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Vic ; Persons ; 50 ;;Projected persons ; Series 29(B) ; Vic ; Persons ; 51 ;;Projected persons ; Series 29(B) ; Vic ; Persons ; 52 ;;Projected persons ; Series 29(B) ; Vic ; Persons ; 53 ;;Projected persons ; Series 29(B) ; Vic ; Persons ; 54 ;;Projected persons ; Series 29(B) ; Vic ; Persons ; 55 ;;Projected persons ; Series 29(B) ; Vic ; Persons ; 56 ;;Projected persons ; Series 29(B) ; Vic ; Persons ; 57 ;;Projected persons ; Series 29(B) ; Vic ; Persons ; 58 ;;Projected persons ; Series 29(B) ; Vic ; Persons ; 59 ;;Projected persons ; Series 29(B) ; Vic ; Persons ; 60 ;;Projected persons ; Series 29(B) ; Vic ; Persons ; 61 ;;Projected persons ; Series 29(B) ; Vic ; Persons ; 62 ;;Projected persons ; Series 29(B) ; Vic ; Persons ; 63 ;;Projected persons ; Series 29(B) ; Vic ; Persons ; 64 ;;Projected persons ; Series 29(B) ; Vic ; Persons ; 65 ;;Projected persons ; Series 29(B) ; Vic ; Persons ; 66 ;;Projected persons ; Series 29(B) ; Vic ; Persons ; 67 ;;Projected persons ; Series 29(B) ; Vic ; Persons ; 68 ;;Projected persons ; Series 29(B) ; Vic ; Persons ; 69 ;;Projected persons ; Series 29(B) ; Vic ; Persons ; 70 ;;Projected persons ; Series 29(B) ; Vic ; Persons ; 71 ;;Projected persons ; Series 29(B) ; Vic ; Persons ; 72 ;;Projected persons ; Series 29(B) ; Vic ; Persons ; 73 ;;Projected persons ; Series 29(B) ; Vic ; Persons ; 74 ;;Projected persons ; Series 29(B) ; Vic ; Persons ; 75 ;;Projected persons ; Series 29(B) ; Vic ; Persons ; 76 ;;Projected persons ; Series 29(B) ; Vic ; Persons ; 77 ;UnitSeries Type Data Type FrequencyCollection MonthSeries Start Series EndNo. Obs Series IDNumberOriginalSTOCKAnnual A83743782C A83743838C A83743776J A83743949V A83743721X A83743920R A83743717J A83743938L A83743922V A83743917A A83743893V A83743790C A83743895X A83743857K A83743779R A83743959X A83743803C A83743786L A83743882L A83743726K A83743877V A83743802A A83743854C A83743879X A83743744R A83743805J A83743912R A83743888A A83743789V A83743918C A83743932X A83743929K A83743774C A83743928J A83743931W A83743934C A83743812F A83743848J A83743881K A83743743L A83743955R A83743849K A83743935F A83743952J A83743945K A83743711V A83743804F A83743884T A83743745T A83743933A A83743951F A83743720W A83743842V A83743749A A83743747W A83743855F A83743873K A83743722A A83743787R A83743861A A83743911L A83743808R A83743781A A83743770V A83743880J A83743742K A83743853A A83743844X A83743780X A83743886W A83743944J A83743843W A83743839F A83743714A A83743810A A83743841T A83743735L A83743809T A83743840R A83743958W A83743777K A83743859R A83743892T A83743852X A83743937K A83743961K A83743874L A83743773A<N A83743815L A83743948T A83743883R A83743709J A83743930V A83743719L A83743784J A83743775F A83743953K A83743712W A83743960J A83743954L A83743741J A83743715C A83743914V A83743746V A83743910K A83743891R A83743785K A83743813J A83743788T A83743885V A83743750K A83743736R A83743915W A83743806K A83743718K A83743740F A83743894W A83743878W A83743724F A83743814K A83743927F A83743860X A83743816R A83743858L A83743871F A83743889C A83743916X A83743725J A83743936J A83743946L A83743847F A83743791F A83743737T A83743778L A83743950C A83743771W A83743925A A83743926C A83743748X A83743807L A83743876T A83743862C A83743836X A83743850V A83743739W A83743738V A83743923W A83743957V A83743713X A83743890L A83743708F A83743811C A83743924X A83743846C A83743851W A83743913T A83743856J A83743716F A83743919F A83743875R A83743863F A83743956T A83743845A A83743921T A83743947R A83743783F A83743837A A83743872J A83743710T A83743772X A83743723C A83743887X A83743939R A83743732F A83743827W A83743761T A83743734K A83743962L A83743820F A83743965V A83743757A A83743821J A83743756X A83743907W A83743866L A83743904R A83743823L A83743733J A83743868T A83743828X A83743864J A83743800W A83743832R A83743796T A83743825T A83743754V A83743794L A83743898F A83743762V A83743763W A83743819W A83743764X A83743798W A83743792J A83743797V A83743870C A83743869V A83743902K A83743758C A83743906V A83743831L A83743833T A83743830K A83743769K A83743909A A83743899J A83743865K A83743963R A83743835W A83743801X A83743817T A83743905T A83743766C A83743942C A83743765A A83743822K A83743900F A83743729T A83743964T A83743728R A83743795R A83743759F A83743752R A83743901J A83743903L A83743940X A83743753T A83743826V A83743834V A83743897C A83743799X A83743760R A83743824R A83743896A A83743829A A83743768J A83743755W A83743731C A83743751L A83743908X;Projected persons ; 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Indicates which month in the collection period the data refers to.<C B̑ XPP?y UK]4@̑ (L*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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri B XPP?yUK]4@ E^#@kVh <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 B̩ XPP?yUK]4@̩ ۭvIIFy\ <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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@ ~`SLT5 <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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@ !OL[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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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 @(` Xu3|GH6^CT <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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%@ @VLjA <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri * Bl XPP?yUK]4*@l #YzII) <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri / B XPP?yUK]4/@P# `xgLɧJv] <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 4 B XPP?yUK]44@* yۊH-(yDw <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 9 B' XPP?yUK]49@' . Uӻ0DI, <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri > B4 XPP?yUK]4>@48? .ŕӦXBp[*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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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 B9 XPP?yUK]4C@9B /ILR3!pi <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri H B XPP?yUK]4H@Q ' JDK8՞} <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<p M B@_ XPP?yUK ]4M@@_0Z "xBٙdq <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<p R BLi XPP?yUK!]4R@LiP^ ryTNF(jV <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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@w XPP?yUK"]4W@@wm ʇAỔd <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri \ B4 XPP?yUK#]4\@4q M2ѿH <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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 B< XPP?yUK$]4a@<P ?