Census uncovers richest and poorest areas

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Daniel McCulloch
(Australian Associated Press)

 

THE AUSTRALIAN BUREAU OF STATISTICS HAS REVEALED AUSTRALIA’S RICHEST AND POOREST AREAS

* 10 MOST ADVANTAGED LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREAS

1. Ku-ring-gai (NSW)

Population: 118,053

2. Mosman (NSW)

Population: 28,475

3. Woollahra (NSW)

Population: 54,240

4. Cottesloe (WA)

Population: 7597

5. Peppermint Grove (WA)

Population: 1636

6. Nedlands (WA)

Population: 21,121

7. North Sydney (NSW)

Population: 67,658

8. Lane Cove (NSW)

Population: 36,051

9. Cambridge (WA)

Population: 26,783

10. Hunters Hill (NSW)

Population: 13,999
* 10 MOST DISADVANTAGED AREAS

1. Cherbourg (Qld)

Population: 1269

2. West Daly (NT)

Population: 3166

3. Belyuen (NT)

Population: 164

4. Woorabinda (Qld)

Population: 962

5. Central Desert (NT)

Population: 3677

6. Aurukun (Qld)

Population: 1269

7. Yarrabah (Qld)

Population: 2559

8. Doomadgee (Qld)

Population: 1405

9. Napranum (Qld)

Population: 957

10. Palm Island (Qld)

Population: 2446

(Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics)

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