Call us toll free: (08) 8227 0372
Top notch Multipurpose WordPress Theme!

CPI inflation



Data confidence level: Rating_circle_solid  Rating_circle_solid  Rating_circle_solid  Rating_circle_solid  Rating_circle_solid  


This FACT indicates the increase in percentage change of CPI (consumer price index) from June 2015 to September 2015 in each Australian city. CPI is used as a measure of inflation and consumer goods price differences. It provides insight into which Australian city is the most expensive, and especially how much prices have increased over a given time frame. The data shows that Brisbane has the highest inflation of CPI at .652 percent. Whereas Canberra's CPI inflation is considerably lower at 0.189 percent, followed closely by Sydney and Adelaide, at .277 and .281 percent respectively.

Low is good

Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics, 2015

Disclaimer:┬áPlease be aware that all this information provided on this website is subject to change, and is subject to our disclaimer statement. ipData (Australia’s Best City’s parent company) takes no responsibility for the accuracy or completeness of information, nor liability for damages or offence taken. Read the full disclaimer.