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Indicates which month in the collection period the data refers to.< tr By XPP?y UK]4@yDo iYO#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.<, eri Bxy XPP?yUK]4@xyl i&XD!"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.<topre BPy XPP?yUK]4@Pyl @kDu <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 By XPP?y UK]4@yl OЩi. <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?yUK]4@{Xl Nulz@tk8t <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 Bl{ XPP?yUK]4 @l{l lwM\$Q <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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,%{ XPP?yUK]4%@,%{l {h 2I_VZ{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 * B){ XPP?yUK]4*@){0l nO@Պ*q <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 / BLE{ XPP?yUK]4/@LE{~l *p5Oye\ <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 BI{ XPP?yUK]44@I{4l t_T=Oo <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 B4d{ XPP?yUK]49@4d{Tl 9VHx@}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 > Bh{ XPP?yUK]4>@h{Ul OIF9 <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 By{ XPP?yUK]4C@y{sl ?[EEC <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 BD{ XPP?yUK]4H@D{l etՓGe= <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 M B{ XPP?yUK ]4M@{@l G݄EOS 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.<o R B{ XPP?yUK!]4R@{l [3BR^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.<d rom W B{ XPP?yUK"]4W@{l h^6H#6 <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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{ XPP?yUK#]4\@d{`| ]4@xd~ ֿfA <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 Bi~ XPP?y7UK?]4@i~ _M aGaI <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 B4z~ XPP?y8UK@]4@4z~ 5wH&On <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?y9UKA]4@~ j2pAeET <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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$J~ XPP?y:UKB]4@$J~ H55NI>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 BD~ XPP?y;UKC]4@D~p e M*Lox <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<UKD]4@~e EY <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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=UKE]4@,~r q*ԾI#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 BT~ XPP?y>UKF]4@T~ GLNJm2UE <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 B4~ XPP?y?UKG]4@4~( ,NC~ǱC=Ωt <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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@UKH]4@L R"7LFOZ㙒 <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 Bl XPP?yAUKI]4@lԁ mioL=SiƣM <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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,% XPP?yBUKJ]4@,%D: ;E<Bf< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?yCUKK]4$@)0 /RոeBz+< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< ) B4I XPP?yDUKL]4)@4Iܰ a6c6N Q< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< . BM XPP?yEUKM]4.@M o[=z 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.<mmyyy< 3 BtY XPP?yFUKN]43@tYD :I=Ր< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< o B XPP?yRUKZ]4o@0 3BTo8W< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< t B XPP?ySUK[]4t@ eh4qcuAۛ~< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< y B XPP?yTUK\]4y@ 0=/L4&'< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< BdT XPP?yjUKr]4@dT +o{@\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.<, eri< BX XPP?ykUKs]4@X> gm,H]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< B,% XPP?ylUKt]4@,%F [5صL[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 j XPP?ymUKu]4@ jH :Ye:@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.<, eri< B XPP?ynUKv]4@8 kՉP1G%` 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.<dswer< B) XPP?yoUKw]4@)Ȃ 5L[gu|#< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 XPP?ypUKx]4@th īgC8s]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< Bh XPP?yqUKy]4 @h" S6;Nŉ3V< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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( XPP?yrUKz]4@(* GjL$1>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.<< Bȃ XPP?ysUK{]4@ȃT. %PեGl{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.<d rom< BՃ XPP?ytUK|]4@Ճ0 X_SMs"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< BTڃ XPP?yuUK}]4@Tڃ bj)@Lxb< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?yvUK~]4#@0 $婗iLǲv/< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 XPP?ywUK]4(@ r-ZB/< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< - Bl XPP?yxUK]4-@lBYfIf< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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) XPP?yzUK]47@) 0,C+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< < BM XPP?y{UK]4<@Ma i0ԓbLS[?< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<< A B0P XPP?y|UK]4A@0P HūAOa<;}< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< F B] XPP?y}UK]4F@]L˅ s&H(fi< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 Bg XPP?y~UK]4K@gT @VbE}^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.<d rom< P Bu XPP?yUK]4P@u z 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.<, eri< U BD XPP?yUK]4U@D< NF\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< Z BDz XPP?yUK]4Z@Dzم 5 O&V_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< _ BH XPP?yUK]4_@Hʅ #A9d<< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 B XPP?yUK]4d@ ,W*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.