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Welcome to the City of Tea Tree Gully Community Profile

The City of Tea Tree Gully Estimated Resident Population for 2014 is 98,575, with a population density of 10.35 persons per hectare.

The City of Tea Tree Gully is located in Adelaide's north eastern suburbs, between 9 and 25 kilometres north-east of the Adelaide GPO.

The City of Tea Tree Gully Community Profile provides demographic analysis for the City and its suburbs based on results from the 2011, 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.

NEWS

Does dwelling growth lead to population growth?

(3/07/2015)

One of the more common misconceptions about population change is the relationship with dwellings and household structure. Many people assume that new dwellings means an increase in population. But does dwelling growth necessarily indicate population growth?

The latest population figures: Australia down, Victoria up

(3/07/2015)

Victoria emerged as the fastest growing state by population in the latest quarterly issue of Australian Demographic Statistics (3101.0). What are some other interesting population trends for Australia?

Population densities of Australian capital cities

(12/06/2015)

Population densities have traditionally provided information on the distribution of populations across space. By assessing how dense an area is, we can determine possible pressures on existing services and infrastructure and identity opportunities for growth of communities. How dense are we?

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