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XPP?9U_ ]4@L? @ /K` <Refers to series collected at quarterly and lesser frequencies only. Indicates which month in the collection period the data refers to.<ren BJ? XPP?y UK]4@J? P@ z|6IS <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<dswer BC XPP?yUK]4@C @ >HC; <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<dswer BlC XPP?yUK]4@lC @ Rd+YG )~S0 <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<d rom B&C XPP?y UK]4@&C (@ ^sbATu_ <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri B3C XPP?yUK]4@3C @ [rDo0 <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri BAC XPP?yUK]4 @AC @ VjDcҧl <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri % BLOC XPP?yUK]4%@LOC TD jʧQJi8 <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<topre * B$YC XPP?yUK]4*@$YC D `bhI3> <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<d rom / B4gC XPP?yUK]4/@4gC D 6t?4CCeSi <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri 4 BtC XPP?yUK]44@tC -D eL <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri 9 ByC XPP?yUK]49@yC =D M)Mmfڦ <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri > BܓC XPP?yUK]4>@ܓC DKD 7 GK2x;D <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri C BpC XPP?yUK]4C@pC [D N*b' <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri H BC XPP?yUK]4H@C tdD I1=uA*@& <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<isdat M BC XPP?yUK ]4M@C mD YlGO\nl)M <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri R BC XPP?yUK!]4R@C d}D /"I R" <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri W BC XPP?yUK"]4W@C DD 'L,O,\ <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri \ BC XPP?yUK#]4\@C ~® <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri BYE XPP?y#UK+]4@YE DaF ߛBlH/iڈ <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri B K tc <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri BE XPP?y,UK4]4@E |F nFFLA) <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri BG XPP?y-UK5]4@G F yS3I\Df5W <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<dswer BlG XPP?y.UK6]4@lG $F @!;ٖOLtdyO <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<d rom B@%G XPP?y/UK7]4@@%G F !=UD붪f <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri Bd-G XPP?y0UK8]4@d-G dF 1/9$JEÃDC <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.< B(DG XPP?y1UK9]4@(DG F 'G:⎰ <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri BPG XPP?y2UK:]4@PG |F S䊫BRFp% <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<d rom B]G XPP?y3UK;]4@]G sF _ƭBA^t+O <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<dswe BkG XPP?y4UK<]4@kG IF ,F2OI_s <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<dswer B)G XPP?y5UK=]4@)G SF IE9zFK[ - <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<(@ BdG XPP?y6UK>]4@dG <[F QFi|z <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri B$G XPP?y7UK?]4@$G F 1 M@ <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri BG XPP?y8UK@]4@G F N >H5cDO/EJ <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<d rom BG XPP?y9UKA]4@G F ?hBGnz;^ <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<dswer BDyG XPP?y:UKB]4@DyG ԏF ;߆JMb: <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<(@ BG XPP?y;UKC]4@G F <_ϐCO,"} <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri BG XPP?y<UKD]4@G $#F OQ)iNlkbŚ <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri BG XPP?y=UKE]4@G *F \MgFr5 <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri B`G XPP?y>UKF]4@`G F {DCJu <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<d rom BG XPP?y?UKG]4@G /F \ϋN0 <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<hebas BH XPP?y@UKH]4@H l7F Ի5Cx"ڕ <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<dswer BlH XPP?yAUKI]4@lH F 0{/nE{Ѫ <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<d rom< B,%H XPP?yBUKJ]4@,%H I ohmL9)8< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< $ B)H XPP?yCUKK]4$@)H I Z˜GMJ< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< ) B4IH XPP?yDUKL]4)@4IH RI }Dd< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< . BVH XPP?yEUKM]4.