Australian Bureau of Statistics

Rate the ABS website
ABS Home > Statistics > By Release Date
ABS @ Facebook ABS @ Twitter ABS RSS ABS Email notification service
2016.2 - Census of Population and Housing: Selected Characteristics for Urban Centres and Localities, Victoria, 1996  
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 29/01/1998   
   Page tools: Print Print Page Print all pages in this productPrint All RSS Feed RSS Bookmark and Share Search this Product

VICTORIA


PREFACE

This document contains data from the 1996 Census of Population and Housing, and describes the characteristics of people in Victoria and their housing arrangements. It is just a sample of what is available in the publication series Census of Population and Housing: Selected Characteristics for Urban Centres and Localities (Cat nos 2016.0-7), available for each State and Territory, and nationally.

The data presented in this document relate to where people were counted on census night, and therefore data for each geographical area includes visitors to that area but exclude those people who were away on census night. The document uses both the Urban Centre/Locality (UC/L) and the Section of State (SOS) geographic classifications which classify areas according to size of the population. Whilst the UC/L classification covers only part of the State or Territory, the SOS classification covers the State or Territory in its entirety.

This document presents only a selection of data from the full range of census variables. For further information about other census or Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) data refer to the Directory of Census Statistics, 1996 or elsewhere on this site. Concepts and definitions used in this document, including UC/L and SOS, are explained in the Explanatory Notes and more detailed information is available in the Census Dictionary, 1996 (Cat. no. 2901.0)

The ABS draws extensively on information provided freely by individuals, businesses, governments and other organisations. Their continued cooperation is very much appreciated: without it, the wide range of statistics published by the ABS would not be available. Information received by the ABS is treated in strict confidence as required by the Census and Statistics Act 1905.

S. Jackson
Regional Director




SUMMARY OF FINDINGS
          POPULATION AND HOUSEHOLD CHARACTERISTICS
    POPULATION DISTRIBUTION
        Since 1991, there had been a 3.0% increase in the number of people counted in the Census in Victoria, from 4,244,221 to 4,373,520. Over two-thirds (68.4%) were counted in the Major Urban area and a further 19.2% were in the Other Urban area. The remainder were in rural areas (1.8% in the Bounded Locality and 10.6% in the Rural Balance).

        Of the 149 Urban Centres, the largest were Melbourne (2,865,329), Geelong (125,382), Ballarat (64,831) and Bendigo (59,936), the first two of which also comprised the Major Urban area. In 1996, 165 Localities (L) were delimited.

    SEX
        In 1996, there were more females (2,223,219) counted than males (2,150,301). While the proportion of females was highest in the Other Urban area (51.4%), the proportion of males was highest in the Rural Balance (52.0%). These levels were similar to those of 1991.

        Females also outnumbered males in the majority (217) of UC/Ls, particularly in Tynong (L) (56.3%) south-east of Melbourne, Toora (L) (55.8%) and Foster (55.7%), both near Wilson's Promontory, and Yackandandah (L) (55.2%), near Beechworth. UC/Ls, which recorded the highest proportions of males were Crib Point (57.3%) west of French Island, Cann River (L) (57.3%) in the east, Learmonth (L) (56.0%) near Ballarat and Woorinen (L) (55.5%) near Swan Hill.

    AGE
        The population in Victoria is aging. In 1996, the median age for Victoria was 33 years, compared with 32 years in 1991, and the proportion of people aged 65 years or more also increased from 11.1% in 1991 to 12.0% in 1996.

        In 1996, the proportion of people in the Rural Balance aged 65 years or more (8.7%) was considerably lower than in the rest of the State (12.1% in Major Urban, 13.4% in Other Urban and 16.8% in Bounded Locality). Conversely, the Rural Balance recorded the highest proportion of children (aged 0-14 years), with 24.8%.

        At the UC/L level, the highest percentages of people aged 65 years or more were recorded in Indented Head (L) (41.1%), St Leonards (33.9%) and Portarlington (32.4%), all on Port Phillip Bay, and Jeparit (L) (31.0%) north of Dimboola in the central west. The highest proportions of children were recorded in Kinglake (L) (35.0%), Pearcedale (34.4%) and Cockatoo (34.2%), in the Melbourne hinterland, and Briagolong (L) (34.6%), Moriac (L) (34.1%) and Barnawartha (L) (34.0%).

