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 Key Statistics

The City’s community statistics packages: profile.id; atlas.id; and economy.id are all based on Australian Bureau of Statistics 2011 Census data.They are resources designed to be used by council staff, community groups, investors, business people, students and the general public. To access this information click on the highlighted links below.

Community Profile includes statistics on population, age structure, ethnicity, ancestry, religion, income, qualifications, occupations, employment, unemployment, disability, disadvantage, volunteering, childcare, family structure, household structure, housing tenure, mortgage and rental payments, and the size and type of the dwellings people live in. It offers current and historical data.

The Social Atlas includes key socio-demographic characteristics for the City of Belmont presented as interactive maps that show how population groups are distributed. There are over 90 maps, each representing a community of interest, such as young children or the elderly.

The Economic Profile provides economic analysis by combining 11 different datasets to build a story of a local economy, how it is changing and how it compares to other areas. It includes Gross Regional Product, local jobs, local businesses, employment, building approvals, industry structure and more.

Through these profiles It's easy to view statistics of the entire City or an individual suburb using topics such as ‘how many people live here?’, ‘who are we?’, ‘what do we do?’ and ‘how do we live?’ and these can be compared to State and National data. This information is free for everyone as a service from Council.


Looking for some quick statistics on our local communities?
 
The City of Belmont has compiled ‘Report Cards’ based on ABS Census 2011 data. 
 

Each of our suburbs is represented on its own report card, with statistical information on the front such as population and major age group and the relevant suburb’s information on the back. Links through to other sites are also available, should you wish for more information.

A City of Belmont Overview card offers a snapshot of the services and facilities provided by various Council departments including Parks and Environment, Planning, Marketing (Events), Community  Development, Community Lifestyle and Learning and Technical Services and Health.