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City of SydneyPopulation forecast

City of Sydney

Population and age structure map

The area with the greatest increase in persons aged 0 to 16 years between 2016 and 2041 in the City of Sydney is Green Square - City South.

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 Sydney 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 16 years
City of Sydney20162041Change between 2016 and 2041
City of Sydney16,8447.531,0278.8+14,183+84.2
CBD - Harbour4324.91,2396.2+807+186.8
Chinatown - CBD South1,1685.52,4086.1+1,240+106.2
Crown - Baptist Streets1,6197.02,2627.5+644+39.7
Glebe Point Road2,2149.22,7409.9+526+23.8
Green Square - City South3,1069.59,75011.9+6,643+213.9
Harris Street1,7448.72,2669.1+522+29.9
King Street2,19910.13,1809.9+981+44.6
Macleay Street - Woolloomooloo1,0244.51,1704.9+145+14.2
Oxford Street1,4737.31,4746.9+10
Redfern Street1,8646.34,5398.7+2,675+143.5
Source: Population and household forecasts, 2016 to 2041, prepared by .id (informed decisions), February 2019.

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