COVID 19: Is Australia really different?

Sociodemographics and COVID-19

Is Australia really different from Italy and Spain?

Australia has thus far managed to keep its rate of new infections related to COVID-19 low and its total number of issued tests high relative to other Western developed nations. Watching the numbers climb amidst the rest of the world, many have growing concerns, wondering if the current rate of infections will continue to climb for the next several months in Australia or if the curve will level sooner. Government Deputy Chief Medical Officer Professor Paul Kelly issued a public statement expressing his profound faith in the Australian government moving forward, stating, “We are not Italy, Iran, or Spain…we have reason to be confident we will keep ahead of the curve.” He goes on to list government efforts alongside common sense health guidance, leaving many to wonder if this is an unfounded sense of exceptionalism or if there really is something unique about Australia compared to other countries. 

As it turns out, there are significant differences between European nations such as Spain and Italy, who have been hit particularly hard by COVID-19, and Australia. But there are also similarities. Thorough analysis of these various social, spatial, and demographic factors which predate COVID-19 could offer valuable insight into its possible spread. It is only through first understanding this framework that we are able to accurately predict what is to come and safeguard against it.

Proxemics: The Study of Personal Space

Southern Europeans consistently have lower personal space requirements than average, rivaled only by Eastern Europeans and Latin Americans. Though this varies based on the individual, on average Italians and Spaniards in social situations are comfortable standing 90cm apart from strangers and around 70cm from acquaintances. When speaking with close family and friends, Spaniards were comfortable with slightly under 60cm where Italians were comfortable with as little as 40cm. The result of these social conventions is a greatly reduced proximity well below the 1.8 meters of social distance recommended  to prevent the spread of coronavirus. 

In Italy, it is considered rude to position oneself towards the door rather than towards other individuals when in public, even in close proximity situations such as elevators. In both cultures, there was an overall tendency towards physical touch as an expression of friendliness or politeness. Reaching out to touch a friend’s arm in conversation is seen as a sign of friendliness. A kiss on both cheeks is considered to be a simple polite greeting. 

Both Spain and Italy are considered contact cultures, which embrace a high level of social engagement and reduced personal space restrictions. By contrast, Australia is a non contact culture, in which a much larger amount of personal space is considered the norm, even between close friends or family. 

When considering whether Australia will experience greater numbers of outbreaks in the coming months similar to what Italy or Spain has experienced, it is important to note that the behavioural adaptations Australians would have to make to comply with COVID-19 safety guidelines are much less drastic than people in contact cultures such as Italy or Spain. Behaviour that is considered basic manners in these places unfortunately pose a risk, as COVID-19 is primarily spread through respiratory droplets as a result of sneezing, coughing, speaking and even breathing. 

Population Density

While both Italy and Spain have larger overall populations, Australia has more major cities with over one million people residing there. The national population distribution in Australia is very stratified, with the majority of its population residing in urban areas but a large portion residing in rural areas. As COVID-19 seems to have spread more rapidly in densely populated areas, this may present a problem for the slight majority of Australia’s population.

While Australia is more heavily stratified in its population distribution than either Italy or Spain, this difference pales in comparison to the radically different land distributions of Australia compared to either Spain or Italy. The national area distribution is a measure of how the landmass of the country is used. Australia is dominated by rural land, leaving its population congregated into a smaller overall area than either Spain or Italy.  

Both Italy and Spain feature a relatively even distribution of its population in either intermediate or urban areas located throughout the countries. In contrast, Australia features an extremely dense concentration of its population in various cities in the Southeast. Almost 50% of Australia’s total population is located in Sydney, Melbourne, or Brisbane. The most populous area of Australia extends between Melbourne and Sydney along the ocean. 

While the overall population density of Australia is extremely low at only three residents per km2 due to the vast amount of rural areas, its urban population density is around 400 residents per km2

In contrast, the overall population density of Italy is reported at 206 residents per km2, with an urban population density that varied widely from 376 (Bologna) to 2,279 (Naples) residents per km2

The overall population density of Spain was somewhere in the middle at 94 residents per km2, but with an extremely high population densities in major metropolitan areas such as Barcelona and Cádiz at 15,991 residents per km2 and 9,700 per km2, respectively.

All of this seems to suggest that there is indeed a dramatic difference between the most densely populated areas of Spain and Italy as compared to Australia. If one was to journey by car from Sydney to Melbourne, the trip would take roughly 875km, requiring the driver to pass through several small to medium sized cities, with only Albury boasting over 50,000 residents. In contrast, a trip from Madrid to Barcelona would take roughly 621km, bypassing Lleida (over 430,000 residents) and Guadalajara (over 258,000 residents) along the way. The journey from the major hubs of Italy, Rome and Milan, is shortest of all at 573km. Yet along the way the driver would pass Parma, Bologna, and FLorence, all with populations of over 190,000. So while Australia’s population is concentrated in the same region, there is a reduced overall chance of spreading infection between major population hubs. 

While it is true that COVID-19 has the capacity to infiltrate rural areas, its reach is limited should individuals follow safety guidelines. Within rural areas, engagement with others is much less frequent and outside of a few household tasks such as grocery shopping, refueling gasoline, and picking up prescriptions, it is not inevitable. Those in rural areas are accustomed to a certain degree of social isolation and already have a culture of self-sufficiency that lends well to the unique safety precautions surrounding the virus.

Furthermore, unlike both Italy and Spain, Australia is an isolated continent. This makes it more difficult to circumvent regulations which attempt to safeguard against international spread of the disease. 

Aging Population

For many years now, Italy has had difficulty dealing with an aging population. Compared to Australia or Spain, Italy has a significantly higher percentage of its population over sixty-five and up to 60% of its population is over forty years of age. 

In Italy, around 96% of all elderly people continue to live in their own homes, relying largely on relatives to care for them when needed. Significant portions of the elderly population lived in homes with their adult children, which some critics argued may be putting these elders at risk. The impact of this when it comes to COVID-19 are debatable, as the country has experienced a wave of deaths in its nursing homes despite relatively low uptake for these services. It is possible that family members, who are often not medical professionals, may not take the necessary precautions to prevent the spread of illness.

In Spain, a significant proportion of the population considered caring for elderly relatives to be a moral duty, especially amongst the older and conservative members of the population. Though there was a distinct difference in that Spanish elders preferred to remain in their own homes out of a sense of pride rather than move in with the family members caring for them. Last year, over two million Spanish elders lived alone and heavily valued their autonomy. 

By contrast, Australia has a highly developed home care programme available to elders alongside traditional nursing home programs. Australian elders are more likely to request informal assistance from their spouses or formal assistance from private commercial organisations or government entities than other family members. This indicated a less strong cultural trend to require familial involvement in the care of elders than either Spain or Italy.

Cultural Components

Both Spain and Italy place a high value on family embeddedness, demonstrated in a reluctance for young people to obtain their own places of residence well after they are financially able to do so. These cultures highly value a high level of engagement with family members, with an increased value placed on the extended family than in Australia. This is indicated by the high levels of young people up to twenty-nine who continue to live with their parents, in both Italy and Spain. Though slightly over half of young people continue to live at home in Australia, there is a much less pronounced cultural trend that encourages young adults to continue to live with family.

Both Spain and Italy had distinct emphasis on their food cultures, often gathering with large groups of family, friends, or coworkers to share meals. Both countries offered generous lunch breaks in the middle of the day to encourage workers to gather for an extended meal break or take a siesta at home. 

Australians have marginally higher levels of internet usage as compared to either Spaniards or Italians, which has continued to be the case in the midst of the pandemic. This could help fortify individuals in their attempts to social distance, as habitual social media usage will lend to a decreased disruption in their social lives. 

Ultimately, no country is immune to the impacts of COVID-19, which has been demonstrated by news reporting and the lived experiences of healthcare workers the world over. There are some shared risks between Italy, Spain, and Australia regarding urban areas which feature higher levels of population density. Studies based in Africa have shown that coastal areas with large populations carry a greater importation risk than their landlocked counterparts. 

Overall, the sociodemographic data available before the COVID-19 outbreak would seem to indicate that there are significant differences in social behavioural patterns, cultural components, and urban sprawl when comparing the three countries. While only time will tell when the curve will flatten, it would seem that there are several components unique to Australia which provide significant fortifications against the spread of the virus.

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The World Bank: Population, total – Italy, Spain, Australia
Italy SpainAustralia
Total60,431,28346,723,74924,992,369

Worldometers
ItalySpainAustralia
Net population Density (perkm2)206943

World Population Review
cities > 1M100,000-1M10,000-100,000
Italy231892
Spain288770
Australia514375

OECD (% of total pop) in 2018
ItalySpainAustralia
Total population (million)60.44246.77324.993
Young population (<15)13.314.818.8
Working age population (15-64)6465.865.5
Elderly population (>65)22.6819.2915.66

WorldometersTotal casesNew Casestotal deathsnew deathstotal recoveredactive casesserious, crittot cases/1M popdeaths/1M poptotal teststests/1M pop
Italy1394221766926491952623693230629280712513349
Spain148,22014,79248,02185,4077,0693,170316355,5507,593
Australia60525028133189872372319,78412541

**Importation risk

(https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0140673620304116?casa_token=efNXKIKXYrUAAAAA:Vp2yssOjnLFhcF7WLHfjiLDkluCLCvm9UQ6PH4jgivX_Xpyv6VQhU-zG2RIWrhFqRMPPxLky9Q)

Gilbert et. al

Preparedness and vulnerability of African countries against importation of COVID-19

(https://science.sciencemag.org/content/early/2020/03/05/science.aba9757.abstract?casa_token=9UaHvgd9noMAAAAA:XAJg29gCAD7whhK_ugymKFGsOSz_0u_D3RUP69YlfEmg4hMMLUbl5ZmUOZ6OH7qvUfkmImOGfIOz_A)

Chinazzi et. al

The effect of travel restrictions on the spread of the novel coronavirus outbreak

Australia total land: 7,692,024 km2

.7% urban

53,844 km2 urban area

Spain total land: 505,990 km2

14.4% urban

72,862 km2 urban area

Italy total land: 301,338 km2

24.6% urban

74,129 km2 urban area

Italy

(https://worldpopulationreview.com/countries/italy-population/cities/)

(https://www.thelocal.it/20200309/map-which-parts-of-italy-are-affected-by-coronavirus-outbreak)

(https://github.com/pcm-dpc/COVID-19/blob/master/schede-riepilogative/regioni/dpc-covid19-ita-scheda-regioni-20200408.pdf)

Spain

(https://worldpopulationreview.com/countries/spain-population/cities/)

Australia

(https://worldpopulationreview.com/countries/australia-population/cities/)

10% of population in rural towns


Sydney’s Babycino Belt: Family Friendly Suburbs That Haven’t Lost Their Cool

So you have kids, or are planning some. They need great schools and safe places to play,  but you want to keep the vitality of places you’ve lived in your younger, freer days. You’re not ready to move to a typical suburban place just yet. You may now feel the urge to share with your childless friends how little sleep you’re getting and still feel solidarity even though their sleeplessness was very much by choice.

Is it possible to have it all? Can kids and parents all be happy in the one place? Of course you can, but how much is it going to cost you? I’ve mined our Microburbs data to find out, and present my top picks:

5. Rushcutters Bay

More than just a place to jog past hundreds of yachts, Rushcutters Bay is our eastside representative of Sydney’s fringe.

This exclusive suburb is 5 minutes walk from uber hip Kings Cross combined with access to Sydney’s east. It’s a halfway mark between gentrifying hipness on the west to the elite lifestyle of Darling Point to its east. A midpoint between star performer private schools SCEGGS and Ascham (both top 1%).

Just be careful with the young ones as mediocre performance in day cares might make a nanny a good option.

Family Score around Rushcutters Bay is shown here,  rising from middling (yellow) to high (green) in the east:

 

4. Bondi Beach

We’ve all been to Bondi and admired the brash culture of the East, where money meets backpackers, but have you considered raising a family there?

With a family score of 8 out of 10, your kids won’t want for surf and public gym equipment. Admittedly, Bondi Beach Public School doesn’t perform that great for its area with top 38% NAPLAN. But if you can afford to buy in Bondi, you may have the spare change to afford an excellent private school like Reddam House. For a mere $565,000 you could see your three children all the way through primary and high school. What price is too high for top 1% NAPLAN?

3. Neutral Bay

Our top performer north of the Bridge is Neutral Bay. For many it’s a drive-through suburb dominated by a single pub, but recent developments of small bars and funky cafes along Grosvenor St make Neutral Bay deserving of a second look.

It will not surprise many that Neutral Bay and St Mary’s public schools perform well. After all it’s an affluent area with parents who value their time so much, they only just live outside the city. But these schools perform really well – Netural Bay, St Mary’s Catholic and North Sydney boys and girls are all top 1%ers. Mind the day care costs though – they typically charge around $160 per day.

Also showing a strong performance are neighbouring Cammeray and Cremorne, which share their ample parks, playgrounds and sporting grounds.

2. Forest Lodge

Tucked away behind its more famous neighbour, Glebe, Forest Lodge is another suburb that resides at the top of our hip score list but still provides a very good lifestyle for families. With Forest Lodge in the top 10% for NAPLAN and St Brendans Catholic School at top 5%. Nearby Sydney Secondary college also performs well (top 8%).

4358974940_64bcb15229_b Unlike the Erskineville, Newtown, Camperdown troika, Forest Lodge stands alone at serving both families and hip people with neighbouring Glebe to its east serving hipsters and more spacious Annandale to its west providing for family.

1. Erskineville / Newtown / Camperdown

These neighbouring suburbs are all hip and serve families so well, we had to put them together for first place. Sydney’s Erskineville has a lively community with ample creative professionals, bountiful cafes and 20 art schools within 2km. Its dining options are also vast, courtesy of neighbouring Newtown. You could eat at a new Thai place every day for a fortnight.

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Family score typically doesn’t accompany hip score but this sought after suburb is definitely an exception. Erskineville public school gets top 8% in NAPLAN.

It’s not so great in terms of tranquillity though, having 9 times Sydney’s average population density. For a bit of space, look the sprawling Sydney Park at its southern tip, which makes for an excellent respite to densely packed inner city living.

Our Official Top 20

Rank Suburb Family Score Hip Score Median House Price 2016
1 Erskineville 8.2 8.9 $1,315,000
2 Camperdown 8.4 8.7 $1,352,500
3 Bondi 8.6 8.5 $2,555,000
4 Newtown 8.1 8.9 $1,301,000
5 Forest Lodge 8.4 8.6 $1,680,000
6 Centennial Park 8.9 8.1 $2,650,000
7 Wollstonecraft 9.3 7.7 $3,537,500
8 Neutral Bay 9.5 7.5 $1,750,000
9 Queenscliff 9.2 7.7 $1,610,000
10 Cammeray 9.7 7.1 $4,050,500
11 Stanmore 8.7 8.1 $1,570,500
12 Waverton 9.4 7.5 $4,750,000
13 Paddington 8.6 8.2 $1,700,000
14 Fairlight 9.6 7.2 $1,583,500
15 Bondi Beach 8 8.8 $2,990,000
16 Newtown 7.8 9 $1,301,000
17 Cremorne 9.5 7.3 $1,947,000
18 Rushcutters Bay 7.8 9 $2,562,500
19 Bronte 9.1 7.7 $3,010,000
20 North Bondi 8.9 7.9 $2,550,000

 

Microburbs Report – Family Score

The Family Score panel of each microburbs report includes the performance of all classes of local schools, along with catchment boundaries and travel times. For a limited time, we’re offering a comprehensive family scores report for all Australian suburbs, which we can send you instantly:

For press enquiries about this article, please call Microburbs Founder Luke Metcalfe on 0414 183 210.

Panama Papers Release Reveals Top Tax Avoiding Australian Areas

What do Geraldton, WA and Mackay in Queensland have in common? Well, apart from being remote coastal towns, they also appear surprisingly often in the Panama Papers – the leak of Panamanian firm Mossack Fonseca’s customer data.

The Panama Papers contain a wealth of fascinating revelations about Australians and their relationship with offshore tax havens. There are, of course, many legitimate reasons to retain a Panamanian law firm, and we are not implying any wrongdoing by the companies and individuals revealed in the documents.

There are 1409 Australian addresses listed in the Panama Papers, with state capitals featuring heavily.  There were only a handful of addresses in all of the ACT, SA, NT and Tasmania, so we’ll skip the top lists there.

NSW Top 10 Postcodes
Postcode Suburb Addresses
2000 Sydney CBD 51
2067 Chatswood 12
2065 St Leonards 9
2028 Double Bay 9
2121 Epping 9
2072 Gordon 9
2118 Carlingford 7
2220 Hurstville 7
2030 Vaucluse 7
2070 Lindfield 6

Sydney, 2000 is the nation’s most included postcode, being home to scores of legal and accounting firms. Notable for NSW though, is that the North Shore areas of Chatswood, St Leonards, Gordon and Lindfield are so highly represented, relative to only a few addresses in the affluent Eastern suburbs. Hurstville and Carlingford also make somewhat unexpected frequent appearances in the Mossack Fonseca customer database.

QLD Top 10 Postcodes
Postcode Suburb Addresses
4211 Nerang 21
4217 Surfers Paradise 13
4740 Mackay 10
4109 Sunnybank 9
4069 Brookfield 9
4227 Reedy Creek 8
4214 Arundel 8
4000 Brisbane 7
4113 Eight Mile Plains 7
4215 Southport 7

 

In QLD it’s the Gold Coast which dominates the top postcodes. Nerang, Surfers Paradise, Reedy Creek, Arundel, Eight Mile Plains and Southport fill the top postcodes. Sunnybank, Brookfield and Brisbane CBD are the Brisbane areas mentioned in the records, along with geographic outlier of Mackay appearing in 10 customer accounts.

Victoria Top 10 Postcodes
Postcode Suburb Addresses
3000 Melbourne 19
3186 Brighton 7
3142 Toorak 6
3122 Hawthorn 6
3004 Melbourne 6
3103 Balwyn 5
3079 Ivanhoe 4
3101 Kew 4
3124 Camberwell 4
3109 Doncaster 4

 

Victoria’s top suburbs are a more predictable tour of the inner east, from Ivanhoe down to Brighton, from Toorak across to Doncaster. Overall Victoria has fewer addresses than NSW or Queensland, with even WA showing more offshoring interest.

 

WA Top 10 Postcodes
Postcode Suburb Addresses
6530 Geraldton 15
6000 Perth 14
6005 Kings Park 9
6150 Bateman 8
6011 Cottesloe 8
6153 Applecross 7
6012 Mosman Park 7
6009 Nedlands 7
6008 Subiaco 6
6010 Swanbourne 6

 

WA’s surprise offshoring hotspot is Geraldton. The city is home to 15 residential addresses listed in the leak, which is more than Perth’s central 6000 postcode. Perth’s inner suburbs have a fairly even distribution of offshoring addresses after Geraldton.
The leaks are now fully searchable online at the IJIC Offshore Leaks website. The data can be viewed by suburb or even by street address.

We are now Microburbs!

After 6 months I’m pleased to announce that our real estate/suburb offering is moving out of its parent brand, NationMaster and out into the world with a new name, Microburbs. We’ll leave the international stats to NationMaster while we focus on Australian suburbs.

What are our Microburbs? They’re small areas typically of 200-800 people defined by demographic, economic, transport and geographic features.  The Australian Bureau of Statistics does great work drilling down into the population geography of Australia.  We draw on that analysis and many other sources to present a detailed view of neighbourhoods that we think is far more useful and relevant to householders than  the customary suburb view.  We still show you suburb level information, but we also show you the microburbs within.

Our mission is still the same – to give buyers all the information they need to decide whether to buy a property. But as we talked to home buyers and pored endlessly over our huge database, we had a realisation we need to share:

Suburbs are broken!

We’re not talking about a lack of public transport or amenities, or decline in community (though we’ll have plenty to say on these topics later). We’re talking about the very definition of suburbs – that they’re overused.

When people search for a property they tend to pick a suburb that fits their criteria, then look for properties in that suburb. This has two big problems:

The first is that suburbs are really diverse places, containing several distinct neighbourhoods, or microburbs.

Take the prestigious Hunters Hill in Sydney, known for its waterfront mansions and sandstone cottages, regularly starring on lists of the most affluent suburbs. Hunters Hill is actually 20 separate microburbs. One is a large public housing estate. One is a boys’ boarding school. Even after you exclude those, one has a median income of $989 per week, which is the average for Sydney. Another has a median income of $2,937.

(Median Incomes for Hunters Hill on Microburbs)

The second is that suburbs are big places, and the convenience of living in the lifestyle hub can be very different to living at the fringes.

