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Indicates which month in the collection period the data refers to.< tr B XPP?y UK]4@ I (3psۂ4Ce?ꌓ <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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@ R =@͓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.<topre B\ XPP?yUK]4@\ tZ EegO^ <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?y UK]4@ ] )}a#E8 <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 @:K[3EBag <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 $r 5SMW泯 <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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%@,% z #}BmT8u <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 o% ^ 5LJWo< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 T f%I3 <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 Bh XPP?yUK]4>@h $ȋKxOPI <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 T ]*MHo|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.<, eri H BD XPP?yUK]4H@D ` iI7E <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<8, M B XPP?yUK ]4M@ oŒKR H4 <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<8, R B XPP?yUK!]4R@ D ІGIQS-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@ d ăZM"{ <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 ` 2Ke20 <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 a Bl XPP?yUK$]4a@l $. " Htr4 <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<li an f B XPP?yUK%]4f@ F~f^rF /B <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri k Bt XPP?yUK&]4k@t F ?kK3D <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 p B XPP?yUK']4p@ N u{x+L[mm <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 u B| XPP?y UK(]4u@| tR LծERf <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 z Bt XPP?y!UK)]4z@t h sZZBd9 <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<8, BL( XPP?y"UK*]4@L( Dl $߉[hF>x2V <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 B6 XPP?y#UK+]4@6 l JdBV) <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri BC XPP?y$UK,]4@C ( glHYL_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`H XPP?y%UK-]4@`H p舴ZJGA <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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@ ě gVJ{vk <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.< Bs XPP?y'UK/]4@s , MPsHv9] <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 Bpx XPP?y(UK0]4@px L KmJV 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.<, eri B XPP?y)UK1]4@ L@EL 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 B XPP?y*UK2]4@ idHx{MK- <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 BY XPP?y+UK3]4@Y n%S?Gw <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri B XPP?y,UK4]4@ 0FXvA{ <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri B XPP?y-UK5]4@ XYMO <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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@ dTEt]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?y/UK7]4@ 0 R6J <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?y0UK8]4@ 4 tBeA*OS <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 B XPP?y1UK9]4@ U i6E!Bض <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 B& XPP?y2UK:]4@& tz ҟ)C9 <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 Bh4 XPP?y3UK;]4@h4 kAj"GB\%: <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri B8 XPP?y4UK<]4@8 D V46M"\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.<, eri B XPP?y5UK=]4@ jxAgӊǥ <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 Bxd XPP?y6UK>]4@xd D" <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri Bi XPP?y7UK?]4@i _g}c@xxޒ <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 X ZN44 <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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@ f Dn[> <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 ا Sbc.^Gm_} <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 xmB?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 B XPP?y<UKD]4@ e æQH&6ݯ <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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@, Tr DV O-FyR <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 ajKfS <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 S-@,Gf <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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@ y:Db <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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@l I:D`цx <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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@,% $` 8OGcG< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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$@) ; BHF.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< ) B4I XPP?yDUKL]4)@4I i(GBzO:< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 ? [K9(< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<mmyyy< 3 BtY XPP?yFUKN]43@tY LG ILKM#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< 8 B4g XPP?yGUKO]48@4g N ͳqLI8a< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?yHUKP]4=@t $ {_z<OT!ע< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 BD XPP?yIUKQ]4B@D l, T<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.<dswer< G Bd XPP?yJUKR]4G@d ܅ [VF 1S< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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[UKc]4@} < JE~`eI_%< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<< Bԇ XPP?y\UKd]4@ԇ C/qh7< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< BR XPP?y]UKe]4@R җ7@:< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<< Bԥ XPP?y^UKf]4@ԥ ̬ 5OT*< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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_UKg]4@ d /+J{fP< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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`UKh]4@t TtrAM'{D< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< B4 XPP?yaUKi]4@4 5%AOBD;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.