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Australian Capital Territory

  • ABS: ACT statistics External link - The Australian Bureau of Statistics provides statistical publications that deal specifically with the ACT and surrounding regions.
  • Social Atlas: Canberra External link - Covering the Canberra and Queanbeyan areas, the Social Atlas provides statistical information on population, cultural diversity, education, labour force, income, family and households, dwellings.

New South Wales

  • ABS: NSW statistics External link - The Australian Bureau of Statistics provides statistical publications specifically dealing with NSW.
  • Market research External link – Small Business NSW provides information on developing effective market research strategies.
  • Social Atlas: Sydney External link - Covering the Sydney, Wollongong, Newcastle and Central Coast areas, the Social Atlas provides statistical information on population, cultural diversity, education, labour force, income, family and households, dwellings.

Northern Territory

  • ABS: NT statistics External link - The Australian Bureau of Statistics provides statistical publications that deal specifically with the Northern Territory.
  • Social Atlas: Darwin & Palmerston External link - Covering the Darwin, Palmerston, Alice Springs and Litchfield Shire areas, the Social Atlas provides statistical information on population, cultural diversity, education, labour force, income, family and households, dwellings.

Queensland

  • ABS: QLD statistics External link - The Australian Bureau of Statistics provides statistical data and services specifically for Queensland.
  • Researching customers External link - Information from Business Queensland about accessing and using consumer information.
  • Queensland Government Statistician's Office (QGSO) External link - QGSO is the Queensland Government's statistical and economic agency. It provides a wide range of demographic, economic and social data relating to Queensland.
  • Social Atlas: Brisbane External link - Covering the Brisbane, Gold Coast and the Sunshine Coast areas, the Social Atlas provides statistical information on population, cultural diversity, education, labour force, income, family and households, dwellings.

South Australia

  • ABS: SA statistics External link - The Australian Bureau of Statistics provides information on statistical publications and reports available for purchase or to download from the site.
  • Social Atlas: Adelaide External link - Covering the Adelaide, Mount Gambier and Whyalla areas, the Social Atlas provides statistical information on population, cultural diversity, education, labour force, income, family and households, dwellings.

Tasmania

  • ABS: Tasmania statistics External link - The Australian Bureau of Statistics provides essential links to Tasmanian data.
  • Researching your market (PDF, 1.28MB) External link - Department of Economic Development, Tourism and the Arts business guide about market research.
  • Tasmania’s export statistics External link - Information on the export of goods from Tasmania using foreign merchandise trade statistics.
  • Social Atlas: Hobart External link - Covering the Hobart, Launceston and Burnie-Devonport areas, the Social Atlas provides statistical information on population, cultural diversity, education, labour force, income, family and households, dwellings.

Victoria

  • ABS: Victoria statistics External link - the Australian Bureau of Statistics provides a large amount of data and information on Victoria.
  • Statistics - Business in Victoria External link - statistics and demographic profiles to assist businesses in understanding their markets.
  • Market Research External link - Business Victoria provides information on how to conduct research and why it's important.
  • Social Atlas: Melbourne External link - Covering the Melbourne and Geelong areas, the Social Atlas provides statistical information on population, cultural diversity, education, labour force, income, family and households, dwellings.

Western Australia

  • ABS: WA statistics External link - the ABS Western Australia Office publishes a range of statistical information - this website provides details of the publications and instructions on how to purchase them.
  • Market research External link - small business brief published by Small Business Development Corporation.
  • Small business statistics External link - provided by the Small Business Development Corporation of WA, this is a useful resource with business-related statistics focused on small business.
  • Social Atlas: Perth External link - Covering the Perth, Bunbury and Kalgoorlie areas, the Social Atlas provides statistical information on population, cultural diversity, education, labour force, income, family and households, dwellings.