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What can the price of a Cappuccino tell you about a city? This FACT indicates the average price of a cup of coffee in each city according to the Gilkatho Cappuccino Price Index™ (CPI). The CPI average for each city was found by a survey of over 1100 coffee venues in each Australian city. According to international consumer figures, Australians consume over 2.7 kg of coffee per person each year. The data here represents prices as of February 2016. The city with the highest average price of coffee is Perth, at $3.86 a cup. The city with the lowest average coffee price is Sydney, at $3.35 a cup. Data for Darwin was not available.
This FACT indicates the household gas usage in petajoules per 100,000 persons, in each Australian state. The state with the highest usage is Victoria with 1.89 PJ per 100,000 people. The state with the lowest is the Northern Territory with 0.00 PJ per 100,000 people.
*Data for the ACT could not be obtained.
This FACT indicates the number of people with Greek ancestry determined by the birthplace of their parents per 100,000 persons. This includes the birth of either both parents overseas, their father only born overseas, their mother only born overseas, both parents born in Australia, or birthplace not stated. The city with highest number per 100,000 persons is Melbourne, at 3614, closely followed by Adelaide at 2832.36. The city with the lowest number is Perth, at 697 per 100,000.
This FACT indicates the number of live music night club venues in each Australian state according to the Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA), as of September 2011. The state with the highest number is Victoria at 32 venues. The state with the lowest is tied between the Northern Territory and Tasmania at 1 each.
Percentage of a city's population that have not changed residence within the 5 years until 2016 (Regional)
How often do people change their place of residence? This FACT indicates the percentage of people who live in greater area of their capital city, who have had the same residency for the 5 years between 2011 and 2016. This FACT may offer an insight into how transient a population is, the proportion of renters to owners, the average age of a city, the number of students in a city (where less students would suggest a lower rate of moving house) or employment stability versus mobility, advantages and disadvantages of both types. The city with the highest percentage of people that keep the same residency is Adelaide at 57.3 percent (stability). The city in which people tend to change residence more frequently is Darwin, at 37.7 percent (mobile population).