If you’re out shopping in nearby Chatswood on a Sunday afternoon and need to be home in Hunters Hill on public transport by 3pm, you’ll really need to know your address. If you’re near the main road you can leave at 2:30. If you’re on the southern end it’s 1:30, because you’ll need an extra bus change, and an extra hour, to get there. And this an area that still has buses on a Sunday afternoon! In other suburbs, being in the wrong microburb means a long walk from public transport.

(http://www.transportnsw.info)

Microburbs.com.au is a fantastic tool for understanding your immediate locality: getting to know your neighbours without counting people a kilometre away who you’ll never meet. Lifestyle is about your street, your home, and where you can get to.

Type in any address in Australia here.

Are you one of Australia’s most generous people?

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You put your hand up to help out at a fundraising event that’s happening this weekend. Do you:

  1. Regret that you agreed to do it and come up with a good excuse not to go.
  2. Follow through on your commitment. No one else you know is going, so you feel obligated.
  3. Happily go along and take your neighbours — they are always super keen to do their bit for the community.

If you chose ‘3)’, there’s a good chance you live in one of Australia’s most generous suburbs. Those areas of the country where it’s most likely you and/or your neighbours do volunteer work.

Microburbs has compiled the percentage of residents each state and territory who, in the last 12 months, did voluntary work for an organisation or group. Broken further down to a suburban level, it is possible to see which areas in each state have the most generous — and also the least generous — residents.

Looking at the national data, the Australian Capital Territory ranks as Australia’s most generous region, with 23% of residents having undertaken volunteer work in the past year. This is followed by South Australia and Tasmania, with 19% each.

According to the stats, residents of New South Wales are least likely to volunteer, with just 18% of them offering their time.

Examining the results more closely, and comparing all Australian suburbs that have more than 2,000 residents, Aranda in the ACT tops the territory’s list of most generous neighbourhoods, with more than a third of residents having volunteered in the past 12 months. Home to Canberra’s first Community Fire Unit, as well as the Friends of Aranda Bushland group, the Aranda Residents Group and an active Neighbourhood Watch, it’s no surprise this community of just under 2,500 takes the crown of Australia’s most generous suburb in Australia’s most generous region.

The highest percentage of volunteerism in this category, however, goes to the western Victorian town of Nhill, where an impressive 40% of residents have chipped in during the past year.

At the other end of the scale, just 6% of residents in Victoria’s Campbellfield and 7% of those in Cabramatta West in NSW are likely volunteer. According to Microburbs’ suburb profiles, these areas are comprised mainly of low income earners, which reflects data that volunteerism is higher in more affluent areas.

Microburbs found correlations between certain characteristics and the likelihood of volunteerism, with volunteers more likely to be an English-speaking female, aged 45-65. Non-English speakers were less likely to volunteer, perhaps because of language barriers, but potentially also because community involvement in other countries may not be reported as official volunteering.

Statistically, there is also a strong correlation between volunteering and higher household income, so these volunteers are also likely to have a high income, or have a high income partner.

This might explain the ACT’s high volunteerism rates, with high-paying public sector job allowing for more time to pursue community projects.

See below for rankings on the highest and lowest rates of volunteerism in suburbs with more than 2,000 residents across Australia. You can also discover how generous your suburb is, as well as find out how it rates on things such as commuting, noise, lifestyle and chances for love, all on Microburbs.








Top 10 Tips for Researching a Property


Whether you’re buying your first house, investment property or family home, it is essential to research to the best of your ability. Buying property is a huge decision and to be misinformed is to potentially make a big mistake and waste your money. It is also essential to research before signing a lease contract  – you don’t want to be stuck somewhere you don’t like. Here are our top ten tips for researching property – they won’t let you down! 

Know what you want
You probably have an idea of the property you want in your head. The key to finding the best property is to be firm about what you need and flexible with the rest. For example, you may not be fussed whether an apartment has one or two bedrooms, but insist that it has a car space and storage. When inspecting a property it can be easy to be overwhelmed by certain features and forget about what you actually need. Write down your essentials – e.g. the number of bedrooms, bathrooms or car spaces. Don’t bother looking at any property that does not fit the bill, unless it has renovation potential.

Set a price
By choosing a maximum price you are willing to spend, and sticking to it, you are saving yourself more trouble in the long run. Buying or leasing a property that you cannot afford will increase your stress levels and make it far more difficult to come out on top. It may be better to buy something cheaper that you can work on in the future, rather than spend big initially.

Neighbourhood profile
Finding the right neighbourhood is the key to finding your dream house. Though you may find the perfect property, where it is situated will ultimately affect your lifestyle and the future selling price. Use the Internet, talk to real estate agents or do a drive by to discover what surrounds the house. Schools, shopping centres, public transport and public facilities are always important. Many real estate websites offer simplistic neighbourhood profiles that will give you an idea of what’s around. Follow up by spending some time in the community to get a feel for it.

Word of mouth
When you decide to buy or rent a house, it’s likely you will have many discussions with your family and friends about it. Use this to your advantage – ask them for advice or recommendations.  Learn from their mistakes and use them to help you find the right suburb or type of property. If they live a similar lifestyle to you, it may be a huge help!

Australian Bureau of Statistics
For a sure way to find statistics about the demographics in the suburb you’re looking into, visit the Australian Bureau of Statistics website and type in the postcode. With the click of a button you will have access to census data and other stats about the neighbourhood. Microburbs makes this and other data very accessible.

Search the web
Nowadays the easiest way to discover properties for sale or lease is to hop online and search the web.  You can access photos, floor plans, descriptions, auction dates and more, all from the comfort of your home. This also eliminates the chance of you travelling to visit a property that doesn’t fit your needs. Gumtree is a great place to start, with hundreds of property listings for houses and rooms to lease.

See it for yourself
It’s easy to flick through photos on the net, but if a property really sparks your attention or curiosity, the best way to decide whether it’s “the one” is to see it for yourself. Visiting in person may give you a different perspective.

Seek advice
When in doubt the best thing to do is seek help from a professional. Real estate agents can offer a great insight into property and may be able to point you in the right direction if they know of a hot new house that has just gone up for sale or lease.

Consider a buyer’s agent
The role of a buyer’s agent is to work in the interests of the client, finding the best value properties for the best price. They do not sell property; they research and negotiate for the client. Hiring a buyer agent may be beneficial for someone who is thinking of purchasing his or her first investment property and does not want to make a huge mistake.

 Check building permits
Many investors choose to buy property based on land size and whether or not it has permits for building. Units and apartments are growing in popularity in most metropolitan areas; therefore land that can potentially accommodate more than one property can be a great investment decision.

Ashley Madison “infidelity rates” by postcode: big lists

Here’s the “infidelity rate” for every postcode with at least 1000 residents. One table for each state:

NSW+ACT:

 

