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This FACT indicates the proportion of cargo (tonnes) per 100,000 people loaded as a result of importing and exporting in each Australian city. This data is represented in thousands. The city with the highest number is the Perth with 1,795,400 tonnes. The city with the lowest number is Sydney with 549,340 tonnes.
The wine industry in Australia continues to grow year by year. Australian wine regions are recognised worldwide as being some of the greatest in world. Australia’s international reputation is proven by the 750 million litres of wine that goes to the international export market each year speaks accolade in terms of Australia’s reputation as a wine producing company. In fact, only 40% of wine produced in Australia is consumed domestically.
This FACT indicates the number of cellar doors in each state and territory. A cellar door allows people to purchase wine directly from the wine company. Victoria has the most cellar doors, at 484. The territory with the least amount is the Northern Territory, which has none.
*The data for the Australian Capital Territory’s count of cellar doors has been included in the New South Wales count.
This FACT indicates the number of days waited for patient admissions from waiting lists for Prostatectomy surgery in the 90th percentile in each state. The 90th percentile means that 90 percent of the people admitted from waiting lists are admitted within and beyond 365 days. The other 10% are outliers and fall outside the range of the other 90 percent either above or below.
This FACT indicates the number of people in Australian capitals who speak Arabic at home. Arabic is the fifth-most commonly spoken language in the world, and is spoken most widely in Northern Africa, the Middle East, and East Africa.
Given the increase in migration from these regions to Australia over the past decade, the number of people who speak Arabic at home has increased. However, this number is still significantly lower than other major languages spoken in Australia, which are namely Chinese languages, Indo-Aryan languages, Vietnamese, Italian, and Greek, to name a few.
According to the results of the 2016 ABS Census, the city with the highest number of people who speak Arabic at home is Sydney, at 192,248 persons. The city with the lowest number is Darwin at 271 persons.
This FACT indicates the percentage of people with a bachelor’s degree qualification who are male in each capital. A bachelor’s degree is typically earned after undertaking 3 to 5 years of undergraduate study, although this range can vary depending on the field of study, study load and, of course, the student’s diligence.