@VH $wI H@O̸Ϸ{< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< 3 BdH XPP?yFUKN]43@dH I [}cB)HӥՖ~f< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< 8 BtrH XPP?yGUKO]48@trH TI (_9He=< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< = B4H XPP?yHUKP]4=@4H I rjpF9< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< B BDH XPP?yIUKQ]4B@DH 4I ςg[Izp< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<dswer< G B H XPP?yJUKR]4G@ H dI aJ!K< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< L BH XPP?yKUKS]4L@H I :[̖B{< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< Q BtH XPP?yLUKT]4Q@tH tI %r2BL3bMDBh< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< V BH XPP?yMUKU]4V@H I Ia$UuIrJ< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< [ BpH XPP?yNUKV]4[@pH fI O̹}"BJ5#< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<ast, < ` BLH XPP?yOUKW]4`@LH dsI رK+a< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< e BH XPP?yPUKX]4e@H \\I N =IWmwF< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< j BH XPP?yQUKY]4j@H =I c@:O3ى< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<hepop< o BJ XPP?yRUKZ]4o@J EI SQ`rMhkwAV< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<dswer< t BJ XPP?ySUK[]4t@J LI ܾ]P@ChbZ< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<t f p< y B)J XPP?yTUK\]4y@)J $I n&p@tOW< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<d rom< ~ BT7J XPP?yUUK]]4~@T7J L,I ʻX)3N*I8 < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< BEJ XPP?yVUK^]4@EJ 3I VnY9Ch.< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< BIJ XPP?yWUK_]4@IJ GI X)[ Cxw}8p< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< BPJ XPP?yXUK`]4@PJ 4qI _>JJPM< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<< BsJ XPP?yYUKa]4@sJ tI ̓ϊFC>< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< BlxJ XPP?yZUKb]4@lxJ I 쪕A Gr.{7< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< BJ XPP?y[UKc]4@J I 2eL~He< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< BJ XPP?y\UKd]4@J I 1 ϑKt[< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< BcJ XPP?y]UKe]4@cJ I f!2bGCH;O< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<< BJ XPP?y^UKf]4@J I SUDJ[Ղ< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< BJ XPP?y_UKg]4@J I $/LO)Fuo z A< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< BJ XPP?y`UKh]4@J I ϔ`U}K9?< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< BJ XPP?yaUKi]4@J DI Cx.@D< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< BK XPP?ybUKj]4@K PI j}L!/o< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. 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All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<d rom< B,%K XPP?ydUKl]4@,%K dI }kEO[y< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. 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All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< BDK XPP?yfUKn]4@DK I &ӯD 1(< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. 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All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< BeK XPP?yhUKp]4@eK I h2S]5@K&r/b< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. 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All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< BK XPP?yjUKr]4@K \I EunIpqg< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< B(K XPP?ykUKs]4@(K 0L PzMs`wP< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< BHK XPP?ylUKt]4@HK L +PqfH{TJg< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< BPK XPP?ymUKu]4@PK f(< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< - BHM XPP?yxUK]4-@HM dL aEA) ƭ< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< 2 BYM XPP?yyUK]42@YM L +#YB%I"%K8< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< 7 B$tM XPP?yzUK]47@$tM L %lu1A}a< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< < B@M XPP?y{UK]4<@@M tL 9iCd]W< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<d rom< A BM XPP?y|UK]4A@M L 2}ҼFmÞYi< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. 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All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<d rom< K BM XPP?y~UK]4K@M |kL "\/.M4< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. 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All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< U BxM XPP?yUK]4U@xM LwL T6p4I UU:< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< Z BL}M XPP?yUK]4Z@L}M dL FG!T~< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<||< _ BM XPP?yUK]4_@M zL '0wHwa37< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. 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All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<(@ < i B@M XPP?yUK]4i@@M `L S^rFXF;g< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. 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All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< s BXN XPP?yUK]4s@XN HL "Ԕ*ER?H< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< x B4&N XPP?yUK]4x@4&N 41L

