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Percentage of population living in beach council areas within 25km of the CBD

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This FACT indicates the percentage of population living in beach council areas within 25km of the CBD. Beach council areas are defined as local constituencies that directly border a beach. Using 2011 census data, the population of people living in the beach council areas was divided by the entire population. Australia, has 37,000 kilometres of coastline, including 11,011 recognised beaches, near which the vast majority of the population resides. 80 percent of Australians live in a coastal strip that extends from Cairns down to Adelaide, extending inland for only 50 kilometres. The coastline extends through a wide range of climates, from tropical in the north, to temperate in the south. The city with the highest percentage of people living in beach council areas is Darwin with 11.4 percent. The city with the lowest is Brisbane, with 0.3 percent

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Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics, Census data, 2011

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