Frankston City Census 2011
Frankston Community Profile
Community profiles of the municipality and suburbs are available. These profiles outline the age, ethnicity, education, income, labour force as well as many other characteristics of the Frankston community from the 2011 Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) census.
Frankston City Population Forecasts
The Frankston City population and household forecasts assess the drivers of population change and project how the population, age structure and household types will change each year between 2011 and 2036.
External links about Frankston City
Visit Department of Transport, Planning and Local Infrastructure for various demographic and statistical resources, including "Victoria in Future", "Suburbs in Time" and more.
ABS Data for Frankston City
Visit the ABS Censes website for some quick stats about Frankston City. The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) website, including the most detailed and authoritative source of community statistics available
Most of the information on this page is based on the Australian Bureau of Statistics' (ABS) Census of Population and Housing. The Census is conducted throughout Australia every five years and provides a 'snap-shot in time' of the nation, right down to local neighbourhoods.
Profiles of Victorian Communities
The Profiles of Victorian Communities website provides a useful set of comparative statistics for every Victorian local government authority across a range of subject areas
The Community Indicators Victoria website is an excellent resource of social statistics and indicators, including social support, crime, perceptions of safety.
ABS Census 2011 - Further Information
The Australian Census of Population and Housing was conducted on 9 August 2011.
Highly specialised products such as Socio Economic Index for Areas (SEIFA) and Census Sample Files are available from the Australian Census 2011 along with a vast range of demographic profiling and forecasting information.
Frankston City Council
30 Davey Street
P. 1300 322 322
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