Spectrum Analysis Newsletter

20 July 2022

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Spectrum Analysis Australia Newsletter


In this edition:
1. 2021 Census Data Release – How is your area growing?
2. Fitness + Wellness Show 2022
3. Location and population insights are crucial
4. Is collaboration the next QSR disruptor?
5. Welcome to Joe Price and Zhaoli Xiong

1. 2021 Census Data Release – How is your area growing? 
The first tranche of the 2021 Census data was released by the ABS on 28 June 2022. It includes data about most of the topics covered by the Census (e.g., age, income, marital status, religious affiliation, and country of birth) and we are entering the Census data into our internal systems.

We have identified the top 10 suburbs which have seen the most population growth in the five major capital cities. For this exercise only the suburbs which had a population of greater than 500 people in 2016 were shortlisted.

The following suburbs bagged the top two spots in each city:

Greater Capital City AreaSuburbPostcodeStatePopulation Census 2016Population Census 2021% Increase
Greater SydneyMarsden Park2765NSW1,00816,0701494%
Greater SydneyBox Hill2765NSW5968,6021343%
Greater MelbourneMickleham3064VIC1,87517,736846%
Greater MelbourneRockbank3335VIC1,51113,851817%
Greater BrisbaneSpring Mountain4124QLD1,1995,981399%
Greater BrisbaneNewstead4006QLD1,4306,671367%
Greater AdelaideAngle Vale5117SA2,9614,09238%
Greater AdelaideMunno Para West5115SA5,4767,55338%
Greater PerthBanjup6164WA2,1435,670165%
Greater PerthPiara Waters6112WA9,11215,05065%

If you are curious to see how the population in your suburb or postcode has changed in terms of population between 2016 and 2021, please log into https://mangomap.com/spectrum/maps/130696/spectrum-census-2021-information and navigate to your suburb or postcode.

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The second release of the 2021 Census is expected in October 2022. That release will cover information about topics including employment and some location-based variables.

The third release is expected in early to mid-2023 and will cover information about derived variables such as the Socio-Economic Indexes For Areas (SEIFA).

2. Fitness + Wellness Show 2022
It’s a wrap from the Spectrum Analysis team, thanks to our existing customers who dropped past our stand and to all of the new connections we made! We are working through all of our enquires to assist you with your business needs or you can contact us directly via the details below. Take a virtual visit at https://spectrumanalysis.com.au/blog/fitness-and-wellness-show-sydney

Fitness and Wellness Show Sydney ICC with Anubhav Tewari

3. Location and population insights are crucial
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4. Is collaboration the next QSR disruptor?
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5. Welcome to Joe Price and Zhaoli Xiong
We are very pleased to welcome Joe Price and Zhaoli Xiong to the team as GIS Analysts. Read more at

Kind regards,

Peter Buckingham Spectrum Analysis Australia
Peter Buckingham from Spectrum Analysis Australia
+61 411 604 921 peterb@spectrumanalysis.com.au

Dorianne Lyons Spectrum Analysis Australia
Dorianne Lyons from Spectrum Analysis Australia
+61 409 178 315 doriannel@spectrumanalysis.com.au

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