Northern Inland Information & Data Resources

This page has access to various data and information on the Northern Inland Region. We will continue to add to it over time. If you have anything to contribute, please email us at rdani@rdani.org.au.


REMPLAN

RDA Northern Inland subscribes to REMPLAN - providing access to detailed demographic data for 1991 to 2011 Census years, economic data and maps for up to 114 industry sectors as well as population and employment forecasts for the Northern Inland Region.

 

There are three sections available for you to access; Community Profile, Economic Profile and Investment Profile.

 

 

 


REMPLAN Community is an easy to use but powerful resource for planning and economic development professionals. Incorporating data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics Census (ABS) 2011, 2006, 2001, 1996 and 1991, REMPLAN provides valuable insights into the unique characteristics of your communities and the changes that have occurred over time.

 

 


Our local economy at a glance. The summary page of our public access economic profile provides headline stats on local population, employment, output, tourism and gross regional product (GRP). From this page explore and understand our economy in terms of industry contributions, the role of tourism, workforce characteristics and trends.

 


Economic Profile - Chinese Version 经济概况

Click here for a copy of the Northern Inland Economic Profile in Chinese 经济概况

 

 


This section contains information on investment opportunities and major projects for the Northern Inland Region that are seeking investment.

 

 


Regional Knowledge Base

The Regional Knowledge Base is an initiative of the Regional Australia Institute, Australia’s first national, apolitical, independent think tank devoted exclusively to regional issues.

 

The Regional Knowledge Base has been created from their Stocktake of Regional Research.

It provides easy access to the regional research completed since 2000, current regional data sets and new research underway.

 

You can search, browse or help grow the knowledge base by contributing. Click Here.





http://www.rdani.org.au/our-region/regional-data.php