    BIRTHPLACE
    Australian-born
        Of those counted in the Census in Victoria, 72.5% (3,168,848) were Australian-born, a slight decrease from 73.9% in 1991. The Major Urban area recorded a lower percentage than that for the State as a whole in both 1996 and 1991 (66.3% and 67.6% respectively).

        High percentages of Australian-born people were recorded in the UC/Ls of Underbool (L) (98.7%), Beulah (L) (96.9%) and Donald (95.7%) in the north-west, Goornong (L) (95.4%) near Bendigo and Moyhu (L) (95.3%) south of Wangaratta.

    Overseas-born
        Of the people counted in Victoria, 6.2% stated that they had been born in the United Kingdom (UK), Ireland or New Zealand (NZ), a decrease since 1991 (6.8%). The Major Urban area recorded a higher proportion of people born in these countries than the State as a whole (6.6% in 1996, 7.3% in 1991). Similarly, high proportions were recorded in the UC/Ls of Rhyll (L) on Phillip Island, Coronet Bay (L) and Nyora (L) on the coast nearby, Carrum Downs, Beaconsfield Upper and Gordon (L) (range - 13.0% to 15.4%).

        In 1996 a similar percentage (17.6%) reported that they had been born overseas in countries other than the UK, Ireland or NZ, to the finding for 1991 (17.2%). A much higher proportion of people in the Major Urban area reported having been born in these countries (23.3% in 1996 and 22.7% in 1991), than in the other area types. Likewise at the UC/L level, the highest proportions were noted in Melbourne (23.8%), nearby Craigieburn (14.6%), Bulla (L) (14.1%), and Carrum Downs (13.5%), Myrtleford (13.8%) in the north-east and Robinvale (13.0%) on the Murray.

    INDIGENOUS ORIGIN
        The number of people who reported being of Indigenous origin increased by 28.4% between 1991 and 1996, from 16,728 to 21,474. As a proportion of Victoria's population, this represented an increase from 0.4% to 0.5%. The proportion of Indigenous people was lowest in the Major Urban area (0.3% in both 1996 and 1991).

        UC/Ls which recorded the highest percentages were Robinvale (17.8%) in the north-west,
        Cann River (L) (10.9%), Bruthen (L) (5.7%) and Orbost (5.0%) in the east and Heywood (5.7%) in the far south-west.

    LONE PERSON HOUSEHOLDS
        In 1996, there were 356,364 lone person households in Victoria, an increase of 22.8% over 1991 (290,091). Most of this change occurred in the Major Urban and Other Urban areas (45,723 and 15,569 additional households respectively). Lone person households, as percentages of all households in private dwellings, ranged from 15.8% in the Rural Balance to 26.5% in the Bounded Locality.

        At the UC/L level, the highest percentages were recorded in localities in the western half of the State: Jeparit (L) near Warracknabeal; Macarthur (L) and Penshurst (L) north of Port Fairy, and Wedderburn (L) north-west of Bendigo (41.4%, 40.7%, 39.7%, and 39.0%).

    FAMILIES WITH DEPENDENT CHILDREN
        There were 583,950 family households with dependent children in 1996, virtually unchanged since 1991 (584,121). However, across the State the changes were more pronounced, with the Other Urban area increasing by 3.6% and the Bounded Locality decreasing by 14.9%. More than half (51.4%) of all family households had dependent children (53.9% in 1991). Of all family households, the percentages of family households with dependent children ranged from 48.4% in the Bounded Locality to 53.5% in the Other Urban area.

        Very high percentages of family households with dependent children were recorded in Tyers (L) (74.2%), Miners Rest (L) (73.0%), Moriac (L) (71.8%) and Pearcedale (71.5%).

          LABOUR FORCE CHARACTERISTICS (For persons aged 15 years and over)
    EMPLOYED
        In 1996, there were 1,884,880 employed people in Victoria compared with 1,806,561 in 1991, representing an increase of 4.3%. Of the employed people, 70.0% were enumerated in the Major Urban area (69.5% in 1991).

        Urban Centres with the largest numbers of employed people were Melbourne (1,269,544),
        Geelong (49,541), Ballarat (24,342) and Bendigo (22,244).

    Full-time employment
        Of the 1,884,880 employed people in Victoria, 1,285,053 (68.2%) worked full-time. This was an increase of 3.0% over 1991 (1,247,712). About two thirds (66.0%) of the full-time workers were male, which was similar to the situation in 1991 (66.3%). The percentage of male full-time workers was highest in the Bounded Locality (71.7%).