Rank PostCode # Ashley Madison accounts Adult residents % of adult population
1 BARANGAROODAWES POINTHAYMARKET 2000 662 30033 2.20%
2 BARTONCANBERRACAPITAL HILL 2600 70 6248 1.12%
3 BAR BEACHCOOKS HILLNEWCASTLE 2300 67 9226 0.72%
4 HMAS PLATYPUSHMAS WATERHENLAVENDER BAY 2060 78 11400 0.68%
5 DOUBLE BAY 2028 24 4065 0.59%
6 ALEXANDRIABEACONSFIELDEVELEIGH 2015 40 7391 0.54%
7 MANLYMANLY EAST 2095 65 13409 0.48%
8 HOMEBUSH BAYNEWINGTONSYDNEY OLYMPIC PARK 2127 29 7166 0.40%
9 PYRMONT 2009 43 10889 0.39%
10 MASCOTSYDNEY DOMESTIC AIRPORTSYDNEY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT 2020 36 9203 0.39%
11 ACTONBLACK MOUNTAINCANBERRA 2601 23 5947 0.38%
12 BALMAINBALMAIN EASTBIRCHGROVE 2041 47 12243 0.38%
13 CURL CURLFRESHWATERQUEENSCLIFF 2096 41 11049 0.37%
14 WATERLOOZETLAND 2017 49 13378 0.36%
15 GREENWAYTUGGERANONG 2900 5 1402 0.35%
16 DOVER HEIGHTSHMAS WATSONROSE BAY NORTH 2030 38 10903 0.34%
17 CHURCH POINTELVINA BAYLOVETT BAY 2105 5 1436 0.34%
18 NEUTRAL BAYNEUTRAL BAY JUNCTION 2089 34 9797 0.34%
19 CROWS NESTGREENWICHNAREMBURN 2065 83 24194 0.34%
20 COASTERS RETREATGREAT MACKEREL BEACHPALM BEACH2108 5 1461 0.34%
21 CAMPERDOWNMISSENDEN ROAD 2050 21 6176 0.34%
22 THE PONDS 2769 7 2093 0.33%
23 BRONTEWAVERLEY 2024 30 9010 0.33%
24 GRETA 2334 6 1817 0.33%
25 ISLINGTON 2296 5 1519 0.32%
26 WOOLLAHRA 2025 20 6103 0.32%
27 COTTAGE POINTDUFFYS FORESTTERREY HILLS 2084 9 2764 0.32%
28 DARLING POINTEDGECLIFFHMAS RUSHCUTTERS 2027 21 6461 0.32%
29 ORCHARD HILLS 2748 5 1543 0.32%
30 ANNANDALE 2038 23 7105 0.32%
31 BELLEVUE HILL 2023 28 8721 0.32%
32 LEICHHARDTLILYFIELD 2040 54 16925 0.31%
33 CAUSEWAYKINGSTONNARRABUNDAH 2604 24 7659 0.31%
34 SEAFORTH 2092 15 4825 0.31%
35 NEWPORTNEWPORT BEACH 2106 22 7089 0.31%
36 MOSMANSPIT JUNCTION 2088 68 21969 0.30%
37 COOGEESOUTH COOGEE 2034 49 16179 0.30%
38 BELROSEBELROSE WESTDAVIDSON 2085 25 8359 0.29%
39 ELIZABETH BAYHMAS KUTTABULPOTTS POINT 2011 54 18264 0.29%
40 ARTARMON 2064 21 7182 0.29%
41 BALMORALBUXTONCOURIDJAH 2571 22 7536 0.29%
42 AMAROOBONNERFORDE 2914 28 9598 0.29%
43 HARRIS PARKPARRAMATTAPARRAMATTA WESTFIELD 2150 64 21972 0.29%
44 LANE COVELANE COVE NORTHLANE COVE WEST 2066 64 21993 0.29%
45 BUNDEENABURRANEERCRONULLA 2230 65 22491 0.28%
46 FOREST LODGEGLEBE 2037 36 12485 0.28%
47 DRUMMOYNE 2047 27 9376 0.28%
48 NORTH RICHMONDTENNYSONTHE SLOPES 2754 12 4229 0.28%
49 HALLNANIMASPRINGRANGE 2618 3 1072 0.27%
50 MARYVILLEWICKHAM 2293 5 1794 0.27%
51 ROZELLE 2039 18 6474 0.27%
52 BALGOWLAHBALGOWLAH HEIGHTSCLONTARF 2093 45 16335 0.27%
53 ELANORA HEIGHTSINGLESIDENARRABEEN 2101 40 14535 0.27%
54 CONISTONGWYNNEVILLEKEIRAVILLE 2500 89 32412 0.27%
55 CASTLECRAGMIDDLE COVENORTH WILLOUGHBY 2068 33 12032 0.27%
56 CENTENNIAL PARKMOORE PARKPADDINGTON 2021 33 12293 0.26%
57 BROADWAYULTIMO 2007 18 6773 0.26%
58 ST PETERSSYDENHAMTEMPE 2044 16 6030 0.26%
59 CAMMERAY 2062 15 5678 0.26%
60 BANKSMEADOWBOTANY 2019 18 6909 0.26%
61 KIRRIBILLIMILSONS POINT 2061 14 5379 0.26%
62 DARLINGHURSTSURRY HILLS 2010 65 25214 0.25%
63 CROMERDEE WHYNARRAWEENA 2099 76 29595 0.25%
64 CATHERINE FIELDGREGORY HILLSROSSMORE 2557 8 3127 0.25%
65 AUSTRALLEPPINGTON 2179 11 4311 0.25%
66 BONDIBONDI BEACHNORTH BONDI 2026 66 25888 0.25%
67 CASTLE HILL 2154 77 30250 0.25%
68 BEAUMONT HILLSKELLYVILLEKELLYVILLE RIDGE 2155 79 31474 0.25%
69 ERSKINEVILLE 2043 15 6043 0.24%
70 CONCORD WESTLIBERTY GROVERHODES 2138 28 11306 0.24%
71 MOUNT KURING-GAI 2080 3 1224 0.24%
72 ARNCLIFFETURRELLAWOLLI CREEK 2205 26 10771 0.24%
73 FORRESTGRIFFITHMANUKA 2603 19 7888 0.24%
74 KURNELL 2231 4 1669 0.23%
75 CREMORNECREMORNE JUNCTIONCREMORNE POINT 2090 26 11015 0.23%
76 HAZELBROOK 2779 8 3403 0.23%
77 BONDI JUNCTIONBONDI JUNCTION PLAZAQUEENS PARK 2022 23 9811 0.23%
78 BLENHEIM ROADEAST RYDEMACQUARIE CENTRE 2113 33 14209 0.23%
79 ALLAMBIE HEIGHTSBEACON HILLBROOKVALE 2100 35 15085 0.23%
80 MONA VALE 2103 19 8222 0.23%
81 SILVERDALEWARRAGAMBA 2752 8 3478 0.23%
82 CASTLE COVEROSEVILLEROSEVILLE CHASE 2069 23 10107 0.22%
83 BAULKHAM HILLSBELLA VISTAWINSTON HILLS 2153 93 41051 0.22%
84 MIRANDAYOWIE BAY 2228 32 14227 0.22%
85 CLOVELLYCLOVELLY WESTRANDWICK 2031 62 27722 0.22%
86 BRADDONCAMPBELLREID 2612 31 13902 0.22%
87 EMU HEIGHTSEMU PLAINSJAMISONTOWN 2750 75 34248 0.21%
88 BURWOOD HEIGHTSENFIELDSTRATHFIELD SOUTH 2136 12 5493 0.21%
89 WARRIEWOODWARRIEWOOD SHOPPING SQUARE 2102 10 4601 0.21%
90 BONNET BAYCOMOJANNALI 2226 20 9214 0.21%
91 COLLAROYCOLLAROY BEACHCOLLAROY PLATEAU WEST 2097 24 11098 0.21%
92 ROSE BAY 2029 16 7647 0.20%
93 NORMANHURSTNORTH WAHROONGAWAHROONGA 2076 39 18989 0.20%
94 EPPINGNORTH EPPING 2121 41 20068 0.20%
95 BOW BOWINGMINTOMINTO DC 2566 38 18602 0.20%
96 BORONIA PARKGLADESVILLEHENLEY 2111 22 10803 0.20%
97 ABBOTSFORDCANADA BAYCHISWICK 2046 42 20654 0.20%
98 CHIPPENDALEDARLINGTON 2008 13 6411 0.20%
99 FRENCHS FORESTFRENCHS FOREST EAST 2086 20 9887 0.20%
100 BROADMEADOWHAMILTON NORTH 2292 4 1978 0.20%
101 CASEYFRANKLINGINNINDERRA VILLAGE 2913 39 19296 0.20%
102 MAROUBRAMAROUBRA SOUTHPAGEWOOD 2035 55 27424 0.20%
103 BROOKDALEBROOKONGFARGUNYAH 2656 2 1012 0.19%
104 DUNDASDUNDAS VALLEYOATLANDS 2117 30 15289 0.19%
105 DENISTONE EASTPUTNEYRYDE 2112 44 22521 0.19%
106 BANKSIABRIGHTON-LE-SANDSKYEEMAGH 2216 43 22063 0.19%
107 AVALONAVALON BEACHBILGOLA 2107 21 10965 0.19%
108 ERINA HEIGHTSFORRESTERS BEACHNORTH AVOCA 2260 33 17231 0.19%
109 BELFIELD 2191 9 4742 0.18%
110 PENNANT HILLSTHORNLEIGHWESTLEIGH 2120 29 15340 0.18%
111 CASUARINACHINDERAHCUDGEN 2487 18 9572 0.18%
112 BEROWRA CREEKBEROWRA HEIGHTSBEROWRA WATERS 2082 8 4266 0.18%
113 HABERFIELD 2045 10 5401 0.18%
114 HASTINGS POINTPOTTSVILLEPOTTSVILLE BEACH 2489 9 4882 0.18%
115 PYMBLEWEST PYMBLE 2073 22 11971 0.18%
116 GEORGETOWNWARATAHWARATAH WEST 2298 15 8175 0.18%
117 FAIRLIGHT 2094 8 4420 0.18%
118 HUNTERS HILLWOOLWICH 2110 14 7741 0.18%
119 NORTHBRIDGE 2063 8 4427 0.18%
120 ENMORENEWTOWN 2042 28 15761 0.17%
121 ASQUITHHORNSBYHORNSBY HEIGHTS 2077 50 28170 0.17%
122 EAGLE VALEESCHOL PARKKEARNS 2558 15 8602 0.17%
123 BUCKETTYCALGACENTRAL MANGROVE 2250 91 52417 0.17%
124 BROKEN HEADBYRON BAYEWINGSDALE 2481 17 9800 0.17%
125 ARCADIA VALEAWABABALMORAL 2283 32 18564 0.17%
126 ERMINGTON 2115 13 7593 0.17%
127 NORTH TURRAMURRASOUTH TURRAMURRATURRAMURRA2074 28 16502 0.16%
128 BLACKVILLEBORAMBILBUNDELLA 2343 6 3539 0.16%
129 FISHERS HILLPATERSONSUMMER HILL 2421 2 1183 0.16%
130 KENSINGTON 2033 16 9532 0.16%
131 STANMOREWESTGATE 2048 11 6579 0.16%
132 PADSTOWPADSTOW HEIGHTS 2211 22 13176 0.16%
133 DOLLS POINTSANDRINGHAMSANS SOUCI 2219 17 10204 0.16%
134 GLENMORE PARKGREENDALELUDDENHAM 2745 32 19393 0.16%
135 BREAKFAST POINTCABARITACONCORD 2137 32 19418 0.16%
136 ARNDELL PARKBLACKTOWNBLACKTOWN WESTPOINT 2148 76 46178 0.16%
137 WEST PENNANT HILLS 2125 21 12763 0.16%
138 MOUNT COLAH 2079 9 5474 0.16%
139 KANGAROO POINTSYLVANIASYLVANIA SOUTHGATE 2224 18 10952 0.16%
140 HOMEBUSHHOMEBUSH SOUTHHOMEBUSH WEST 2140 17 10375 0.16%
141 CARINGBAHCARINGBAH SOUTHDOLANS BAY 2229 36 22003 0.16%
142 BAERAMIBAERAMI CREEKBENGALLA 2333 17 10425 0.16%
143 HOLSWORTHYWATTLE GROVE 2173 16 9838 0.16%
144 ALLWORTHBOORALGIRVAN 2425 2 1232 0.16%
145 EAST LINDFIELDLINDFIELDLINDFIELD WEST 2070 15 9251 0.16%
146 FERN BAYSTOCKTON 2295 8 4934 0.16%
147 SHORTLAND 2307 5 3085 0.16%
148 AUSTINMERCLIFTONCOLEDALE 2515 13 8032 0.16%
149 CHIFLEYLYONSO’MALLEY 2606 11 6810 0.16%
150 SUMMER HILL 2130 9 5574 0.16%
151 ABERGLASSLYNALLANDALEANAMBAH 2320 37 22923 0.16%
152 EAST HILLSPANANIAPICNIC POINT 2213 26 16136 0.16%
153 PEAK HILLTOMINGLEYTREWILGA 2869 2 1246 0.16%
154 BERKSHIRE PARKBOX HILLMARAYLYA 2765 19 11852 0.16%
155 BELIMBLA PARKBICKLEY VALEBROWNLOW HILL 2570 35 21983 0.15%
156 FOREST HILLWAGGA WAGGA RAAF 2651 3 1892 0.15%
157 EASTLAKESROSEBERY 2018 20 12684 0.15%
158 CHATSWOODCHATSWOOD WEST 2067 30 19041 0.15%
159 ARALUENBACK CREEKBALLALABA 2622 4 2548 0.15%
160 PENSHURST 2222 15 9559 0.15%
161 SMITHFIELDSMITHFIELD WESTWETHERILL PARK 2164 23 14688 0.15%
162 FARRERISAACSMAWSON 2607 17 10887 0.15%
163 EAST KILLARAKILLARA 2071 15 9690 0.15%
164 BURRACARWOOLACLEAR RANGE 2620 46 29741 0.15%
165 GLENBROOKLAPSTONE 2773 7 4531 0.15%
166 APPLETREE FLATBIG RIDGEBIG YENGO 2330 25 16228 0.15%
167 AIRDSAMBARVALEAPPIN 2560 87 56573 0.15%
168 BROUGHTON VILLAGEFOXGROUNDGERRINGONG 2534 6 3906 0.15%
169 REDFERN 2016 17 11083 0.15%
170 BLIGH PARKCATTAICENTRAL COLO 2756 38 24816 0.15%
171 AUDLEYGARIEGRAYS POINT 2232 38 24952 0.15%
172 BELMONTBELMONT NORTHBELMONT SOUTH 2280 32 21162 0.15%
173 ENGADINEHEATHCOTEWATERFALL 2233 34 22513 0.15%
174 GORDON 2072 8 5304 0.15%
175 DURALMIDDLE DURALROUND CORNER 2158 10 6631 0.15%
176 NORTH PARRAMATTANORTH ROCKS 2151 25 16672 0.14%
177 URUNGA 2455 4 2668 0.14%
178 PUNCHBOWLROSELANDS 2196 34 22702 0.14%
179 LEWISHAMPETERSHAMPETERSHAM NORTH 2049 13 8750 0.14%
180 BEVERLEY PARKKOGARAHKOGARAH BAY 2217 30 20197 0.14%
181 BANGOBERREMANGRABOAMBOLO 2582 13 8774 0.14%
182 CURRANS HILLHARRINGTON PARKMOUNT ANNAN 2567 36 24482 0.14%
183 BELLTREESBRAWBOYBUNNAN 2337 9 6121 0.14%
184 TWEED HEADSTWEED HEADS WEST 2485 18 12297 0.14%
185 BOWRALBURRADOOEAST BOWRAL 2576 15 10334 0.14%
186 MARRICKVILLEMARRICKVILLE METROMARRICKVILLE SOUTH2204 30 20719 0.14%
187 CONSTITUTION HILLGIRRAWEENGREYSTANES 2145 83 57364 0.14%
188 CURTINGARRANHUGHES 2605 14 9688 0.14%
189 AVOCA BEACHBENSVILLEBOUDDI 2251 36 24953 0.14%
190 EASTERN CREEKROOTY HILL 2766 16 11193 0.14%
191 BERRY PARKBUTTERWICKCLARENCE TOWN 2321 12 8477 0.14%
192 BARDWELL PARKBARDWELL VALLEYBEXLEY 2207 31 21909 0.14%
193 KINGS LANGLEYLALOR PARKSEVEN HILLS 2147 39 27574 0.14%
194 FORESTVILLEKILLARNEY HEIGHTS 2087 13 9235 0.14%
195 BELCONNENBELCONNEN DCBRUCE 2617 35 24939 0.14%
196 CHERRYBROOK 2126 21 14984 0.14%
197 GLENWOODPARKLEASTANHOPE GARDENS 2768 27 19376 0.13%
198 BANKSCONDERGORDON 2906 19 13675 0.13%
199 CARLINGFORDCARLINGFORD COURTCARLINGFORD NORTH2118 24 17318 0.13%
200 ALPINEAYLMERTONBRAEMAR 2575 15 10840 0.13%
201 KINGSGROVEKINGSWAY WEST 2208 13 9401 0.13%
202 KOTARA EASTNEW LAMBTONNEW LAMBTON HEIGHTS 2305 14 10170 0.13%
203 BEECROFTCHELTENHAM 2119 12 8722 0.13%
204 COWABBIEERIN VALEEURONGILLY 2663 5 3656 0.13%
205 COALCLIFFDARKES FORESTHELENSBURGH 2508 9 6592 0.13%
206 ERIGOLIAGIRRALKIKOIRA 2669 2 1468 0.13%
207 ST IVESST IVES CHASE 2075 20 14683 0.13%
208 CASTLEREAGHCRANEBROOK 2749 16 11804 0.13%
209 DENISTONEDENISTONE WESTMEADOWBANK 2114 24 17778 0.13%
210 BATEAU BAYBAY VILLAGEBERKELEY VALE 2261 54 40439 0.13%
211 BELLAMBICORRIMALCORRIMAL EAST 2518 20 14994 0.13%
212 NORTHMEAD 2152 11 8255 0.13%
213 GEORGES HALL 2198 9 6785 0.13%
214 CASULACASULA MALLCHIPPING NORTON 2170 97 73672 0.13%
215 BEROWRACOWAN 2081 5 3799 0.13%
216 MORTDALEOATLEY 2223 21 15983 0.13%
217 BIMBERIBRINDABELLACHAPMAN 2611 24 18274 0.13%
218 CARRAMARLANSDOWNEVILLAWOOD 2163 9 6960 0.12%
219 HORSLEY PARK 2175 2 1549 0.12%
220 CLEMTON PARKEARLWOOD 2206 19 14753 0.12%
221 AVOCABANGADILLYBARREN GROUNDS 2577 15 11649 0.12%
222 BONYTHONCALWELLCHISHOLM 2905 29 22526 0.12%
223 MEREWETHERMEREWETHER HEIGHTSTHE JUNCTION 2291 14 10884 0.12%
224 DACEYVILLEKINGSFORD 2032 17 13251 0.12%
225 BLACKWALLHORSFIELD BAYKOOLEWONG 2256 16 12495 0.12%
226 AINSLIEDICKSONDOWNER 2602 31 24270 0.12%
227 GYMEAGYMEA BAY 2227 14 10986 0.12%
228 ALFREDTOWNASHMONTBELFRAYDEN 2650 53 42145 0.12%
229 AARONS PASSAPPLE TREE FLATAVISFORD 2850 16 12739 0.12%
230 ANEMBOBUNGENDOREBYWONG 2621 5 3999 0.12%
231 BENNETTS GREENCHARLESTOWNDUDLEY 2290 32 25607 0.12%
232 ANGLEDOOLLIGHTNING RIDGE 2834 3 2401 0.12%
233 BERESFIELDBLACK HILLCHISHOLM 2322 16 12833 0.12%
234 FADDENGOWRIEMACARTHUR 2904 13 10452 0.12%
235 CORLETTEFINGAL BAYNELSON BAY 2315 14 11257 0.12%
236 RYDALMERE 2116 6 4839 0.12%
237 LUGARNOPEAKHURSTPEAKHURST HEIGHTS 2210 28 22642 0.12%
238 ALFORDS POINTBANGORBARDEN RIDGE 2234 30 24323 0.12%
239 COLYTONNORTH ST MARYSOXLEY PARK 2760 26 21160 0.12%
240 CHIFLEYEASTGARDENSHILLSDALE 2036 27 21991 0.12%
