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This FACT indicates the average weekly disposable household income for low and middle income households in each Australian city. The city with the highest amount is Canberra at $549 percent. The city with the lowest is Sydney, at $524 percent.
Golfing is not only one of Australia’s favourite pastimes, but it also has a strong following in a professional sense. The PGA Tour of Australasia is the main competition in Australia for men. The PGA tour in Australia is one of the five licensed members of the International Federation of PGA Tours, which makes it a top tier tour. The prize money in 2013 won by contestants, ranged from A$484 to A$538,630 with 168 participating. In February 2014, Golf Digest ranked 3 Australian courses in the Top 20 in the world. This shows that Australia has the facilities and conditions to accommodate any golf lover.
This FACT indicates the number of golf courses each capital city has within a 50km area. Sydney is recognized as having the highest number, at 93, followed by Melbourne at 78. The lowest number of golf courses is Darwin, at 3.
This FACT indicates the total greenhouse (carbon dioxide) gas emissions in tonnes per person in 2016. The state and territory breakdown of total emissions includes emissions from daily commercial, industry, residential, land use, land use change and forestry (LULUCF).
The state with the highest emissions per person is the Northern Territory, at 72.10 tonnes of carbon dioxide emitted per person. The state with the lowest emissions per person was Tasmania, at 0.0 tonnes. This represents a process of net sequestration, whereby greenhouse gasses are stored in the soil.
This FACT indicates the percentage of family households in each Australian city. Results from the 2016 ABS Census show that the city with the highest percentage of family households is Sydney, at 73.6 percent. The city with the lowest percentage is Hobart, at 67 percent.
How much do we pay to get rid of our waste? This FACT indicates the water and sewerage consumer price index for each Australian city. In other words, this index indicates the price paid for this utility, using the 2016-17 index of 100 as a base. The Australian average for water and sewerage consumer price index in 2017 was 114, meaning that populations in Australian capital cities were generally paying close to the national average. However, there are disparities in Sydney who were paying well under at 99.4, and Darwin who were paying well over at 141.2.