Australia’s top 20 fastest growing areas

Georgia Allan

Georgia completed a Masters in Population Studies and Demography at Flinders University in Adelaide. At .id, Georgia is a consultant in .id's housing team. She was heavily involved in the creation and continued development of, the online tool developed to give councils an accessible evidence base for planning and advocacy. Georgia has prepared housing demand and supply analysis for a range of councils, including those in inner-city, middle ring, growth and peri-urban areas. When not in the office, she is likely to be cooking, knitting, crocheting, or buried in a good book.

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  1. It’s worth noting that these figures are all preliminary, and don’re represent the results of the 2016 Census. On 27 June we will get an update based on Census data which will replace these preliminary figures with new ones, and revise the last 5 years’ data back to 2012.

  2. Alison Leitch says:

    It would be interesting to see a comparison list based on increase in the actual numbers of people from 2015-16 rather than as a %, as some LGAs have a much smaller base population. Also people per area (ie. using the geographic size of the LGA also).

  3. Haryono says:

    Melbourne become to biggest city in future 😉

  4. Gaza11 says:

    Why is this the only publication that shows Ipswich as a city. It is the 2nd oldest city in Qld and has 208000 pluss residents. It is not mentioned as a city in a search of Australian vities but seems to be gobbled up by Brisbane. Brisbane is already the biggest lga in Australua and does not need boosting its numbers or area by including Ipswich in its figures.

  1. March 22, 2018

    […] NSW, there are specific areas that are expected to be hot zones for population growth. The top five fastest growing areas in New South Wales are Riverstone to Marsden Park, Cobbitty to Leppington, Waterloo to Beaconsfield, Homebush Bay to […]

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