241 HAMILTON VALLEYLAVINGTONSPRINGDALE HEIGHTS 2641 14 11442 0.12%
242 PORT KEMBLA 2505 5 4089 0.12%
243 ALBURYBUNGOWANNAHEAST ALBURY 2640 33 27073 0.12%
244 ELEEBANALAKELANDSWARNERS BAY 2282 14 11504 0.12%
245 ALISONBANDON GROVEBENDOLBA 2420 4 3288 0.12%
246 ERSKINE PARKST CLAIR 2759 25 20578 0.12%
247 BLAIRMOUNTCLAYMORE 2559 3 2479 0.12%
248 BOGANGARCABARITA BEACHTANGLEWOOD 2488 3 2497 0.12%
249 EASTWOODMARSFIELD 2122 29 24238 0.11%
250 BELMORE 2192 12 10094 0.11%
251 CAMPVALEFERODALEFULLERTON COVE 2318 10 8432 0.11%
252 PLEASURE POINTSANDY POINTVOYAGER POINT 2172 2 1690 0.11%
253 BAYVIEW 2104 3 2556 0.11%
254 BANNABYBANNISTERBAW BAW 2580 26 22168 0.11%
255 SALAMANDER BAYSOLDIERS POINT 2317 6 5172 0.11%
256 BARNEYS REEFBERYLBIRAGANBIL 2852 3 2587 0.11%
257 BOMBOCURRAMOREJAMBEROO 2533 14 12126 0.11%
258 ASHFIELD 2131 22 19144 0.11%
259 HURSTVILLEHURSTVILLE GROVEHURSTVILLE WESTFIELD 2220 27 23803 0.11%
260 OLD TOONGABBIETOONGABBIETOONGABBIE EAST 2146 14 12369 0.11%
261 COLEBEEDEAN PARKGLENDENNING 2761 23 20403 0.11%
262 DENHAM COURTINGLEBURNMACQUARIE LINKS 2565 15 13356 0.11%
263 GOONENGERRYHUONBROOKKOONYUM RANGE 2482 5 4470 0.11%
264 BALCOLYNBONNELLS BAYBRIGHTWATERS 2264 12 10729 0.11%
265 BANKSTOWNBANKSTOWN AERODROMEBANKSTOWN NORTH2200 35 31352 0.11%
266 BULLACANBELEGOCOBAR 2835 4 3594 0.11%
267 ALISONBUSHELLS RIDGECEDAR BRUSH CREEK 2259 46 41528 0.11%
268 BERALALIDCOMBELIDCOMBE NORTH 2141 23 20771 0.11%
269 BLUE VALEEMERALD HILLGHOOLENDAADI 2380 9 8147 0.11%
270 BOMBAH POINTBOOLAMBAYTEBULAHDELAH 2423 3 2716 0.11%
271 ASHLEYBULLARAHCROOBLE 2400 9 8171 0.11%
272 CHARNWOODDUNLOPFLOREY 2615 37 33757 0.10%
273 BLACKMANS POINTFERNBANK CREEKFLYNNS BEACH 2444 39 35809 0.10%
274 ABERDEENDARTBROOKDAVIS CREEK 2336 2 1849 0.10%
275 BANGALEEBOMADERRYNORTH NOWRA 2541 21 19452 0.10%
276 HAMILTONHAMILTON EASTHAMILTON SOUTH 2303 8 7433 0.10%
277 ABERMAINBISHOPS BRIDGELOXFORD 2326 6 5577 0.10%
278 CHULLORAGREENACREMOUNT LEWIS 2190 20 18591 0.10%
279 BRINGELLY 2556 2 1865 0.10%
280 KENTUCKYKENTUCKY SOUTHNIANGALA 2354 3 2830 0.10%
281 WENTWORTH FALLS 2782 5 4725 0.10%
282 MERRYLANDSMERRYLANDS WEST 2160 27 25644 0.10%
283 KURRI KURRIPELAW MAINSTANFORD MERTHYR 2327 6 5705 0.10%
284 AVONDALEBROWNSVILLECLEVELAND 2530 24 22917 0.10%
285 BOYDTOWNEDENEDROM 2551 3 2873 0.10%
286 ASHBURYCANTERBURYHURLSTONE PARK 2193 12 11520 0.10%
287 AUBURN 2144 27 25948 0.10%
288 BALLIMOREBARBIGALBENI 2830 31 29802 0.10%
289 BACK FORESTBELLAWONGARAHBERRY 2535 6 5793 0.10%
290 BALD HILLSBROADWATERGREIGS FLAT 2549 3 2901 0.10%
291 CAMBRIDGE GARDENSCAMBRIDGE PARKCLAREMONT MEADOWS 2747 28 27109 0.10%
292 BIRRONGPOTTS HILLREGENTS PARK 2143 6 5811 0.10%
293 ACACIA GARDENSQUAKERS HILL 2763 23 22526 0.10%
294 BORA RIDGECODRINGTONCORAKI 2471 2 1962 0.10%
295 CAMPSIE 2194 18 17675 0.10%
296 BLAXLANDBLAXLAND EASTMOUNT RIVERVIEW 2774 10 9835 0.10%
297 BANDONBEDGEREBONGBUNDABURRAH 2871 7 6902 0.10%
298 BLACKSMITHSCAMS WHARFCATHERINE HILL BAY 2281 11 10895 0.10%
299 KATOOMBAKATOOMBA DCLEURA 2780 11 10899 0.10%
300 FOUNTAINDALEKANGY ANGYOURIMBAH 2258 4 3980 0.10%
301 STRATHFIELD 2135 20 19904 0.10%
302 ALDAVILLAAUSTRAL EDENBELLBROOK 2440 17 16926 0.10%
303 BLAXCELLCAMELLIACLYDE 2142 18 17991 0.10%
304 BIRMINGHAM GARDENSELERMORE VALEFLETCHER 2287 26 26051 0.09%
305 LAKESLANDTHIRLMERE 2572 3 3015 0.09%
306 KAMBAHKAMBAH VILLAGE 2902 12 12113 0.09%
307 BLACKBUTTDUNMOREFLINDERS 2529 17 17174 0.09%
308 DOONSIDEWOODCROFT 2767 15 15232 0.09%
309 ASHTONFIELDBRUNKERVILLEBUCHANAN 2323 19 19395 0.09%
310 BARNSLEYKILLINGWORTHWAKEFIELD 2278 2 2063 0.09%
311 ARGALONGBLOWERINGBOGONG PEAKS WILDERNESS 2720 6 6225 0.09%
312 AGNES BANKSBOWEN MOUNTAINGROSE VALE 2753 13 13494 0.09%
313 BELGRAVIABORENORECADIA 2800 31 32545 0.09%
314 CECIL HILLSHORNINGSEA PARKHOXTON PARK 2171 17 17921 0.09%
315 BOWNACOPPABELLAHOLBROOK 2644 2 2123 0.09%
316 ARGENTONBOOLAROOBOORAGUL 2284 8 8506 0.09%
317 ANNA BAYBOAT HARBOURBOBS FARM 2316 4 4261 0.09%
318 BIELSDOWN HILLSBILLYS CREEKBOSTOBRICK 2453 2 2135 0.09%
319 BOAMBEEBROOKLANABUCCA 2450 30 32067 0.09%
320 BLUEYS BEACHBOOMERANG BEACHBOOTI BOOTI 2428 18 19473 0.09%
321 ANNANGROVEGLENHAVENKENTHURST 2156 9 9754 0.09%
322 BERAMBINGBILPINBLAXLANDS RIDGE 2758 6 6505 0.09%
323 BURWOODBURWOOD NORTH 2134 10 10985 0.09%
324 WANGI WANGI 2267 2 2200 0.09%
325 BEELBANGERABENEREMBAHBILBUL 2680 16 17626 0.09%
326 HARDENKINGSVALEMCMAHONS REEF 2587 2 2205 0.09%
327 ALBION PARKALBION PARK RAILCALDERWOOD 2527 14 15481 0.09%
328 CHESTER HILLSEFTON 2162 12 13283 0.09%
329 BOOKER BAYBOX HEADDALEYS POINT 2257 20 22184 0.09%
330 LAKEMBAWILEY PARK 2195 17 18906 0.08%
331 LAWSON 2783 2 2237 0.08%
332 BARRATTABIRGANBIGILBOOROORBAN 2710 7 7843 0.08%
333 JERRABOMBERRA 2619 6 6749 0.08%
334 BIDWILLBLACKETTDHARRUK 2770 39 44118 0.08%
335 CAMERON PARKCARDIFFCARDIFF HEIGHTS 2285 19 21511 0.08%
336 RUSSELL VALEWOONONAWOONONA EAST 2517 9 10190 0.08%
337 BONNY HILLSGRANTS BEACHJOLLY NOSE 2445 4 4537 0.08%
338 CANTON BEACHCHARMHAVENGOROKAN 2263 16 18257 0.08%
339 BATLOWGREEN HILLSKUNAMA 2730 1 1144 0.08%
340 BLAKEHURSTCARSS PARKCONNELLS POINT 2221 11 12644 0.08%
341 HAWKESBURY HEIGHTSSPRINGWOODSUN VALLEY 2777 12 13826 0.08%
342 BILLINUDGELBRUNSWICK HEADSBURRINGBAR 2483 7 8139 0.08%
343 BOMERABOX RIDGEBUGALDIE 2357 3 3506 0.08%
344 HILLSTONLAKE BREWSTERMONIA GAP 2675 1 1172 0.08%
345 ARANDACOOKHAWKER 2614 13 15303 0.08%
346 DULWICH HILL 2203 9 10628 0.08%
347 BLUE HAVENBUDGEWOIBUDGEWOI PENINSULA 2262 13 15464 0.08%
348 BATEHAVENBATEMANS BAYBENANDARAH 2536 12 14281 0.08%
349 BANGALOWBINNA BURRABROOKLET 2479 3 3591 0.08%
350 CENTRAL MACDONALDFERNANCESGUNDERMAN 2775 1 1197 0.08%
351 BONNYRIGGBONNYRIGG HEIGHTS 2177 10 12049 0.08%
352 WINDALE 2306 2 2411 0.08%
353 BLIGHTYFINLEYLOGIE BRAE 2713 2 2423 0.08%
354 ABERFOYLEABINGTONARGYLE 2350 16 19434 0.08%
355 ABERCROMBIEABERCROMBIE RIVERARKELL 2795 26 31675 0.08%
356 CORDEAUXCORDEAUX HEIGHTSDOMBARTON 2526 10 12285 0.08%
357 CROYDON PARKENFIELD SOUTH 2133 7 8689 0.08%
358 COMBARACONIMBIACOONAMBLE 2829 2 2484 0.08%
359 BALLINACOOLGARDIECUMBALUM 2478 18 22408 0.08%
360 BLACKHEATHMEGALONG 2785 3 3750 0.08%
361 ERINDALE CENTREOXLEYWANNIASSA 2903 6 7518 0.07%
362 BROBENAHCORBIE HILLGOGELDRIE 2705 6 7557 0.07%
363 ALUMY CREEKBARCOONGEREBARRETTS CREEK 2460 18 22707 0.07%
364 REVESBYREVESBY HEIGHTSREVESBY NORTH 2212 9 11429 0.07%
365 ARDGLENBLANDFORDCRAWNEY 2338 1 1284 0.07%
366 TIGHES HILL 2297 1 1302 0.07%
367 BOGEEBREAKFAST CREEKBUDDEN 2849 1 1302 0.07%
368 BENTLEYBEXHILLBLAKEBROOK 2480 27 35558 0.07%
369 HOLMESVILLESEAHAMPTONWEST WALLSEND 2286 2 2654 0.07%
370 BEN BULLENBLACKMANS FLATBOWENFELS 2790 9 11944 0.07%
371 APPLEBYBARRYBECTIVE 2340 27 35928 0.07%
372 BARRACK HEIGHTSBARRACK POINTLAKE ILLAWARRA 2528 14 18739 0.07%
373 ALECTOWNBUMBERRYCOOKAMIDGERA 2870 7 9399 0.07%
374 ADAMSTOWNADAMSTOWN HEIGHTSGARDEN SUBURB 2289 11 14802 0.07%
375 ARABLEBADJABILLILINGRA 2630 5 6729 0.07%
376 OYSTER BAY 2225 3 4039 0.07%
377 FAIRFIELDFAIRFIELD EASTFAIRFIELD HEIGHTS 2165 23 30975 0.07%
378 SILVERWATER 2128 2 2724 0.07%
379 BAMARANGBARRINGELLABASIN VIEW 2540 24 32933 0.07%
380 BALICKERABRANDY HILLBUNDABAH 2324 13 17863 0.07%
381 YAGOONAYAGOONA WEST 2199 9 12402 0.07%
382 ASHCROFTBUSBYCARTWRIGHT 2168 23 31751 0.07%
383 BROGANS CREEKCHARBONCLANDULLA 2848 1 1383 0.07%
384 ALLAWAHCARLTON 2218 9 12462 0.07%
385 FIGTREE 2525 6 8327 0.07%
386 GUNGAHLIN 2912 4 5599 0.07%
387 KOORAGANGMAYFIELDMAYFIELD EAST 2304 9 12605 0.07%
388 WALLERAWANG 2845 1 1412 0.07%
389 BANORA POINTBILAMBILBILAMBIL HEIGHTS 2486 18 25424 0.07%
390 BELLINGENBRIERFIELDBUNDAGEN 2454 4 5679 0.07%
391 GUILDFORDGUILDFORD WESTOLD GUILDFORD 2161 15 21524 0.06%
392 BEARBONGBIDDONBREELONG 2827 2 2890 0.06%
393 BLACK HEADBOHNOCKBOOTAWA 2430 18 26017 0.06%
394 BANGHEETBINGARADINOGA 2404 1 1484 0.06%
395 BAWLEY POINTBENDALONGBERRINGER LAKE 2539 9 13504 0.06%
396 BALFOURS PEAKCOOLATAIWARIALDA 2402 1 1509 0.06%
397 GLENFIELD 2167 4 6092 0.06%
398 BUNNALOOMOAMATANTONAN 2731 3 4599 0.06%
399 MILPERRA 2214 2 3078 0.06%
400 CARRINGTON 2294 1 1553 0.06%
401 ANGOURIEFREEBURN ISLANDMICALO ISLAND 2464 4 6230 0.06%
402 ABBOTSBURYBOSSLEY PARKEDENSOR PARK 2176 24 37443 0.06%
403 BELLMOUNT FORESTBEVENDALEBIALA 2581 1 1570 0.06%
404 ALLEENABACK CREEKBURCHER 2671 2 3167 0.06%
405 ABERDAREABERNETHYBELLBIRD 2325 13 20678 0.06%
406 AUBURN VALEBRODIES PLAINSBUKKULLA 2360 7 11190 0.06%
407 BACK CREEKBRAY PARKBRAYS CREEK 2484 9 14407 0.06%
408 BASS HILL 2197 4 6545 0.06%
409 BALGOWNIEFAIRY MEADOWFERNHILL 2519 8 13314 0.06%
410 ILUKATHE FRESHWATERWOODY HEAD 2466 1 1667 0.05%
411 CROYDON 2132 5 8491 0.05%
412 ALICEBANYABBABEAN CREEK 2469 2 3400 0.05%
413 BEVERLY HILLSNARWEE 2209 7 11994 0.05%
414 ARDLETHANARIAH PARKBARELLAN 2665 1 1723 0.05%
415 JESMONDLAMBTONNORTH LAMBTON 2299 5 8695 0.05%
416 BERTHONGBRIBBAREEBULLA CREEK 2594 5 8724 0.05%
417 TAHMOOR 2573 2 3503 0.05%
418 MULWALA 2647 1 1763 0.05%
419 BAKERS CREEKBURRAPINECONGARINNI 2447 3 5444 0.05%
420 ARGENTS HILLBOWRAVILLEBUCKRA BENDINNI 2449 1 1817 0.05%
421 BOBINBOORGANNABUCCA WAUKA 2429 4 7332 0.05%
422 ARRAWARRAARRAWARRA HEADLANDCORINDI BEACH 2456 6 11067 0.05%
423 BOORGABOREE CREEKGOOLGOWI 2652 2 3704 0.05%
424 BOBS CREEKCAMDEN HEADCORALVILLE 2443 4 7557 0.05%
425 CECIL PARKKEMPS CREEKMOUNT VERNON 2178 2 3798 0.05%
426 BUNDURECOLINROOBIECOROBIMILLA 2700 2 3855 0.05%
427 COMBANINGDIRNASEERGIDGINBUNG 2666 2 3962 0.05%
428 BUNDANOON 2578 1 2003 0.04%
429 BOAMBEE EASTSAWTELLTOORMINA 2452 6 12027 0.04%
430 BROKEN HILLBROKEN HILL NORTHBROKEN HILL WEST 2880 8 16203 0.04%
431 BELFORDBRANXTONDALWOOD 2335 2 4060 0.04%
432 AVONBARGOPHEASANTS NEST 2574 2 4075 0.04%
433 BUREENDALSWINTONDENMAN 2328 1 2047 0.04%
434 ANGLEDALEBEGABEMBOKA 2550 6 12332 0.04%
435 CALLIOPECOLDSTREAMDIGGERS CAMP 2462 1 2072 0.04%
436 BILLIMARICANOWINDRAMOORBEL 2804 1 2095 0.04%
437 THE UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY 2006 1 2105 0.04%
438 CROWDY HEADHARRINGTON 2427 1 2107 0.04%
439 BOOROWAFROGMOREGODFREYS CREEK 2586 1 2119 0.04%
440 KOOTINGALLIMBRIMULLA CREEK 2352 1 2123 0.04%
441 BACK CREEKBAKERS CREEKBARRINGTON 2422 2 4283 0.04%
442 BERRAMBOOLBOURNDAMERIMBULA 2548 3 6481 0.04%
443 BORAH CREEKHALLS CREEKKLORI 2346 1 2189 0.04%
444 MACQUARIE UNIVERSITY 2109 1 2191 0.04%
445 COORANBONGMARTINSVILLE 2265 2 4385 0.04%
446 ALSTONVALEALSTONVILLEBAGOTVILLE 2477 4 8917 0.04%
447 BAAN BAABACK CREEKBERRIGAL 2390 3 6732 0.04%
448 ARAKOONJERSEYVILLESOUTH WEST ROCKS 2431 2 4552 0.04%
449 CABRAMATTACABRAMATTA WESTCANLEY HEIGHTS 2166 17 39149 0.04%
450 ANABRANCHCURLWAAPAN BAN 2648 1 2363 0.04%
451 BRUNGLEBRUNGLE CREEKBURRA CREEK 2722 1 2369 0.04%
452 BIMBICARAGABALGLENELG 2810 1 2372 0.04%
453 CRACKENBACKEAST JINDABYNEGROSSES PLAIN 2627 4 9963 0.04%
454 ALLGOMERABALLENGARRABARRAGANYATTI 2441 2 5010 0.03%
455 AKOLELEBARRAGGA BAYBERMAGUI 2546 3 7525 0.03%
456 GLENQUARIELONG POINTMACQUARIE FIELDS 2564 4 10219 0.03%
457 BUMBALDRYCOWRAHOVELLS CREEK 2794 3 7982 0.03%
458 BALLDALECOLLENDINACOREEN 2646 2 5382 0.03%
459 BIG HILLBRAYTONEXETER 2579 1 2747 0.03%
460 BUNDJALUNGDOONBAHEVANS HEAD 2473 1 2844 0.03%
461 CANOELANDSFOREST GLENGLENORIE 2157 1 2845 0.03%
462 BERGALIABINGIEBROULEE 2537 3 8835 0.03%
463 BERKELEY 2506 2 6013 0.03%
464 BALD NOBDIEHARDDUNDEE 2370 2 6084 0.03%
465 APSLEYARTHURVILLEBAKERS SWAMP 2820 2 6163 0.03%
466 FAULCONBRIDGE 2776 1 3103 0.03%
467 ARDINGBALALAGOSTWYCK 2358 1 3107 0.03%
468 CRINGILALAKE HEIGHTSPRIMBEE 2502 3 9491 0.03%
469 BOONA MOUNTCONDOBOLINDERRIWONG 2877 1 3275 0.03%
470 BURROWAYNARROMINE 2821 1 3625 0.02%
471 HYLAND PARKNAMBUCCA HEADSVALLA 2448 2 7327 0.02%
472 BIDGEEMIABROCKLESBYBURRUMBUTTOCK 2642 1 3763 0.02%
473 BAGNOOBAGOBANDA BANDA 2446 2 9712 0.02%
474 LEMON TREE PASSAGEMALLABULATANILBA BAY 2319 1 4985 0.02%
475 AFTERLEEBARKERS VALEBORDER RANGES 2474 1 5069 0.01%
476 BETHUNGRACOOTAMUNDRAILLABO 2590 1 5622 0.01%
477 BABYL CREEKBACKMEDECASINO 2470 2 11327 0.01%
478 ASHBYASHBY HEIGHTSASHBY ISLAND 2463 1 5749 0.01%

