When was the last census in South Australia?
31 December, 2016
The Census was used to update South Australia’s estimated resident population, which at 31 December, 2016 had grown to 1,716,966 million people. The 2016 Census counted 1,676,653 usual residents of the Festival State on Census night, an increase of 80,081 people (or 5 per cent) since 2011.
When was Australia’s last census?
9 August 2016
The Australian Bureau of Statistics Act 1975 and Census and Statistics Act 1905 authorise the ABS to collect, store, and share anonymised data. The most recent census was held on 9 August 2016, with the data released on 2 July 2017.
What is the population of Adelaide in 2020?
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When did census start in South Australia?
The census taken in January 1841 was the earliest information collated about the number of residents in South Australia.
Who established Adelaide?
The city was founded on the last day of 1836, when the surveyor-general of the incipient colony, William Light, fixed its location about 12 kilometres inland on the eastern shore of Gulf St Vincent.
How many Chinese are in Adelaide?
At the 2016 census, 509,555 people declared that they were born in Mainland China, 86,886 declared that they were born in Hong Kong, while 46,882 declared that they were born in Taiwan….Demographics.
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What kind of people live in Adelaide?
People — demographics & education In the 2016 Census, there were 15,115 people in Adelaide (State Suburbs). Of these 52.4% were male and 47.6% were female. Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people made up 1.4% of the population. The median age of people in Adelaide (State Suburbs) was 29 years.