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ABS - Net Internal and Overseas Migration Estimates - by Age (SA3) 2017-2020

Australian Urban Research Infrastructure Network (AURIN)
Government of the Commonwealth of Australia - Australian Bureau of Statistics (Owned by)
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ctx_ver=Z39.88-2004&rft_val_fmt=info%3Aofi%2Ffmt%3Akev%3Amtx%3Adc&rfr_id=info%3Asid%2FANDS&rft_id=http://data.aurin.org.au/dataset/60cc8b18-1ca4-4406-91e0-ce5c2bfcd1e3&rft.title=ABS - Net Internal and Overseas Migration Estimates - by Age (SA3) 2017-2020&rft.identifier=au-govt-abs-abs-regional-internal-migration-by-age-sa3-2017-2020-sa3-2016&rft.publisher=Australian Urban Research Infrastructure Network (AURIN)&rft.description=AURIN Portal - Access to this dataset is via the AURIN Portal. Anyone with an **.edu.au** email address, or an Australian Access Federation (AAF) account, can log into the AURIN Portal and retrieve data based on access privileges. If you have a **.gov.au** affiliation and would like access, please register here for an account.This dataset presents the estimates of the internal and overseas migration statistics of Australia by age by Statistical Area Level 3 (SA3) following the 2016 Australian Statistical Geography Standard (ASGS). The dataset spans from the 2016-17 financial year up to the 2019-20 financial year.\n\nOverseas migration is the movement of people from overseas to Australia's sub-state areas and vice-versa. It cannot be directly measured and is estimated by breaking down overseas migrant arrivals and departures at the state level to sub-state areas, using information from the most recent Census. The state-level overseas migration data is sourced from Department of Home Affairs processing systems, visa information, and incoming passenger cards, and is published in [National, state and territory population](https://www.abs.gov.au/statistics/people/population/national-state-and-territory-population/latest-release).\n\nInternal migration is the movement of people across a specified boundary within Australia involving a change in place of usual residence. It cannot be directly measured and is instead estimated using administrative data. The movement of people between and within Australia's states and territories cannot be directly measured and is estimated using administrative data. Internal migration is estimated based on a combination of Census data (usual address one year ago), Medicare change of address data (provided by Services Australia), and Department of Defence records (for military personnel only). \n\nThe Medicare source data is assigned to a state or territory and GCCSA for a person's departure and arrival locations, based on the postcodes of their residential addresses as registered with Medicare. Postcodes are assigned wholly to a state/territory and GCCSA based on best fit. Where a postcode is split across areas, it is assigned to the area that contains the majority of that postcode's population.\n\nFor more information please visit the [Regional population methodology](https://www.abs.gov.au/methodologies/regional-population-methodology/2019-20).\n\n AURIN has spatially enabled the [original data](https://explore.data.abs.gov.au/vis?tm=migration&pg=0&df[ds]=ABS_ABS_TOPICS&df[id]=ABS_REGIONAL_MIGRATION&df[ag]=ABS&df[vs]=1.0.0&pd=%2C&dq=9%2B6.SA3..TT%2B6599%2B4564%2B2544%2B1524%2B0014.A&ly[rs]=AGE&ly[rw]=ASGS_2016&ly[cl]=MIG_TYPE%2CTIME_PERIOD).&rft.creator=Government of the Commonwealth of Australia - Australian Bureau of Statistics&rft.date=2022&rft.coverage=EPSG:4283 (GDA_1994)&rft.coverage=96.81,-43.75 159.11,-43.75 159.11,-9.14 96.81,-9.14 96.81,-43.75&rft_rights=© Government of the Commonwealth of Australia - Australian Bureau of Statistics 2021&rft_rights=Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/&rft_subject=Demography&rft_subject=HUMAN SOCIETY&rft_subject=Migration&rft.type=dataset&rft.language=English Access the data

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This dataset presents the estimates of the internal and overseas migration statistics of Australia by age by Statistical Area Level 3 (SA3) following the 2016 Australian Statistical Geography Standard (ASGS). The dataset spans from the 2016-17 financial year up to the 2019-20 financial year.\n\nOverseas migration is the movement of people from overseas to Australia's sub-state areas and vice-versa. It cannot be directly measured and is estimated by breaking down overseas migrant arrivals and departures at the state level to sub-state areas, using information from the most recent Census. The state-level overseas migration data is sourced from Department of Home Affairs processing systems, visa information, and incoming passenger cards, and is published in [National, state and territory population](https://www.abs.gov.au/statistics/people/population/national-state-and-territory-population/latest-release).\n\nInternal migration is the movement of people across a specified boundary within Australia involving a change in place of usual residence. It cannot be directly measured and is instead estimated using administrative data. The movement of people between and within Australia's states and territories cannot be directly measured and is estimated using administrative data. Internal migration is estimated based on a combination of Census data (usual address one year ago), Medicare change of address data (provided by Services Australia), and Department of Defence records (for military personnel only). \n\nThe Medicare source data is assigned to a state or territory and GCCSA for a person's departure and arrival locations, based on the postcodes of their residential addresses as registered with Medicare. Postcodes are assigned wholly to a state/territory and GCCSA based on best fit. Where a postcode is split across areas, it is assigned to the area that contains the majority of that postcode's population.\n\nFor more information please visit the [Regional population methodology](https://www.abs.gov.au/methodologies/regional-population-methodology/2019-20).\n\n AURIN has spatially enabled the [original data](https://explore.data.abs.gov.au/vis?tm=migration&pg=0&df[ds]=ABS_ABS_TOPICS&df[id]=ABS_REGIONAL_MIGRATION&df[ag]=ABS&df[vs]=1.0.0&pd=%2C&dq=9%2B6.SA3..TT%2B6599%2B4564%2B2544%2B1524%2B0014.A&ly[rs]=AGE&ly[rw]=ASGS_2016&ly[cl]=MIG_TYPE%2CTIME_PERIOD).

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AURIN Portal - Access to this dataset is via the AURIN Portal. Anyone with an **.edu.au** email address, or an Australian Access Federation (AAF) account, can log into the AURIN Portal and retrieve data based on access privileges. If you have a **.gov.au** affiliation and would like access, please register here for an account.
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text: EPSG:4283 (GDA_1994)

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