 

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Rank PostCode # Ashley Madison accounts Adult residents % of adult population
1 MELBOURNE 3000 639 28253 2.26%
2 SOUTH MELBOURNESOUTH MELBOURNE DC 3205 51 8246 0.61%
3 BAREENAGEELONGNEWTOWN 3220 68 13265 0.51%
4 MELBOURNEST KILDA ROAD CENTRAL 3004 43 8740 0.49%
5 WONGA PARK 3115 13 2971 0.43%
6 DOCKLANDS 3008 23 5279 0.43%
7 WILLIAMS LANDINGWILLIAMS RAAF 3027 11 2549 0.43%
8 CARRUMPATTERSON LAKES 3197 37 9015 0.41%
9 PLUMPTONROCKBANK 3335 6 1480 0.40%
10 COLLINGWOODCOLLINGWOOD NORTH 3066 22 5539 0.39%
11 TYABB 3913 10 2561 0.39%
12 ST KILDAST KILDA SOUTHST KILDA WEST 3182 75 19400 0.38%
13 GARDEN CITYPORT MELBOURNE 3207 47 12419 0.37%
14 CAMPBELLFIELD 3061 16 4259 0.37%
15 BURNLEYBURNLEY NORTHCREMORNE 3121 88 23563 0.37%
16 WEST MELBOURNE 3003 13 3573 0.36%
17 NEERIMNEERIM EASTNEERIM SOUTH 3831 4 1120 0.35%
18 HAWKSBURNTOORAK 3142 39 11205 0.34%
19 BRIGHTON ROADELWOOD 3184 43 12388 0.34%
20 SOUTH WHARFSOUTHBANK 3006 47 13588 0.34%
21 RED HILLRED HILL SOUTH 3937 5 1486 0.33%
22 CHINTINDARRAWEIT GUIMUPPER PLENTY 3756 21 6689 0.31%
23 BRIGHTONBRIGHTON NORTHDENDY 3186 53 17115 0.30%
24 CHAPEL STREET NORTHDOMAIN ROAD POSOUTH YARRA3141 56 18154 0.30%
25 OLINDA 3788 4 1325 0.30%
26 MOORABBINMOORABBIN EASTWISHART 3189 13 4386 0.29%
27 BARRYS REEFBLACKWOODFERN HILL 3458 4 1358 0.29%
28 OFFICEROFFICER SOUTH 3809 4 1363 0.29%
29 PRAHRANPRAHRAN EASTWINDSOR 3181 49 16746 0.29%
30 CAMBERWELLCAMBERWELL NORTHCAMBERWELL SOUTH 3124 46 15997 0.28%
31 KOOYONGMALVERNMALVERN NORTH 3144 25 8699 0.28%
32 BAYSWATERBAYSWATER NORTH 3153 45 15901 0.28%
33 EAST MELBOURNE 3002 16 5723 0.27%
34 BENTLEIGHMCKINNONORMOND 3204 62 22210 0.27%
35 BEAUFORTCHUTECROSS ROADS 3373 4 1447 0.27%
36 WATTLE GLEN 3096 4 1479 0.27%
37 COCOROCDERRIMUTPOINT COOK 3030 155 58651 0.26%
38 AUBURN SOUTHGLENFERRIE SOUTHHAWTHORN 3122 47 18216 0.25%
39 BALACLAVAST KILDA EAST 3183 39 15140 0.25%
40 MENZIES CREEKSELBY 3159 5 1944 0.25%
41 ARDEERDEER PARK EAST 3022 6 2343 0.25%
42 WILLIAMSTOWNWILLIAMSTOWN NORTH 3016 30 11740 0.25%
43 SORRENTO 3943 3 1179 0.25%
44 ALTONASEAHOLME 3018 25 9859 0.25%
45 CAMBERWELL EASTCANTERBURY 3126 16 6331 0.25%
46 DOREENMERNDA 3754 31 12589 0.24%
47 MACLEODMACLEOD WESTYALLAMBIE 3085 27 11096 0.24%
48 MELBOURNE UNIVERSITYPARKVILLE 3052 13 5361 0.24%
49 PAKENHAMPAKENHAM SOUTHPAKENHAM UPPER 3810 63 26098 0.24%
50 DIAMOND CREEK 3089 21 8817 0.23%
51 YARRAVILLEYARRAVILLE WEST 3013 26 11027 0.23%
52 CARLTON NORTHPRINCES HILL 3054 17 7261 0.23%
53 BENLOCHGOLDIELANCEFIELD 3435 5 2137 0.23%
54 ARTHURS SEATDROMANASAFETY BEACH 3936 17 7289 0.23%
55 BULLEENBULLEEN SOUTH 3105 21 9023 0.23%
56 HAMPTONHAMPTON EASTHAMPTON NORTH 3188 30 12914 0.23%
57 BAXTERLANGWARRIN SOUTH 3911 6 2585 0.23%
58 ABERFELDIEESSENDONESSENDON WEST 3040 45 19410 0.23%
59 ALBERT PARKMIDDLE PARK 3206 19 8241 0.23%
60 BONBEACHCHELSEACHELSEA HEIGHTS 3196 44 19153 0.22%
61 BELVEDERE PARKSEAFORD 3198 30 13091 0.22%
62 DUMBALKDUMBALK NORTHMEENIYAN 3956 4 1748 0.22%
63 BAMBRAOMBERSLEYWENSLEYDALE 3241 4 1773 0.22%
64 ELSTERNWICKGARDENVALERIPPONLEA 3185 22 9846 0.22%
65 FITZROY 3065 20 8962 0.22%
66 MITCHAMMITCHAM NORTHRANGEVIEW 3132 26 11724 0.22%
67 CARLTONCARLTON SOUTH 3053 28 12750 0.21%
68 NEWPORTSOUTH KINGSVILLESPOTSWOOD 3015 28 12772 0.21%
69 MENTONEMENTONE EASTMOORABBIN AIRPORT 3194 21 9614 0.21%
70 MORNINGTON 3931 39 17880 0.21%
71 NORTHCOTENORTHCOTE SOUTH 3070 41 18818 0.21%
72 CAULFIELD EASTCENTRAL PARKDARLING 3145 37 17025 0.21%
73 ALTONA EASTALTONA GATEALTONA NORTH 3025 20 9278 0.21%
74 ASPENDALEASPENDALE GARDENSBRAESIDE 3195 57 26457 0.21%
75 ARMADALEARMADALE NORTH 3143 16 7439 0.21%
76 BULLENGAROOKGISBORNEGISBORNE SOUTH 3437 14 6540 0.21%
77 ALLAMBEEYARRAGONYARRAGON SOUTH 3823 3 1402 0.21%
78 BOORAN ROAD POCARNEGIEGLEN HUNTLY 3163 53 24771 0.21%
79 BERWICKHARKAWAY 3806 73 34157 0.21%
80 SCORESBY 3179 10 4688 0.21%
81 PEARCEDALESOMERVILLE 3912 24 11295 0.21%
82 CLIFTON HILLFITZROY NORTH 3068 31 14667 0.21%
83 FRANKSTONFRANKSTON EASTFRANKSTON HEIGHTS 3199 91 43056 0.21%
84 CAULFIELDCAULFIELD SOUTHHOPETOUN GARDENS 3162 28 13551 0.20%
85 GLADSTONE PARKGOWANBRAETULLAMARINE 3043 30 14536 0.20%
86 BRUNSWICK EASTLYGON STREET NORTHSUMNER 3057 15 7355 0.20%
87 BOORHAMAN NORTHBRIMINBROWNS PLAINS 3685 4 1965 0.20%
88 BRIGHTON EASTNORTH ROAD 3187 25 12424 0.20%
89 DONVALE 3111 19 9488 0.20%
90 ESSENDON FIELDSESSENDON NORTHSTRATHMORE 3041 18 9005 0.19%
91 BRUNSWICKBRUNSWICK LOWERBRUNSWICK NORTH 3056 40 20014 0.19%
92 CAULFIELD JUNCTIONCAULFIELD NORTH 3161 24 12009 0.19%
93 AVOCA 3467 2 1002 0.19%
94 LYNBROOKLYNDHURST 3975 17 8572 0.19%
95 BELGRAVEBELGRAVE HEIGHTSBELGRAVE SOUTH 3160 14 7062 0.19%
96 BRUNSWICK SOUTHBRUNSWICK WESTMOONEE VALE 3055 22 11293 0.19%
97 BENTLEIGH EASTCOATESVILLE 3165 40 20538 0.19%
98 LORNE 3232 2 1030 0.19%
99 LEOPOLD 3224 15 7726 0.19%
100 MOUNT MACEDON 3441 2 1039 0.19%
101 BATMANCOBURGCOBURG NORTH 3058 50 26155 0.19%
102 MAMBOURINMOUNT COTTRELLWYNDHAM VALE 3024 25 13083 0.19%
103 MULGRAVEWAVERLEY GARDENS 3170 28 14654 0.19%
104 PLENTY 3090 3 1572 0.19%
105 OCEAN GROVE 3226 18 9507 0.18%
106 FOOTSCRAYSEDDONSEDDON WEST 3011 30 15863 0.18%
107 HEATHWOODRINGWOODRINGWOOD NORTH 3134 46 24530 0.18%
108 HEATHCOTE JUNCTIONWANDONG 3758 3 1607 0.18%
109 MONTMORENCY 3094 13 6989 0.18%
110 TEESDALE 3328 2 1076 0.18%
111 BLACKBURNBLACKBURN NORTHBLACKBURN SOUTH 3130 45 24234 0.18%
112 ASHBURTONASHWOOD 3147 20 10779 0.18%
113 GILBERTONNORTHLAND CENTREPRESTON 3072 46 24930 0.18%
114 ALLAMBEE RESERVEALLAMBEE SOUTHBAROMI 3871 4 2169 0.18%
115 GLENROYHADFIELDOAK PARK 3046 46 25011 0.18%
116 BRIAR HILLGREENSBOROUGHST HELENA 3088 39 21217 0.18%
117 FERNTREE GULLYLYSTERFIELDLYSTERFIELD SOUTH 3156 52 28405 0.18%
118 GLENGARRYGLENGARRY NORTHGLENGARRY WEST 3854 2 1094 0.18%
119 CHEROKEEKERRIEROMSEY 3434 6 3285 0.18%
120 ASCOT VALEHIGHPOINT CITYMARIBYRNONG 3032 38 20841 0.18%
121 CHELTENHAMCHELTENHAM EASTCHELTENHAM NORTH3192 30 16513 0.18%
122 GEMBROOK 3783 3 1652 0.18%
123 AVONDALE HEIGHTS 3034 17 9364 0.18%
124 BANGHOLMEDANDENONGDANDENONG EAST 3175 71 39147 0.18%
125 WATSONIAWATSONIA NORTH 3087 13 7232 0.17%
126 ARBUCKLEBILLABONGBURAGWONDUC 3858 4 2237 0.17%
127 BROOKLYNKINGSVILLEKINGSVILLE WEST 3012 34 19131 0.17%
128 HOTHAM HILLNORTH MELBOURNE 3051 19 10698 0.17%
129 BORONIA 3155 30 17035 0.17%
130 ABBEYARDBARWIDGEEBUFFALO RIVER 3737 6 3430 0.17%
131 KEILOR EAST 3033 19 10891 0.17%
132 KUNYUNGMOUNT ELIZA 3930 23 13186 0.17%
133 BROADFORDCLONBINANEFLOWERDALE 3658 8 4589 0.17%
134 FORBESGLENAROUAHIGH CAMP 3764 10 5776 0.17%
135 BEECHWORTHMURMUNGEESTANLEY 3747 6 3472 0.17%
136 ROWVILLE 3178 46 26686 0.17%
137 KEW EAST 3102 8 4681 0.17%
138 CROYDONCROYDON HILLSCROYDON NORTH 3136 56 32771 0.17%
139 BOTANIC RIDGECANNONS CREEKCRANBOURNE 3977 86 50787 0.16%
140 NORTH WARRANDYTEWARRANDYTE 3113 11 6498 0.16%
141 CHILDERSNARRACANTHORPDALE SOUTH 3824 6 3549 0.16%
142 MARYKNOLLNAR NAR GOONNAR NAR GOON NORTH 3812 3 1780 0.16%
143 CARRUM DOWNS 3201 25 14862 0.16%
144 DRUMANUREINVERGORDONNARING 3636 7 4179 0.16%
145 FERNY CREEK 3786 2 1200 0.16%
146 LALORLALOR PLAZA 3075 27 16211 0.16%
147 BRANDITTCANIAMBOCOLLIVER 3630 38 23001 0.16%
148 AUBURNHAWTHORN EAST 3123 18 10899 0.16%
149 SANDRINGHAM 3191 12 7294 0.16%
150 SUNBURYWILDWOOD 3429 44 26747 0.16%
151 ATTWOODWESTMEADOWS 3049 12 7309 0.16%
152 ABBOTSFORD 3067 7 4293 0.16%
153 BARFOLDBAYNTONBAYNTON EAST 3444 11 6774 0.16%
154 COWESSILVERLEAVESSMITHS BEACH 3922 9 5551 0.16%
155 KYABRAMKYABRAM SOUTHLANCASTER 3620 10 6172 0.16%
156 GILDEROYGLADYSDALEPOWELLTOWN 3797 4 2477 0.16%
157 DONCASTER 3108 25 15486 0.16%
158 IVANHOEIVANHOE EASTIVANHOE NORTH 3079 19 12013 0.15%
159 HUGHESDALEHUNTINGDALEOAKLEIGH 3166 29 18340 0.15%
160 BACCHUS MARSHBALLIANGBALLIANG EAST 3340 22 13920 0.15%
161 BITTERN 3918 4 2536 0.15%
162 VERMONTVERMONT SOUTH 3133 27 17173 0.15%
163 KNOXFIELD 3180 9 5726 0.15%
164 ARARATARMSTRONGBULGANA 3377 11 7009 0.15%
165 CLAYTONNOTTING HILL 3168 24 15407 0.15%
166 ALTONA MEADOWSLAVERTONSEABROOK 3028 35 22510 0.15%
167 BARKERS CREEKCAMPBELLS CREEKCHEWTON 3451 6 3862 0.15%
168 COTHAMKEW 3101 31 20035 0.15%
169 MOOROOLBARK 3138 25 16177 0.15%
170 BEENAKDON VALLEYHODDLES CREEK 3139 16 10355 0.15%
171 KILSYTHKILSYTH SOUTH 3137 16 10359 0.15%
172 BONA VISTALILLICOWARRAGUL 3820 17 11015 0.15%
173 ORFORDPORT FAIRY 3284 4 2595 0.15%
174 MONT ALBERTSURREY HILLSSURREY HILLS NORTH 3127 22 14376 0.15%
175 MOONEE PONDS 3039 17 11150 0.15%
176 KNOX CITY CENTRESTUDFIELDWANTIRNA 3152 40 26269 0.15%
177 NARRE WARREN EASTNARRE WARREN NORTH 3804 8 5255 0.15%
178 AIRPORT WESTKEILOR PARKNIDDRIE 3042 18 11879 0.15%
179 CLUNESGLENGOWERMOUNT CAMERON 3370 2 1328 0.15%
180 BUNBARTHAKATANDRAKATANDRA WEST 3634 2 1328 0.15%
181 MOUNT MARTHA 3934 19 12652 0.15%
182 BEAUMARISBLACK ROCKBLACK ROCK NORTH 3193 22 14673 0.14%
183 BLACKWARRYCALLIGNEECALLIGNEE NORTH 3844 32 21473 0.14%
184 MONBULK 3793 4 2703 0.14%
185 PASCOE VALEPASCOE VALE SOUTH 3044 29 19669 0.14%
186 BOX HILL NORTHKERRIMUIRMONT ALBERT NORTH 3129 19 12892 0.14%
187 TEMPLESTOWE 3106 20 13627 0.14%
188 ENDEAVOUR HILLS 3802 29 19806 0.14%
189 BROOKFIELDEXFORDEYNESBURY 3338 18 12347 0.14%
190 OAKLEIGH SOUTH 3167 11 7581 0.14%
191 WEST WODONGAWODONGAWODONGA PLAZA 3690 34 23470 0.14%
192 HOPPERS CROSSINGTARNEITTRUGANINA 3029 75 51944 0.14%
193 MORANG SOUTHSOUTH MORANG 3752 22 15243 0.14%
194 THORNBURY 3071 21 14564 0.14%
195 BALWYNBALWYN EAST 3103 18 12565 0.14%
196 ALLANSFORDMEPUNGAMEPUNGA EAST 3277 2 1400 0.14%
197 ECHUCAECHUCA SOUTHECHUCA VILLAGE 3564 17 11933 0.14%
198 HASTINGSTUERONG 3915 10 7026 0.14%
199 INVERLOCHPOUND CREEK 3996 6 4229 0.14%
200 CRAIGIEBURNDONNYBROOKKALKALLO 3064 55 38852 0.14%
201 BENDIGOBENDIGO SOUTHEAST BENDIGO 3550 46 33008 0.13%
202 ALVIEBALINTOREBARONGAROOK 3249 3 2163 0.13%
203 MILL PARK 3082 34 24544 0.13%
204 LILYDALE 3140 17 12296 0.13%
205 TEMPLESTOWE LOWER 3107 15 10860 0.13%
206 CHIRNSIDE PARK 3116 10 7282 0.13%
207 HEATHERTON 3202 3 2195 0.13%
208 HALLAM 3803 11 8074 0.13%
209 KURUNJANGMELTONMELTON WEST 3337 33 24379 0.13%
210 BELLFIELDHEIDELBERG HEIGHTSHEIDELBERG RGH 3081 15 11104 0.13%
211 DONCASTER EASTDONCASTER HEIGHTSTHE PINES 3109 30 22281 0.13%
212 BENNETTSWOODBURWOODSURREY HILLS SOUTH 3125 15 11157 0.13%
213 MOUNT WAVERLEYPINEWOODSYNDAL 3149 35 26287 0.13%
214 BEACONSFIELD UPPERDEWHURST 3808 3 2259 0.13%
215 BOISDALEBRIAGOLONGBUSHY PARK 3860 7 5282 0.13%
216 LANGWARRIN 3910 22 16630 0.13%
217 KEYSBOROUGH 3173 21 15876 0.13%
218 RYEST ANDREWS BEACHTOOTGAROOK 3941 12 9087 0.13%
219 FLEMINGTONKENSINGTON 3031 19 14422 0.13%
220 FOUNTAIN GATENARRE WARRENNARRE WARREN SOUTH3805 53 40268 0.13%
221 KEON PARKRESERVOIRRESERVOIR EAST 3073 52 39705 0.13%
222 WANGARATTAWANGARATTA WESTYARRUNGA 3677 18 13759 0.13%
223 LABERTOUCHELONGWARRYLONGWARRY NORTH 3816 2 1532 0.13%
224 BEDFORD ROADHEATHMONTRINGWOOD EAST 3135 20 15327 0.13%
225 BELLBRAEBELLS BEACHJAN JUC 3228 14 10744 0.13%
226 EPPINGEPPING DC 3076 27 20883 0.12%
227 BELMONTFRESHWATER CREEKGROVEDALE 3216 54 41825 0.12%
228 BRANDON PARKGLEN WAVERLEYWHEELERS HILL 3150 63 48839 0.12%
229 GEELONG WESTHERNE HILLMANIFOLD HEIGHTS 3218 13 10116 0.12%
230 HAMPTON PARK 3976 23 17902 0.12%
231 BURWOOD EASTBURWOOD HEIGHTS 3151 11 8610 0.12%
232 GREENVALE 3059 12 9414 0.12%
233 ALPHINGTONFAIRFIELD 3078 11 8652 0.12%
234 BOX HILLBOX HILL CENTRALBOX HILL SOUTH 3128 19 14970 0.12%
235 CLIFTON SPRINGSCURLEWISDRYSDALE 3222 12 9493 0.12%
236 GLEN IRIS 3146 25 19826 0.12%
237 ELTHAMELTHAM NORTHRESEARCH 3095 27 21588 0.12%
238 KOTUPNANATHALIAYIELIMA 3638 2 1606 0.12%
239 BALWYN NORTHGREYTHORN 3104 20 16160 0.12%
240 HIGHETT 3190 10 8131 0.12%
241 BUNINYONGSCOTSMANS LEAD 3357 3 2448 0.12%
242 BELL PARKBELL POST HILLDRUMCONDRA 3215 20 16393 0.12%
243 THE BASIN 3154 4 3283 0.12%
244 BURNSIDEBURNSIDE HEIGHTSCAIRNLEA 3023 51 42005 0.12%
245 DRIFFIELDHAZELWOODHAZELWOOD NORTH 3840 16 13250 0.12%
246 BEACONSFIELDGUYS HILL 3807 6 5000 0.12%
247 CHADSTONECHADSTONE CENTREHOLMESGLEN 3148 8 6689 0.11%
248 COOLAROOMEADOW HEIGHTS 3048 16 13494 0.11%
249 THOMASTOWN 3074 20 16884 0.11%
250 CLARINDACLAYTON SOUTH 3169 19 16129 0.11%
251 CAVEATDROPMOREHIGHLANDS 3660 7 5960 0.11%
252 EDEN PARKHUMEVALEKINGLAKE CENTRAL 3757 7 5986 0.11%
253 BULLAHARRECOBDENCOBRICO 3266 3 2566 0.11%
254 BALNARRINGBALNARRING BEACHMERRICKS BEACH 3926 3 2585 0.11%
255 BUNDOORAKINGSBURYLA TROBE UNIVERSITY 3083 27 23460 0.11%
256 ILLOWAKOROIT 3282 2 1752 0.11%
257 MILDURAMILDURA WESTPARINGI 3500 28 24555 0.11%
258 UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE 3010 2 1755 0.11%
259 INDENTED HEADPORTARLINGTONST LEONARDS 3223 6 5273 0.11%
260 KEILOR DOWNSKEILOR LODGETAYLORS LAKES 3038 26 22996 0.11%
261 MOUNT EVELYN 3796 8 7128 0.11%
262 KARDELLA SOUTHKORUMBURRAKORUMBURRA SOUTH3950 4 3592 0.11%
263 ALBIONGLENGALASUNSHINE 3020 37 33305 0.11%
264 DINGLEY VILLAGESPRINGVALE SOUTH 3172 20 18022 0.11%
265 BREAKWATEREAST GEELONGNEWCOMB 3219 18 16330 0.11%
266 FRANKSTON NORTHPINES FOREST 3200 5 4549 0.10%
267 BALLENDELLABAMAWMBAMAWM EXTENSION 3561 4 3640 0.10%
268 CALDER PARKDELAHEYHILLSIDE 3037 38 34644 0.10%
269 UPWEY 3158 6 5478 0.10%
270 FAWKNERFAWKNER EASTFAWKNER NORTH 3060 11 10057 0.10%
271 BERRYS CREEKBOOROOLHALLSTON 3953 6 5549 0.10%
272 AYRFORDBRUCKNELLCOORIEMUNGLE 3268 2 1860 0.10%
273 ALFREDTONBAKERY HILLBALLARAT 3350 47 43959 0.10%
274 ANGLESEA 3230 2 1887 0.10%
275 BRAYBROOKBRAYBROOK NORTHROBINSON 3019 7 6611 0.10%
276 KEILORKEILOR NORTH 3036 5 4748 0.10%
277 ADAMS ESTATECALDERMEADECORINELLA 3984 4 3802 0.10%
278 CASTLE DONNINGTONCHILLINGOLLAHFISH POINT 3585 9 8578 0.10%
279 BAILIESTONGOULBURN WEIRGRAYTOWN 3608 2 1912 0.10%
280 DENNINGTONWARRNAMBOOLWARRNAMBOOL EAST 3280 25 23966 0.10%
281 BANYULEEAGLEMONTHEIDELBERG 3084 21 20387 0.10%
282 NOBLE PARKNOBLE PARK EASTNOBLE PARK NORTH 3174 30 29411 0.10%
283 BOBINAWARRAHBOORHAMANBOORHAMAN EAST 3678 5 4932 0.10%
284 LOWER PLENTY 3093 3 3073 0.09%
285 BENALLABENALLA WEST 3672 8 8224 0.09%
286 BYADUK NORTHHAMILTON 3300 8 8235 0.09%
287 CORIONORLANENORTH SHORE 3214 18 18565 0.09%
288 MCCRAE 3938 2 2070 0.09%
289 BROADMEADOWSDALLASJACANA 3047 14 14676 0.09%
290 BULLARTOBULLARTO SOUTHCLYDESDALE 3461 3 3150 0.09%
291 SOMERS 3927 1 1076 0.09%
292 CRIB POINT 3919 2 2162 0.09%
293 LITTLE RIVER 3211 1 1083 0.09%
294 BASALTDAYLESFORD 3460 2 2188 0.09%
295 BRENTFORD SQUAREFOREST HILLNUNAWADING 3131 15 17032 0.08%
296 ABERFELDYAMORBOOLA 3825 14 16004 0.08%
297 BAROOGACOBRAMCOBRAM EAST 3644 6 6919 0.08%
298 DALES CREEKGREENDALEKOROBEIT 3341 1 1154 0.08%
299 COLACCOLAC EASTCOLAC WEST 3250 8 9338 0.08%
300 LA TROBE UNIVERSITY 3086 1 1171 0.08%
301 BIG PATS CREEKEAST WARBURTONMCMAHONS CREEK3799 4 4734 0.08%
302 ADELAIDE LEADALMABOWENVALE 3465 6 7115 0.08%
303 YARRAMBAT 3091 1 1194 0.08%
304 AVONSLEIGHCLEMATISEMERALD 3782 5 6013 0.08%
305 BARWITEMANSFIELDMIRIMBAH 3722 3 3622 0.08%
306 HARCOURTHARCOURT NORTHRAVENSWOOD 3453 1 1212 0.08%
307 BROKEN CREEKGOOMALIBEELIMA 3673 1 1228 0.08%
308 COLDSTREAMGRUYEREYERING 3770 2 2464 0.08%
309 ADDINGTONBALLARAT ROADSIDE DELIVERYBLOWHARD3352 9 11101 0.08%
310 BALLANBEREMBOKEBLAKEVILLE 3342 2 2469 0.08%
311 HMAS CERBERUS 3920 1 1236 0.08%
312 BEARS LAGOONBRENANAHGLENALBYN 3517 1 1236 0.08%
313 SALESALE NORTHWURRUK 3850 9 11129 0.08%
314 STAWELLSTAWELL WEST 3380 4 4952 0.08%
315 ALBANVALEKEALBAKINGS PARK 3021 34 42304 0.08%
316 ANDERSONARCHIES CREEKCAPE PATERSON 3995 6 7538 0.07%
317 ARTHURS CREEKCOTTLES BRIDGEHURSTBRIDGE 3099 3 3798 0.07%
318 CHILTERNCHILTERN VALLEYCORNISHTOWN 3683 1 1275 0.07%
319 BOGONGFALLS CREEKMOUNT BEAUTY 3699 2 2579 0.07%
320 KALIMNAKALIMNA WESTLAKE BUNGA 3909 5 6449 0.07%
321 COOMAGILLIESTONGIRGARRE EAST 3616 3 3894 0.07%
322 ROSEBUD WEST 3940 3 3910 0.07%
323 BALMATTUMCREIGHTONS CREEKEUROA 3666 3 3929 0.07%
324 AREEGRACARRONCOPE COPE 3480 1 1312 0.07%
325 MONTROSE 3765 4 5302 0.07%
326 CRESWICKCRESWICK NORTHDEAN 3363 2 2657 0.07%
327 ATHLONEDROUINDROUIN EAST 3818 7 9313 0.07%
328 AIRLYBUNDALAGUAHCLYDEBANK 3851 3 3994 0.07%
329 ACHERONALEXANDRACATHKIN 3714 2 2663 0.07%
330 BADGER CREEKCASTELLACHUM CREEK 3777 6 8149 0.07%
331 AVALONLARAPOINT WILSON 3212 8 10919 0.07%
332 SANDOWN VILLAGESPRINGVALE 3171 12 16381 0.07%
333 MOORARUSHWORTHWANALTA 3612 1 1373 0.07%
334 ARDMONACOOMBOONAMOOROOPNA 3629 5 6931 0.07%
335 BRUMBYBRUTHENBUCHAN 3885 1 1403 0.07%
336 CASTERTONCORNDALE 3311 1 1412 0.07%
337 HORSHAMHORSHAM WEST 3400 8 11381 0.07%
338 MACEDON 3440 1 1425 0.07%
339 CALIFORNIA GULLYCAMPBELLS FORESTEAGLEHAWK3556 6 8651 0.06%
340 APOLLO BAYCAPE OTWAYMARENGO 3233 1 1449 0.06%
341 BIG HILLGOLDEN GULLYGOLDEN SQUARE 3555 10 14677 0.06%
342 HATTAHKOORLONGMILDURA CENTRE PLAZA 3501 1 1469 0.06%
343 ARNOLDARNOLD WESTASCOT 3551 12 17716 0.06%
344 BENDOCBETE BOLONGBETE BOLONG NORTH 3888 2 3000 0.06%
345 BANNOCKBURNGHERINGHAPMAUDE 3331 2 3038 0.06%
346 BRIGHTFREEBURGHGERMANTOWN 3741 3 4647 0.06%
347 ARCADIAARCADIA SOUTHCOSGROVE 3631 5 7764 0.06%
348 POINT LONSDALEQUEENSCLIFFSWAN BAY 3225 2 3111 0.06%
349 ALLENDALEASCOTBALD HILLS 3364 1 1578 0.06%
350 BONEOCAPE SCHANCKFINGAL 3939 7 11130 0.06%
351 DELACOMBESEBASTOPOL 3356 7 11246 0.06%
352 BATHUMIBOOSEYBUNDALONG 3730 4 6520 0.06%
353 ALLESTREEBOLWARRACAPE BRIDGEWATER 3305 6 9854 0.06%
354 BAYLESCATANIDALMORE 3981 2 3288 0.06%
355 COCKATOOMOUNT BURNETTNANGANA 3781 2 3294 0.06%
356 BLAIRGOWRIE 3942 1 1684 0.05%
357 KYVALLEYTONGALAYAMBUNA 3621 1 1690 0.05%
358 NEW GISBORNE 3438 1 1705 0.05%
359 LAKE GARDENSMITCHELL PARKWENDOUREE 3355 6 10267 0.05%
360 TERANG 3264 1 1836 0.05%
361 BENNISONBOOLARONGFOSTER 3960 1 1861 0.05%
362 DIGGERS REST 3427 1 1869 0.05%
363 CHURCHILL 3842 2 3925 0.05%
364 BRANDY CREEKBRAVINGTONBULN BULN 3821 1 1995 0.05%
365 ANAKIEBARRABOOLBATESFORD 3221 3 6150 0.04%
366 DOVETONEUMEMMERRING 3177 4 8226 0.04%
367 ALLANS FLATBANDIANABARANDUDA 3691 3 6286 0.04%
368 FLOWERDALEGHIN GHINGLENBURN 3717 1 2166 0.04%
369 BUNYIPBUNYIP NORTHIONA 3815 1 2201 0.04%
370 CARDROSSCULLULLERAINELINDSAY POINT 3496 2 4547 0.04%
371 BLIND BIGHTTOORADINWARNEET 3980 1 2361 0.04%
372 BARINGHUPBARINGHUP WESTBRADFORD 3463 1 2384 0.04%
373 CAPE WOOLAMAICHURCHILL ISLANDNEWHAVEN 3925 1 2526 0.03%
374 BAIRNSDALEBANKSIA PENINSULABENGWORDEN 3875 5 13185 0.03%
375 CHRISTMAS HILLSDIXONS CREEKSTEELS CREEK 3775 1 2705 0.03%
376 ASHBOURNECADELLOCARLSRUHE 3442 2 5507 0.03%
377 CASTLEMAINEMOONLIGHT FLAT 3450 2 5550 0.03%
378 PARK ORCHARDS 3114 1 2807 0.03%
379 RIDDELLS CREEK 3431 1 2822 0.03%
380 ANNUELLOBANNERTONHAPPY VALLEY 3549 1 2947 0.03%
381 BOOLE POOLEOCEAN GRANGEPAYNESVILLE 3880 1 3098 0.03%
382 ALBERTONALBERTON WESTBALOOK 3971 1 3217 0.03%
383 BARWON HEADSBREAMLEACONNEWARRE 3227 1 3233 0.03%
384 BLACKHEATHBRIMPAENBUNGALALLY 3401 1 3477 0.02%
385 BOOKAARBOSTOCKS CREEKBUNGADOR 3260 1 3477 0.02%
386 BIRDWOODTONCABARITAMERBEIN 3505 1 3552 0.02%
387 IRYMPLE 3498 1 3737 0.02%
388 ARCHERTONBARJARGBOOROLITE 3723 1 4222 0.02%
389 BERRINGABO PEEPCAPE CLEAR 3351 1 5858 0.01%

 

QLD:

