Data, Reports and Publications
The purpose of this section is to provide community, service providers and government with access to the latest data relevant to Launceston's Northern Suburbs. Below you will find links to available data sources.
Community Profiles - provided by .id
These links will provide you with suburb-based community profiles. Results include population, age structure, ethnicity, ancestry, religion, income, qualifications, occupations, employment, unemployment, disability, disadvantage, volunteering, childcare, family structure, household structure, housing tenure, mortgage and rental payments, and the size and type of the dwellings people live in.
Community Atlas - provided by .id
The link below will provide you with access to Census data as a series of maps that show how particular population groups (elderly, youth, disadvantaged, students, public transport users etc.) are distributed across the selected area.
Economic Profiles - provided by .id
The link below will provide you with access to economic data from multiple sources that has been designed to tell the story of a local economy and how it is changing. This information is intended to be used by council staff, local businesses, investors, community groups, students and the general public.
The data comes from official sources, and includes Gross Regional Product, local jobs, local businesses, employment, unemployment, population, building approvals, industry structure, journey to work and much more.
Additional data, reports and publications
There are many other sources of data available, although it is not always available at a level that allows specific insights into Launceston's Northern Suburbs. There are also numerous reports and publications that are relevant to both Launceston's Northern Suburbs and Tasmania. The list below provides a starting point for accessing additional data, reports and publications. If you have any further questions, you can contact one of the organisations listed below or you can contact the team at City of Launceston.
General information about Launceston's Northern Suburbs
For general information about Launceston's Northern Suburbs, you can contact the local Neighbourhood Houses directly.
You may also find relevant information in publications available from various agencies, organisations and/or peak bodies. These can be accessed from the links below.
UTAS may have completed other relevant studies that are not accessible via the pages listed above. If you are interested in a specific topic, and you believe that UTAS may have relevant information, you can find contact information online here.
Health and Wellbeing
There are a range of agencies and organisations who have access to different data sets that relate to health and wellbeing in Launceston's Northern Suburbs. To find out what is available, you can visit the webpages below.
Transport, infrastructure and public spaces
The starting point to find out information about current and future transport services, infrastructure and public spaces in Launceston is to visit webpages for the local and state governments. Here, you will be able to view recent publications, news stories and any strategic visions or plans.
There are a range of agencies and organisations who have access to different data sets that relate to housing in Launceston's Northern Suburbs. To find out what is available, you can visit the webpages below.
There are a range of agencies and organisations who have access to different data sets that relate to economics in Launceston's Northern Suburbs, as well as the broader Launceston, and Tasmanian context. To find out what is available, you can visit the webpages below.