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Indigenous Australians in capital cities



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This FACT indicates the percentage of Indigenous Australians in each city. The greater proportion of Australia’s Indigenous population live in non-urban areas rather than in cities and Central Business Districts. Nevertheless, Australia’s 8 major city centres are home to 43 per cent of Australia’s Indigenous population. The city with the highest percentage of indigenous population is Darwin, at 9.20 percent. There is a large gap between first and second cities, with Hobart's Indigenous population proportion at 3.10 percent. The city with the smallest Indigenous population is Melbourne, at just 0.5 percent. This data was sourced from the Australian Governments Department of Infrastructure and Transport, Major Cities Unit, State of Australian Cities 2011 document.


Source: State of Australian Cities, 2011

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