2% respectively for Tamworth Regional Council.
The major differences in year of arrival data in the population between Western Rural and Tamworth Regional Council are:
- A larger percentage of arrivals between 1961 and 1970 (27.4% compared to 11.9%)
- A larger percentage of arrivals between 1991 and 2000 (16.1% compared to 7.6%)
- A smaller percentage of arrivals between 2011 to 9 Aug 2016 (5.3% compared to 27.2%)
- A smaller percentage of arrivals between 2006 and 9 Aug 2011 (2.2% compared to 13.7%)