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8750.0 - Dwelling Unit Commencements, Australia, Preliminary, Mar 2012  
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 20/06/2012   
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DWELLING UNIT COMMENCEMENTS STATES & TERRITORIES


NEW SOUTH WALES

Graph: Dwelling unit commencements, NSW

The trend estimate of the number of total dwelling unit commencements in New South Wales fell this quarter and has fallen for three quarters.


VICTORIA
Graph: Dwelling unit commencements, Vic.

The trend estimate of the number of total dwelling unit commencements in Victoria fell this quarter and has fallen for seven quarters.


QUEENSLAND
Graph: Dwelling unit commencements, Qld.

The trend estimate of the number of total dwelling unit commencements in Queensland fell this quarter and is showing falls for three quarters.


SOUTH AUSTRALIA
Graph: Dwelling unit commencements, SA

The trend estimate of the number of total dwelling unit commencements in South Australia has fallen for seven quarters.


WESTERN AUSTRALIA
Graph: Dwelling unit commencements, WA

The trend estimate of the number of total dwelling unit commencements in Western Australia fell this quarter and has fallen for eight quarters.


TASMANIA
Graph: Dwelling unit commencements, Tas.

The trend estimate of the number of total dwelling unit commencements in Tasmania fell this quarter and has fallen for nine quarters.


NORTHERN TERRITORY
Graph: Dwelling unit commencements, NT

The trend estimate of the number of total dwelling unit commencements in the Northern Territory has risen this quarter following falls for four quarters.


AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY
Graph: Dwelling unit commencements, ACT

The trend estimate of the number of total dwelling unit commencements in the Australian Capital Territory fell this quarter and has fallen for four quarters.


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