G21 Region Data Profile 2014

The G21 Region Data Profile 2014 provides an evidence base for G21 planning, priority project implementation and advocacy for regional growth, health, wellbeing and sustainability. The Profile contains an analysis of relevant data and a narrative report for the G21 region.

The G21 Region Profile is supported by five municipal-specific companion profiles — covering Colac-Otway, Golden Plains, Queenscliffe, Surf Coast and Greater Geelong — and sets of data tables.

Click here to view the G21 Region Profile
Click here to view the G21 Region Profile Data Tables

Click here to view the Colac Otway Region Profile
Click here to view the Colac Otway Region Profile Data Tables

Click here to view the Golden Plains Region Profile 
Click here to view the Golden Plains Region Profile Data Tables

Click here to view the Greater Geelong Region Profile 
Click here to view the Greater Geelong Region Profile Data Tables

Click here to view the Queenscliffe Region Profile
Click here to view the Queenscliffe Region Profile Data Tables

Click here to view the Surf Coast Region Profile
Click here to view the Surf Coast Region Profile Data Tables
 

The Region Profiles describes particular strengths and challenges the region faces, with special consideration to the experience of potentially vulnerable population groups based on gender, life stage, culture and emerging communities, Aboriginal, disability, and Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex (GLBTI) status.

The documents include relevant health and wellbeing information on subjects as diverse as population characteristics and diversity, SEIFA data, housing stock and household composition, transport preferences and options, education, employment, income, industry, volunteering, community and road safety, health behaviour and profile, and climate change.

In addition to describing the current and trend status of available data, the analysis identifies key issues for the region, LGAs and population groups that require strengthening or advocacy.

 

Note: G21 is not publishing hard-copies of these documents. PDF documents can be downloaded for printing from the links above.