Rank PostCode # Ashley Madison accounts Adult residents % of adult population
1 BRISBANEBRISBANE ADELAIDE STREETBRISBANE GPO 4000 359 19948 1.79%
2 ALBIONALBION BCALBION DC 4010 9 1770 0.50%
3 BRISBANE MARKETROCKLEAROCKLEA DC 4106 5 1075 0.46%
4 NEW FARM 4005 43 10392 0.41%
5 ASCOTHAMILTONHAMILTON CENTRAL 4007 36 9287 0.38%
6 BELGIAN GARDENSCAPE CLEVELANDCASTLE HILL 4810 76 20182 0.37%
7 EAST BRISBANEKANGAROO POINT 4169 45 12018 0.37%
8 ARCHERFIELDARCHERFIELD BCCOOPERS PLAINS 4108 15 4039 0.37%
9 MANGO HILLNORTH LAKES 4509 50 13611 0.36%
10 MURARRIE 4172 10 3154 0.31%
11 AEROGLENBARRON GORGEBRINSMEAD 4870 182 58447 0.31%
12 CLAYFIELDHENDRA 4011 36 11981 0.30%
13 TINGALPATINGALPA BCTINGALPA DC 4173 20 6732 0.29%
14 ALEXANDRA HEADLAND 4572 11 3757 0.29%
15 BOWEN HILLSFORTITUDE VALLEYFORTITUDE VALLEY BC4006 45 15669 0.28%
16 ALEXANDRAALLIGATOR CREEKANDERGROVE 4740 177 61887 0.28%
17 MILTONMILTON BCPADDINGTON 4064 24 8436 0.28%
18 BALMORALBULIMBAHAWTHORNE 4171 32 11418 0.28%
19 BENOBBLEBIDDADDABABOYLAND 4275 7 2552 0.27%
20 COTTON TREEKULUINMAROOCHYDORE 4558 44 16122 0.27%
21 NEWPORTREDCLIFFEREDCLIFFE NORTH 4020 47 17271 0.27%
22 BENOWABUNDALLBUNDALL BC 4217 98 37073 0.26%
23 GUANABAMAUDSLANDOXENFORD 4210 32 12223 0.26%
24 LOGANHOLMELOGANHOLME BCLOGANHOLME DC 4129 12 4614 0.26%
25 NORTHGATE 4013 9 3553 0.25%
26 EMERALDYAMALA 4720 28 11149 0.25%
27 UNDERWOOD 4119 10 4042 0.24%
28 DEVEREUX CREEKMARIAN 4753 5 2034 0.24%
29 YERONGA 4104 11 4528 0.24%
30 ALLENSTOWNDEPOT HILLFAIRY BOWER 4700 39 16060 0.24%
31 CANNON HILLMORNINGSIDENORMAN PARK 4170 43 17817 0.24%
32 CASTAWAYS BEACHNOOSA HEADSSUNRISE BEACH 4567 24 10154 0.23%
33 BIRTINYABOKARINABUDDINA 4575 40 17024 0.23%
34 COORPAROOCOORPAROO BCCOORPAROO DC 4151 29 12424 0.23%
35 COOMERAPIMPAMAUPPER COOMERA 4209 56 24019 0.23%
36 GREENMOUNTPALMYRAVICTORIA PLAINS 4751 7 3051 0.22%
37 DIAMOND VALLEYGLENVIEWMOOLOOLAH 4553 9 3963 0.22%
38 ALDERLEYENOGGERAGAYTHORNE 4051 47 20738 0.22%
39 NATHAN 4111 3 1330 0.22%
40 BELMONT 4153 8 3615 0.22%
41 BELLI PARKDOONANEERWAH VALE 4562 12 5441 0.22%
42 BARNEY POINTBEECHERBENARABY 4680 88 40346 0.21%
43 PETRIE 4502 14 6432 0.21%
44 BIGGERA WATERSCOOMBABAHHOLLYWELL 4216 62 28575 0.21%
45 BROADBEACHBROADBEACH WATERSMERMAID BEACH 4218 62 28946 0.21%
46 AUGUSTINE HEIGHTSBELLBIRD PARKBROOKWATER 4300 70 32746 0.21%
47 DAISY HILLPRIESTDALESLACKS CREEK 4127 37 17447 0.21%
48 COLLINGWOOD PARKREDBANKREDBANK PLAINS 4301 35 16609 0.21%
49 CHELMERINDOOROOPILLYINDOOROOPILLY CENTRE 4068 39 18704 0.20%
50 MOOLOOLABAMOUNTAIN CREEK 4557 27 12957 0.20%
51 AUCHENFLOWERMOUNT COOT-THATOOWONG 4066 31 14962 0.20%
52 BRAY PARKBRENDALEBRENDALE BC 4500 59 28548 0.20%
53 NOOSAVILLENOOSAVILLE BCNOOSAVILLE DC 4566 15 7293 0.20%
54 AUSTRALIA FAIRCHIRN PARKLABRADOR 4215 80 39888 0.20%
55 HELENSVALEHELENSVALE TOWN CENTREHOPE ISLAND 4212 40 20031 0.19%
56 AMBROSEBRACEWELLDARTS CREEK 4695 2 1008 0.19%
57 DINMORENEW CHUMRIVERVIEW 4303 6 3044 0.19%
58 BASIN POCKETBRASSALLBREMER 4305 88 44726 0.19%
59 TAMBORINE 4270 5 2627 0.19%
60 ROCHEDALEROCHEDALE SOUTH 4123 24 12613 0.19%
61 ARANA HILLSKEPERRA 4054 19 10029 0.18%
62 COMOON LOOPETTY BAYMARTYVILLE 4858 2 1059 0.18%
63 BANYONUDGEENUDGEE BEACH 4014 16 8588 0.18%
64 GUMDALERANSOMEWAKERLEY 4154 12 6444 0.18%
65 ALBERTONBAHRS SCRUBBANNOCKBURN 4207 68 36566 0.18%
66 ACACIA RIDGEACACIA RIDGE BCACACIA RIDGE DC 4110 14 7544 0.18%
67 SALISBURYSALISBURY EAST 4107 9 4890 0.18%
68 CRESTMEADCRESTMEAD DCMARSDEN 4132 29 15804 0.18%
69 BARDON 4065 13 7094 0.18%
70 CAMP HILLCARINACARINA HEIGHTS 4152 62 33905 0.18%
71 KELVIN GROVEKELVIN GROVE DCRED HILL 4059 18 9888 0.18%
72 HIGHGATE HILLSOUTH BRISBANESOUTH BRISBANE BC 4101 34 18703 0.18%
73 CLEVELANDCLEVELAND DC 4163 22 12160 0.18%
74 MUNRUBENPARK RIDGEPARK RIDGE SOUTH 4125 10 5533 0.18%
75 MOOROOKATENNYSONYEERONGPILLY 4105 19 10522 0.18%
76 AUSTINVILLEBONOGINMUDGEERABA 4213 38 21171 0.17%
77 ELLEN GROVEFOREST LAKE 4078 31 17307 0.17%
78 HOLLAND PARKHOLLAND PARK EASTHOLLAND PARK WEST4121 33 18494 0.17%
79 MARCOOLAMUDJIMBAPACIFIC PARADISE 4564 15 8460 0.17%
80 GORDON PARKKEDRON 4031 18 10167 0.17%
81 SHAILER PARKTANAH MERAH 4128 22 12430 0.17%
82 LOTAMANLYMANLY WEST 4179 25 14151 0.17%
83 TALLEBUDGERATALLEBUDGERA VALLEY 4228 7 3963 0.17%
84 JIMBOOMBANORTH MACLEANSOUTH MACLEAN 4280 19 10822 0.17%
85 BLACK MOUNTAINCARTERS RIDGECOOROY 4563 11 6268 0.17%
86 ARMSTRONG BEACHBLUE MOUNTAINCAMPWIN BEACH 4737 10 5699 0.17%
87 LUTWYCHEWINDSORWOOLOOWIN 4030 22 12543 0.17%
88 ADVANCETOWNBEECHMONTBINNA BURRA 4211 77 43926 0.17%
89 BURANDADUTTON PARKWOOLLOONGABBA 4102 11 6330 0.17%
90 LYTTONPORT OF BRISBANEWYNNUM 4178 33 19017 0.17%
91 BUNYAFERNY GROVEFERNY HILLS 4055 25 14698 0.17%
92 ASPLEYBOONDALLCARSELDINE 4034 58 34236 0.16%
93 BURLEIGH BCBURLEIGH DCBURLEIGH HEADS 4220 43 25382 0.16%
94 ASHGROVEASHGROVE WEST 4060 17 10045 0.16%
95 ALEXANDRA HILLS 4161 22 13028 0.16%
96 DAKABINGRIFFINKALLANGUR 4503 44 26117 0.16%
97 MORANBAH 4744 16 9573 0.16%
98 MOUNT COTTONREDLAND BAYVICTORIA POINT 4165 42 25164 0.16%
99 ATHOLBLUE MOUNTAIN HEIGHTSCENTENARY HEIGHTS 4350 134 80387 0.16%
100 BILINGACOOLANGATTA 4225 14 8402 0.16%
101 NUNDAHTOOMBULWAVELL HEIGHTS 4012 27 16291 0.16%
102 BOREEN POINTCOOROIBAHCOOTHARABA 4565 19 11506 0.16%
103 CHERMSIDECHERMSIDE BCCHERMSIDE CENTRE 4032 21 12791 0.16%
104 GLASS HOUSE MOUNTAINS 4518 6 3655 0.16%
105 BETHANIA 4205 6 3669 0.16%
106 AIRLIE BEACHCANNONVALEFLAMETREE 4802 13 8024 0.16%
107 AITKENVALEAITKENVALE BCANNANDALE 4814 56 35276 0.15%
108 ARUNDELARUNDEL BCARUNDEL DC 4214 45 28502 0.15%
109 GOLDSBOROUGHGORDONVALEGREEN HILL 4865 9 5702 0.15%
110 EATONS HILL 4037 9 5716 0.15%
111 CAPALABACAPALABA BCCAPALABA DC 4157 23 14666 0.15%
112 BUCASIASHOAL POINT 4750 6 3828 0.15%
113 BROOKFIELDCHAPEL HILLFIG TREE POCKET 4069 40 25808 0.15%
114 ANSTEADBELLBOWRIEMOGGILL 4070 12 7793 0.15%
115 ALICE RIVERBOHLE PLAINSHERVEY RANGE 4817 34 22248 0.15%
116 BEACH HOLMBLACK RIVERBLUE HILLS 4818 23 15115 0.15%
117 KURABY 4112 9 5917 0.15%
118 FITZGIBBONTAIGUM 4018 11 7282 0.15%
119 BROWNS PLAINSBROWNS PLAINS BCFORESTDALE 4118 33 21882 0.15%
120 REEDY CREEKVARSITY LAKES 4227 21 13930 0.15%
121 ALICE CREEKBALLOGIEBENAIR 4610 17 11298 0.15%
122 BRACKEN RIDGEBRIGHTONBRIGHTON EVENTIDE 4017 42 28354 0.14%
123 HEMMANT 4174 3 2030 0.14%
124 CURRAJONGGULLIVERHERMIT PARK 4812 24 16374 0.14%
125 ROBINA TOWN CENTRE 4230 2 1381 0.14%
126 TIERI 4709 2 1396 0.14%
127 ADELAIDE PARKBANGALEEBARLOWS HILL 4703 24 16792 0.14%
128 COOLUM BEACHMARCUS BEACHMOUNT COOLUM 4573 25 17498 0.14%
129 CLIFTON BEACHELLIS BEACHKEWARRA BEACH 4879 22 15475 0.14%
130 BERSERKERCENTRAL QUEENSLAND UNIVERSITY,FRENCHVILLE 4701 46 32566 0.14%
131 SEVENTEEN MILE ROCKSSINNAMON PARK 4073 10 7168 0.13%
132 BRIDGESMAROOCHY RIVERNINDERRY 4561 7 5041 0.13%
133 AROONABATTERY HILLBELLS CREEK 4551 56 40388 0.13%
134 ALGESTERPARKINSON 4115 19 13724 0.13%
135 CLEAR ISLAND WATERSMERRIMACROBINA 4226 33 23996 0.13%
136 JAMBOREE HEIGHTSJINDALEEMIDDLE PARK 4074 25 18370 0.13%
137 BURBANKMACKENZIE 4156 3 2231 0.13%
138 CHAMBERS FLATLOGAN RESERVEWATERFORD 4133 15 11316 0.13%
139 BUDERIMFOREST GLENKUNDA PARK 4556 40 30185 0.13%
140 BARRONCARAVONICAHOLLOWAYS BEACH 4878 13 9813 0.13%
141 BROOKSIDE CENTREEVERTON HILLSEVERTON PARK 4053 44 33231 0.13%
142 MANSFIELDMANSFIELD BCMANSFIELD DC 4122 45 34064 0.13%
143 ELANORAPALM BEACH 4221 28 21442 0.13%
144 BELLTHORPECEDARTONCOMMISSIONERS FLAT 4514 6 4625 0.12%
145 BIRKDALE 4159 14 10858 0.12%
146 CLONTARFCLONTARF BEACHCLONTARF DC 4019 20 15533 0.12%
147 CRAIGLIEKILLALOEMOWBRAY 4877 10 7783 0.12%
148 CLUDENIDALIAJAMES COOK UNIVERSITY 4811 12 9366 0.12%
149 ATKINSONS DAMBRIGHTVIEWBUARABA 4311 9 7085 0.12%
150 CALAMVALEDREWVALESTRETTON 4116 23 18218 0.12%
151 BORONIA HEIGHTSGREENBANKLYONS 4124 17 13478 0.12%
152 CROWLEY VALEFOREST HILLGLEN CAIRN 4342 2 1592 0.12%
153 DOOLANDELLADURACKINALA 4077 24 19143 0.12%
154 BAUHINIADROMEDARYKIANGA 4718 3 2395 0.12%
155 ANNERLEYANNERLEY DCFAIRFIELD 4103 14 11197 0.12%
156 BLACKSTONEBOOVALBOOVAL BC 4304 15 12032 0.12%
157 GILBERTONJACOBS WELLKINGSHOLME 4208 14 11253 0.12%
158 ALBANY CREEKBRIDGEMAN DOWNS 4035 22 18001 0.12%
159 NARANGBA 4504 14 11463 0.12%
160 CAMPBELLS POCKETDAYBOROKING SCRUB 4521 4 3311 0.12%
161 THE GAP 4061 15 12423 0.12%
162 ARMSTRONG CREEKCAMP MOUNTAINCEDAR CREEK 4520 11 9121 0.12%
163 EIGHT MILE PLAINSRUNCORN 4113 27 22553 0.11%
164 CHEVALLUMHUNCHYLANDERS SHOOT 4555 6 5020 0.11%
165 CORINDAGRACEVILLEGRACEVILLE EAST 4075 20 16771 0.11%
166 KOAHKURANDAMONA MONA 4881 4 3365 0.11%
167 ACLANDAUBIGNYBALGOWAN 4401 5 4225 0.11%
168 BLACKWATER 4717 6 5080 0.11%
169 BARRINGUNCOONGOOLACUNNAMULLA 4490 2 1708 0.11%
170 LAWNTON 4501 5 4293 0.11%
171 GORANBATARA 4421 2 1721 0.11%
172 DECEPTION BAY 4508 17 14629 0.11%
173 BALLAROOBLYTHDALEBUNGEWORGORAI 4455 8 6894 0.11%
174 FEDERALPINBARRENPOMONA 4568 3 2627 0.11%
175 BLAXLANDBUNYA MOUNTAINSDALBY 4405 12 10743 0.11%
176 AMAMOORAMAMOOR CREEKANDERLEIGH 4570 34 30449 0.11%
177 ALEXANDRIAALPURRURULAMBARKLY 4825 22 19708 0.11%
178 BEACHMEREBELLMERECABOOLTURE 4510 36 32279 0.11%
179 BURPENGARYBURPENGARY DC 4505 16 14466 0.11%
180 ORMISTONWELLINGTON POINT 4160 15 13604 0.11%
181 BOORALBUNYA CREEKCRAIGNISH 4655 50 45527 0.10%
182 CARBROOKCORNUBIA 4130 7 6382 0.10%
183 ARATULACHARLWOODCLUMBER 4309 2 1830 0.10%
184 ELIMBAH 4516 3 2769 0.10%
185 BOOLBOONDABOOYALBULLYARD 4671 5 4702 0.10%
186 COOLOOLACOOLOOLA COVETIN CAN BAY 4580 4 3784 0.10%
187 KINGSTONLOGAN CENTRALLOGAN CITY BC 4114 26 24611 0.10%
188 BUTCHERS CREEKGLEN ALLYNJAGGAN 4885 3 2898 0.10%
189 MACGREGORROBERTSONSUNNYBANK 4109 31 30043 0.10%
190 BLI BLIBURNSIDECOES CREEK 4560 23 22420 0.10%
191 BEERWAHCOOCHIN CREEKCROHAMHURST 4519 6 5885 0.10%
192 BENTLEY PARKEDMONTONMOUNT PETER 4869 12 12111 0.09%
193 BAMBOO CREEKBELVEDERECOCONUTS 4860 9 9086 0.09%
194 AMIENSBROADWATERCANNON CREEK 4380 6 6063 0.09%
195 DARRAWACOL 4076 6 6073 0.09%
196 ADAREBLACK DUCK CREEKCAFFEY 4343 8 8168 0.09%
197 LOGANLEAMEADOWBROOK 4131 7 7154 0.09%
198 ST LUCIAST LUCIA SOUTH 4067 8 8203 0.09%
199 BAFFLE WESTBEILBADURHAM DOWNS 4454 1 1031 0.09%
200 ABBOTSFORDALLOWAYASHFIELD 4670 60 62052 0.09%
201 CURRUMBINCURRUMBIN DCCURRUMBIN VALLEY 4223 11 11402 0.09%
202 ALLORABERATDEUCHAR 4362 2 2091 0.09%
203 CONDONGRANITE VALEGUMLOW 4815 14 14891 0.09%
204 EMU PARKZILZIE 4710 3 3192 0.09%
205 BARKER CREEK FLATBROOKLANDSBULLCAMP 4615 5 5324 0.09%
206 EAGLE HEIGHTS 4271 2 2136 0.09%
207 BALD HILLS 4036 5 5396 0.09%
208 THORNLANDS 4164 9 9775 0.09%
209 GREENSLOPESSTONES CORNER 4120 7 7873 0.08%
210 KIPPA-RING 4021 7 7915 0.08%
211 AMBERLEYAVOCA VALEBANKS CREEK 4306 21 23747 0.08%
212 COORAN 4569 1 1132 0.08%
213 BOONDANDILLAHANNAFORDJIMBOUR 4406 1 1138 0.08%
214 BAFFLE CREEKBERAJONDODEEPWATER 4674 1 1149 0.08%
215 BILYANABIRKALLABULGUN 4854 4 4642 0.08%
216 BRACALBAWAMURANWAMURAN BASIN 4512 2 2325 0.08%
217 DYSART 4745 3 3515 0.08%
218 ARGYLLCLERMONTFRANKFIELD 4721 3 3518 0.08%
219 BAYVIEW HEIGHTSMOUNT SHERIDANWHITE ROCK 4868 14 16702 0.08%
220 MOUNT TAMBORINENORTH TAMBORINETAMBORINE MOUNTAIN 4272 3 3585 0.08%
221 MOORINAMORAYFIELD 4506 12 14605 0.08%
222 ARCADIAFLORENCE BAYHORSESHOE BAY 4819 2 2447 0.08%
223 BLENHEIMHATTON VALEKENSINGTON GROVE 4341 8 9852 0.08%
224 MAY DOWNSMIDDLEMOUNT 4746 2 2513 0.07%
225 BALLARDBAPAUMEBIRNAM 4352 14 17908 0.07%
226 ROTHWELL 4022 4 5128 0.07%
227 BALD KNOBBALMORAL RIDGEBOOROOBIN 4552 5 6446 0.07%
228 ALDERSHOTANTIGUABAUPLE 4650 20 26042 0.07%
229 KINGSTHORPE 4400 1 1347 0.07%
230 GLENDENSUTTOR 4743 1 1367 0.07%
231 EUDLOILKLEY 4554 1 1379 0.07%
232 GLENFERNHAZELDEANJIMNA 4515 2 2792 0.07%
233 BIARRABRAEMORECOOEEIMBARDI 4313 1 1399 0.07%
234 BENHOLMEDOWS CREEKMIA MIA 4754 1 1407 0.07%
235 AGNES WATERCAPTAIN CREEKCOLOSSEUM 4677 2 2852 0.07%
236 HOWITTNORMANNORMANTON 4890 1 1452 0.06%
237 ABINGTONAPPLE TREE CREEKBUXTON 4660 4 5812 0.06%
238 BARCALDINEBARCALDINE DOWNSPATRICK 4725 1 1481 0.06%
239 BAKING BOARDBOONARGABURNCLUITH 4413 4 6051 0.06%
240 CARPENTARIAJULIA CREEKKYNUNA 4823 1 1517 0.06%
241 COLUMBOOLADALWOGONGURULMUNDI 4415 1 1522 0.06%
242 DIDDILLIBAHKIELS MOUNTAINWEST WOOMBYE 4559 3 4594 0.06%
243 GODWIN BEACHNINGISANDSTONE POINT 4511 4 6235 0.06%
244 TUGUNTUGUN HEIGHTS 4224 3 4762 0.06%
245 ATHERTONCARRINGTONEAST BARRON 4883 4 6456 0.06%
246 BINBEEBOGIEBOWEN 4805 6 9733 0.06%
247 BOND UNIVERSITY 4229 1 1634 0.06%
248 BANKSIA BEACHBELLARABONGAREE 4507 9 14854 0.06%
249 CARSTAIRSFREDERICKSFIELDHOME HILL 4806 2 3314 0.06%
250 CLONCURRYFOUR WAYSGIDYA 4824 2 3316 0.06%
251 BINGIL BAYCARMOODJIRU 4852 2 3358 0.05%
252 ALLANBONY MOUNTAINCANNINGVALE 4370 8 13442 0.05%
253 BARLILBYEECHERBOURG 4605 2 3433 0.05%
254 ALLENVIEWBEAUDESERTBIRNAM 4285 8 13788 0.05%
255 ANDROMACHEBRANDY CREEKBREADALBANE 4800 4 6953 0.05%
256 HERBERTONIRVINEBANKKALUNGA 4887 1 1739 0.05%
257 AMITYAMITY POINTDUNWICH 4183 1 1782 0.05%
258 AIRDMILLANAIRVILLEALVA 4807 5 8926 0.05%
259 BONGEENBROXBURNEVANSLEA 4356 2 3641 0.05%
260 BALL BAYBRIGHTLYCLAIRVIEW 4741 5 9332 0.05%
261 BILOELACALLIDECASTLE CREEK 4715 3 5612 0.05%
262 ALBERTAALSACEALTON DOWNS 4702 11 21041 0.05%
263 ABERGOWRIEALLINGHAMBAMBAROO 4850 5 9953 0.05%
264 ALABAMA HILLBALFES CREEKBASALT 4820 4 8610 0.04%
265 EVANS LANDINGJARDINE RIVERMAPOON 4874 2 4372 0.04%
266 COLLINSVILLEMOUNT COOLONMOUNT WYATT 4804 1 2216 0.04%
267 ANDURAMBACRESSBROOK CREEKCROWS NEST 4355 1 2216 0.04%
268 BAREEBOULDER CREEKFLETCHER CREEK 4714 1 2359 0.04%
269 ARANBANGABAN BANBAN BAN SPRINGS 4625 1 2455 0.04%
270 UNIVERSITY OF QUEENSLAND 4072 1 2468 0.04%
271 COOCHIEMUDLO ISLANDKARRAGARRA ISLANDLAMB ISLAND 4184 2 5095 0.03%
272 BEGONIAST GEORGE 4487 1 2579 0.03%
273 BAMBOOBONNIE DOONCAPE TRIBULATION 4873 2 5292 0.03%
274 THORNESIDE 4158 1 2848 0.03%
275 ARRIGABIBOOHRACHEWKO 4880 3 9901 0.03%
276 CAMOOLACHORREGONERNESTINA 4730 1 3547 0.02%
277 BEELBI CREEKBURGOWANBURRUM 4659 1 3644 0.02%
278 ALLANDALEANTHONYBLANTYRE 4310 1 4843 0.02%
279 BADU ISLANDBANKS ISLANDBOIGU ISLAND 4875 1 4995 0.02%
280 BILLA BILLACALINGUNEECALLANDOON 4390 1 5236 0.01%
281 ALLIGATOR CREEKBALGAL BEACHBARRINGHA 4816 1 7170 0.01%

