Key web pages and entry points for the Australian Bureau of Statistics
iPhone, iPod touch and iPad - Official Australian statistics offers access to key economic indicators, location aware Census data, population clock and links with the ABS' social media sites, the official web site and ABS BetaWorks.
This page provides online search facility for ABS 2006 Census Data by location, topic and product type for Australia, a State/Territory or a Capital City.
Index page to the Australian Bureau of Statistics Annual Report. Report is available in PDF format.
Contains the Australian National Accounts: National Income, Expenditure and Product, with gross domestic product (GDP) and its components
Links to the ABS page which in index form, provides movements in retail prices of goods and services commonly purchased by metropolitan households.
Provides links to various Australian Bureau of Statistics publications dealing with population issues such as population size and growth, population distribution, births, deaths, migration, marriages and divorces and households and families.
Australian Bureau of Statistics page with educational resources for teachers and students, including CensusAtSchool, education and training related statistics, and reference material.
The 2006 Census Social Atlas series is a complete reference, providing you with key information on Australia's cities and selected regions. It contains a wealth of up-to-date demographic information on the following topics: Population, Cultural Diversity, Education, Labour Force, Income, Families and Households, and Dwellings.
Contains a table providing a summary of Australia's key economic and social indicators. Data contained in this table is updated as soon as it becomes available.
Results of the monthly Labour Force Survey, containing estimates of the civilian labour force, derived from the Labour Force Survey component of the Monthly Population Survey. Includes monthly hours worked, underemployment rate, and labour force underutilisation rate. Download the entire report for free from the Downloads tab.
Australian Bureau of Statistics page provides links to their most popular statistics products. Also provides links to search all statistics by catalogue number, by release date, by topic and by title.
Projection of the Australian population based on the estimated resident population at 30 September 2008. It assumes growth since then based on assumptions consistent with those used for Series B in Population Projections, Australia, 2006 to 2101.
Links to Australian Bureau of Statistics statistics and other information, by topic. Topics include the economy, environment and energy, industry, people and regional.
Year Book Australia is the principal reference work produced by the Australian Bureau of Statistics. It provides a comprehensive and detailed statistical overview of various aspects of the economy and social conditions in Australia. In addition, it contains descriptive matter dealing with Australia's government, international relations, defence, social security, geography and climate.
This chapter of the Year Book Australia outlines the basic features of the Australian system of government, including the constitutional basis of government, the Sovereign, the Governor-General, the Commonwealth Parliament, the Australian Government and the Australian Public Service. It also covers Commonwealth elections, state, territory and local government and the party system and provides details of the Ministry, and of the state and territory political leaders.