F3A< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< BN XPP?yUK]4@N < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< B)R XPP?yUK]4@)R 8O .C(D?< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< BRR XPP?yUK]4@RR 0S KЦqK< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< B0SR XPP?yUK]4@0SR S q"#L؛"$< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<foeca< B|`R XPP?yUK]4@|`R MԤf&v<< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<d rom< B4T XPP?yUK]4@4T dS ٽpoOFKR0< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< BBT XPP?yUK]4@BT zS :=pKRc~< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< B4CT XPP?yUK]4@4CT SS 2~!CEkk< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<`0< BPT XPP?yUK]4@PT `S M&"%A n!ay< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< BPT XPP?yUK]4@PT S ;B֑< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< BllT XPP?yUK]4@llT TS -.IB!82f< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<t f p< BHxT XPP?yUK]4@HxT ?S ,xO!B'j< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<d rom< BT XPP?yUK]4@T FS 2@4VLa6< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< BȓT XPP?yUK]4@ȓT DNS =C.ԁNj< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< B@^T XPP?yUK]4@@^T 41S *4nCJDufA;< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< B\T XPP?yUK]4@\T oS g'Iy/F< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< BT XPP?yUK]4@T lS t̂Kw"v< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< BLT XPP?yUK]4 @LT S 쾋[Lc9u< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< BT XPP?yUK]4@T L(S æmfC+< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< B<U XPP?yUK]4@<U hS >< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<(@ < + B "U XPP?yUK]4+@ "U `V Cӈ6(I4 i< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<< 0 BU XPP?yUK]40@U 9V ɆNw`< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< 5 BhUU XPP?yUK]45@hUU LV F(/< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< : BYU XPP?yUK]4:@YU |[V 2'Hy&'< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< ? BPtU XPP?yUK]4?@PtU V uKnCcw}< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< D BxU XPP?yUK]4D@xU 4V &e;C<< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< I B,DU XPP?yUK]4I@,DU V @}$GI+ Z XPP?yUK]49@>Z Y 7~ B\HZ XPP?yUK]4>@\HZ `Y ]GdcxHs< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<d rom< C BPZ XPP?yUK]4C@PZ Y RŖFqHv*U3< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< H B'Z XPP?yUK]4H@'Z bY PNI(P< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.< i ce< M BtZ XPP?yUK ]4M@tZ $jY _< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<d rom< Bx][ XPP?y'UK/]4@x][ 'Y Y\:PdL7G<2+< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<dswer< BTi[ XPP?y(UK0]4@Ti[ Y z@8< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<d rom< Bw[ XPP?y)UK1]4@w[ (Y ϕkI%3< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< B:[ XPP?y*UK2]4@:[ Y so m"E; < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< BH[ XPP?y+UK3]4@H[ \KY H!U_DN{JU< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< B[ XPP?y,UK4]4@[ Y Bmw&Nz5V< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< B[ XPP?y-UK5]4@[ `\ e6D!Ĕ|< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< B[ XPP?y.UK6]4@[ 9\ }5?K`< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< B([ XPP?y/UK7]4@([ L\ khDD=< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< B[ XPP?y0UK8]4@[ |[\ Um!̺APmS'T< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< B8[ XPP?y1UK9]4@8[ \ kx7aCwtf< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< B[ XPP?y2UK:]4@[ 4\ uM+;>Mn\NH< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< B|[ XPP?y3UK;]4@|[ \ J\߬THOT;< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<d rom< Bp#] XPP?y4UK<]4@p#] \ EP"Ip\V< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< B(] XPP?y5UK=]4@(] $\ u]/@n:dzo< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< B5] XPP?y6UK>]4@5] \ S7SfMh)< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< BC] XPP?y7UK?]4@C] \ L4LD*Dse]< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< BDQ] XPP?y8UK@]4@DQ] \ ^ @^H< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. 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Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<ent~~ < XPP?/Z]4 @l "o%cI; + <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. 