<8, < B XPP?ybUKj]4@ @NB;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.<dswer< B XPP?ycUKk]4@ P6XIK9< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?ydUKl]4@ D H,OJ^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.<, eri< B XPP?yeUKm]4@ Y; Lum4"< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?yfUKn]4@l TIM<< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?ygUKo]4@- LDGr6< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< B8 XPP?yhUKp]4@8 ,s #>p'&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.<d rom< BF XPP?yiUKq]4@F l +>M,k0< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 ` ,="A*< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< BX XPP?ykUKs]4@X A F>K6vv5ߘ< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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@,% H fiK du< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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@ j DP @םpL2^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?ynUKv]4@ (& `AgB;װ< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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@) C |ߙ~@i Rz< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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@ >J2\< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 0 HO1)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.<d rom< B( XPP?yrUKz]4@( 0 JGha~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.<< B XPP?ysUK{]4@ ]SFF"ǪNR< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?ytUK|]4@ . ?w/KeJ N< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< BT XPP?yuUK}]4@T 1 ?A%bf=MW)D< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< # B XPP?yvUK~]4#@ l F.ˇHy^-< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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(@ O t}PD5d< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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-@l 6%dNOħX^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.<d rom< 2 B,% XPP?yyUK]42@,% X 鶽JU< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< 7 B) XPP?yzUK]47@) Lt sdϚO: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< < BM XPP?y{UK]4<@M lL "r+Ore< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 ` O MH`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< F B] XPP?y}UK]4F@] 9 q(~^LҐB.< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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@g L yoP`N'68< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 |[ ܃i`UFz+e`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.<, eri< U BD XPP?yUK]4U@D ' RrB8< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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@Dz 4 ;bL,xByh< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 !3Ez^-< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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@ $ i,GCd< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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@ 1Fdvmr< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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@l WC4('< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 B XPP?yUK]4s@ T F)ͶO8S< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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@ 4 q @<ݒH< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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}@ ( 2Eg@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?yUK]4@ | ړ@S1< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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@" Bv˽=L<4z7h\< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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@& @ SsN̏< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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@,+ Ts i蟦hL< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 $| %6["D5ʧ< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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@D #rrdH~C2 < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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@| $D ˜IB$ܕ< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 L j1C$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 XPP?yUK]4@ T [[*JmK-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.< ae p< B XPP?yUK]4@ A umqGd%N< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< BĎ XPP?yUK]4@Ď 8 ^;Q^@X5 < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<8, < BZ XPP?yUK]4@Z ̋ ɶMՇ+aGD0< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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@ u,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.<8, < B_ XPP?yUK]4@_ f[^Hd< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< B XPP?yUK]4@ G˅ijBB< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 8"J(0V< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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@ ld ӊ;bLui2< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 c*Gb1< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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@<( FAgk< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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/ BF~m)qj< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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@,%l7 BphEIAik1b< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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@) [3ULl:,< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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@\* JDm( Ndo< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< BT. XPP?yUK]4@T. +7_I;PF3< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< BY XPP?yUK]4@YR 7DΔ'Elm#< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< Btg XPP?yUK]4@tg$w :]YjO+< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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@: kID]uv< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 0TA< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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@@> ,;cJ1% < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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@d ) ضIY5)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$ XPP?yUK]4@$ KymE7v< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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@g αKmo!< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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@Du T []#QFZ< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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@ ؖ#8MY#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< BI XPP?yUK]4@I U{wFA1< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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@ T"NI;wO< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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@ B XPP?yUK]4>@ ɟ,g~@oXX@< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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; 37M^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.<< H B> XPP?yUK]4H@> F ̍KǓI%< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 ` l*A,^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< R B@N XPP?yUK!]4R@@N 9 0UEr ty< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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@X L Ds2LL !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\@' |[ B5OV^ϥ< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< a Bl5 XPP?yUK$]4a@l5 OqJ+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.<, eri< f B XPP?yUK%]4f@ 4 dcOydC< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< k B XPP?yUK&]4k@ cdLBY8<< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< p B( XPP?yUK']4p@( $ IHW*]< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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@e 5UM,I@蟥< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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@ ;&QGfo*< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 T (CAYd< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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@` 4 pٷ|BNE< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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@ , G]+AG2XN 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?y%UK-]4@ PHǞuERahL< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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@&X < ]4@* )SB?B,< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< B XPP?y7UK?]4@ 1 6!ŭzFq;&< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?y8UK@]4@l @ U&IB>A 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. 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Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<ent~~ <xe XPP?1Z]4@xel^ CbvGƯ <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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~~ <зe XPP?2Z]4@зeS^ 's#AVG <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 XPP?3Z]4@$eV^ ϭ{C}R8 <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<~~ <e XPP?4Z]4@e|^ kMoLCt:!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.<ent~~ <e XPP?5Z]4@ep^ ,sJdWo(M[ <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p~~ <e XPP?6Z]4@eh^ v CA <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p~~ < XPP?7Z]4@ T^ HD'M(E <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<~~ < XPP?8Z]4@ 4^ n=FJOU] <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<~~ <8 XPP?9Z]4@8 @^ RGb5CyY <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p~~ <2 XPP?:Z]4@2 ^ ׃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.<~~ <h> XPP?;Z]4@h> ^ fmIY <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<hnt~~ < XPP?<Z]4@ ^ HBjesDRÈX <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p~~ <@H XPP?=Z]4@@H ^ `2~JEg <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p~~ <b XPP?>Z]4@b ^ 1qaoK|,{ <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<~~ <pn XPP??Z]4@pn u^ ;cEiAz <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<`nt~~ <J XPP?@Z]4@J s^ ڞRHhrô <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p~~ <Hx XPP? AZ]4@Hx $m^ n>B_/x <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p~~ < XPP?!BZ]4 @ ^ #H6Fwf <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<~~ ! <x XPP?"CZ]4!@x 4^ xDG EDaS"۔ <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<Xnt~~ " <z XPP?#DZ]4"@z ^ SmG@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~~ # <P XPP?$EZ]4#@P f^ J%NmtA:Р <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p~~ $ < XPP?%FZ]4$@ ^ ]hFH <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<~~ % < XPP?&GZ]4%@ ^ tV=N6A; <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<Pnt~~ & < XPP?'HZ]4&@ D^ yeAe>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~~ ' <X XPP?(IZ]4'@X ^ s 57I` <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p~~ ( < XPP?)JZ]4(@ ^ `BP@ڶ:q9 <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<~~ ) < XPP?*KZ]4)@ h^ z.@&=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.<Dnt~~ * < XPP?+LZ]4*@ 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.<~~ , <8 XPP?-NZ]4,@8 Ԛ^ NrCw7/| <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p~~ - <2 XPP?.OZ]4-@2 ^ JJ KhK3^L <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<~~ . <h> XPP?/PZ]4.