-pI4rt <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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@ \ oFWe~# <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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@؍ +kfMs cH <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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@@ NGwuG4 <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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 Bx XPP?y UK(]4u@xx !øElZ <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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 BT XPP?y!UK)]4z@T ͆(]IPDD? <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<t f p B XPP?y"UK*]4@ `RB(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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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@ fT٧gDZް <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?y$UK,]4@ H `*ML <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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@% ` 0fSO <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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$- XPP?y&UK.]4@$- d9 jUsL;%+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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<er ch BE XPP?y'UK/]4@E b9Gumu= <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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?y(UK0]4@I \ =+CMz <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri Bhd XPP?y)UK1]4@hd l m֔=@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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri Bh XPP?y*UK2]4@h n˅wJ `]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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri B\* XPP?y+UK3]4@\* d tHe2L[ <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?y,UK4]4@ $ OMgIAqN <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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@ N үOeMc <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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.UK6]4@d ts 3@G>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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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@ } ]DhMI <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 BXz XPP?y0UK8]4@Xz ] mXYAJSls <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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?y1UK9]4@ ] ]4@7 SL6KCl- <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri BE XPP?y7UK?]4@Ex WB*H.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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri B8J XPP?y8UK@]4@8J GM:z <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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?y9UKA]4@dn *|EL|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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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:UKB]4@% Z#6@->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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<p BD XPP?y;UKC]4@D@ ռAf7 <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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@؈ ffMh{ <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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=UKE]4@4p ѿNwAٛ <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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>UKF]4@0 P"M?sJl <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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?y?UKG]4@i %6\MӸ#/ <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?y@UKH]4@@` x*"O8օ <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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?yAUKI]4@ ٚHK>!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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< B0 XPP?yBUKJ]4@0H }VzA~< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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$@ 8 FOP< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?yDUKL]4)@ e l_Hv{Mx< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<t f p< . B) XPP?yEUKM]4.@) O f'wA1Go< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< 3 B6 XPP?yFUKN]43@6 T@ 3b!E3-rC< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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 BD XPP?yGUKO]48@D G zN74Oeמ1&< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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?yHUKP]4=@I 1E_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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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 B XPP?yIUKQ]4B@ qFPcû< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 Bi XPP?yJUKR]4G@i @ J/Ml< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< L B| XPP?yKUKS]4L@| l( dЂU@,oœ< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< Q B XPP?yLUKT]4Q@ 0 vrI|H[UI< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< V Ḅ XPP?yMUKU]4V@̣ h ̗PCM3< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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 D?yOܾ< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?y^UKf]4@ԯ ԣ;~K㐴վZ< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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 {W]EQRQ< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?y`UKh]4@ xK7},\7< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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?yaUKi]4@d (K<.< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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?ymUKu]4@y aũLyBqM< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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@ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?yqUKy]4 @ }/J k@:< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?yrUKz]4@ Ls0s@;'Rl< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?ysUK{]4@ BdVK9I.< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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?ytUK|]4@| y7 ?N#:x=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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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?yuUK}]4@,8 |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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?yvUK~]4#@ &۵YJLNQc< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?ywUK]4(@% 3v Ang< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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?yxUK]4-@\*H ZvM.Fk< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< 2 BE XPP?yyUK]42@E mLFjouve< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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 BI XPP?yzUK]47@I 4\NJYA#O$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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< < Btd XPP?y{UK]4<@td aALu< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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 Bi XPP?y|UK]4A@iT] ī/OSӇ7G< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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 Bă XPP?y}UK]4F@ă S̨MD}< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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 Bԏ XPP?y~UK]4K@ԏ NƜ:DaWC< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 B XPP?yUK]4P@c 5J;Le}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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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 B[ XPP?yUK]4U@[<> bHBc< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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?yUK]4Z@E Io%IEh+< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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_@DlM ""PEIvԼ< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< d B XPP?yUK]4d@! ͏@'gRD< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<72pro< i B XPP?yUK]4i@D) P\3A(O^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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<ecion< n B XPP?yUK]4n@h >%%sA]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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< s B XPP?yUK]4s@ ÁxTGՈpY< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< x B< XPP?yUK]4x@< uWFC< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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)0 *"GBp2< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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@7 XPP?yUK]4@@7 pLՐB2K^< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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 ;< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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@( [@βY>< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< BL XPP?yUK]4@L ݡG %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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< B4 XPP?yUK]4@4e #! D\9Al< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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@4m etymH[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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<< Bt XPP?yUK]4@tt T'$Cȅjlˋ< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< Bh XPP?yUK]4@hP ezDO"aY< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< Bx( XPP?yUK]4@x( J;LC< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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@ bd.A88/< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< B4J XPP?yUK]4@4J_ yWhOI'< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< BDV XPP?yUK]4@DV4; ЬPO64< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< B8d XPP?yUK]4@8d U4eO< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< BHp XPP?yUK]4@Hp sDFN0Q< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< Bl6 XPP?yUK]4@l6 3.kGhc11< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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@ ]|A@!)+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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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@ +BhI1p~'< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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=Nl 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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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@;< KA|MA6< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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 @ V^MKu!< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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 rTIa˫CuUn|1< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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@K yK7,mv< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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@" qX,JO^#< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<d rom< B2 XPP?yUK]4@2* ˚TCŐt[< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< " B3 XPP?yUK]4"@3T. p=aAW 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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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$0< ' Bp@ XPP?yUK]4'@p@0 8PC9m< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< , BdN XPP?yUK]4,@dN 3{6GCyV1< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<p< 1 BA XPP?yUK]41@A0 жzIBܩpF< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< ; BTZ XPP?yUK]4;@TZ%)EEd4< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< Y B( XPP?yUK]4Y@( uղn&NM'< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<d rom< ^ Bt XPP?yUK]4^@t D"EjW{|~< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<d rom< c B XPP?yUK]4c@( _o""9LV|ZLQ< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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 B̫ XPP?yUK]4h@̫ WJ- J$ 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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< m