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See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p~~ <ײ XPP?0Z]4@ײm NLA_MF%* <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p~~ <8 XPP?1Z]4@8d qsXE7ȸ <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<~~ < XPP?2Z]4@( ;fIb2Q <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<ent~~ < , XPP?3Z]4@ , g|XEHtK= <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<~~ <, XPP?4Z]4@, CZJbNؗWe <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<~~ <8, XPP?5Z]4@8, =ME3 <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p~~ <2, XPP?6Z]4@2, , e\pEOt <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<~~ <h>, XPP?7Z]4@h>, @rpL <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<hnt~~ <, XPP?8Z]4@, 0M=7Mh3 <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p~~ <@H, XPP?9Z]4@@H, H &o'n@1 <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p~~ <b, XPP?:Z]4@b, jW O@r <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<~~ <pn, XPP?;Z]4@pn, 60W6Gb -I <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<`nt~~ <J, XPP?<Z]4@J, euMI3} <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p~~ <Hx, XPP?=Z]4@Hx, h s8cEa]`v <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p~~ <, XPP?>Z]4@, L oռG[:Zp <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<~~ <x, XPP??Z]4@x, n nX\A~h <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<Xnt~~ <z, XPP?@Z]4@z, ` w;4xG"[ <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p~~ <P, XPP? AZ]4@P, 7 pِAmc <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p~~ <, XPP?!BZ]4 @, . 9Ws@R&8 <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<~~ ! <, XPP?"CZ]4!@, q _ͷ@Z)4 <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<Pnt~~ " <, XPP?#DZ]4"@, 8 cM#DS <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p~~ # <X, XPP?$EZ]4#@X, @aC<"jJ <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p~~ $ <, XPP?%FZ]4$@, \D ,FB]Z <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<~~ % <, XPP?&GZ]4%@, 佰 M$f=Jk <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<Dnt~~ & < - XPP?'HZ]4&@ - I uiXD - XPP?+LZ]4*@h>- . y6"@_ <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<ent~~ + <- XPP?,MZ]4+@- d. =KNBϙz_t <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p~~ , <@H- XPP?-NZ]4,@@H- . 2eJ7=i <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p~~ - <b- XPP?.OZ]4-@b- $. ,8i8H;S?`z] <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<~~ . <pn- XPP?/PZ]4.@pn- . Hl,cBJ <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<ent~~ / <J- XPP?0QZ]4/@J- L. 9rɶǡD=W <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p~~ 0 <Hx- XPP?1RZ]40@Hx- . ViJ&N͖ <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p~~ 1 <- XPP?2SZ]41@- . oA-JN. <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<~~ 2 <x- XPP?3TZ]42@x- l. u%qOn <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<ent~~ 3 <z- XPP?4UZ]43@z- `. N&Lr] yY <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p~~ 4 <P- XPP?5VZ]44@P- . x|ƹvJjGG <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p~~ 5 <- XPP?6WZ]45@- H'. "T AE8EP(> <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<~~ 6 <- XPP?7XZ]46@- '. v+TQG'ʃt? <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<ent~~ 7 <- XPP?8YZ]47@- (. O̯L` <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p~~ 8 <X- XPP?9ZZ]48@X- h(. s=F|M+& <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p~~ 9 <- XPP?:[Z]49@- 5. ۾KΝf* <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<~~ : <- XPP?;\Z]4:@- \6. ,-K9LR <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<ent~~ ; < / XPP?<]Z]4;@ / D>. ܋"C J <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<~~ < </ XPP?=^Z]4<@/ H. mRz CTI <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ = <8/ XPP?>_Z]4=@8/ hH. a2%ήGc4 < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ > <2/ XPP??`Z]4>@2/ PN. UCMZmFM < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ ? <h>/ XPP?@aZ]4?@h>/ N. |ЌO6 < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<hnt<~~ @ </ XPP?AbZ]4@@/ O. ǼKxFykEcr" < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ A <@H/ XPP?BcZ]4A@@H/ p[. 6`oHF3O < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ B <b/ XPP?CdZ]4B@b/ [. ZB=DWAaNi < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ C <pn/ XPP?DeZ]4C@pn/ b. uu7K2vp < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<`nt<~~ D <J/ XPP?EfZ]4D@J/ xb. IB?( < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ E <Hx/ XPP?FgZ]4E@Hx/ `h. 6`rN^WhY < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ F </ XPP?GhZ]4F@/ h. |'YlE|. < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ G <x/ XPP?HiZ]4G@x/ n. Vp}Dd^t < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<Xnt<~~ H <z/ XPP?IjZ]4H@z/ o. 8zA'Ke* < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ I <P/ XPP?JkZ]4I@P/ ho. a2A٨ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ J </ XPP?KlZ]4J@/ {. }{og NC1̈X < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ K </ XPP?LmZ]4K@/ (|. NQETنj^ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<Pnt<~~ L </ XPP?MnZ]4L@/ p. śsO`vѼ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ M <X/ XPP?NoZ]4M@X/ Ђ. :9GPd < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ N </ XPP?OpZ]4N@/ . 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Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ O </ XPP?PqZ]4O@/ . 㓢VM` < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<Dnt<~~ P < 0 XPP?QrZ]4P@ 0 . $2|H!-:Ή < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. 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All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<hnt<~~ U <0 XPP?VwZ]4U@0 Ȣ. ʟ+HB~4` < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. 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All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ W <b0 XPP?XyZ]4W@b0 . lu !N < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. 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All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<`nt<~~ Y <J0 XPP?Z{Z]4Y@J0 X. ١mnB= < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. 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All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ [ <0 XPP?\}Z]4[@0 . Q,7He < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. 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All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<Xnt<~~ ] <z0 XPP?^Z]4]@z0 ؼ. /DvjE < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. 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All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ _ <0 XPP?`Z]4_@0 . 6wIk < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. 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All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<Pnt<~~ a <0 XPP?bZ]4a@0 . ѭd\٧Mi1% < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ b <X0 XPP?cZ]4b@X0 . 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Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ c <0 XPP?dZ]4c@0 . ˂(L흗N4 < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ d <0 XPP?eZ]4d@0 p. e+D &1 < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<Dnt<~~ e < 1 XPP?fZ]4e@ 1 . %! NϮeq < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ f <1 XPP?gZ]4f@1 0. ZD*K~tm[ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ g <81 XPP?hZ]4g@81 x. "\Q!F{Y 1 < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ h <21 XPP?iZ]4h@21 . \fnF翱|< < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ i <h>1 XPP?jZ]4i@h>1 . Y:qXF < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<hnt<~~ j <1 XPP?kZ]4j@1 8. H !K} < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ p <1 XPP?qZ]4p@1 2 gM]`@'a=d < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ q <x1 XPP?rZ]4q@x1 2 ]!NEO1n < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. 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All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ s <P1 XPP?tZ]4s@P1 2 9kfxHeb$Y < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ t <1 XPP?uZ]4t@1 $2 yu>NS5T < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ u <1 XPP?vZ]4u@1 2 .奛Lzd < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<ent<~~ v <1 XPP?wZ]4v@1 L2 =N@@Ө*E < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ w <X1 XPP?xZ]4w@X1 2 J. %@ô: < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ x <1 XPP?yZ]4x@1 2 d jʜBJs-T < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ y <1 XPP?zZ]4y@1 l2 ~)K5~\ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<ent<~~ z < 3 XPP?{Z]4z@ 3 2 VsϣG!JJ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ { <3 XPP?|Z]4{@3 H'2 /mGg?>Y < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ | <83 XPP?}Z]4|@83 '2 diEyizJ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ } <23 XPP?