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Electricity usage for electricity, gas, water & waste services per 100,000 persons (GW/hr) (Regional)
This FACT indicates the electricity usage for electricity, gas and water per 100,000 persons (gigawatt/hr) in each Australian state. The state with the highest usage is Tasmania at 149.79 GW/hr, per 100,000 people. The state with the lowest usage is New South Wales at 109.36 GW/hr per 100,000 people.
How much does it cost to rent a house or unit in Australia? Unsurprisingly, this number varies dramatically depending on size and suburb, and there is also great disparity between cities. This FACT indicates the median rental rate for a house or unit in each Australian capital city. The median has been utilised as it gives a more accurate reflection of the overall data set. The median value is the middle price in a series of sales, where half of the sales are of lower value and half are of higher value. Here, all house and unit types and sizes have been considered. The data is represented in thousands and represents the statistics for September 2017. In Australia, rent and mortgage repayments are generally calculated in weekly instalments, and so the data here represents weekly repayments.
This FACT indicates the percentage of households that own one desktop computer in Australian state according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics.
This FACT indicates the percentage of each state and territory's population, aged between 25 and 64, who hold a Certificate 3 or lower, as of 2017.
This FACT indicates the total length of roads in each Australian state, measured in kilometres. It includes highways, arterial roads, local roads, and busways in both urban and non-urban settings. The state with the greatest total length of roads is Queensland, with 223,388.5 kilometres, closely followed by New South Wales, with 207,239.4 kilometres. In last place is Australia's smallest mainland territory, the Australian Capital Territory, with 3,447.7 kilometres.