        Localities which recorded the highest percentages of full-time employees who were male were Seaspray (L) (87.0%) on the Gippsland coast, Snake Valley (L) (84.3%) and Derrinallum (L) (82.5%) near Ballarat, Quambatook (L) (82.5%) west of Kerang and Glenrowan (L) (81.8%) on the Hume Highway. Localities with high percentages of female full-time employees were Korong Vale (L) (44.4%) east of Charlton, Cranbourne South (L) (40.4%) south-east of Melbourne and Halls Gap (L) (40.0%) in the Grampians.

    Part-time employment
        In 1996, 556,422 people were employed part-time, an increase of 19.7% since 1991 (464,893). Approximately two-thirds (67.6%) of these workers were females, compared with 68.3% in 1991. The highest proportion of part-time workers who were female was recorded in the Other Urban area (69.6% in 1996 and 70.1% in 1991).

        UC/Ls which recorded the highest percentages of female part-time employees were Miners Rest (L) (84.6%) north of Ballarat, Jeparit (L) (84.2%) near Dimboola, Macarthur (L) (82.1%) in the far south-west and Corowa-Wahgunyah (Wahgunyah Part) (81.1%) on the Murray. The coastal localities of Venus Bay (L) (57.9%), Seaspray (L) (54.5%) and Port Albert (L) (50.0%) recorded high rates for males, as did Lake Bolac (L) (56.3%) in the south-west and Korong Vale (L) (53.3%) near Charlton.

    Occupation
        In 1996, over one-quarter (27.2%) of employed people were Managers and administrators or Professionals, compared with 25.6% in 1991. In both 1996 and 1991, the Rural Balance recorded the highest percentage in these occupations (39.6% and 40.3% respectively), although it should be noted that this occupation category included farm managers.

        Localities with the highest percentages were Underbool (L) (52.1%) and Murrayville (L) (41.4%), both on the highway west of Ouyen, and Mount Macedon (42.0%) north-west of Sunbury.

        In 1996, 8.3% of employed people were Labourers or related workers, compared with 8.8% in 1991, the Bounded Locality recording the highest levels (12.6% in 1996 and 1991). Central northern localities recorded the highest percentages: Girgarre (L) (27.9%), Gunbower (L) (27.8%) and Tungamah (L) (26.2%).

    Industry
        Two-fifths of employed people (40.0%) worked in the industries of Manufacturing, Retail trade or Property and business services, which were the three industries employing the highest number of people in Victoria in 1996. Although all three industries recorded increases since 1991, Property and business services (47.6%) recorded much larger increases than Manufacturing (6.1%) or Retail trade (8.0%). In both censuses, the percentages for these industries in the Major Urban area were higher than for the rest of the State (42.6% in 1996 and 39.2% in 1991).

        Localities with the highest levels in these industries were the central northern areas of
        Strathmerton (L) (62.6%), near Nathalia, Leitchville (L) (60.2%), south-east of Cohuna, and
        Girgarre (L) (55.3%) south of Kyabram, along with Dartmoor (L) (58.8%) in the far south-west of the State. The majority of these were employed in the Manufacturing industry.

    Private Sector
        The proportion of people employed in the private sector in Victoria increased somewhat between 1991 (72.7%) and 1996 (83.1%). The Rural Balance percentage was higher than for the other regional groupings (84.7% in 1996 and 76.5% in 1991).

        In all UC/Ls except for Crib Point (48.4%), on Mornington Peninsula, the majority of employed people worked in private enterprise. Port Welshpool (94.3%), north of Wilson's Promontory, and Bridgewater (92.0%), near Bendigo, recorded the highest percentages.

    UNEMPLOYED
        In 1996, there were 196,189 unemployed people in Victoria compared with 246,680 in 1991 - a decrease of 20.5%. The overall unemployment rate was 9.4% (12.0% in 1991), while the rate for people aged 15-24 years was 16.1% (21.0% in 1991). Both rates were highest in the Bounded Locality (11.0% and 20.0% respectively).

        Urban Centres which recorded comparatively high unemployment rates and numbers of people were the La Trobe Valley coal mining centres of Yallourn North (22.6% and 100) and Moe-Yallourn (20.6% and 1,219) and the former gold rush town of Heathcote (20.5% and 108). Moe-Yallourn (28.7% and 351) also recorded comparatively high unemployment levels for people aged 15-24 years, which also applied to nearby Churchill (31.8% and 211) and Hastings (27.5% and 130) on Western Port Bay.