<, eri< i B XPP?yUK]4i@l VPK\alG;< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<ai as< n Bl XPP?yUK]4n@lTx ތL 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< s B݄ XPP?yUK]4s@݄t0 NPKFO< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< x B XPP?yUK]4x@|s e F 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.<||< } B XPP?yUK]4}@Ē ltyJGm^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.<, eri< B XPP?yUK]4@ Hwqq@|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.<dswer< B" XPP?yUK]4@"T Ż!KGE.y)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.<d rom< B& XPP?yUK]4@&< xzD]< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?yUK]4@,+쁅 %?Hn< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< B7 XPP?yUK]4@7@ MdŃKYF]< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< BD XPP?yUK]4@DH Ǩ LwLleu< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?yUK]4@|$P ,ELg< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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\I XPP?yUK]4@\I\# a>3gR@VX?< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?yUK]4@* < pوJ*'< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.< ae p< B XPP?yUK]4@p &ͷDzf[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< BĎ XPP?yUK]4@Ď 7ÁGK%< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< BZ XPP?yUK]4@Z,& g"WAl_U 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. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< B XPP?yUK]4@, ˢ VI)< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< B_ XPP?yUK]4@_ s'ADzvl{< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 an< BÆ XPP?yUK]4@ÆDͅ 7+peOY_.}< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< BȆ XPP?yUK]4@Ȇh MA-ˊJW̊<< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?yUK]4@G !bPR ЙN&jD< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< Bن XPP?yUK]4@نL tPaZF ꄄI< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?yUK]4@$ 6kJO#:< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< Bl XPP?yUK]4@lළ `AWK"0< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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,% XPP?yUK]4@,%0 4_EψE|=< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?yUK]4@) # KF!ٳHe< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?yUK]4@\*B5< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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|? XPP?yUK]4,@|? 3j8NcUZ3< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< 1 B XPP?yUK]41@d 07pK4r< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< 6 B$ XPP?yUK]46@$Tl S5ЕzJܤ< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< ; B2 XPP?yUK]4;@2s W}AC%< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< @ B3 XPP?yUK]4@@3 d7rI38\< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< E Bt@ XPP?yUK]4E@t@ 7_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.<d rom< J B4N XPP?yUK]4J@4N EDA&NyQ< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 BP XPP?yUK]4O@Ptֈ ;SKLϑ9C< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< T B XPP?yUK]4T@ GgC͋S< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< Y Bp XPP?yUK]4Y@p t=cL?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< ^ Bhu XPP?yUK]4^@huV vI$[M{q.< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 B( XPP?yUK]4c@(,8 |G9< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 BY XPP?yUK]4h@Y<> *kEl՞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< m B^ XPP?yUK]4m@^E $E#dzh`< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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@clM /N+GSb< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<24pro< w Bȉ XPP?yUK]4w@ȉ41 hR'Ck#< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< | Bى XPP?yUK]4|@ىH }lnKZ@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.<, eri< B XPP?yUK]4@" CaA/ۈ< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?yUK]4@<* ~I-`P9< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?yUK]4@T. 8l(D=x#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.<dswer< B' XPP?yUK]4@'0 AL1 < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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, XPP?yUK]4@, /חKJaoע< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< Bd XPP?yUK]4@d0 UKhJ< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?yUK]4@H R~;WxLA$Hh< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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|V XPP?yUK]4@|V8*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< Bي XPP?yUK]4@يً %En-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< B XPP?yUK]4@ʋ tyCCx2[/< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?yUK]4@ .PBxl< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?yUK]4@i &EC9M#c8< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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' XPP?yUK]4@'dq 4}aN\ƥG< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< BL, XPP?yUK]4@L,V wH"L 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.<< B. XPP?yUK]4@.T 5@r*ڡ< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< XPP?yUK]4@<ً /'FBmTm< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< BH XPP?yUK]4@H w !