Fairview Park - Yatala Vale
Service age groups
Fairview Park - Yatala Vale had a higher proportion of pre-schoolers and a similar proportion of persons at post retirement age than City of Tea Tree Gully in 2016.
The Age Structure of Fairview Park - Yatala Vale provides key insights into the level of demand for age based services and facilities such as child care. It is an indicator of Fairview Park - Yatala Vale's residential role and function and how it is likely to change in the future.
Service age groups divide the population into age categories that reflect typical life-stages. They indicate the level of demand for services that target people at different stages in life and how that demand is changing.
Derived from the Census question:
'What is the person's date of birth or age?'
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Analysis of the service age groups of Fairview Park - Yatala Vale in 2016 compared to City of Tea Tree Gully shows that there was a higher proportion of people in the younger age groups (0 to 17 years) and a similar proportion of people in the older age groups (60+ years).
Overall, 22.6% of the population was aged between 0 and 17, and 24.8% were aged 60 years and over, compared with 21.3% and 24.4% respectively for City of Tea Tree Gully.
The major differences between the age structure of Fairview Park - Yatala Vale and City of Tea Tree Gully were:
- A larger percentage of 'Empty nesters and retirees (60 to 69)' (13.8% compared to 12.2%)
- A larger percentage of 'Parents and homebuilders (35 to 49)' (21.6% compared to 20.2%)
- A smaller percentage of 'Older workers and pre-retirees (50 to 59)' (11.8% compared to 13.5%)
- A smaller percentage of 'Young workforce (25 to 34)' (10.9% compared to 12.2%)
From 2011 to 2016, Fairview Park - Yatala Vale's population decreased by 14 people (0.4%). This represents an average annual population change of -0.07% per year over the period.
The largest changes in the age structure in this area between 2011 and 2016 were in the age groups:
- Seniors (70 to 84) (+113 people)
- Older workers and pre-retirees (50 to 59) (-77 people)
- Young workforce (25 to 34) (-67 people)