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Welcome to Casey Demographics. From this page you can access information about the people who live and work in the City of Casey.
ABS Census 2011
The Australian Census of Population and Housing was conducted on 9 August 2011. Information from the Census is being released in 2012 and 2013. The release of Census information will be staged over three main releases.
- First data release (21 June 2012) – now available through the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) and Casey Community Profile
Core demographic data items about population and housing such as Community Profiles
- Second data release (30 October 2012)
More detailed demographic data items about population and housing such as Expanded Community Profiles
- Third data release (commencing 28 March 2013)
Highly specialised products such as Socio Economic Index for Areas (SEIFA) and Census Sample Files
Casey’s vital statistics. Includes information about population, our environment and business
An interactive website displaying the latest (2011) Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) census data. Includes age, ethnicity, education, income, labour force, and more. Consists of maps, graphs, and tables.
More about Casey
A visual representation in map form of information from the Community Profile. Shows where particular characteristics are represented within the community.
Casey Population and Housing Forecasts - released May 2010
Our new forecasts were released on Friday 14 May 2010. The forecasts show future population, housing, and age groups.
A series of maps showing key census data for Casey and Metropolitan Melbourne
The Department of Planning and Community Development (DPCD) produce various demographic and statistical resources, including "Victoria in Future", "Suburbs in Time" and more
Victorian Local Government Association Data warehouse
Contains various statistics relevant to local governments in Victoria
An excellent resource of social statistics and indicators, including social support, crime, perceptions of safety, and many more
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. The latest Census was in August 2006.