@h> |^ Y&/J3l <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<hnt~~ / < XPP?0QZ]4/@ ^ vEʑ@849 <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 <@H XPP?1RZ]40@@H ^ {J6:Ix <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 <b XPP?2SZ]41@b T^ ɏT9D!, <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 <pn XPP?3TZ]42@pn a^ xR=ͷEq' <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 <J XPP?4UZ]43@J ܊^ EZbAǸNo <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 <Hx XPP?5VZ]44@Hx x^ 907F}rVG <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p~~ 5 < XPP?6WZ]45@ ^ 4k~?Cb <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 <x XPP?7XZ]46@x 0}^ ]߄M vֳ <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 <z XPP?8YZ]47@z [^ ڤJwCn <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 <P XPP?9ZZ]48@P X^ r%?M:> <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p~~ 9 < XPP?:[Z]49@ T ^ QcG`UZ <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<~~ : < XPP?;\Z]4:@ ^ 0vWOr) <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<Pnt~~ ; < XPP?<]Z]4;@ 6^ -[FIlI,> <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p~~ < <X XPP?=^Z]4<@X p3^ Ve7|iM, <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ = < XPP?>_Z]4=@ 2^ NmSBAmW < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ > < XPP??`Z]4>@ \6^ r Ɛ@0M < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<Dnt<~~ ? < XPP?@aZ]4?@ x^ +l B+$˭1O < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ @ < XPP?AbZ]4@@ P^ ]=h(DGlҝW' < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 <8 XPP?BcZ]4A@8 ^ &̀E:[t < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ B <2 XPP?CdZ]4B@2 X^ @}CÙ`( 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.<<~~ C <h> XPP?DeZ]4C@h> X^ ~AAG`[5 < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<hnt<~~ D < XPP?EfZ]4D@ ^ ])HtrQ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 <@H XPP?FgZ]4E@@H [^ de9JGC~ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 <b XPP?GhZ]4F@b |^ =9 PJn^Lr < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 <pn XPP?HiZ]4G@pn }^ ;NyB < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<~~ H <J XPP?IjZ]4H@J 47^ vکC6# < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 <Hx XPP?JkZ]4I@Hx \\^ ǅVF^ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ J < XPP?KlZ]4J@ ^ AL2j7 < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 <x XPP?LmZ]4K@x ^ >lZFHɸڞf < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<~~ L <z XPP?MnZ]4L@z ؇^ J@z~I!EI < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 <P XPP?NoZ]4M@P ^ +|2K* ӃW < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ N < XPP?OpZ]4N@ d^ WpGM3gVv < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ O < XPP?PqZ]4O@ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis 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.<Dnt<~~ T < XPP?UvZ]4T@ ^ bmIt@HwVJw < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis 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.<<~~ V <8 XPP?WxZ]4V@8 ^ %$O?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<~~ W <2 XPP?XyZ]4W@2 p^ a5WEg < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ X <h> XPP?YzZ]4X@h> ^ ٔR,BAZZ~Fݒ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis 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<~~ Z <@H XPP?[|Z]4Z@@H T^ WB 4J#2i,W < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ [ <b XPP?\}Z]4[@b \^ J3t~Br} < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ \ <pn XPP?]~Z]4\@pn X^ GME6ט\ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<`nt<~~ ] <J XPP?^Z]4]@J 0^ :OKF 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.<f p<~~ ^ <Hx XPP?_Z]4^@Hx 4^ ( ZBF稸< < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ _ < XPP?`Z]4_@ d^ 3ľu9Cm < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ ` <x XPP?aZ]4`@x ^ iq Vg9C{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.<Xnt<~~ a <z XPP?bZ]4a@z ^ PmCo < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 <P XPP?cZ]4b@P e^ -Sx~Dgf)-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.<f p<~~ c < XPP?dZ]4c@ T^ ϯYJIU~ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 < XPP?eZ]4d@ h^ -m@AGH[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.<Pnt<~~ e < XPP?fZ]4e@ @^ '&3Gm` < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 <X XPP?gZ]4f@X ,^ y]Ie._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<~~ g < XPP?hZ]4g@ ^ qiMdk < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ h < XPP?iZ]4h@ ^ .AH XPP?nZ]4m@h> f^ /fpGy\ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?oZ]4n@ ^ FM\qo < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 <@H XPP?pZ]4o@@H ^ Dz0Oh( < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 <b XPP?qZ]4p@b D^ (DcHh6DHe < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 <pn XPP?rZ]4q@pn f^ ;MIu_ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 <J XPP?sZ]4r@J ^ + *cIHIq < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 <Hx XPP?tZ]4s@Hx ^ pfHƚ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 < XPP?uZ]4t@ T^ -+cN[ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 <x XPP?vZ]4u@x l^ s"Ai2 < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<~~ v <z XPP?wZ]4v@z hs^ -ͲD4! < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 <P XPP?xZ]4w@P u^ ;;+GBxT < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ x < XPP?yZ]4x@ u^ ~\ʤJL橸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.<<~~ y < XPP?zZ]4y@ Lv^ Dk$ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<~~ z < XPP?{Z]4z@ ^ ɏF@SD"+ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ { <X XPP?|Z]4{@X ^ iE0iK Nmv < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ } < XPP?