ևAKa< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 XPP?yUK]4@ܱ '\awOJw< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< Bf XPP?yUK]4@fd 1tMNO;< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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@tb R'O̫< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 y XPP?yUK]4 @ yz rҾGGy✋< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?yUK]4@H 8MVDWԄ< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< BXV XPP?yUK]4@XVl> cF,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|E 8CO :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 XPP?yUK]4!@L J B&QZ`< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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\Ԍ XPP?yUK]4&@\ԌM L+=mCf6< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?yUK]4+@،4" XaD8aiE< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< 0 B XPP?yUK]40@D) &9 O|q< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 Bt XPP?yUK]45@tt @-؇Au=Rp< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< : B4& XPP?yUK]4:@4& w@"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.<, eri< ? B3 XPP?yUK]4?@3( #9opJആEp< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 B5 XPP?yUK]4D@5 !$EE{ן< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 Bd XPP?yUK]4I@d $HH'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< N BS XPP?yUK]4N@Sx %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< S BX XPP?yUK]4S@X\% db",KL(< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 B@f XPP?yUK]4X@@f, a| HNR < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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{E|#=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.<, eri< b BLB XPP?yUK]4b@LB, !,G~D1=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.<, eri< g Bx XPP?yUK]4g@xB ~c0UB"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.<, eri< l B줍 XPP?yUK]4l@줍0 ]éF9vmޘ< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 B XPP?yUK]4q@ 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< v BÍ XPP?yUK]4v@Í< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< BL XPP?yUK]4@LL Ab%+< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<< BLԏ XPP?yUK]4@Lԏ 8;FVMŌ^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.<, eri< B( XPP?yUK]4@(\ (_8NOh`< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 XPP?yUK ]4@썎 !fGM9s< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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\ XPP?yUK ]4@\V "\PMPGݜ< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?yUK]4@$ bk<'Lky< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?yUK]4@|l AypTD< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<n p< B0 XPP?yUK ]4@0: 1;MFGl)Lc< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?yUK]4@@> )8j8BX!2y-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.<< Bd XPP?yUK]4@dl> (/I.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< B$ XPP?yUK]4@$|E ?'sZpFJ< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 UK]4@gL 6+ #C4Ly>< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< BDu XPP?y UK]4@DuM % CY|,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.<, eri< B XPP?yUK]4@4" ÿuEN`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.<, eri< BI XPP?yUK]4@ID) 4sG2E`:'< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 UK]4@* ]I}L\9s< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?yUK]4@ >RP-@F#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.<, eri< BX XPP?yUK]4 @X |2f*RAaGk< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<puati< % B͐ XPP?yUK]4%@͐ c{0KJy < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< * BĐ XPP?yUK]4*@Đ+ _88G_xE< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?yUK]4/@$ ɁFi< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 B XPP?yUK]44@ u6hJNNLOb< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< 9 B@ XPP?yUK]49@@ 0KZ7F¡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.< Astr< > B XPP?yUK]4>@ rK{,A!vr< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 BP; XPP?yUK]4C@P;R S;Ai5M< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 B> XPP?yUK]4H@>$w _2fKOr.$< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.< Astr< M BI XPP?yUK ]4M@I ) Gɮ]pi< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 B@N XPP?yUK!]4R@@NT ݜqlkM6b:;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.<d rom< W BX XPP?yUK"]4W@XĒ fc/< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 Be XPP?y UK(]4u@e4 !zGƝj< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 B XPP?y!UK)]4z@ C3m9GƶTr< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< Bs XPP?y"UK*]4@s lI< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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#UK+]4@`ّw #4O"'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< B XPP?y$UK,]4@> bBB6/6$< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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%UK-]4@4F 7RE=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< B& XPP?y&UK.]4@&M {gPUK. q;< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< B4 XPP?y'UK/]4@4d& 0Nݚh&JJ}nO< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?y(UK0]4@t'- hNb@fx< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< B XPP?y)UK1]4@5 gt@LwU?< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<< Bd XPP?y*UK2]4@d\A -tjK4< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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+UK3]4@$ C~uON?