Frankston City Community Profile 2016

Frankston City Community Profile provides demographic information for the City and its suburbs based on results from the 2016, 2011, 2006, 2001, 1996 and 1991 Censuses of Population and Housing.

Other results include ancestry, religion, income, qualifications, occupations, disadvantage, volunteering, childcare, family structure, housing tenure, mortgage and rental payments, and the size and type of the dwellings people live in.

This page will be updated with 2021 Census demographic information in late 2022.

Frankston City Population Forecasts

Frankston City population and household forecasts assesses what is driving population change in the area and forecasts how the age structure and household types will change as result. The forecasts are updated on a rolling cycle to take into account changes in the real world.  The forecasts were last updated in September 2016. Forecasts are available for the Frankston City and small areas for each year from 2011 to 2036.

Frankston City Social Atlas

Frankston City Social Atlas presents Census data in a series of thematic maps that show how particular population groups are distributed across the Frankston City.

The thematic maps are created using data from the 2016 and 2011 Censuses of Population and Housing. Results for the Frankston City include population density, age structure, ethnicity, ancestry, religion, income, qualifications, occupations, employment, unemployment, disability, disadvantage, volunteering, childcare, family structure, household structure, housing tenure, mortgage and rental payments, housing stress, and the size and type of the dwellings people live in.

ABS Data for Frankston City

Visit the ABS Census 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.

Statistical Data for Victorian Communities

This resource is a collaborative project between Greater Dandenong City Council and the  Victorian Local Governance Association (VLGA).


This resource provides local governments and community members with a range of social statistics to support research, policy development and advocacy.  The Social information about Victorian communities pages provide detailed and current data on social, economic and health conditions, for all Victorian localities.