The City of Stirling has a population of 219,981 (based on the 2016 census data) and a rich, diverse natural and physical landscape covering approximately 104 sq km, including:
- 6.5 km of coastline
- 627 ha of parks, gardens and developed reserves
- 616 ha of natural bushland
- 30 suburbs, from Railway Parade, Mount Lawley in the east, to Scarborough, Trigg, North Beach and Waterman in the west.
- 1,118 km of roads
- 984 km of footpaths
- 98,000 rated properties.
City of Stirling Profile – Australian Bureau of Statistics
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,
City of Stirling profile - REMPLAN
The City of Stirling has purchased a subscription to REMPLAN which provides members of the public to a range of insightful information about the City of Stirling and its demographics. REMPLAN provides access to detailed demographic data for 1991 to 2011 Census years.
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