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1380.0.55.005 - Perspectives on Regional Australia: Population Turnover, 2006  
Latest ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 30/09/2008  First Issue
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CONTENTS

Population Turnover
Includes: Introduction
This release explores regions with high population turnover between August 2001 and August 2006.
Statistical Local Areas in Australia
Includes: High and low turnover Statistical Local Areas
Characteristics of Statistical Local Areas with high and low population turnover.
New South Wales
Includes: An analysis of selected characteristics of Parramatta (C) - Inner - a high population turnover Statistical Local Area
Almost 60% of usual residents in Parramatta (C) - Inner were born overseas.
Victoria
Includes: An analysis of selected characteristics of Melbourne (C) - Inner - a high population turnover Statistical Local Area
Of all arrivals to Melbourne (C) - Inner in the five years to the 2006 Census, more than half were from overseas.
Queensland
Includes: An analysis of selected characteristics of Rosslea - a high population turnover Statistical Local Area
More than 60% of occupied private dwellings in Rosslea were rented.
South Australia
Includes: An analysis of selected characteristics of Roxby Downs (M) - a high population turnover Statistical Local Area
Of the employed residents in Roxby Downs (M) almost half worked in the Mining industry.
Western Australia
Includes: An analysis of selected characteristics of Ashburton (S) - a high population turnover Statistical Local Area
More than 50% of working residents in Ashburton (S) were employed in the Mining industry.
Tasmania
Includes: An analysis of selected characteristics of Waratah/Wynyard (M) - Pt B - a high population turnover Statistical Local Area
Waratah/Wynyard (M) - Pt B recorded the highest population turnover of all SLAs in Tasmania (65.5%), yet was comparatively low when compared with high turnover SLAs in other states and territories.
Northern Territory
Includes: An analysis of selected characteristics of Gunn-Palmerston City - a high population turnover Statistical Local Area
The most common age group of residents in Gunn-Palmerston City was 0–14 years.
Australian Capital Territory
Includes: An analysis of selected characteristics of Duntroon - a high population turnover Statistical Local Area
More than 85% of employed residents in Duntroon worked in Defence.


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