Gold Coast population profile
The profile presents data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) Census of Population and Housing (1991 to 2011) for the City of Gold Coast local government area, and for smaller areas within it (e.g. suburbs). This data is presented in easy to use tables, charts and commentary covering a wide range of census questions.
You can export data and generate PDF reports (with maps, tables and charts) for customised areas and topics including: age and gender; multicultural diversity; housing and tenure types; incomes and workforce; education; employment; and family composition for the selected area.
You can also compare results for your selected area to the City of Gold Coast, South East Queensland, Queensland and Australia.
Download and view our Gold Coast Community Profile Search Tips.
It's a valuable tool for the general public, students, community groups, organisations, business, investors, and the City of Gold Coast to learn more about their community.
The Gold Coast City Community Atlas is a series of interactive maps displaying data from the ABS 2011 Census of Population and Housing for Gold Coast City and smaller areas (e.g. suburbs).
A range of maps are available - including maps on population, ethnicity, education, household type, labour force, how people travel to work, housing tenure and cost, and computer use.
You can examine data for the whole city, or scroll down into smaller areas (e.g. a few streets or a suburb). It is a valuable tool to help the general public, students, community groups, organisations, business, investors, and the City of Gold Coast to identify spatial patterns and trends in the area.
Fact sheets and social research reports
These City of Gold Coast fact sheets provide resident population estimates, growth rates, and population density for small areas within the city.
Download and view our Gold Coast population fact sheets.
For a range of reports addressing city-wide analysis of various topics including population, social infrastructure, housing, disabilities, older and younger people, visit our Social research reports page.
Safe and Liveable Communities Branch
City of Gold Coast
Phone: 07 5581 6208