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  1. Prior to the 2021 Census, the LIM thresholds and the LIM low income statistics were derived and reported for the population residing outside of the territories and off reserve only. It was based on the consideration that the income, prices and expenditure patterns could be quite different in the territories and on reserve, and thus, could make the interpretation of the LIM low-income ...

  2. Population Victoria is home to over 6.5 million people (Australian Bureau of Statistics, 2021), with around 5 million of those living in the suburbs and surroundings which constitute the state's capital city of Melbourne. Victoria is Australia's second most populated state and Melbourne is the country's second largest city.

  3. 29/03/2022 · Almost 45,000 people left Victoria at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to new population data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics. Major growth areas (July 2020-June 2021) 1. Surf Coast (4.4 per cent) 2. Melton (3.9 per cent) 3. Bass Coast (3.7 per cent) 4. Mitchell (3.3 per cent) 5. Baw Baw (3.1 per cent) Source: ABS

  4. 03/02/2022 · Victoria’s coastline measures 1800 km long and shares a border with the Bass Strait, the body of water that divides Australia’s mainland and Tasmania. Based on our research, Victoria’s population is expected to reach 6.74 million in the month of 2022. The end of June is the date we use every year. The Australian Bureau of Statistics ...

  5. At December 2021 Victoria had a population of 6,559,941. The Australian Bureau of Statistics estimates that the population may well reach 7.2 million by 2050. Victoria's founding Anglo-Celtic population has been supplemented by successive waves of migrants from Southern and Eastern Europe , Asia and, most recently, Africa and the Middle East .

  6. 14/04/2021 · At the time of writing (April 2021) there is no indication when the international border will reopen to overseas migration, prolonging the impacts on population change. Spatial patterns The map below shows the population growth rate by LGA in Victoria for 2019-20.

  7. New population estimates peg the population of Greater Victoria at 408,883 as of July 1, 2020. (Black Press Media file photo) ... Jan. 19, 2021 6:05 a.m.