11 datasets found

Tags: western australia

  • State Tourism Satellite Accounts, 2015-16

    Tourism is a major export earner for Australia, a source of employment for hundreds of thousands of workers and a key driver of growth in the economy. Unlike many other...
  • WA Coastal Compartments Tertiary

    Coastal compartments are structural features relating to geological features and landforms that can be used to provide a framework for planning and management of the coastine....
  • WA Coastal Compartments Primary

    Coastal compartments are structural features relating to geological features and landforms that can be used to provide a framework for planning and management of the coastine....
  • WA Coastal Compartments Secondary

    Coastal compartments are structural features relating to geological features and landforms that can be used to provide a framework for planning and management of the coastine....
  • Residential Dwellings: Unstratfied Medians and Counts by Dwelling Type by GCCSA

    Provides estimates of changes in house prices in each of the eight capital cities of Australia. The information is presented in the form of price indexes constructed separately...
  • Housing Finance

    Statistics on Housing Finance Commitments (Owner Occupation) by Purpose excludes alterations and additions. Housing Finance statistics by lender includes refinancing across...
  • Labour Force

    This publication contains estimates of the civilian labour force derived from the Labour Force Survey component of the Monthly Population Survey.
  • Regional Statistics by Local Government Area (LGA)

    The National Regional Profile presents a standard set of data for a range of geographies, at this case at LGA level. The NRP is intended for users interested in the...
  • WWI Centenary Project

    To mark the centenary of World War I, the State Library is in the process of digitising material relating to this conflict. Items include photographs, books, letters, diaries,...
  • Adopt a soldier

    A collection of more than 700 photographs of World War I soldiers was digitised in 1999 as part of the Adopt-A-Soldier project.
  • In Memoriam Cards

    Collection of "In Memoriam" cards with photographs of West Australians killed during the First World War, with brief biographical notes.
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