How to categorise local areas in Australia

Victor Fisher

Victor comes to us as an outstanding graduate via .id's Graduate Development Programme after completing his Master of International Urban and Environmental Management at RMIT University. He is particularly interested in how population dynamics are used to inform planning processes and understanding the importance of place.

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  1. Karen Tan says:

    Hello Victor,

    I read with interest, your blog on how to classify Australia’s local areas. This is an ongoing “issue” we tend to have in-house when trying to distinguish between Metropolitan, Urban, Semi-Rural, Rural areas, especially when the population of main cities are spreading outwards, the area classifications should change with it.

    I wanted to ask, how do you classify your areas? Do you use a hard and fast rule?

    Or could you point me to a source where I may obtain this definition, or even a list of already classified geography?

    I have tried looking through the ABS site, but have been unsuccessful in finding this information.

    Thank you in advance,
    Karen

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