          OCCUPIED PRIVATE DWELLINGS
    TENURE TYPE
        In 1996, there were 1,095,336 occupied private dwellings in the Major Urban area accounting for 68.8% of the occupied private dwellings in the State, with a further 312,386 located in the Other Urban area (19.6%).
    Fully owned
        Over two-fifths of the private dwellings counted in Victoria were fully owned by their occupants (43.7% in 1996 and 41.5% in 1991). In both 1996 (52.0%) and 1991 (49.2%) the Bounded Locality recorded the highest ownership level.

        In two-fifths (133) of the UC/Ls, the majority of the occupied private dwellings were fully owned. Along with Indented Head (L) (73.2%) on Port Phillip Bay, several places in the western part of the State recorded the very high rates of home ownership: Underbool (L) (75.9%), Beulah (L) (72.3%), Macarthur (L) (71.8%), Minyip (L) (71.2%) and Korong Vale (L) (70.5%).

    Being purchased
        In 1996, over one-quarter (27.1%) of the occupied private dwellings in Victoria were being purchased by their occupants, a decrease over the 1991 percentage (29.3%). The Other Urban area (29.3% in 1996 and 30.8% in 1991) recorded higher percentages than the rest of the State.

        High levels of homes being purchased were recorded in Miners Rest (L) (57.9%), near Ballarat, and several UC/Ls encircling Melbourne: Pearcedale, Cockatoo, Warneet East (L), Kinglake (L), Craigieburn, Wandong-Heathcote Junction, Wallan and Diggers Rest (ranging from 55.4% to 64.4%).

    Rented
        In 1996, 24.4% of the occupied private dwellings in the State were being rented, compared with 23.1% in 1991. Urban areas recorded the highest percentages of homes being rented (25.5% in Major Urban and 25.6% in Other Urban area).

        At the UC/L level, the highest percentages were recorded in Cann River (L) (58.8%) and Swifts Creek (L) (48.8%) in the east, Halls Gap (47.3%) in the Grampians, Port Campbell (L) (41.6%) and Robinvale (41.4%).

    HOUSEHOLD INCOME
        The median household income in 1996 of $643 per week showed an increase of 11.8% over 1991 ($575). In 1996 the Major Urban area ($689) exceeded the State median, which was also the case in 1991 ($625).

        UC/Ls which recorded the highest median household incomes were Wonga Park ($1,214), Beaconsfield Upper ($1,021) and Cranbourne South (L) ($977), all on the north-eastern or eastern fringes of the Capital. The lowest were recorded in Korong Vale (L) ($268) and Seaspray (L) ($286).

    HOUSING LOAN REPAYMENTS
        Since 1991 there had been a large increase (30.2%) in the median housing loan repayment for the State from $566 to $737 per month, the highest medians being recorded in the Major Urban area ($800 in 1996 and $595 in 1991).

        Comparatively high median housing loan repayments were recorded in UC/Ls of the Melbourne hinterland: Wonga Park ($973), Bulla (L) ($969), Mount Macedon (L), St Andrews (L), Panton Hill (L), and Carrum Downs (all $867). Jeparit (L) ($261) in the west recorded the lowest median.

    RENT PAYMENTS
        The median weekly rent payment for Victoria of $120 in 1996 represented an increase of 6.2% over the 1991 figure of $113. The 1996 median rent recorded for the Major Urban area ($130) was higher than that for the State as a whole, which also applied in 1991 ($123).

        The regional areas of Strathfieldsaye and Barnawartha (L), along with Craigieburn and
        Mount Macedon (L), recorded the highest median weekly rent payments (each $150).