B XPP?yUK]4m@X c0BM*By< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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 XPP?yUK]4r@ AQ,Czt"< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< w B' XPP?yUK]4w@' yFA< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< | B5 XPP?yUK]4|@5i /G\PNOZG< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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@dDq 6x@fb< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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: bZȉHIѷ< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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$Z XPP?yUK]4@$Z n3;Hڵ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< Bu XPP?yUK]4@u( bIԮ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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?yUK]4@y qFD22{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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< BK XPP?yUK]4@KV Lo^wLsՇq< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< BL XPP?yUK]4@Lt T "cH4UF< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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@@ s7=G؉!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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< B4 XPP?yUK]4@4ģ ;sYgA:s-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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<p< Bܱ XPP?yUK]4@ܱ|z dhLepu< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<< Bh XPP?yUK]4@hl uPr9OdY¶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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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@ 7gÞIW9@< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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> GZLHGsڰ< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< B XPP?yUK]4@|E h仟CApHo< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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@L 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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< Bt5 XPP?yUK]4@t5M |o غIF0< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< BhC XPP?yUK]4@hC4" BC2OVY< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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@DD) ڵ{pN2k_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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<p< BtP XPP?yUK]4@tP* I=Ñ.lB_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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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@^ 's]OzC{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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<p< B% XPP?yUK]4@% DC aS< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< Bx XPP?yUK]4@x8 1&6T/Bo < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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 @8 yhy&Iөt7< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< Bx XPP?yUK]4@x| Fa tB=ԥ2d< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< B XPP?yUK]4@ s /FzCH< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<< BL XPP?yUK]4@L L4\NS]-< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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!@@- 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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< & BP9 XPP?yUK]4&@P9 ĸYAMZ@< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< + BDG XPP?yUK]4+@DG0 k#]Jnt< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< 0 B XPP?yUK]40@ tL!dJ ~< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< 5 Btf XPP?yUK]45@tf .@vRv< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<72pro< X B XPP?yUK]4X@ PLޏtk=< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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]@( ҘA_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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred 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?yUK]4b@D 0_KL9< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< g B8 XPP?yUK]4g@8 M"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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< l B XPP?yUK]4l@\e j0B,< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< q B XPP?yUK]4q@l ~bIO=Y-ģ< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< v B XPP?yUK]4v@t 2[?%YLnҙy< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< { B08 XPP?yUK]4{@08 0;7%HЇ< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<, eri< B\T XPP?yUK]4@\T f3B{+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. 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All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< Bl` XPP?yUK]4@l` OS6ɉH< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. 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All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?5Z]4@<^3B ,S3Fp= <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. 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All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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`ca~~ <Hh XPP?7Z]4@Hh5B Ʒ0D!$HFYK. <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. 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All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?9Z]4@HB |]d\rLM6 <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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~~ <j XPP?:Z]4@j6B }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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<of p~~ < XPP?;Z]4@B y|:[kKy'SF <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o~~ < XPP?<Z]4@\TB Pӗg*Auvg <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o@~~ < XPP?=Z]4@EB BG(M`1y <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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`ca~~ < XPP?>Z]4@EB QA9C'lv" <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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~~ <Ά XPP??Z]4@ΆFB RiݼMK3 <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o~~ < XPP?