Australian Interstate Migration 2012



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Australian Interstate Migration 2012.

Four of the Australian States and Territories lost more of their population to Interstate transfers, than to interstate arrivals, in the 2012 calendar year.

The State that suffered the largest net loss was New South Wales, with a net departure of 16,798. The state with the highest number of Interstate Arrivals was Western Australia with 10,803.

 

2012 Arrivals Departures Net Arrivals
New South Wales 79,030.00 95,828.00 -16,798.00
Victoria 65,178.00 62,843.00 2,335.00
Queensland 86,759.00 76,535.00 10,224.00
South Australia 21,400.00 24,438.00 -3,038.00
Western Australia 40,184.00 29,381.00 10,803.00
Tasmania 9,724.00 12,161.00 -2,437.00
Northern Territory 14,790.00 15,929.00 -1,139.00
Australian Capital Territory 17,621.00 17,571.00 50.00

Source: 3101.0 – ABS Australian Demographic Statistics

Comparison to 2011

2011 Arrivals Departures Net Arrivals
New South Wales 83,278.00 99,239.00 -15,961.00
Victoria 67,374.00 64,002.00 3,372.00
Queensland 89,121.00 80,079.00 9,042.00
South Australia 22,983.00 25,384.00 -2,401.00
Western Australia 39,773.00 30,726.00 9,047.00
Tasmania 11,053.00 12,457.00 -1,404.00
Northern Territory 15,484.00 17,657.00 -2,173.00
Australian Capital Territory 18,764.00 18,281.00 483.00

 


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