~Z]4}@ <^ G6oiB< < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<Dnt<~~ ~ < XPP?Z]4~@ ^ XPP?Z]4@h> ^ (]Fb0? < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<hnt<~~ < XPP?Z]4@ ^ 0Ca < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ <@H XPP?Z]4@@H H^ /LAb{* < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ <b XPP?Z]4@b ^ E!LMO|#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.<<~~ <pn XPP?Z]4@pn Ȱ^ Bk? < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<`nt<~~ <J XPP?Z]4@J ^ jBAY' < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ <Hx XPP?Z]4@Hx ܌^ 3aF8@!t < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ < XPP?Z]4@ ^ HrDU < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ <x XPP?Z]4@x ^ ٔnIB7Ѭ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<Xnt<~~ <z XPP?Z]4@z ^ rBrz < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 V^ sT@x% < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ < XPP?Z]4@ \W^ UfoI)rTIW < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ < XPP?Z]4@ S^ ^J{zbw < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<Pnt<~~ < XPP?Z]4@ S^ EGu"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<~~ <X XPP?Z]4@X D vǏR+DB] < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ < XPP?Z]4@ C 8AA ^ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ < XPP?Z]4@ /Ap rn < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<ent<~~ < XPP?Z]4@ d zI\L^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.<<~~ < XPP?Z]4@ nNFR\oy|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.<<~~ <8 XPP?Z]4@8 $ ,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<~~ <2 XPP?Z]4@2 kRuG&bm < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ <h> XPP?Z]4@h> ܝL{0M < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<hnt<~~ < XPP?Z]4@ l '/ LwW ,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.<f p<~~ <@H XPP?Z]4@@H 0 LUBm(] < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ <b XPP?Z]4@b }y( 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.<<~~ <pn XPP?Z]4@pn x eAdSBgic < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<`nt<~~ <J XPP?Z]4@J {}+/.oHZ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ <Hx XPP?Z]4@Hx 8 NH:KB: < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ < XPP?Z]4@ + fA8]?}. < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ <x XPP?Z]4@x + :hB%5J` < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<Xnt<~~ <z XPP?Z]4@z @2 yE F@#NyE < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 2 WkHtEp 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<~~ < XPP?Z]4@ 8 kKSKLW < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ < XPP?Z]4@ 8 lۅLCIq7O < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<Pnt<~~ < XPP?Z]4@ > Ȟu|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.<f p<~~ <X XPP?Z]4@X 0? ǥm]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<~~ < XPP?Z]4@ ? 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.<<~~ < XPP?Z]4@ K _E2qQN < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<Dnt<~~ < XPP?Z]4@ PL h}8K\vf. < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ < XPP?Z]4@ R 0b@!_CSy < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ <8 XPP?Z]4@8 R E(qIQ4h"# < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ <2 XPP?Z]4@2 X ї+Ll陽( < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ <h> XPP?Z]4@h> @Y Lç>DB < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<hnt<~~ < XPP?Z]4@ (_ OY:dL;P < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ <@H XPP?Z]4@@H _ HyT^Kä0K < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ <b XPP?Z]4@b _ {M6HYva1 < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ <pn XPP?Z]4@pn Hl |nAܓ'2G < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<`nt<~~ <J XPP?Z]4@J l 傭_5C -^' < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ <Hx XPP?Z]4@Hx r M]zPJݴq < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ < XPP?Z]4@ Ps 2уI? < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ <x XPP?Z]4@x 8y [hUBŪ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<Xnt<~~ <z XPP?Z]4@z y _GlA7 < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 Jt]LּV)} < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ < XPP?Z]4@ oh:NC6AJ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ < XPP?Z]4@ @ TNSoh < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<Pnt<~~ < XPP?Z]4@ =p+J5sMS6 < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ <X XPP?Z]4@X V>@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<~~ < XPP?Z]4@ H .@4:Q4B> < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ < XPP?Z]4@ 9-nG 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.<Dnt<~~ < XPP?Z]4@ ?]J~MS~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.<<~~ < XPP?Z]4@ EO$c@)ݍ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ <8 XPP?Z]4@8 ؟ {/BV < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ <2 XPP?Z]4@2 8 ѣǭ3I<6J| < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ <h> XPP?Z]4@h> ʻGOVW < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<hnt<~~ < XPP?Z]4@ 83-xO: < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ <@H XPP?Z]4@@H X E?AD1 < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ <b XPP?Z]4@b -y~H/e'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.<<~~ <pn XPP?Z]4@pn BޱF=/ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<`nt<~~ <J XPP?Z]4@J K$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<~~ <Hx XPP?Z]4@Hx ` LJ8p+KA} < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<f p<~~ < XPP?Z]4@ H t<%O̡O) < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<<~~ <x XPP?Z]4@x H *fCqBZi < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<Xnt<~~ <z XPP?Z]4@z B{lL[>nq < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 -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<~~ < XPP?Z]4@ UDDE < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 24 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality and net overseas migration. 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