Cities & Infrastructure

Population, infrastructure and other key indicators on Australia’s cities

Data Room > Cities & Infrastructure
Major cities - demographic indicators

Key demographic indicators for major Australian cities. Indicators include; total population and growth rate, unemployment rate and median annual income.
 

Population Annual Population Growth Rate Unemployment Rate Median Annual Household Income
93,600 1.58% p.a. 8.07% $63,100 per annum

 

Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics / National Cities Performance Framework Dashboard
To find specific information on the boundaries used for each market, visit the National Cities Framework
Dashboard using the link below.

For further details or more information from the National Cities Performance Framework, click here
 
Major cities - residential property indicators

Key residential and construction indicators for major Australian cities. Indicators include; median house and unit price, average weekly house and unit rent, and value of residential and non-residential construction approvals.

Dwelling price to household income ratio Average housing construction costs ($/m2) Median House Sale Price
5.0 $1,365 $339,000
Median Unit Sale Price Average House Rent Average Unit Rent
$212,000 $340 per week $230 per week

 

Source: National Cities Performance Framework Dashboard / CoreLogic
To find specific information on the boundaries used for each market, visit the National Cities Framework
Dashboard using the link below.

 
Australian commute to work by type

Number of individuals in major Australian cities commuting to work by travel method.
 

Car, as driver Car, as passenger Public Transport Walked only Worked at home
72.4% 4.6% 0.8% 3.5% 4.7%

 

Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics / Commonwealth Government
List of cities derived from National Cities Performance Framework - Interim Report
Employed people aged 15 years and over
Walking refers to those that only walk during their commute to work 

For further details or more information from the Australian Bureau of Statistics, click here

 

 

Committed infrastructure funding from Government
Total level of general government sector investment in infrastructure committed to in each budget year, along with forecasts of funding over the forward estimates.

 


Source: Infrastructure Partnerships Australia; Australian Infrastructure Budget Monitor

For further details or more information, click here

 

X

Please enter details below to share your content