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.<, eri< Bb XPP?y,UK4]4@b E4/@yFcRm< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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\p XPP?y-UK5]4@\p_ Qܟ~Fu#< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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@~ W<}=rF5< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<< BB XPP?y/UK7]4@Bā -AGxmE%< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< BlP XPP?y0UK8]4@lP\ f[I=ՐPw< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?y1UK9]4@T 9>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.<, eri< B襓 XPP?y2UK:]4@襓H J理OyP|< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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@ '3BErb< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis 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< B XPP?y5UK=]4@ ;|Fgڴ< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis 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< B XPP?y7UK?]4@DZ lI8]{.< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis 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.<eca~~ <pp XPP?%Z]4@pp2o ˸H,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.<n p~~ <n XPP?&Z]4@no {F q <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?'Z]4@no X+C^A6Q <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<eca~~ <n XPP?(Z]4@no %8pWM1I <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<~~ <p XPP?)Z]4@po lm?KAt]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. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<d o~~ <Wp XPP? *Z]4@Wp4o М[C1hF <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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~~ <rp XPP? +Z]4 @rph4o b.BK@ 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.<~~ <}p XPP?,Z]4 @}pUo [?UM;骸 <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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~~ <pZp XPP?-Z]4@pZp05o G-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~~ <ȇp XPP? .Z]4@ȇp/o rRTA_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.<f p~~ <p XPP?/Z]4 @pHlo H[ȏE'&@7۱ <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<~~ <p XPP?0Z]4@pUo 5YGbd3 <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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~~ <xp XPP?1Z]4@xpo ^7UI]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~~ <зp XPP?2Z]4@зpdo "W)MPH( <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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~~ <$p XPP?3Z]4@$p_o #cCK]- <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<~~ <p XPP?4Z]4@pvo 7H1!0/ <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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~~ <p XPP?5Z]4@pTXo N7G0F <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?6Z]4@p4Bo dgJwt?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.<f p~~ < i XPP?7Z]4@ i@o 9N'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.<~~ <i XPP?8Z]4@iPi XPP?;Z]4@h>i!o jG:PCX <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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~~ <i XPP?<Z]4@iTo ~)_sO@\Ȟy <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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~~ <@Hi XPP?=Z]4@@Hi\o a{sKi-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.<f p~~ <bi XPP?>Z]4@bi@ o #oAA=) <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<~~ <pni XPP??Z]4@pnio ,ҬHϴNzA <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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~~ <Ji XPP?@Z]4@Jio t2VśI{ɸ <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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~~ <Hxi XPP? AZ]4@Hxio ) rH-BS <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 XPP?!BZ]4 @ilo |*G/K6 <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<~~ ! <xi XPP?"CZ]4!@xio 2MvI\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.<Xnt~~ " <zi XPP?#DZ]4"@zipo T&5GH <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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~~ # <Pi XPP?$EZ]4#@PiDo HۮkNoc <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 XPP?%FZ]4$@i o oKD*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.<~~ % <i XPP?&GZ]4%@io pXVTH\> <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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~~ & <i XPP?'HZ]4&@io W}1"I#Ί <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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~~ ' <Xi XPP?(IZ]4'@Xi o ּ IlF5 <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 XPP?)JZ]4(@ih!o >h0BBS, <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 XPP?*KZ]4)@io O0/"Bv BP <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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~~ * < j XPP?+LZ]4*@ j#o uGo4#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.<~~ + <j XPP?,MZ]4+@jo &Ц'FG <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<~~ , <8j XPP?-NZ]4,@8j9o 1;`B~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.<f p~~ - <2j XPP?.OZ]4-@2j o Sџ]K)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.<~~ . <h>j XPP?/PZ]4.