@Z]4@pB ?rCA <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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`ca~~ <؆ XPP? AZ]4@؆tGB 1!Ey[4Oa <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<of p~~ < XPP?!BZ]4 @qB ,MBkA <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?"CZ]4!@dB nMыsw <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?#DZ]4"@ `eB k4>H>G齃 <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?$EZ]4#@| (fB FLiGUr <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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`ca~~ $ < XPP?%FZ]4$@XB GWACtM!̹ <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<of p~~ % <0 XPP?&GZ]4%@0 B 2`KچYf <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?'HZ]4&@<fB @}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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?(IZ]4'@B !bB3| <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<of p~~ ( <,R XPP?)JZ]4(@,RE<Ȳ3 <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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~~ 3 <Έ XPP?4UZ]43@Έ@B _Z]4=@|B !UAHv%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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<of p<~~ > <,R XPP??`Z]4>@,RyB 'LppI < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?@aZ]4?@<^DB -ΟN5 < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o<~~ @ <R XPP?AbZ]4@@RZB >lsA8x2 < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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`ca<~~ A <Hh XPP?BcZ]4A@HhHzB I&ĤM6T < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<of p<~~ B < XPP?CdZ]4B@;B Q.xL8+ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<~~ C < XPP?DeZ]4C@L[B l%;fO_> < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<~~ D <j XPP?EfZ]4D@jB 'u6VOJc^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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<of p<~~ E < XPP?FgZ]4E@P 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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o<~~ R << XPP?StZ]4R@<DB +uͫnZ@/XM < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<~~ S < XPP?TuZ]4S@dB HԣG4G < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<of p<~~ T <,R XPP?UvZ]4T@,RB * ;NYS < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<~~ U <<^ XPP?VwZ]4U@<^B H]YVE6D < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<~~ V <R XPP?WxZ]4V@RB {+1~݀A^v2=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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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`ca<~~ W <Hh XPP?XyZ]4W@HhB PUBK%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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<~~ Y < XPP?Z{Z]4Y@B P CE3 < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<of p<~~ [ < XPP?\}Z]4[@B tS_GACỻZ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o@<~~ ] < XPP?^Z]4]@hB VuZG!FFZc@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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<~~ _ <Ί XPP?`Z]4_@ΊB =_,1Ev=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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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?aZ]4`@B ?XaLA'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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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`ca<~~ a <؊ XPP?bZ]4a@؊B %i"2M < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<of p<~~ b < XPP?cZ]4b@;B i[Egʢ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<~~ c < XPP?dZ]4c@$B E:AN}Mʿ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<~~ d < XPP?eZ]4d@ ZB 9CLG0 < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<~~ e <| XPP?fZ]4e@| ;B zC#M#˾Nj܍ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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`ca<~~ f < XPP?gZ]4f@yB &]`ZK"Gs < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<of p<~~ g <0 XPP?hZ]4g@0ZB $myNu < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<~~ h << XPP?iZ]4h@<ܘB dŏM3mI_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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<~~ i < XPP?jZ]4i@yB D4t@yA 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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<of p<~~ j <,R XPP?kZ]4j@,RB $)TD{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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o<~~ k <<^ XPP?lZ]4k@<^pB ʽ&GӰ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<~~ l <R XPP?mZ]4l@RB zM:Z < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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`ca<~~ m <Hh XPP?nZ]4m@HhB 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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<of p<~~ n < XPP?oZ]4n@(B vU.>>Gy-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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o<~~ o < XPP?pZ]4o@B }`G2q+ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<~~ p <j XPP?qZ]4p@jB *I)6x < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<of p<~~ q < XPP?rZ]4q@B %u O%&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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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@<~~ s < XPP?tZ]4s@PB F9U0S < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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`ca<~~ t < XPP?uZ]4t@0B $J@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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<~~ u < XPP?vZ]4u@B Ll@"5H0 < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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`ca<~~ w < XPP?xZ]4w@D MԁDox < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<of p<~~ x < XPP?yZ]4x@ 0lL=: < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<~~ y < XPP?zZ]4y@ CG7g(*> < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o<~~ { <| XPP?|Z]4{@| L~Kycw\" < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<of p<~~ } <0 XPP?~Z]4}@0 H!