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Coastal drowning deaths per 100,000 persons (Regional)



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While Australia is famous for its beaches, the waters off the Australian coast can be unforgiving, with large swell and strong rips. This FACT indicates the number of coastal drownings per 100,000 persons that occurred throughout 2016-2017 in each Australian state and territory. The highest number of drowning deaths per 100,000 persons occurred in Tasmania, at 1.57 per 100,000, the lowest being Victoria at 0.25 per 100,00.


Based on Surf Life Saving Australia data from 2017

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