Labour Force Characteristics, Persons Aged 15 Years and Over

Section of State

EMPLOYED PERSONS (a)
UNEMPLOY-
MENT RATES





Full-time males





Full-time females





Part-time males





Part-time females





Total persons(b)



Emp-
loyed in private sector


Managers & admini-
strators; Profess-
ionals




Labourers
& related workers
Manufac-
turing; Retail; Property and business services




Aged
15-24 years





Aged 15 years or more
    Section of State
no.
no.
no.
no.
no.
%
no.
no.
no.
%
%
    1996
    Vic. Major Urban
585,276
321,954
125,812
256,906
1,319,085
83.5
358,657
99,572
562,549
15.6
9.4
    Vic. Other Urban
149,435
65,647
31,592
72,320
326,311
80.7
65,075
32,962
125,497
18.9
10.7
    Vic. Bounded Locality
12,724
5,023
3,024
6,089
27,612
80.6
6,015
3,472
8,945
20.0
11.0
    Vic. Rural Balance
99,767
44,736
19,754
40,822
211,268
84.7
83,687
19,531
57,044
14.1
7.5
    Vic. Migratory
475
16
78
25
604
97.2
110
79
68
6.1
3.7
    Total
847,677
437,376
180,260
376,162
1,884,880
83.1
513,544
155,616
754,103
16.1
9.4
    1991
    Vic. Major Urban
566,473
305,229
102,383
216,897
1,255,906
73.3
310,799
104,937
492,318
20.6
12.3
    Vic. Other Urban
143,816
63,368
25,108
58,989
306,463
67.8
59,420
31,531
105,263
23.3
12.5
    Vic. Bounded Locality
14,464
5,638
2,873
6,105
30,736
69.2
6,642
3,874
9,025
25.5
12.9
    Vic. Rural Balance
102,221
45,992
17,091
35,348
212,830
76.5
85,742
18,464
50,091
19.2
9.6
    Vic. Migratory
489
22
77
22
626
80.4
125
65
49
6.8
4.4
    Total
827,463
420,249
147,532
317,361
1,806,561
72.7
462,728
158,871
656,746
21.0
12.0
          (a) For census purposes, people who stated they were employed, but worked zero hours in the week prior to census night have been coded to 'part time'.
          (b) Includes people who did not state the number of hours worked.