~Z]4}@23 -2 Bl?6QO}qa < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ ~ <h>3 XPP?Z]4~@h>3 -2 (}GkK\ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<hnt<~~ <3 XPP?Z]4@3 P.2 >=9(UMĀϞ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ <@H3 XPP?Z]4@@H3 :2 Y{@^ Dnx < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ <b3 XPP?Z]4@b3 ;2 x`GCTՠ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ <pn3 XPP?Z]4@pn3 XA2 MNOJ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<`nt<~~ <J3 XPP?Z]4@J3 A2 -`ENk* < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ <Hx3 XPP?Z]4@Hx3 G2 .IOM\ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ <3 XPP?Z]4@3 H2 "9E:r < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ <x3 XPP?Z]4@x3 M2 V!Iuҹ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<Xnt<~~ <z3 XPP?Z]4@z3 HN2 Tӯ!IpS < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ <P3 XPP?Z]4@P3 N2 l1C_; < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ <3 XPP?Z]4@3 [2 3ǒ=cG0yZŶ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ <3 XPP?Z]4@3 h[2 FpfN%a < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<Pnt<~~ <3 XPP?Z]4@3 a2 A 4 XPP?Z]4@h>4 {2 ;J{5 < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<hnt<~~ <4 XPP?Z]4@4 2 BGCJ* < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ <@H4 XPP?Z]4@@H4 h2 vvt`D)oӇ3= < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ <b4 XPP?Z]4@b4 P2 f9BFI < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ <pn4 XPP?Z]4@pn4 2 =U@" < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<`nt<~~ <J4 XPP?Z]4@J4 2 k5z@J{i$% < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ <Hx4 XPP?Z]4@Hx4 2 >WL8/ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ <4 XPP?Z]4@4 X2 ЙG@kYN < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ <x4 XPP?Z]4@x4 2 g4<)Nb2 < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<Xnt<~~ <z4 XPP?Z]4@z4 2 \QeDV=) < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ <P4 XPP?Z]4@P4 `2 p.;Foa < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ <4 XPP?Z]4@4 2 neA5e; < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ <4 XPP?Z]4@4 2 ѯI=MA1 < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<Pnt<~~ <4 XPP?Z]4@4 2 .M!EC4 H < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ <X4 XPP?Z]4@X4 2 lu6 sF3d < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ <4 XPP?Z]4@4 P2 9LUeE!^ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ <4 XPP?Z]4@4 2 nOZJf ] < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<Dnt<~~ < 5 XPP?Z]4@ 5 2 ) MBRn < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ <5 XPP?Z]4@5 p2 IwIl̙* < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ <85 XPP?Z]4@85 2 b{EHȰ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ <25 XPP?Z]4@25 2 P0#L#% < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ <h>5 XPP?Z]4@h>5 2 YŻѡA= < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<hnt<~~ <5 XPP?Z]4@5 `2 dBjC N1& ר < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ <@H5 XPP?Z]4@@H5 H2 PBJF=e_ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ <b5 XPP?Z]4@b5 2 E$[Mς&H < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ <pn5 XPP?Z]4@pn5 2 qC6W; < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<`nt<~~ <J5 XPP?Z]4@J5 h2 =rIaO_X < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ <Hx5 XPP?Z]4@Hx5 2 1xC $# < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ <5 XPP?Z]4@5 2 $>2nH)3d8e < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ <x5 XPP?Z]4@x5 p2 иYJ3nh8 < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<Xnt<~~ <z5 XPP?Z]4@z5 X2 THIEJO= < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ <P5 XPP?Z]4@P5 2 V@EzЯ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ <5 XPP?Z]4@5 2 z[YL 7 XPP?Z]4@h>7 \6 +II" < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<hnt<~~ <7 XPP?Z]4@7 (6 ERKg < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ <@H7 XPP?Z]4@@H7 |(6 3v0(Gk < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ <b7 XPP?Z]4@b7 d.6 `LzAc~8骅 < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ <x7 XPP?Z]4@x7 ,B6 a1H|$N` < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<Xnt<~~ <z7 XPP?Z]4@z7 B6 U2Nھ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ <P7 XPP?Z]4@P7 tH6 tv6נLC8C < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ <7 XPP?Z]4@7 H6 &N1OE%xk < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. 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All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<Pnt<~~ <7 XPP?Z]4@7 O6 sppKDP~9 < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. 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All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ <7 XPP?Z]4@7 [6 $MԀHKEf; < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ <7 XPP?Z