Demographic Estimates and Projections Australia

Reliably predict future changes in Australia’s demographic landscape.

Invest in the future with Demographic Estimates and Projections Australia from Pitney Bowes. Detailed population and income projections are provided for the current year, and five years into the future. Projections are available nationally for every Statistical Area Level 1 (SA1) in Australia, giving you the ability to reliably predict future changes in Australia’s demographic landscape.

An SA1 is a region that is comprised of approximately 400 persons or 150 households on average, and is the smallest geography for which the Australian Bureau of Statistics provides detailed demographic information.

Source: Pitney Bowes, Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), Australian Taxation Office (ATO)

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Benefits

Predict the future

Since statistics from the five-year Census of Population and Housing reflect a snapshot in time in August 2016, the Demographic Estimates and Projections dataset instead gives you a view of now, five years ahead and ten years into the future.

Identify growth and decline

Estimates and Projections Australia also gives you the ability to predict areas of growth or decline in the future, using sophisticated data derived by a world-leading team of demographers and economists.

Features and Configurations

Key Features

  • 184 demographic variables available
  • Projections for 2022, 2027
  • Updated annually
  • Built using detailed demographic data from a variety of sources, including the Australian Bureau of Statistics, Australian Taxation Office, local government authorities and the Pitney Bowes team of demographers and economists.
  • Includes both population and income projections

Product layers/Configurations

  • 2017 Population age bands for males, females and persons
  • 2017 Household counts
  • 2017 Median and average income
  • 2017 Income bands
  • 2017 Population age bands for Males, Females and Persons
  • 2017 Household counts
  • 2017 Population Age Bands for Males, Females and Persons
  • 2017 Household Counts

Product Details

Coverage

  • Australia

Release schedule

  • Annual

Source

  • Pitney Bowes, Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), Australian Taxation Office (ATO)

Language

  • English