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Who lives in Bayside

We use population statistics to help us plan for future community needs.

Key statistics from 2016 Census

Find out about Bayside people and their households from the 2016 Census of Population and Housing. View the Bayside Community Profile for key data prepared by the demographic specialists id consulting pty ltd. All tables will be updated as the 2016 results become available.

Social atlas data from 2016 Census 

You can view Bayside's social atlas data using colour coded maps. There are 68 different maps showing neighbourhood differences such as households, ethnicity, housing costs, labour force, travel to work, population groups and the Index of disadvantage (SEIFA).

Statistics about future population 2011-2036

Find out about Bayside’s future population up to the year 2036. This data includes how many people will live in Bayside, what type of households are expected and the impact of population ageing. This population forecast was reviewed and updated in October 2015.

How we use population statistics 

We are required to ensure our services and facilities are accessible, inclusive and respond to current and emerging needs across life stages. We use community profile statistics and population forecasts extensively to provide insight and allow us to prepare broad strategies and plans.

In addition to broad strategic planning, we use this data for small area or neighbourhood planning (e.g. an activity centre in a suburb) and for detailed service planning (e.g. kindergarten provision).

Members of the community also use the data for business planning, strategic planning and grant applications for community groups and for personal study purposes.

For more information on how we use population statistics see the below documents.

Our Economic Profile

You can find out more about Bayside's latest economic profile at Economic.ID, including statistics on our GDP, local job and local businesses.

More information

For more information about Bayside facts, figures and statistics, contact our Research Officer on (03) 9599 4452.