Australian Bureau of Statistics
1362.4 - Regional Statistics, South Australia, 2004
Latest ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 22/10/2004 Final
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A regional perspective on South Australia: ABS
The average value of residential property sales increased by nearly two-thirds (65%) in South Australia over the five years to June 2003, according to regional analysis released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) today.
Average property prices increased faster in metropolitan Adelaide (up 68%) than in regional South Australia (up 59%) over this period.
The highest average residential property sale prices were recorded in Unley ($453,200), Walkerville ($446,300) and Burnside ($377,100) during 2003. The lowest prices were recorded in Peterborough ($41,000) and Coober Pedy ($47,100).
Other highlights from the publication Regional Statistics, South Australia, 2004 include:
Regional Statistics, South Australia, 2004 presents a statistical summary of key economic and social information for local government areas in South Australia. It illustrates the economic and social trends for each region, and also assists users in understanding how each region contributes to the South Australian economy.
Further details are in Regional Statistics, South Australia, 2004 (cat. no. 1362.4).
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