03/08/2007 Note: The templates are being reissued with minor formatting changes.
2006 Community Profile Templates
The following 2006 Census Community Profile Series templates are provided as a guide to the standard tables which will be available when the data is released. Users are encouraged to take maximum advantage of this early release of the templates in preparation for the release of 2006 Census data from mid-2007. Users will be able to determine well in advance which data will be available as standard output and plan requirements from customised tables accordingly. Please note that release dates vary across the different Community Profile types.
Basic Community Profile Templates
Basic demographic information for an area, including age, ancestry, income, education, family type and more.
Indigenous Profile Templates
Key Census characteristics of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander persons, families and dwellings. Includes comparisons with non-Indigenous people.
Place of Enumeration Profile Templates
|Key Census characteristics of persons, families and dwellings. The data are based on place of enumeration. It differs from the other Community Profiles in that it provides data on where people were counted on Census Night rather than where they 'usually' live or their 'usual address'. |
Time Series Profile Templates
How have we changed over the past decade? What trends have occurred in housing, families, education? The Time Series Profile provided information to conduct analysis and compare statistics across a number of years.
Working Population Profile Templates
Provides a range of data, including how many people work full-time or part-time, their incomes, which industries they work in, which industries have people working long hours, which occupations utilise the Internet, and how people travel to work.
Expanded Community Profile Templates
More detailed information about an area's characteristics. It builds on the Basic Community Profile, providing more categories within a classification.
This page last updated 2 August 2007