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While the ABS releases national and state demographic data each quarter, population updates for smaller areas are only published once a year. They are extremely valuable for understanding population trends, and consequently housing demand, across the smaller regions.

As at June 2015, it was estimated that the national population was 23,777,777 persons with 15,869,075 persons (66.7%) living within a capital city. Sydney (4,920,970) was estimated to be Australia’s most populous capital city followed by: Melbourne (4,529,496), Brisbane (2,308,720), Perth (2,039,193), Adelaide (1,316,779), Canberra (390,706), Hobart (220,953), Darwin (142,258). Based on the data, 20.7% of Australian residents live in Sydney with a further 19.0% residing…



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