Urban Centres and Localities, Ranked by Total Number of Persons

Rank
    Urban Centre/Locality
Persons
Rank
    Urban Centre/Locality
Persons
1
    Melbourne
2,865,329
158
    Tallangatta (L)
952
2
    Geelong
125,382
159
    Bannockburn (L)
882
3
    Ballarat
64,831
160
    Clunes (L)
846
4
    Bendigo
59,936
161
    Murtoa (L)
839
5
    Shepparton-Mooroopna
31,945
162
    Campbells Creek (L)
833
6
    Melton
30,304
163
    Lang Lang (L)
825
7
    Warrnambool
26,052
164
    Boort (L)
805
8
    Albury-Wodonga (Wadonga Part)
25,825
165
    Birchip (L)
800
9
    Cranbourne
24,752
166
    Loch Sport (L)
791
10
    Mildura
24,142
167
    Edenhope (L)
776
11
    Sunbury
22,126
168
    Kaniva (L)
765
12
    Traralgon
18,993
169
    Aireys Inlet-Fairhaven (L)
761
13
    Wangaratta
15,527
170
    Warneet East (L)
754
14
    Moe-Yallourn
15,512
171
    Wycheproof (L)
733
15
    Morwell
13,823
172
    Gembrook (L)
716
16
    Sale
13,366
173
    Wedderburn (L)
708
17
    Craigieburn
12,919
174
    Eildon (L)
703
18
    Horsham
12,591
175
    Inglewood (L)
699
19
    Bacchus Marsh
11,279
176
    Mernda (L)
695
20
    Ocean Grove-Barwon Heads
11,272
177
    Sea Lake (L)
694
21
    Bairnsdale
10,890
178
    Kinglake (L)
691
22
    Echuca-Moama (Echuca Part)
10,014
179
    Timboon (L)
690
23
    Colac
9,793
180
    Yarragon (L)
679
24
    Portland
9,664
181
    Mount Macedon (L)
676
25
    Pakenham
9,512
182
    Hopetoun (L)
670
26
    Swan Hill
9,385
183
    Dunolly (L)
668
27
    Hamilton
9,248
184
    Barham-Koondrook (Koondrook Part)
665
28
    Warragul
9,011
185
    Elmore (L)
662
29
    Benalla
8,582
186
    Trentham (L)
658
30
    Maryborough
7,381
187
    Garfield (L)
658
31
    Lara
7,338
188
    Tooradin (L)
650
32
    Somerville
7,028
189
    San Remo (L)
634
33
    Ararat
6,890
190
    Rockbank (L)
633
34
    Castlemaine
6,690
191
    Murchison (L)
633
35
    Clifton Springs
6,651
192
    Marysville (L)
626
36
    Healesville
6,368
193
    Corowa-Wahgunyah (Wahgunya Part)
624
37
    Seymour
6,294
194
    Huntly (L)
612
38
    Stawell
6,272
195
    Bruthen (L)
601
39
    Crib Point
6,198
196
    Nar-Nar-Goon (L)
596
40
    Torquay
5,984
197
    Cape Peterson (L)
593
41
    Hastings
5,906
198
    Yackandandah (L)
592
42
    Wonthaggi
5,887
199
    Violet Town (L)
580
43
    Kyabram
5,738
200
    Carisbrook (L)
579
44
    Leopold
5,491
201
    Longwarry (L)
566
45
    Lakes Entrance
5,248
202
    Stanhope (L)
565
46
    Churchill
4,882
203
    Rainbow (L)
562
47
    Drouin
4,790
204
    Avenel (L)
546
48
    Emerald
4,673
205
    Boolarra (L)
532
49
    Leongatha
4,144
206
    Toora (L)
530
50
    Maffra
4,033
207
    Allansford (L)
529
51
    Kerang
3,883
208
    Pyramid Hill (L)
527
52
    Cobram
3,865
209
    Nyah West (L)
519
53
    Queenscliff
3,832
210
    Malmsbury (L)
514
54
    Kyneton
3,757
211
    Penshurst (L)
513
55
    Gisborne
3,578
212
    Briagolong (L)
509
56
    Yarrawonga-Mulwala (Yarrawonga Part)
3,435
213
    Metung (L)
508
57
    Daylesford
3,278
214
    Newstead (L)
505
58
    Camperdown
3,153
215
    Flinders (L)
501
59
    Numurkah
3,128
216
    Neerim South (L)
493
60
    Wallan
3,115
217
    Merrigum (L)
486
61
    Hurstbridge
3,089
218
    Coronet Bay (L)
482
62
    Cowes
3,060
219
    Natimuk (L)
479
63
    Woodend
2,974
220
    Yinnar (L)
477
64
    Beechworth
2,953
221
    Minyip (L)
475
65
    Tatura
2,826
222
    Porepunkah (L)
462
66
    Cockatoo
2,798
223
    St Andrews Beach (L)
457
67
    Korumburra
2,739
224
    Gisborne New (L)
456
68
    Kilmore
2,710
225
    Skipton (L)
453
69
    Myrtleford
2,705
226
    Indented Head (L)
453
70
    Euroa
2,697
227
    Lake Boga (L)
451
71
    Paynesville
2,661
228
    Dunkeld (L)
444
72
    St Arnaud
2,638
229
    Panton Hill (L)
444
73
    Port Fairy
2,625
230
    Barnawartha (L)
438
74
    Rochester
2,553
231
    Miners Rest (L)
431
75
    Red Cliffs
2,553
232
    Strathmerton (L)
429
76
    Mansfield
2,526
233
    Lethbridge (L)
411
77
    Warracknabeal
2,493
234
    Rupanyup (L)
407
78
    Inverloch
2,448
235
    Meeniyan (L)
406
79
    Warburton
2,446
236
    Jeparit (L)
403
80
    Portarlington
2,407
237
    Dinner Plain (L)
401
81
    Romsey
