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Average 4 hour CBD parking prices

While many Australians drive into the CBD, do the costs of parking outweigh the convenience in some cities? While many assume taxis, for example, to be an unnecessary expense, using this mode of transport could indeed be cheaper than driving and parking in the CBD depending on where you live.

This FACT indicates the average cost of parking for four hours in a secure CBD parking garage in each Australian city. The city with the highest average price for four hour parking is Sydney at A$77. The city with the lowest price for four hour parking is Darwin at A$4.70. There is an obvious contrast between the two cities which raises discussions regarding the intent of policies.

Length of coastline per 1,000 persons (km) (Regional)

Australia is a country which is famously known to be a country, gird by seas. Much of the Australian lifestyle revolves around the sea with all of the cities within relatively close proximity to it. The coastal land is more fertile and arable than inland Australia, therefore we have been forced to move to the countrys' borders.

This FACT indicates the length of coastline in each Australian state per 1,000 persons. The Northern Territory has the longest coastline per 1,000 persons with 47.865 kilometers, whereas the ACT which has no ocean coastal region, but does border a lake has only 0.10 kilometers per 1,000 persons.

Number of microbreweries (Regional)

Australians are amongst the biggest beer drinkers in the world. Beer - and breweries - comprise a symbolic part of Australian social culture. In recent years, the microbrewery trend has gained traction, with an increase in the number of small-scale beer producers brewing boutique beers and ciders.

This FACT indicates the total number of microbreweries in each state and territory from the year 2018. The state with the higest number of microbrewerys is Victoria at 151 brewerys. Conversely, The Northern Territory is at the opposite end with 3 local brewerys. The data were collected in 2018.

Unemployment Rate (Regional)

Finding and keeping a job is a frequent topic of discussion across all industries and communities. The majority of Australians have a positive professional narrative, with unemployment rates across the country relatively low, particularly when compared to international standards. The unemployment rate in Australia was last reported at 6.0 percent in February 2018. Historically, from 1978 until 2013, Australia's unemployment rate has averaged 7.0 percent. In February 1993 it reached an all-time high of 12.1 percent, and sixteen years later, a record low of just 3.9 percent in July 2007. 

This FACT indicates the unemployment rate of each Australian state/territory, which is defined as the number of people actively looking for a job, as a percentage of the labour force in February 2018. In Australia, there is no minimum requirement of hours to be considered unemployed. In other words, a person who works one hour per week is considered employed. The state/territory with the lowest unemployment rate is the Northern Territory, at 4.2 percent. The state/territory with the highest rate of unemployment is Queensland at 7.0 percent. South Australia and Western Australia a close second at 6.7 percent.

Urban public transport passenger kilometres travelled per year (estimated for 2011)

Urban public transport is an important part of the transport task, and effective public transport systems provide benefits for individuals and the community as a whole. This FACT indicates the total number of passenger kilometres travelled (in billions) modelled for 2014-2015.

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