This page provides general statistics about the City of Stirling. Access to more detailed economic, community and population profiles and statistics is also available here.
The City of Stirling has a population of almost 202,000 and a rich, diverse natural and physical landscape covering approximately 100 sq km, including:
- 6 km of coastline
- 627 ha of parks, gardens and developed reserves
- 500 ha of natural bushland
- 30 suburbs, from Railway Parade, Mount Lawley in the east, to Scarborough, Trigg, North Beach and Waterman in the west.
- 1050 km of roads
- 915 km of footpaths
- 84,000 rate assessments
- 88,000 dwellings (2007 estimate).
City of Stirling profile
The Australian Bureau of Statistics, Census
data provides information and data on the City of Stirling and its residents.
The Community Profile site provides information on:
- Population size and age distribution
- Migration, language, religion, income and education statistics
- Employment profiles
- Home and car ownership,
- Development, etc
Australian Bureau of Statistics Census Data