@h>j"o t ĭNrHx <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 XPP?0QZ]4/@jd@o *d=S\x@Bz>NR <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 <@Hj XPP?1RZ]40@@Hj8o d)J)bϳ <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 <bj XPP?2SZ]41@bjBo KPn$ <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 <pnj XPP?3TZ]42@pnj;o r[ KbT <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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~~ 3 <Jj XPP?4UZ]43@JjXo U%(ƤwH <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 <Hxj XPP?5VZ]44@Hxj?o 0K*4a* <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 <j XPP?6WZ]45@j\wo /ϋFUڢvR <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 <xj XPP?7XZ]46@xjAo ;U FQa8w <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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~~ 7 <zj XPP?8YZ]47@zjWo pӜE,]; <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 <Pj XPP?9ZZ]48@Pj8`o I.)vKh4 <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 <j XPP?:[Z]49@jvo *+*HXcm <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<~~ : <j XPP?;\Z]4:@jo V)B| jX <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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~~ ; <j XPP?<]Z]4;@jp_o CK&ћBWNh, <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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~~ < <Xj XPP?=^Z]4<@XjTo d_8Gw֩ <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?>_Z]4=@jHdo אiB\JjL|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.<<~~ > <j XPP??`Z]4>@j8Vo OQn!K21 < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<~~ ? < k XPP?@aZ]4?@ ko )OV! < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?AbZ]4@@klo }>p_ME < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ A <8k XPP?BcZ]4A@8kpUo NAAj , < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 <2k XPP?CdZ]4B@2kko "{FD < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 <h>k XPP?DeZ]4C@h>kx/o ~: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.<hnt<~~ D <k XPP?EfZ]4D@k4o W%_Iv!ݳ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 <@Hk XPP?FgZ]4E@@HkTo x>!OFq7 < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis 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.<<~~ G <pnk XPP?HiZ]4G@pnk3o [I {GS/FD < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis 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<~~ I <Hxk XPP?JkZ]4I@Hxklo nKWcY~* < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 <k XPP?KlZ]4J@k\o /ޞ)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.<<~~ K <xk XPP?LmZ]4K@xkTo i5C1w < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis 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<~~ M <Pk XPP?NoZ]4M@Pk7o H~Aie < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 <k XPP?OpZ]4N@kX2o !QVWKl/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.<<~~ O <k XPP?PqZ]4O@k,o ,vvC+.BLy < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis 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<~~ Q <Xk XPP?RsZ]4Q@Xkpo ĮS@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.<f p<~~ R <k XPP?StZ]4R@kho R~X[~OGs < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ S <k XPP?TuZ]4S@k`o <0Lw+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.<Dnt<~~ T < l XPP?UvZ]4T@ l^o C eNRJvJ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 <l XPP?VwZ]4U@lZo JX8@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. 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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 <2l XPP?XyZ]4W@2lZo ~RLFZ"X[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. 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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<~~ Y <l XPP?Z{Z]4Y@lWo /&HyC!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. 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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<~~ [ <bl XPP?\}Z]4[@bl>o H|ƑbNc < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis 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<~~ ] <Jl XPP?^Z]4]@JlH:o XǎFv_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.<f p<~~ _ <l XPP?`Z]4_@l!o QmLs#}:0 < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis 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<~~ a <zl XPP?bZ]4a@zl$o MҀIML# < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 <Pl XPP?cZ]4b@PlLo 9̮B9O4c < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 <l XPP?dZ]4c@lo C 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.<<~~ d <l XPP?eZ]4d@l o NO~mhR < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<~~ e <l XPP?fZ]4e@lo B_ AB < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 <Xl XPP?gZ]4f@Xl`o K$uHy,b༵ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<~~ g <l XPP?hZ]4g@lo E3Ej1t; < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 <l XPP?iZ]4h@lo yD#/l8E < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<~~ i < m XPP?jZ]4i@ mo yBlu[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.<<~~ j <m XPP?kZ]4j@mo r*&lK ]{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.<<~~ k <8m XPP?lZ]4k@8mlk ~RG vh < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<~~ l <2m XPP?mZ]4l@2mk pd%YHs@ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ m <h>m XPP?nZ]4m@h>m,k m5JrUӸ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<~~ n <m XPP?oZ]4n@mk 7bAN < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<~~ o <@Hm XPP?pZ]4o@@Hmxk F~/HO 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.