We provide Australian demographics using spatial data to tell a story
Population experts .id provide a free detailed profile of Australian demographics. It contains data from the 2006, 2001, 1996 and 1991 Australian Census. Data from the 2011 Australian Census will soon be added; register with .id to be notified.
Census information includes detailed analysis of population, age, ethnicity, income, households, dwellings, education and more.
.id takes this raw Australian demographics data and transforms it into visual stories that can be understood by highly-trained analysts and members of the public alike. Simply by utilising our web applications, available on some 500 public websites, you can answer business-shaping questions such as:
- What is our population?
- How old are we?
- Where were we born?
- How many of our population recently arrived?
- How well do we speak English?
- How do we live?
While demographic information is freely available, public organisations, private businesses and governments continue to guess at what the future holds in store. They then make ‘guesstimates’ regarding products, services and infrastructure.
It doesn’t have to be that way. By incorporating .id’s data into your decision-making process you can make savvy, evidence-based choices with confidence. Future generations will thank you for the fairer, more sustainable society you help to shape as a direct result.
The .id team is made up of demographers, urban planners, spatial analysts, forecasters and IT experts. Need access to easy-to-understand statistics for Australian and New Zealand states, cities and suburbs? We can help. We have created demographic work and published it via our online resource centre. It incorporates community profiles, population forecasts, economic and workforce profiles, and social atlases.