The City of Kingston community profile presents the population characteristics of our community, how they have changed over time and how they compare to other areas. It assists Council, the general public, students, community groups, business and investors to become more informed about the community.
The profile presents data from 2016, 2011, 2006, 2001, 1996 and 1991 Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) Census of Population and Housing for our local government area, and for smaller areas within it (e.g. suburbs). This data is presented in easy to use tables, charts and commentary to answer the majority of frequently asked socio-demographic questions.
The City of Kingston community atlas presents key socio-demographic characteristics for the area in a series of interactive maps. Based on data from the 2016 Census of Population and Housing (Australian Bureau of Statistics), each map is prepared using the finest level of detail to help identify spatial patterns and trends in the area.
The City of Kingston Population Forecasts shows the anticipated changes in population, age structure and household types across Kingston and it's suburbs. This data is presented in easy to use tables, charts and commentary and is designed to inform community groups, Council, investors, business, students and the general public. Useful information is included illustrating the methodology used to forecast population and household changes over the coming decades.
Kingston is a great place to live, work and invest, offering a skilled labour force, a robust economy and effective infrastructure. Kingston is recognised as a manufacturing powerhouse but is also home to a diverse range of world-class businesses, including a strong retail sector. Other land uses include farming, fishing, market gardens, quarrying, manufacturing, retailing and transport (including Moorabbin Airport).This website provides economic and demographic insights into the City of Kingston. Read more here or for further information please see Kingston Business.