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Australians are some of the highest meat consumers in the world. According to the United Nation’s Food and Agriculture Organization data for 2009, Australians consume around 111.5 kilograms of meat per year on average. This number is more than double the world average of 41.9 kilograms. However, consumption patterns are starting to change, with a shift towards healthier, cheaper and more sustainable eating habits. In light of this, the number of vegetarian and vegan restaurants in Australia is growing.
This FACT indicates the number of 100% vegetarian and vegan restaurants per 100,000 persons in each state and territory. The state with the highest number of 100% vegetarian and vegan restaurants is Victoria, at 3.12 per 100,000 persons. The state with the lowest number per 100,000 is Western Australia, at 1.86.
This FACT indicates the number of international airlines that fly in and out of each major Australian city airport, from the year 2018. The data for this indicator was found by looking for a list of international airlines on each of the major airport’s websites. According to the data, Sydney has the most international airlines passing through its airport at 50, a huge disparity from Hobart, the lowest at 1.
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Reading - Percentage of Year 5 Indigenous students at or above the national minimum standard (Regional)
It is important to acknowledge the educational gap that exists with Indigenous Australians and how we need to collectively bridge this as a social priority by all levels of government.
This FACT indicates the amount of State and Territory Government funding spent on visual arts and crafts in 2012-2013. This includes the production and retailing of one-off or limited series visual arts and crafts products in either traditional or contemporary styles including digital works. Visual arts and crafts products include paintings, murals, drawings, cartoons, prints, photographic works of art, art installations, sculpture, ceramics, pottery, jewellery, woven or printed textile art, clothing and wearables, carvings, furniture, glass craft, metal craft and leather craft. Commercial photography services are also included. The numbers are represented in millions of dollars.
This FACT indicates the cost of a 10km taxi trip between 6:00 and 18:59 (peak time) in each Australian city (Including Flagfall). Due to a nation-wide crackdown on drink driving, coupled with relatively few public transport options and connections, taxis are, for many, the only viable transport option for a night out.
Based on results from taxifare.com.au in 2018 using the taxi fare calculator, the city with the highest fare during peak hour is Canberra, at $25.60 per 10km. The city with the cheapest fare is in Darwin at $19.80 per 10km.