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The area with the greatest increase in males aged 0 to 16 years between 2016 and 2041 in the City of Perth is East Perth (Riverside).
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 Perth 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 - males aged 0 to 16 years|
|City of Perth||2016||2041||Change between 2016 and 2041|
|City of Perth||856||6.0||1,712||6.9||+856||+99.9|
|Central Perth (East)||80||5.4||182||5.0||+102||+127.3|
|Central Perth (West)||109||6.9||221||6.3||+112||+103.1|
|East Perth (Claisebrook)||129||6.2||239||7.2||+110||+85.7|
|East Perth (Langley)||197||5.8||259||6.7||+62||+31.6|
|East Perth (Riverside)||37||8.1||278||10.2||+241||+651.3|
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