2,366
238
    Chewton (L)
393
82
    Broadford
2,350
239
    Birregurra (L)
393
83
    Woori Yallock
2,344
240
    Linton (L)
393
84
    Carrum Downs
2,339
241
    Corinella (L)
391
85
    Creswick
2,327
242
    Moriac (L)
390
86
    Trafalgar
2,239
243
    Grantville (L)
389
87
    Orbost
2,150
244
    Venus Bay (L)
385
88
    Yarra Junction
2,033
245
    Harcourt (L)
384
89
    Anglesea
1,995
246
    Rhyll (L)
378
90
    Cohuna
1,979
247
    Gordon (L)
378
91
    Balnarring Beach-Merricks
1,961
248
    Lockington (L)
375
92
    Coldstream
1,939
249
    St Andrews (L)
371
93
    Rutherglen
1,904
250
    Lake Tyers Beach (L)
369
94
    Pearcedale
1,899
251
    Tangambalanga (L)
365
95
    Bright
1,898
252
    Nyah (L)
358
96
    Nhill
1,890
253
    Glenrowan (L)
343
97
    Terang
1,867
254
    Bulla (L)
334
98
    Alexandra
1,859
255
    Talbot (L)
334
99
    Yarram
1,807
256
    Leitchville (L)
333
100
    Buninyong
1,791
257
    Lismore (L)
323
101
    Diggers Rest
1,762
258
    Marlo (L)
322
102
    Wonga Park
1,759
259
    Meredith (L)
320
103
    Robinvale
1,758
260
    Manangatang (L)
311
104
    Whittlesea
1,744
261
    Woorinen (L)
310
105
    Merbein
1,736
262
    Tungamah (L)
305
106
    Casterton
1,731
263
    Willaura (L)
303
107
    Millgrove
1,701
264
    Poowong (L)
302
108
    Mount Beauty
1,649
265
    Learmonth (L)
302
109
    Heyfield
1,602
266
    Rawson (L)
301
110
    Seville
1,578
267
    Omeo (L)
298
111
    Heathcote
1,565
268
    Darnum (L)
293
112
    Dimboola
1,557
269
    Bellbridge (L)
293
113
    Launching Place
1,546
270
    Snake Valley (L)
291
114
    Drysdale
1,474
271
    Officer (L)
289
115
    Strathfieldsaye
1,467
272
    Inverleigh (L)
283
116
    Nathalia
1,455
273
    Bridgewater (L)
282
117
    Ballan
1,414
274
    Port Campbell (L)
281
118
    Cobden
1,408
275
    Blackwood (L)
279
119
    Donald
1,383
276
    Quambatook (L)
275
120
    Riddells Creek
1,367
277
    Goroke (L)
268
121
    Stratford
1,350
278
    Derrinallum (L)
265
122
    Nagambie
1,335
279
    Dartmoor (L)
265
123
    Heywood
1,305
280
    Goornong (L)
265
124
    Beaconsfield Upper
1,283
281
    Tynong (L)
261
125
    Mirboo North
1,265
282
    Gunbower (L)
260
126
    Macedon
1,257
283
    Dookie (L)
260
127
    Maldon
1,255
284
    Halls Gap (L)
256
128
    Wandong-Heathcote Junction
1,251
285
    Shoreham (L)
251
129
    Ouyen
1,251
286
    Noorat (L)
249
130
    Yarra Glen
1,232
287
    Nyora (L)
249
131
    St Leonards
1,226
288
    Port Albert (L)
248
132
    Tyabb
1,223
289
    Tylden (L)
247
133
    Yallourn North
1,216
290
    Korong Vale (L)
247
134
    Corryong
1,215
291
    Cann River (L)
246
135
    Tongala
1,164
292
    Tallarook (L)
244
136
    Rosedale
1,134
293
    Tyers (L)
244
137
    Lancefield
1,127
294
    Macarthur (L)
238
138
    Koo-Wee-Rup
1,118
295
    Murrayville (L)
236
139
    Charlton
1,096
296
    Tawonga (L)
236
140
    Irymple
1,095
297
    Lindenow (L)
236
141
    Newhaven
1,091
298
    Moyhu (L)
235
142
    Coleraine
1,084
299
    Lake Bolac (L)
235
143
    Lorne
1,082
300
    Beeac (L)
234
144
    Chiltern
1,080
301
    Smythesdale (L)
234
145
    Mount Helen
1,053
302
    Cranbourne South (L)
233
146
    Foster
1,049
303
    Underbool (L)
233
147
    Beaufort
1,039
304
    Port Welshpool (L)
229
148
    Winchelsea
1,027
305
    Coongulla (L)
229
149
    Bunyip
1,011
306
    Swifts Creek (L)
228
150
    Koroit (L)
998
307
    Beulah (L)
226
151
    Mortlake (L)
989
308
    Cardigan Village (L)
225
152
    Mallacoota (L)
982
309
    Woomelang (L)
217
153
    Apollo Bay (L)
979
310
    Merino (L)
217
154
    Rushworth (L)
976
311
    Seaspray (L)
216
155
    Avoca (L)
968
312
    Loch (L)
213
156
    Somers (L)
963
313
    Girgarre (L)
209
157
    Yea (L)
960
314
    Katamatite (L)
204

    Bookmark and Share. Opens in a new window

    Commonwealth of Australia 2014

    Unless otherwise noted, content on this website is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 Australia Licence together with any terms, conditions and exclusions as set out in the website Copyright notice. For permission to do anything beyond the scope of this licence and copyright terms contact us.