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List of Australian states and territories by gross state product

This is the most recent list of Australian states and territories by gross state product (GSP) and GSP per capita. Also included are the GSP and population growth tables as well as a comparison table showing the surplus/deficit between state final demand (SFD) and GSP for the same financial year. All the data were taken from the Australian Bureau of Statistics website.

Contents

  • States and territories by GSP and GSP per capita 1
  • States and territories by GSP growth 2
  • States and territories by population growth 3
  • States and territories by comparison between SFD and GSP 4
  • Historical gross state product (1989–90 to 2012–13) 5
  • See also 6
  • References 7

States and territories by GSP and GSP per capita

State or territory GSP[1]
(million A$, 2013–14)
Population[2]
(end Jun qtr 2014)
GSP per capita
(A$, 2013–14)
New South Wales 487,637 7,518,500 64,858
Victoria 343,819 5,841,700 58,856
Queensland 295,142 4,722,400 62,498
Western Australia 256,188 2,573,400 99,552
South Australia 95,199 1,685,700 56,474
Australian Capital Territory 35,566 386,000 92,140
Tasmania 24,905 514,800 48,378
Northern Territory 21,205 245,100 86,516
Australia (GDP) 1,559,662 23,490,700 66,395

States and territories by GSP growth

State or territory GSP[3]
(million A$, 2003–04)
GSP
(million A$, 2013–14)
Net growth
(million A$)
Growth rate
per year
New South Wales 399,266 487,637 88,371 2.21%
Victoria 270,155 343,819 73,664 2.73%
Queensland 208,487 295,142 86,655 4.16%
Western Australia 158,629 256,188 97,559 6.15%
South Australia 77,665 95,199 17,534 2.26%
Australian Capital Territory 27,132 35,566 8,434 3.11%
Tasmania 21,611 24,905 3,294 1.52%
Northern Territory 14,034 21,205 7,171 5.11%
Australia (GDP) 1,178,187 1,559,662 381,475 3.24%

States and territories by population growth

State or territory Population[4]
(end Jun qtr 2004)
Population
(end Jun qtr 2014)
Net growth Growth rate
per year
New South Wales 6,731,300 7,518,500 787,200 1.17%
Victoria 4,972,800 5,841,700 868,900 1.75%
Queensland 3,882,000 4,722,400 840,400 2.16%
Western Australia 1,982,200 2,573,400 591,200 2.98%
South Australia 1,534,300 1,685,700 151,400 0.99%
Australian Capital Territory 324,000 386,000 62,000 1.91%
Tasmania 482,100 514,800 32,700 0.68%
Northern Territory 199,900 245,100 45,200 2.26%
Australia 20,111,300 23,490,700 3,379,400 1.68%

States and territories by comparison between SFD and GSP

State or territory SFD[5]
(million A$, 2013–14)
GSP
(million A$, 2013–14)
Surplus / deficit
New South Wales 461,522 487,637 26,115
Victoria 353,422 343,819 −9,603
Queensland 315,123 295,142 −19,981
Western Australia 213,563 256,188 42,625
South Australia 97,487 95,199 −2,288
Australian Capital Territory 57,875 35,566 −22,309
Tasmania 27,631 24,905 −2,726
Northern Territory 28,933 21,205 −7,728
Australia (DFD) 1,555,555 1,559,662 4,107

Historical gross state product (1989–90 to 2012–13)

See also

References

  1. ^ "Gross State Product, 2013-14 Financial Year".  
  2. ^ "Australian Demographic Statistics, June 2014".  
  3. ^ "Gross State Product, 2003-04 Financial Year".  
  4. ^ "Australian Demographic Statistics, June 2004".  
  5. ^ "State Final Demand, 2013-14 Financial Year".  
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