City of Fremantle
Population and age structure map
The area with the greatest increase in persons aged 0 to 4 years between 2016 and 2036 in the City of Fremantle is Fremantle.
Knowing when and where to deliver age-based services is an essential part of local government planning. Mapping the distribution of selected age groups across the City of Fremantle provides the evidence-base for efficiently targeting and delivering these services. You can learn more about how places move through cycles of change which affect their age by visiting population and age structure.
|Population and age structure - persons aged 0 to 4 years|
|City of Fremantle||2016||2036||Change between 2016 and 2036|
|City of Fremantle||1,619||5.3||2,384||5.6||+765||+47.2||10||0 to 4|
|Beaconsfield||332||6.3||423||6.2||+91||+27.4||100||0 to 4|
|Fremantle||364||4.2||906||5.7||+542||+149.0||110||0 to 4|
|Hilton - O'Connor||343||7.4||284||5.8||-59||-17.3||120||0 to 4|
|North Fremantle||154||4.3||285||5.3||+131||+85.4||130||0 to 4|
|Samson||100||4.9||104||4.9||+4||+3.6||140||0 to 4|
|South Fremantle||135||4.2||204||5.2||+69||+51.1||150||0 to 4|
|White Gum Valley||191||6.1||177||5.4||-14||-7.2||160||0 to 4|
Population and household forecasts, 2016 to 2036, prepared by .id (opens a new window), the population experts, December 2017.