<f p<~~ p <bm XPP?qZ]4p@bmk Mm4)Kե3 < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 <pnm XPP?rZ]4q@pnm@ k RMJqG7[ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<~~ r <Jm XPP?sZ]4r@JmLk F^,OuWpA ° < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 <Hxm XPP?tZ]4s@Hxm k Qep2B-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.<f p<~~ t <m XPP?uZ]4t@m n XPP?Z]4@h>nk pry~N76( < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<~~ <n XPP?Z]4@nk ^#X$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.<f p<~~ <@Hn XPP?Z]4@@Hn|k Zw=aG#Q ( < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<~~ <bn XPP?Z]4@bnk jRC(LS1s{ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ <pnn XPP?Z]4@pnnܐk W^C^#i9 < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<~~ <Jn XPP?Z]4@Jndk RGWcgF# < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<~~ <Hxn XPP?Z]4@Hxn;k r91E]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.<f p<~~ <n XPP?Z]4@nk )HX¥ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ <xn XPP?Z]4@xnĬk bs|@Sx ( < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<~~ <zn XPP?Z]4@zn\k +CNBUTeݐ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<~~ <Pn XPP?Z]4@Pnk sɂHLK! < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?Z]4@n4k 7GͭWÅ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ <n XPP?Z]4@nk HE>GK=d4 < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<~~ <n XPP?Z]4@nk ^$PMPL- < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<~~ <Xn XPP?Z]4@Xnk y|L*A,|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.<f p<~~ <n XPP?Z]4@n o XPP?Z]4@h>ok mV%E7DPu < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<~~ <o XPP?Z]4@o|k R-W2J OBxE < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<~~ <@Ho XPP?Z]4@@Ho|k .HGkqW < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<~~ <bo XPP?Z]4@bo[k QE7鷷 < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ <pno XPP?Z]4@pno}k ˤ:Dug{ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<~~ <Jo XPP?Z]4@Jo Xk H$hI< < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<~~ <Hxo XPP?Z]4@Hxo[k TTgN8"NÛ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<~~ <o XPP?Z]4@ok lEȶ2u< < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ <xo XPP?Z]4@xoXk ?0 A5! < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<~~ <zo XPP?Z]4@zoxk ҹUmFKkE)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.<f p<~~ <Po XPP?Z]4@Po< k ӜJE҆ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<~~ <o XPP?Z]4@o\6k "isBJi < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?Z]4@ok |ZMDB"A]|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.<Pnt<~~ <o XPP?Z]4@o2k ARN\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.<f p<~~ <Xo XPP?Z]4@Xo6k tE DY < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<~~ <o XPP?Z]4@o7k {\0LX-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.<<~~ <o XPP?Z]4@oX3k %C3 < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 XPP?Z]4@ p3k RnHONG < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ <p XPP?Z]4@p8k *!7JMS < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ <8p XPP?Z]4@8p4k K&:0Gs-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.<f p<~~ <2p XPP?Z]4@2p k { 6hA%A6 < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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>p XPP?Z]4@h>pXk ,S9ffF(^aG < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<~~ <p XPP?Z]4@pk K=ݴ+_Moa < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<~~ <@Hp XPP?Z]4@@HpD\k & Ev7GV: 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.<`nt<~~ <Jp XPP?Z]4@Jp܀k U@AN#fUtD < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<~~ <Hxp XPP?Z]4@Hxpk B:kg,DEAYޢ2 < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?Z]4@p}k с,ZkNZH?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.<<~~ <xp XPP?Z]4@xpak Ugپ 6D?; < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<~~ <zp XPP?Z]4@zp$k *@IBXkK < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<~~ <Pp XPP?Z]4@Ppk H`6.@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<~~ <p XPP?Z]4@p k }KAs9 < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ <p XPP?Z]4@pk -NHU)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.<Pnt<~~ <p XPP?Z]4@pXk kMC!HQQ/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<~~ <Xp XPP?Z]4@Xp$k XpZQvdGi,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.<f p<~~ <p XPP?Z]4@pPk Q M7O|)Ȑ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ <p XPP?Z]4@p$ q XPP?Z]4@h>qk &DLkWq < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<~~ <q XPP?Z]4@q k 4.@F"rtu < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<~~ <@Hq XPP?Z]4@@Hqk mcJnղ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<~~ <bq XPP?Z]4@bqQk ǟp GEb=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.<`nt<~~ <Jq XPP?Z]4@Jqk -=˽Hw q}é < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<~~ <Hxq XPP?Z]4@Hxqk B}Nr2 < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<~~ <q XPP?Z]4@q k d};3%bBC)/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.<<~~ <xq XPP?Z]4@xq\+k e#AQ74/ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<~~ <zq XPP?Z]4@zq/k [qDp~ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<~~ <Pq XPP?Z]4@Pqk jD#/ѲK < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<~~ <q XPP?Z]4@q8'k T=]tMj < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). T