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Presents information on the physical and monetary supply and use of water in the Australian economy in 2013-14, compiled in accordance with the System of Environmental-Economic Accounts.
Summary Water Account, Australia presents information on the physical and monetary supply and use of water...
Summary: Provides estimates of changes in residential property prices in each of the eight capital cities of Australia and related statistics.The information is presented in the form of price indexes for established houses and attached dwellings as well as an aggregated residential property price...
One in five Australian households use solar energy, two in three have a smart phone, and three in four have air conditioning, according to this release.
Presents data on the use of solar energy and other energy sources used in Australian...
The Residential Property Price Index for the weighted average of the eight capital cities increased 10.1 per cent in the past year, according to this release.
Provides estimates of changes in residential property prices in each of the eight capital cities...
Presents the ABS' first experimental land account to demonstrate a method for reporting change in land use, rateable value and land cover.
This publication provides a broad picture of the interactions of the environment with the economy and society of Australia.
The Australian Environmental–Economic Accounts represents the culmination of efforts by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) to develop, implement and regularly produce...
This release contains time series data for secured and unsecured housing finance commitments for owner occupation, commitments for construction or purchase of dwellings for rent or resale, and loan outstandings to individuals/households for housing.
In 2012–13, over three quarters of Australia's 15.4 million internet users made a purchase or order over the internet, according to this publication on household and personal internet use in Australia.
This release shows that the number of dwellings approved in Australia rose 1.5 per cent in December 2013, in trend terms, and has risen for 24 months.
This publication contains projections of Australia's population by age and sex for the period 30 June 2013 to 2101, and projections of the states, territories and capital cities/balances of state for the period 30 June 2013 to 2061. Figures for 30 June 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population.