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This dataset presents a range of data items sourced from a wide variety of collections, both Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) and non-ABS. The data is derived from the 7 November 2022 release of Data by region (DBR) (2011 - 2021). Individual data items present the latest reference year data available on DBR. This layer presents data by Local Government Areas (LGA), 2021.
The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples theme is based on groupings of data within Data by region (DBR). Concepts, sources and methods for each dataset can be found on the Data by region methodology page.
The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples theme includes:
When analysing these statistics, care needs to be taken as time periods, definitions, methodologies, scope, and coverage can differ across collections. Some data values have been randomly adjusted or suppressed to avoid the release of confidential data. In some cases small cells have been randomly altered to zero. Care should be taken when interpreting cells with small numbers or zeros.
Made possible by the Digital Atlas of Australia
The Digital Atlas of Australia is an Australian Government initiative being led by Geoscience Australia. It will bring together trusted datasets from across government in an interactive, secure, and easy-to-use geospatial platform. The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) is working in partnership with Geoscience Australia to establish a set of web services to make ABS data available in the Digital Atlas.
The Digital Atlas of Australia beta will be available by mid-2023.
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Data and geography references
Source data publication: Data by region (DBR)
Geographic boundary information: Australian Statistical Geography Standard (ASGS) Edition 3
Further information: Data by region methodology, reference period 2011-22
Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS)