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Tamworth Regional CouncilPopulation forecast

Tamworth Regional Council

What is

Tamworth Regional Council Population Forecasts

What is is a comprehensive online demographic forecast which shows how the population will change between 2016 and 2041. It helps council staff and community organisations understand the likely outcomes of current population trends and council policies on the future population of the area. is designed to answer the questions:

  • How will our community change in the future?
  • What is driving these changes?
  • Where and when should we allocate resources to communities?

Tamworth Regional Council forecast has been developed as a website linked to your Council website for ease of access by staff and the community, it can also be accessed directly at:

Tamworth Regional Council

What does it look like?

Information is presented in a variety of formats. These include charts showing changes over time, tables with detailed age and household type data, and interactive maps showing the spatial distribution of change over selectable time periods.

What information is included?

Tamworth Regional Council population forecast website is a public website containing detailed population, dwelling and household forecasts under the following menu structure:

About the forecast areas


  • Residential development
  • Net migration by age
  • Non-private dwellings

Forecast results

  • Population, households and dwellings
  • Components of population change
  • Population and age structure
  • Household types

Forecast mapping

  • Dwellings and development map
  • Population and age structure map
  • Household types map


Data exporter

About the forecasts

Forecast methodology

  • Factors of population change
  • Household and suburbs life-cycles
  • Forecast modelling process
  • Notes on base data
  • FAQs
  • Glossary
  • References

For which geographic areas?

Tamworth Regional Council population forecast provides comprehensive data for the following geographic areas:

Small Area
  • Appleby
  • Attunga
  • Banoon
  • Barraba
  • Barraba - Rural North
  • Barry
  • Bective
  • Bendemeer
  • Bithramere
  • Borah Creek
  • Bowling Alley Point
  • Bundarra
  • Calala
  • Calala (Residential)
  • Calala (rural) - Nemingha
  • Calala (urban)
  • Crawney
  • Daruka
  • Duncans Creek
  • Dungowan
  • Duri
  • East Tamworth
  • Eastern Highlands
  • Garoo
  • Garthowen
  • Gidley
  • Goonoo Goonoo
  • Gowrie
  • Halls Creek
  • Hallsville
  • Hallsville - Daruka - Moore Creek
  • Hanging Rock
  • Hills Plain
  • Hillvue
  • Ironbark
  • Kentucky
  • Kingswood
  • Klori
  • Kootingal
  • Limbri
  • Lindesay
  • Longarm
  • Loomberah
  • Manilla
  • Manilla and District
  • Mayvale
  • Moonbi
  • Moonbi - Kootingal
  • Moore Creek
  • Moore Creek - Daruka - Tintinhull - Hallsville
  • Mulla Creek
  • Namoi River
  • Nemingha
  • New Mexico
  • Niangala
  • North Tamworth
  • Nundle
  • Nundle - Rural South
  • Ogunbil
  • Oxley Vale
  • Piallamore
  • Red Hill
  • Retreat
  • Rushes Creek
  • Somerton
  • South Tamworth
  • Taminda
  • Tamworth
  • Tamworth - LRF
  • Tamworth CBD - East Tamworth
  • Tamworth Urban Area
  • Thirldene
  • Timbumburi
  • Tintinhull
  • Upper Manilla
  • Wallamore
  • Warrabah
  • Warral
  • Warral - Kingswood
  • Warral - Kingswood - Nemingha - Calala (Rural)
  • Watsons Creek
  • Weabonga
  • West Tamworth
  • West Tamworth (Central)
  • West Tamworth (Coledale)
  • Westdale
  • Westdale - Taminda
  • Western Rural
  • Wimborne
  • Winton
  • Wongo Creek
  • Woodsreef
  • Woolbrook
  • How can I access Tamworth Regional Council population forecast?

    Tamworth Regional Council forecast can be accessed via the Tamworth Regional Council website or at:

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