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Welcome to Rockhampton Regional Council population forecasts

The Rockhampton Regional Council population forecast for 2017 is 87,769, and is forecast to grow to 113,096 by 2036.

The Rockhampton Regional Council population and household forecasts present what is driving population change in the community and how the population, age structure and household types will change each year between 2011 and 2036.

The forecasts are designed to provide community groups, Council, investors, business, students and the general public with knowledge to make confident decisions about the future.

These forecasts were last updated in October 2014 by .id, the population experts, on behalf of Rockhampton Regional Council. Forecasts are available for each year from 2011 to 2036.

Forecast population
Forecast population 2036 forecast population: 113,096 2035 forecast population: 111,757 2034 forecast population: 110,399 2033 forecast population: 109,017 2032 forecast population: 107,686 2031 forecast population: 106,362 2030 forecast population: 104,997 2029 forecast population: 103,624 2028 forecast population: 102,317 2027 forecast population: 101,020 2026 forecast population: 99,705 2025 forecast population: 98,399 2024 forecast population: 97,043 2023 forecast population: 95,674 2022 forecast population: 94,327 2021 forecast population: 92,998 2020 forecast population: 91,677 2019 forecast population: 90,363 2018 forecast population: 89,087 2017 forecast population: 87,769 2016 forecast population: 86,536 2015 forecast population: 85,067 2014 forecast population: 83,629 2013 forecast population: 82,066 2012 forecast population: 80,284 2011 forecast population: 78,936
Population and household forecasts, 2011 to 2036, prepared by .id, October 2014.

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