#Ee@( < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o<~~ < XPP?Z]4@ >SHMږ~ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<of p<~~ <,R XPP?Z]4@,R ,D^π, < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o<~~ <<^ XPP?Z]4@<^$ '=wDUpd < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o<~~ <R XPP?Z]4@R *ƛUWOg < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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`ca<~~ <Hh XPP?Z]4@Hh, k2UH '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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<of p<~~ < XPP?Z]4@D- tpGovB%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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o<~~ < XPP?Z]4@3 rڧ͜NjbC < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<~~ <j XPP?Z]4@j3 ߴE@T0]xK < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<of p<~~ < XPP?Z]4@9 $IcϵCh+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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o<~~ < XPP?Z]4@L4 @iD> < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o@<~~ < XPP?Z]4@4: 9"\rEw < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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`ca<~~ < XPP?Z]4@4@ 0\PBIU3PR < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o<~~ < XPP?Z]4@: KC>K < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o<~~ < XPP?Z]4@|F ']O?ڌxG < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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`ca<~~ < XPP?Z]4@F P7DCFA < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<of p<~~ < XPP?Z]4@L m\AO[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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o<~~ < XPP?Z]4@$M jqJ:FgQw< < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o<~~ < XPP?Z]4@ Y )t]O65lb < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o<~~ <| XPP?Z]4@| dO wBZ$} < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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`ca<~~ < XPP?Z]4@DZ IE=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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<of p<~~ <0 XPP?Z]4@0D` I;Fl 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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o<~~ << XPP?Z]4@<Z PbWDPo{( < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o<~~ < XPP?Z]4@f ӥTCSeX@ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<of p<~~ <,R XPP?Z]4@,Rf 3mG1` < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o<~~ <<^ XPP?Z]4@<^l .uOꄂJ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o<~~ <R XPP?Z]4@R4m ДJJBD < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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`ca<~~ <Hh XPP?Z]4@Hhy O]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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<of p<~~ < XPP?Z]4@to $+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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o<~~ < XPP?Z]4@Tz HZ5bqC2o! < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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<~~ <j XPP?Z]4@jT |t CbD < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<of p<~~ < XPP?Z]4@z =a֤%Hn̘0 < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o<~~ < XPP?Z]4@ y) EkS < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o@<~~ < XPP?Z]4@ wDЃH@#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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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`ca<~~ < XPP?Z]4@ (D~#Ae<V̔+ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o<~~ < XPP?Z]4@D Nu*Akuf < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o<~~ < XPP?Z]4@ g +ĘGfݦ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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`ca<~~ < XPP?Z]4@ WI,UH < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<of p<~~ < XPP?Z]4@d _-9HXee < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o<~~ < XPP?Z]4@d -G(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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o<~~ < XPP?Z]4@ Ě b FX% < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o<~~ <| XPP?Z]4@| p8.@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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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`ca<~~ < XPP?Z]4@ 6UKpC: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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<of p<~~ <0 XPP?Z]4@0 tml"M3]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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o<~~ << XPP?Z]4@<T k=4I\( < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o<~~ < XPP?Z]4@ M!Ma < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<of p<~~ <,R XPP?Z]4@,R `sMKc 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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o<~~ <<^ XPP?Z]4@<^t xe>qE18{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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o<~~ <R XPP?Z]4@R\ C_80@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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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`ca<~~ <Hh XPP?Z]4@Hh KzǠk < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<of p<~~ < XPP?Z]4@ ŪbL{%* < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o<~~ < XPP?Z]4@ P!5DaUX < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<of p<~~ < XPP?Z]4@D )Y}-Kĸ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o<~~ < XPP?Z]4@$ QB0@HM < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o@<~~ < XPP?Z]4@$ ^'tJ\'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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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`ca<~~ < XPP?Z]4@ FEK@0,DD2 < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o<~~ < XPP?Z]4@l 07*C+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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o<~~ < XPP?Z]4@ +DmKWs < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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`ca<~~ < XPP?Z]4@ q.Dm < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<of p<~~ < XPP?Z]4@ 8҆J99_ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o<~~ < XPP?Z]4@ ǯO ԯj < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o<~~ < XPP?Z]4@ T f-H1qb < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o<~~ <| XPP?Z]4@| 4 jxEs+ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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`ca<~~ < XPP?Z]4@D C7rLI/: < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<of p<~~ <0 XPP?Z]4@0 ^fI&KlU < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o<~~ << XPP?Z]4@< 4kc=NT: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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o<~~ < XPP?Z]4@d [FOd < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<of p<~~ <,R XPP?Z]4@,R T IL yj < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o<~~ <<^ XPP?Z]4@<^$ ,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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o<~~ <R XPP?Z]4@R bOwG©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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<oeca<~~ <Hh XPP?Z]4@HhL pLm+> < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<of p<~~ < XPP?Z]4@ `fV8=AIēwN < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o<~~ < XPP?Z]4@ fKiKg< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o<~~ < XPP?Z]4@ H D*?|IW < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o<~~ <| XPP?Z]4@| hH a4~kqL vȣK < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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`ca<~~ < XPP?Z]4@PN RPbKg-&7 < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<of p<~~ <0 XPP?Z]4@0N zE2 BGI < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o<~~ << XPP?Z]4@<O |.@i)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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o<~~ < XPP?Z]4@p[ |ҀAg < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<of p<~~ <,R XPP?Z]4@,R[ mcDՐAX < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o<~~ <<^ XPP?Z]4@<^b ~83G [} < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o<~~ <R XPP?Z]4@Rxb ڽ~|MF} < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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`ca<~~ <Hh XPP?Z]4@Hh`h 9_g@>6i} < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<of p<~~ < XPP?Z]4@h RݭQmFKj#ac < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o<~~ < XPP?Z]4@n yzG^:/ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< Bj XPP?]4@jo 8[lL祏ٻ< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<of p< B XPP?]4@{ ^E I+=u݇< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o< B XPP?]4@ȁ Jqr8~wJ < <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o@< B XPP?]4@ pߏD@Em/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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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`ca< B XPP?]4@p Lp@ظ< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o< B XPP?]4@Ј ^kK< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o< B XPP?]4@( 5@AEF< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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`ca< B XPP?]4@ 溰@Z9< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<of p< B XPP?]4@Pu H?ˣJ)I/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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o< B XPP?]4@u ^G0Bu`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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o< B XPP?]4@ v N7t< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o< B| XPP?]4@| V 0)Hӈ`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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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`ca< B XPP?]4@pv .Jp\&< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<of p< B0 XPP?]4@0D> %DFeu< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o< B< XPP?]4@<> 8M-D-x,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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o< B XPP?]4@hB +OR^EN%kS< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<of p< B,R XPP?]4@,RB #GS.I1hL< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o< B<^ XPP?]4@<^(C 7/)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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< BR XPP?]4@RC anAx}.~-< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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`ca< BHh XPP?]4@HhC DYot=< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<of p< B XPP?]4@HD /}Fb3ݜ< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o< B XPP?]4@! yCMqL~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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are 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< Bj XPP?]4@j" FADٸ|eM< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<of p< B XPP?]4@h" 3\5rF{< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o< B XPP?]4@" 5J,Q@wl)< <The population projections in this dataset are not intended as predictions or forecasts, but are illustrations of growth and change in the population that would occur if certain assumptions made about future demographic trends were to prevail over the projection period. While the assumptions are formulated on the basis of an assessment of past demographic trends, both in Australia and overseas, there is no certainty that any of the assumptions will be realised. In addition, no assessment has been made of possible future changes in non-demographic conditions. Data for 2012 are preliminary estimated resident population. Data for remaining years are projected populations. All populations are as at 30 June. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. See Population Projections, Australia, 2012 (base) to 2101 (cat. no. 3222.0) for more information.<o@< B XPP?]4@(# 97F<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. 72 projection series are presented in this dataset, derived from a number of assumptions on future levels of fertility, mortality, net overseas migration and net interstate migration. Three series (Series 1, 29 and 54) were chosen for analysis and reporting in Population Projections, Australia, 2012 to 2061 (cat. no. 3222.0). These are referred to as Series A, B and C respectively. 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