Explore data about your region
Use this webpage to look at how individual regions are performing over time, and if their progress is in-line with broader national trends. You can create downloadable charts and tables about your region. The different types of regions you can explore are:
- Sub-state Regions are functional economic areas with a reasonably self-contained labour market area.
- Significant Urban Areas are urban concentrations of over 10,000 people.
- Local Government Areas are administered by local governing bodies (councils, shires and cities).
- Regional Development Australia committees are a national network of 55 regions that cover all of Australia. They are generally made up of groups of LGAs.
Explore measures of regional progress
Progress is about improvements in the well-being of people and households in a region over time. You can use this webpage to look beyond the economic system in a region to also consider the wider range of experiences and living conditions. The progress indicators are organized under the following categories:
- Environment and Governance
- Population and Demographics
- Infrastructure and Transport
- Industry and Innovation
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