 

SA:

Rank PostCode # Ashley Madison accounts Adult residents % of adult population
1 ADELAIDEADELAIDE BCCITY WEST CAMPUS 5000 247 15740 1.56%
2 BIRDWOOD 5234 5 1011 0.49%
3 KUDLAMUNNO PARAMUNNO PARA DOWNS 5115 18 5097 0.35%
4 BOWDENBROMPTONHINDMARSH 5007 17 5212 0.32%
5 GLENELGGLENELG EASTGLENELG JETTY ROAD 5045 38 14001 0.27%
6 WOODVILLEWOODVILLE PARKWOODVILLE SOUTH 5011 22 8137 0.27%
7 NORTH ADELAIDENORTH ADELAIDE MELBOURNE ST 5006 16 6815 0.23%
8 HYDE PARKMALVERNUNLEY 5061 18 7873 0.22%
9 LOBETHAL 5241 4 1800 0.22%
10 BLAKISTONLITTLEHAMPTONTOTNESS 5250 5 2282 0.21%
11 BUCKLAND PARKVIRGINIA 5120 3 1396 0.21%
12 BRUKUNGADAWESLEYHAY VALLEY 5252 9 4236 0.21%
13 CHRISTIES BEACHCHRISTIES BEACH NORTH 5165 9 4244 0.21%
14 EVANSTONEVANSTON GARDENSEVANSTON PARK 5116 13 6183 0.21%
15 NOARLUNGA CENTRENOARLUNGA DOWNSOLD NOARLUNGA5168 8 3827 0.20%
16 NORTH HAVENOUTER HARBOR 5018 10 4799 0.20%
17 ANDREWS FARMBLAKEVIEWCRAIGMORE 5114 43 21557 0.19%
18 EASTWOODFREWVILLEFULLARTON 5063 20 10029 0.19%
19 ASHFORDBLACK FORESTEVERARD PARK 5035 10 5086 0.19%
20 CLELANDCRAFERSCRAFERS WEST 5152 9 4631 0.19%
21 BROWN HILL CREEKCLAPHAMHAWTHORN 5062 23 11979 0.19%
22 GRANGEHENLEY BEACHHENLEY BEACH SOUTH 5022 23 12058 0.19%
23 BALGOWANCHINAMAN WELLSMAITLAND 5573 3 1617 0.18%
24 BIBARINGABUCHFELDECONCORDIA 5118 25 13592 0.18%
25 ASHBOURNEBULL CREEKCHERRY GARDENS 5157 4 2190 0.18%
26 KLEMZIGWINDSOR GARDENS 5087 16 8858 0.18%
27 BROOKLYN PARKLOCKLEYSUNDERDALE 5032 18 10166 0.17%
28 OSBORNETAPEROO 5017 7 3969 0.17%
29 MAWSON LAKESPOORAKA 5095 25 14418 0.17%
30 GILLES PLAINSGREENACRESHAMPSTEAD GARDENS 5086 21 12290 0.17%
31 PARA VISTAVALLEY VIEW 5093 12 7122 0.16%
32 FLINDERS PARKKIDMAN PARK 5025 11 6546 0.16%
33 FITZROYOVINGHAMPROSPECT 5082 20 11925 0.16%
34 GULFVIEW HEIGHTSPARA HILLSPARA HILLS WEST 5096 19 11448 0.16%
35 CAMDEN PARKPLYMPTONPLYMPTON PARK 5038 20 12067 0.16%
36 COORONGMENINGIEMENINGIE EAST 5264 2 1215 0.16%
37 COLLINSWOODGILBERTONMEDINDIE 5081 12 7366 0.16%
38 DAVEYSTONEBENEZERLIGHT PASS 5355 9 5579 0.16%
39 MODBURYMODBURY HEIGHTSMODBURY NORTH 5092 21 13022 0.16%
40 BEDFORD PARKCLOVELLY PARKFLINDERS UNIVERSITY 5042 15 9315 0.16%
41 BRIGHTONDOVER GARDENSHOVE 5048 18 11196 0.16%
42 MOANASEAFORDSEAFORD HEIGHTS 5169 17 10650 0.15%
43 CAMPBELLTOWNNEWTON 5074 16 10120 0.15%
44 BEAUMONTBURNSIDEERINDALE 5066 14 8986 0.15%
45 BELAIRGLENALTA 5052 8 5140 0.15%
46 COLONEL LIGHT GARDENSCUMBERLAND PARKDAW PARK5041 16 10395 0.15%
47 GLANDOREKURRALTA PARKNETLEY 5037 13 8541 0.15%
48 NOVAR GARDENS 5040 3 1988 0.15%
49 BALAKLAVABOWILLIADALKEY 5461 3 1995 0.15%
50 GLENGOWRIESOMERTON PARK 5044 13 8652 0.15%
51 BOORS PLAINCUNLIFFEJERICHO 5554 6 3995 0.15%
52 BEULAH PARKKENT TOWNNORWOOD 5067 13 8711 0.14%
53 FISHERMAN BAYLOWER BROUGHTONPORT BROUGHTON 5522 2 1347 0.14%
54 GOLDEN GROVEGOLDEN GROVE VILLAGEGREENWITH 5125 21 14286 0.14%
55 ELIZABETHELIZABETH EASTELIZABETH GROVE 5112 22 15072 0.14%
56 BLACKWOODCOROMANDEL VALLEYCRAIGBURN FARM 5051 15 10277 0.14%
57 LARGS BAYLARGS NORTHPETERHEAD 5016 10 6852 0.14%
58 BIRKENHEADETHELTONGLANVILLE 5015 7 4803 0.14%
59 CLARENCE GARDENSEDWARDSTOWNMELROSE PARK 5039 10 6868 0.14%
60 BLAIR ATHOLBLAIR ATHOL WESTKILBURN 5084 11 7620 0.14%
61 CHRISTIE DOWNS 5164 6 4178 0.14%
62 HAHNDORFPAECHTOWNVERDUN 5245 4 2806 0.14%
63 HECTORVILLEROSTREVORTRANMERE 5073 17 11994 0.14%
64 ALTONABAROSSA GOLDFIELDSCOCKATOO VALLEY 5351 6 4243 0.14%
65 REDWOOD PARKRIDGEHAVENST AGNES 5097 15 10759 0.13%
66 CURRENCY CREEKGOOLWAGOOLWA BEACH 5214 9 6492 0.13%
67 ALDINGAALDINGA BEACHPORT WILLUNGA 5173 12 8718 0.13%
68 FULHAMFULHAM GARDENSWEST BEACH 5024 15 10929 0.13%
69 BALDINABOOBOROWIEBURRA 5417 2 1471 0.13%
70 ARMAGHBARINIABENBOURNIE 5453 5 3678 0.13%
71 PARALOWIESALISBURYSALISBURY DOWNS 5108 40 29593 0.13%
72 COWANDILLAHILTONHILTON PLAZA 5033 9 6681 0.13%
73 ASCOT PARKMARIONMITCHELL PARK 5043 20 14986 0.13%
74 BLEWITT SPRINGSMCLAREN FLATMCLAREN VALE 5171 6 4533 0.13%
75 GREEN FIELDSPARAFIELD GARDENS 5107 16 12097 0.13%
76 AULDANAMAGILLMAGILL NORTH 5072 13 9940 0.13%
77 ATHOL PARKMANSFIELD PARKWOODVILLE GARDENS 5012 10 7654 0.13%
78 CROMEREDEN VALLEYFLAXMAN VALLEY 5235 2 1547 0.12%
79 EXETERSEMAPHORESEMAPHORE PARK 5019 10 7748 0.12%
80 BOLIVARBURTONDIREK 5110 8 6250 0.12%
81 HACKHAMHACKHAM WESTHUNTFIELD HEIGHTS 5163 14 11083 0.12%
82 ALBERT PARKALBERTONCHELTENHAM 5014 12 9563 0.12%
83 GLEN OSMONDGLENUNGAMOUNT OSMOND 5064 10 8042 0.12%
84 BRIMBAGOCOOMBEKEITH 5267 2 1609 0.12%
85 CLEARVIEWENFIELDENFIELD PLAZA 5085 16 12922 0.12%
86 FAIRVIEW PARKSURREY DOWNSYATALA VALE 5126 7 5738 0.12%
87 WEST LAKES 5021 6 4987 0.12%
88 FELIXSTOWFIRLEGLYNDE 5070 14 11931 0.11%
89 KINGSTON PARKMARINOSEACLIFF 5049 9 7698 0.11%
90 MORPHETT VALEWOODCROFT 5162 31 26558 0.11%
91 PORT NOARLUNGAPORT NOARLUNGA SOUTH 5167 5 4297 0.11%
92 BRAHMA LODGESALISBURY EASTSALISBURY EAST NORTHBRI AVE 5109 19 16395 0.11%
93 HIGHBURY 5089 6 5213 0.11%
94 BUGLE RANGESMOUNT BARKERMOUNT BARKER JUNCTION5251 11 9666 0.11%
95 HOLDEN HILL 5088 3 2646 0.11%
96 FINDONSEATONSEATON NORTH 5023 15 13326 0.11%
97 CALLINGTONCALOOTEMONARTO 5254 2 1779 0.11%
98 AVOCA DELLBRINKLEYBURDETT 5253 16 14285 0.11%
99 HALLETT COVEO’HALLORAN HILLO’HALLORAN HILL DC 5158 21 18818 0.11%
100 MILE ENDMILE END SOUTHTHEBARTON 5031 9 8118 0.11%
101 CARAWACHANDADACHINBINGINA 5680 2 1861 0.10%
102 ABERFOYLE PARKCHANDLERS HILLFLAGSTAFF HILL 5159 28 26133 0.10%
103 ATHELSTONECASTAMBUL 5076 8 7473 0.10%
104 BRIDGEWATERMOUNT GEORGE 5155 3 2892 0.10%
105 OAKLANDS PARKWARRADALEWARRADALE NORTH 5046 7 6779 0.10%
106 BANKSIA PARKTEA TREE GULLYVISTA 5091 6 5877 0.10%
107 SELLICKS BEACHSELLICKS HILL 5174 2 1976 0.10%
108 ALLENBY GARDENSBEVERLEYKILKENNY 5009 4 3991 0.10%
109 MORN HILLROSEWORTHYSHEA-OAK LOG 5371 1 1006 0.09%
110 CROYDONCROYDON PARKCROYDON PARK SOUTH 5008 11 11155 0.09%
111 ANGASTONBLACK HILLCAMBRAI 5353 3 3046 0.09%
112 MOUNT GAMBIERMOUNT GAMBIER DC 5290 19 19418 0.09%
113 BERRIGERARDGURRA GURRA 5343 4 4089 0.09%
114 AVONCALOMBADUBLIN 5501 5 5193 0.09%
115 BLANCHE HARBORMIRANDAMUNDALLIO 5700 9 9663 0.09%
116 BACK VALLEYENCOUNTER BAYHAYBOROUGH 5211 11 11936 0.09%
117 MUNDIC CREEKMURTHOPARINGA 5340 1 1100 0.09%
118 CHARLESTONHARROGATEINVERBRACKIE 5244 3 3305 0.09%
119 MACDONALD PARKPENFIELDPENFIELD GARDENS 5121 1 1110 0.09%
120 ANGAS PLAINSBELVIDEREBLETCHLEY 5255 6 6703 0.08%
121 COLLEGE PARKEVANDALEHACKNEY 5069 6 6827 0.08%
122 BOOKPURNONGLOXTONLOXTON NORTH 5333 4 4583 0.08%
123 GILLMANOTTOWAYPENNINGTON 5013 7 8037 0.08%
124 BRUCEQUORNSALTIA 5433 1 1180 0.08%
125 BLACKY POINTCULTANADOUGLAS POINT 5600 5 5910 0.08%
126 BRAYNORA CREINAROBE 5276 1 1187 0.08%
127 BROADVIEWNAILSWORTHSEFTON PARK 5083 5 5940 0.08%
128 DERNANCOURTPARADISE 5075 7 8439 0.08%
129 INGLE FARMWALKLEY HEIGHTS 5098 8 9761 0.08%
130 HOPE VALLEY 5090 5 6379 0.07%
131 FISCHERGRACE PLAINSKORUNYE 5502 1 1277 0.07%
132 MOUNT COMPASSMOUNT MAGNIFICENTNANGKITA 5210 1 1281 0.07%
133 WYNN VALE 5127 5 6451 0.07%
134 BUNGAMACOONAMIANAPPERBY 5540 9 11932 0.07%
135 DULWICHGLENSIDELINDEN PARK 5065 6 7980 0.07%
136 ARDROSSANBLACK POINTCUNNINGHAM 5571 1 1367 0.07%
137 BARMERALOVEDAYSPECTACLE LAKE 5345 2 2781 0.07%
138 HEATHPOOLKENSINGTONKENSINGTON GARDENS 5068 7 9886 0.07%
139 DAVOREN PARKDAVOREN PARK NORTHDAVOREN PARK SOUTH 5113 10 14325 0.06%
140 BEACHPORTCLAY WELLSFURNER 5280 4 5732 0.06%
141 ELWOMPLETAILEM BEND 5260 1 1443 0.06%
142 BELLEVUE HEIGHTSEDEN HILLS 5050 3 4421 0.06%
143 DINGABLEDINGAHOPE FORESTKUITPO 5172 2 3060 0.06%
144 O’SULLIVAN BEACH 5166 1 1538 0.06%
145 ANGLE PARKFERRYDEN PARKREGENCY PARK 5010 3 4651 0.06%
146 OLD REYNELLAREYNELLAREYNELLA EAST 5161 5 7802 0.06%
147 PORT ELLIOT 5212 1 1593 0.06%
148 CLARENCE PARKGOODWOODKINGS PARK 5034 5 7974 0.06%
149 AGERYCROSS ROADSEAST MOONTA 5558 2 3267 0.06%
150 BIGGS FLATBRADBURYCHAPEL HILL 5153 3 4954 0.06%
151 ANGLE VALE 5117 1 1715 0.05%
152 BLACKFORDBOATSWAIN POINTCAPE JAFFA 5275 1 1786 0.05%
153 BOOL LAGOONCADGEEJOANNA 5271 3 5363 0.05%
154 WHYALLA NORRIEWHYALLA NORRIE EASTWHYALLA NORRIE NORTH 5608 6 10933 0.05%
155 CAPE JERVISCARRICKALINGADEEP CREEK 5204 1 2053 0.04%
156 KIRTON POINTPORT LINCOLN 5606 5 11071 0.04%
157 OLYMPIC DAMROXBY DOWNS 5725 2 4745 0.04%
158 BANGHAMBORDERTOWNBORDERTOWN SOUTH 5268 1 2405 0.04%
159 BOOLGUNDEVLINS POUNDGOOD HOPE LANDING 5330 1 2462 0.04%
160 BLUFF BEACHBRENTWOODCORNY POINT 5575 1 2472 0.04%
161 ALDGATE 5154 1 2503 0.03%
162 ALLENDALE NORTHBAGOT WELLBETHEL 5373 1 2521 0.03%
163 BAY OF SHOALSBIRCHMOREBROWNLOW KI 5223 1 2806 0.03%
164 CHAFFEYCOOLTONGCRESCENT 5341 2 6087 0.03%
165 ARKAROOLA VILLAGECOMMISSARIAT POINTCOOK 5710 1 3086 0.03%
166 DARLINGTONSEACOMBE GARDENSSEACOMBE HEIGHTS 5047 2 6192 0.03%
167 ANGAS VALLEYBIG BENDBOLTO 5238 1 3115 0.03%
168 BOOKABIECEDUNACHARRA 5690 1 3578 0.02%
169 BETHANYGOMERSALKRONDORF 5352 1 4150 0.02%

 

WA:

Rank PostCode # Ashley Madison accounts Adult residents % of adult population
1 CITY DELIVERY CENTREPERTHPERTH GPO 6000 275 11900 2.31%
2 KINGS PARKWEST PERTH 6005 26 5245 0.49%
3 JURIEN BAY 6516 5 1169 0.42%
4 HERDSMANOSBORNE PARKOSBORNE PARK DC 6017 15 3527 0.42%
5 TWO ROCKS 6037 7 1659 0.42%
6 MUNDARINGMUNDARING DC 6073 10 2424 0.41%
7 BUTLERJINDALEE 6036 27 7291 0.37%
8 FREMANTLE 6160 27 7491 0.36%
9 SECRET HARBOUR 6173 24 6972 0.34%
10 SCARBOROUGHWEMBLEY DOWNS 6019 54 17175 0.31%
11 RIVERVALE 6103 22 7268 0.30%
12 LEDAWELLARD 6170 14 4763 0.29%
13 HIGHGATENORTHBRIDGE 6003 8 2744 0.29%
14 YANCHEP 6035 9 3127 0.28%
15 BANKSIA GROVECARRAMARNEERABUP 6031 21 7927 0.26%
16 AVELEYBELHUSBRIGADOON 6069 47 17852 0.26%
17 BAUDINCOWARAMUPGRACETOWN 6284 3 1142 0.26%
18 BURSWOODLATHLAINVICTORIA PARK 6100 32 12305 0.26%
19 BURNS BEACHCURRAMBINEILUKA 6028 39 15096 0.25%
20 CARLISLECARLISLE NORTHCARLISLE SOUTH 6101 32 12448 0.25%
21 COOLOONGUPEAST ROCKINGHAMGARDEN ISLAND 6168 50 19511 0.25%
22 BRAMLEYBURNSIDEGNARABUP 6285 15 5873 0.25%
23 EAST PERTH 6004 23 9032 0.25%
24 BALDIVIS 6171 28 11006 0.25%
25 BYFORDCARDUPDARLING DOWNS 6122 17 6769 0.25%
26 GLENDALOUGHMOUNT HAWTHORN 6016 19 7568 0.25%
27 LEEDERVILLEWEST LEEDERVILLE 6007 15 6075 0.24%
28 MAYLANDS 6051 26 10575 0.24%
29 TRIGG 6029 5 2039 0.24%
30 ASHBYDARCHHOCKING 6065 94 38440 0.24%
31 SINGLETON 6175 5 2052 0.24%
32 HIGH WYCOMBEMAIDA VALE 6057 30 12411 0.24%
33 BROADWAY NEDLANDSCRAWLEYDALKEITH 6009 34 14071 0.24%
34 PORT KENNEDY 6172 24 9933 0.24%
35 KENSINGTONSOUTH PERTHSOUTH PERTH ANGELO ST 6151 33 13811 0.23%
36 GREENWOODWARWICK 6024 25 10631 0.23%
37 ASHFIELDBASSENDEANBASSENDEAN DC 6054 37 15782 0.23%
38 ALFRED COVEBOORAGOONMYAREE 6154 18 7755 0.23%
39 ATWELLAUBIN GROVEBANJUP 6164 81 35052 0.23%
40 CAVERSHAMGUILDFORDHAZELMERE 6055 22 9589 0.22%
41 PARKERVILLESTONEVILLE 6081 8 3491 0.22%
42 COODANUPDUDLEY PARKERSKINE 6210 106 47273 0.22%
43 BENJINUPBRIDGETOWNCATTERICK 6255 6 2692 0.22%
44 CLAREMONTCLAREMONT NORTHKARRAKATTA 6010 28 12616 0.22%
45 CHURCHLANDSDOUBLEVIEWGWELUP 6018 60 27427 0.21%
46 APPLECROSSAPPLECROSS NORTHARDROSS 6153 34 15598 0.21%
47 BELDONCONNOLLYEDGEWATER 6027 73 33620 0.21%
48 ARMADALEBEDFORDALEBROOKDALE 6112 66 30509 0.21%
49 KINGSLEYWOODVALE 6026 38 17738 0.21%
50 BASKERVILLEBELLEVUEBOYA 6056 63 29443 0.21%
51 DOG SWAMPJOONDANNATUART HILL 6060 40 18712 0.21%
52 DAGLISHSHENTON PARKSUBIACO 6008 25 11948 0.20%
53 THORNLIE 6108 37 18029 0.20%
54 LAKELANDSPARKLANDS 6180 5 2444 0.20%
55 ANKETELLBERTRAMCALISTA 6167 35 17130 0.20%
56 CITY BEACH 6015 10 4935 0.20%
57 ASCOTBELMONTREDCLIFFE 6104 23 11360 0.20%
58 ATTADALEMELVILLEWILLAGEE 6156 25 12419 0.20%
59 BAYSWATER 6053 22 11045 0.19%
60 EAST FREMANTLE 6158 11 5565 0.19%
61 CLARKSONMERRIWAMINDARIE 6030 54 27382 0.19%
62 MUNDIJONGWHITBY 6123 2 1024 0.19%
63 FORRESTFIELD 6058 18 9370 0.19%
64 MOSMAN PARK 6012 13 6939 0.18%
65 AVON VALLEY NATIONAL PARKBULLSBROOK,CHITTERING 6084 9 4806 0.18%
66 BALGAMIRRABOOKANOLLAMARA 6061 49 26312 0.18%
67 BOODARIEDE GREYFINUCANE 6722 19 10207 0.18%
68 AUSTRALINDBINNINGUPLESCHENAULT 6233 21 11424 0.18%
69 CANNING VALECANNING VALE DCCANNING VALE EAST6155 68 37132 0.18%
70 BUNBURYCAREY PARKCOLLEGE GROVE 6230 56 31741 0.17%
71 NORTH FREMANTLE 6159 4 2311 0.17%
72 CARINEMARMIONNORTH BEACH 6020 28 16189 0.17%
73 COOLBINIAMENORAMOUNT LAWLEY 6050 22 12736 0.17%
74 BENTLEYBENTLEY DCBENTLEY SOUTH 6102 21 12223 0.17%
75 CRAIGIEHILLARYSKALLAROO 6025 40 23318 0.17%
76 COMOKARAWARAMANNING 6152 35 20741 0.16%
77 SAFETY BAYSHOALWATERWAIKIKI 6169 44 26133 0.16%
78 CLOVERDALEKEWDALEPERTH AIRPORT 6105 18 10829 0.16%
79 BEJOORDINGCARANICOONDLE 6566 4 2411 0.16%
80 BALCATTASTIRLING 6021 26 15787 0.16%
81 GOSNELLSHUNTINGDALEMARTIN 6110 44 26758 0.16%
82 BEACONSFIELDSOUTH FREMANTLEWHITE GUM VALLEY6162 14 8548 0.16%
83 BICTONPALMYRAPALMYRA DC 6157 17 10397 0.16%
84 ASHENDONCAMILLOCANNING MILLS 6111 28 17283 0.16%
85 BICKLEYCARMELGOOSEBERRY HILL 6076 27 17004 0.15%
86 KARAKINLANCELINNILGEN 6044 2 1263 0.15%
87 NORTH PERTH 6006 11 6968 0.15%
88 KAMBALDA EASTKAMBALDA WEST 6442 3 1904 0.15%
89 BINDULIBROADWOODHANNANS 6430 28 17975 0.15%
90 FLOREATFLOREAT FORUMJOLIMONT 6014 23 14773 0.15%
91 LANGFORDLYNWOODPARKWOOD 6147 18 11829 0.15%
92 COTTESLOEPEPPERMINT GROVE 6011 11 7233 0.15%
93 HAMERSLEY 6022 6 3967 0.15%
94 FERNDALERIVERTONROSSMOYNE 6148 21 13992 0.15%
95 BECKENHAMCANNINGTONEAST CANNINGTON 6107 44 29555 0.14%
96 BOW BRIDGEDENMARKHAY 6333 6 4031 0.14%
97 EMBLETONMORLEYNORANDA 6062 37 25349 0.14%
98 DUNCRAIG 6023 17 11770 0.14%
99 BIBRA LAKEBIBRA LAKE DCCOOLBELLUP 6163 54 37529 0.14%
100 ARTHUR RIVERBALLAYINGCANCANNING 6315 2 1393 0.14%
101 MADDINGTONORANGE GROVE 6109 12 8411 0.14%
102 BEDFORDINGLEWOOD 6052 12 8449 0.14%
103 INDEEMUNDABULLANGANAPARDOO 6721 9 6405 0.14%
104 BEECHINACHIDLOWGORRIE 6556 2 1437 0.13%
105 BLYTHEWOODFAIRBRIDGEMEELON 6208 10 7212 0.13%
106 BALLAJURA 6066 20 14557 0.13%
107 BALLADONIACAIGUNACOCKLEBIDDY 6443 2 1463 0.13%
108 ALEXANDER HEIGHTSGIRRAWHEENKOONDOOLA 6064 32 23510 0.13%
109 BOULDERFIMISTONSOUTH BOULDER 6432 8 5997 0.13%
110 DIANELLA 6059 24 18295 0.13%
111 EATONMILLBRIDGE 6232 9 6956 0.12%
112 ABBA RIVERABBEYACTON PARK 6280 23 17882 0.12%
113 BAILUPMOUNT HELENA 6082 3 2371 0.12%
114 ANTONYMYREBALLA BALLABAYNTON 6714 25 20098 0.12%
115 BATEMANMURDOCHWINTHROP 6150 14 11295 0.12%
116 DUNSBOROUGHEAGLE BAYNATURALISTE 6281 5 4091 0.12%
117 BADGINBALLADONGBURGES 6302 3 2650 0.11%
118 COOKERNUPHARVEYHOFFMAN 6220 4 3689 0.10%
119 BOUNDAINDUMBERNINGHILLSIDE 6312 4 3731 0.10%
120 ALLANOOKAARROWSMITHBONNIEFIELD 6525 3 2811 0.10%
121 BULL CREEKLEEMING 6149 16 15151 0.10%
122 COSSACKPOINT SAMSONWICKHAM 6720 3 2861 0.10%
123 COOGEEHENDERSONMUNSTER 6166 7 6694 0.10%
124 BUCKLANDBURLONGCUNJARDINE 6401 6 5779 0.10%
125 CAPELCAPEL RIVERFORREST BEACH 6271 2 2016 0.09%
126 BARRABUPCARLOTTACUNDINUP 6275 1 1051 0.09%
127 BEACHLANDSBERESFORDBLUFF POINT 6530 22 24619 0.08%
128 DENBARKERFOREST HILLMOUNT BARKER 6324 2 2300 0.08%
129 ALBANYBAYONET HEADBIG GROVE 6330 22 25421 0.08%
130 ALLANSONBOWELLINGBUCKINGHAM 6225 7 8113 0.08%
131 GNANGARAJANDABUP 6077 1 1251 0.07%
132 ALMABOWESEAST BOWES 6535 1 1271 0.07%
133 PARABURDOO 6754 1 1296 0.07%
134 AUGUSTADEEPDENEEAST AUGUSTA 6290 1 1312 0.07%
135 BOUVARDCLIFTONDAWESVILLE 6211 3 4017 0.07%
136 HAMELLAKE CLIFTONNANGA BROOK 6215 2 2702 0.07%
137 CABLE BEACH 6726 5 6779 0.07%
138 GLEN FORRESTHOVEA 6071 2 2726 0.07%
139 CROOKED BROOKDARDANUPDARDANUP WEST 6236 1 1436 0.06%
140 BARRAGUPFURNISSDALE 6209 1 1456 0.06%
141 HALLS CREEKMCBEATHMUELLER RANGES 6770 2 3041 0.06%
142 CAMBRIDGE GULFDURACKGIBB 6743 5 7674 0.06%
143 BARBERTONBERKSHIRE VALLEYGILLINGARRA 6510 1 1557 0.06%
144 BALBARRUPCROWEADEANMILL 6258 3 4731 0.06%
145 BAMBUNBEERMULLAHBOONANARRING 6503 1 1577 0.06%
146 GOLDEN BAY 6174 1 1591 0.06%
147 BOWGADABUNJILGUTHA 6623 1 1736 0.05%
148 BEECHBORO 6063 6 10621 0.05%
149 BABBAGE ISLANDBERNIER ISLANDBROCKMAN 6701 4 7127 0.05%
150 WOOROLOO 6558 1 1992 0.05%
151 CAPE RANGE NATIONAL PARKEXMOUTHEXMOUTH GULF6707 2 4021 0.04%
152 OAKFORDOLDBURY 6121 1 2044 0.04%
153 NEWMAN 6753 5 10935 0.04%
154 BILINGURRBROOMEDAMPIER PENINSULA 6725 5 10963 0.04%
155 GOOMARINKORBELMERREDIN 6415 1 2249 0.04%
156 BANNISTERBODDINGTONCROSSMAN 6390 1 2395 0.04%
157 CAMBALLINDERBYGEEGULLY CREEK 6728 3 7308 0.04%
158 GIDGEGANNUPMORANGUP 6083 1 2677 0.03%
159 DARLINGTON 6070 1 2695 0.03%
160 ARGYLEBEELERUPBROOKHAMPTON 6239 1 3034 0.03%
161 BADGEBUPBULLOCK HILLSCARROLUP 6317 1 3096 0.03%
162 BANDY CREEKBEAUMONTBOYATUP 6450 3 9558 0.03%
163 CHICHESTERINNAWANGAJUNA DOWNS 6751 2 7005 0.02%
164 CANEONSLOWPEEDAMULLA 6710 1 4295 0.02%
165 AJANABINNUBOOTENAL 6532 1 4969 0.02%

 

Microburbs reveals Ashley Madison’s most adulterous suburbs in Australia

That’s right. We went through the credit card transactions from the Ashley Madison dump to find unique users and used this to identify the most adulterous places in the country – or at least the most curious about Ashley Madison.

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See it on our new heatmap tool

Showing postcodes with at least 1000 residents. We sort by % of adult population on Ashley Madison.

The top 20 in NSW and ACT:

Rank PostCode # Ashley Madison accounts Adult residents % of adult population
1 BARANGAROODAWES POINTHAYMARKET 2000 662 30033 2.20%
2 BARTONCANBERRACAPITAL HILL 2600 70 6248 1.12%
3 BAR BEACHCOOKS HILLNEWCASTLE 2300 67 9226 0.72%
4 HMAS PLATYPUSHMAS WATERHENLAVENDER BAY 2060 78 11400 0.68%
5 DOUBLE BAY 2028 24 4065 0.59%
6 ALEXANDRIABEACONSFIELDEVELEIGH 2015 40 7391 0.54%
7 MANLYMANLY EAST 2095 65 13409 0.48%
8 HOMEBUSH BAYNEWINGTONSYDNEY OLYMPIC PARK 2127 29 7166 0.40%
9 PYRMONT 2009 43 10889 0.39%
10 MASCOTSYDNEY DOMESTIC AIRPORTSYDNEY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT 2020 36 9203 0.39%
11 ACTONBLACK MOUNTAINCANBERRA 2601 23 5947 0.38%
12 BALMAINBALMAIN EASTBIRCHGROVE 2041 47 12243 0.38%
13 CURL CURLFRESHWATERQUEENSCLIFF 2096 41 11049 0.37%
14 WATERLOOZETLAND 2017 49 13378 0.36%
15 GREENWAYTUGGERANONG 2900 5 1402 0.35%
16 DOVER HEIGHTSHMAS WATSONROSE BAY NORTH 2030 38 10903 0.34%
17 CHURCH POINTELVINA BAYLOVETT BAY 2105 5 1436 0.34%
18 NEUTRAL BAYNEUTRAL BAY JUNCTION 2089 34 9797 0.34%
19 CROWS NESTGREENWICHNAREMBURN 2065 83 24194 0.34%
20 COASTERS RETREATGREAT MACKEREL BEACHPALM BEACH2108 5 1461 0.34%

 

Top 20 in Victoria:

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See our interactive map for Melbourne.

Rank PostCode # Ashley Madison accounts Adult residents % of adult population
1 MELBOURNE 3000 639 28253 2.26%
2 SOUTH MELBOURNESOUTH MELBOURNE DC 3205 51 8246 0.61%
3 BAREENAGEELONGNEWTOWN 3220 68 13265 0.51%
4 MELBOURNEST KILDA ROAD CENTRAL 3004 43 8740 0.49%
5 WONGA PARK 3115 13 2971 0.43%
6 DOCKLANDS 3008 23 5279 0.43%
7 WILLIAMS LANDINGWILLIAMS RAAF 3027 11 2549 0.43%
8 CARRUMPATTERSON LAKES 3197 37 9015 0.41%
9 PLUMPTONROCKBANK 3335 6 1480 0.40%
10 COLLINGWOODCOLLINGWOOD NORTH 3066 22 5539 0.39%
11 TYABB 3913 10 2561 0.39%
12 ST KILDAST KILDA SOUTHST KILDA WEST 3182 75 19400 0.38%
13 GARDEN CITYPORT MELBOURNE 3207 47 12419 0.37%
14 CAMPBELLFIELD 3061 16 4259 0.37%
15 BURNLEYBURNLEY NORTHCREMORNE 3121 88 23563 0.37%
16 WEST MELBOURNE 3003 13 3573 0.36%
17 NEERIMNEERIM EASTNEERIM SOUTH 3831 4 1120 0.35%
18 HAWKSBURNTOORAK 3142 39 11205 0.34%
19 BRIGHTON ROADELWOOD 3184 43 12388 0.34%
20 SOUTH WHARFSOUTHBANK 3006 47 13588 0.34%

 

Top 20 in Queensland:

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See our interactive map for Brisbane

Rank PostCode # Ashley Madison accounts Adult residents % of adult population
1 BRISBANEBRISBANE ADELAIDE STREETBRISBANE GPO 4000 359 19948 1.79%
2 ALBIONALBION BCALBION DC 4010 9 1770 0.50%
3 BRISBANE MARKETROCKLEAROCKLEA DC 4106 5 1075 0.46%
4 NEW FARM 4005 43 10392 0.41%
5 ASCOTHAMILTONHAMILTON CENTRAL 4007 36 9287 0.38%
6 BELGIAN GARDENSCAPE CLEVELANDCASTLE HILL 4810 76 20182 0.37%
7 EAST BRISBANEKANGAROO POINT 4169 45 12018 0.37%
8 ARCHERFIELDARCHERFIELD BCCOOPERS PLAINS 4108 15 4039 0.37%
9 MANGO HILLNORTH LAKES 4509 50 13611 0.36%
10 MURARRIE 4172 10 3154 0.31%
11 AEROGLENBARRON GORGEBRINSMEAD 4870 182 58447 0.31%
12 CLAYFIELDHENDRA 4011 36 11981 0.30%
13 TINGALPATINGALPA BCTINGALPA DC 4173 20 6732 0.29%
14 ALEXANDRA HEADLAND 4572 11 3757 0.29%
15 BOWEN HILLSFORTITUDE VALLEYFORTITUDE VALLEY BC4006 45 15669 0.28%
16 ALEXANDRAALLIGATOR CREEKANDERGROVE 4740 177 61887 0.28%
17 MILTONMILTON BCPADDINGTON 4064 24 8436 0.28%
18 BALMORALBULIMBAHAWTHORNE 4171 32 11418 0.28%
19 BENOBBLEBIDDADDABABOYLAND 4275 7 2552 0.27%
20 COTTON TREEKULUINMAROOCHYDORE 4558 44 16122 0.27%

 

Top 20 in South Australia:

See our interactive map for Adelaide

See our interactive map for Adelaide

Rank PostCode # Ashley Madison accounts Adult residents % of adult population
1 ADELAIDEADELAIDE BCCITY WEST CAMPUS 5000 247 15740 1.56%
2 BIRDWOOD 5234 5 1011 0.49%
3 KUDLAMUNNO PARAMUNNO PARA DOWNS 5115 18 5097 0.35%
4 BOWDENBROMPTONHINDMARSH 5007 17 5212 0.32%
5 GLENELGGLENELG EASTGLENELG JETTY ROAD 5045 38 14001 0.27%
6 WOODVILLEWOODVILLE PARKWOODVILLE SOUTH 5011 22 8137 0.27%
7 NORTH ADELAIDENORTH ADELAIDE MELBOURNE ST 5006 16 6815 0.23%
8 HYDE PARKMALVERNUNLEY 5061 18 7873 0.22%
9 LOBETHAL 5241 4 1800 0.22%
10 BLAKISTONLITTLEHAMPTONTOTNESS 5250 5 2282 0.21%
11 BUCKLAND PARKVIRGINIA 5120 3 1396 0.21%
12 BRUKUNGADAWESLEYHAY VALLEY 5252 9 4236 0.21%
13 CHRISTIES BEACHCHRISTIES BEACH NORTH 5165 9 4244 0.21%
14 EVANSTONEVANSTON GARDENSEVANSTON PARK 5116 13 6183 0.21%
15 NOARLUNGA CENTRENOARLUNGA DOWNSOLD NOARLUNGA5168 8 3827 0.20%
16 NORTH HAVENOUTER HARBOR 5018 10 4799 0.20%
17 ANDREWS FARMBLAKEVIEWCRAIGMORE 5114 43 21557 0.19%
18 EASTWOODFREWVILLEFULLARTON 5063 20 10029 0.19%
19 ASHFORDBLACK FORESTEVERARD PARK 5035 10 5086 0.19%
20 CLELANDCRAFERSCRAFERS WEST 5152 9 4631 0.19%

 

Top 20 in Western Australia:

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Interactive map for Western Australia

Rank PostCode # Ashley Madison accounts Adult residents % of adult population
1 CITY DELIVERY CENTREPERTHPERTH GPO 6000 275 11900 2.31%
2 KINGS PARKWEST PERTH 6005 26 5245 0.49%
3 JURIEN BAY 6516 5 1169 0.42%
4 HERDSMANOSBORNE PARKOSBORNE PARK DC 6017 15 3527 0.42%
5 TWO ROCKS 6037 7 1659 0.42%
6 MUNDARINGMUNDARING DC 6073 10 2424 0.41%
7 BUTLERJINDALEE 6036 27 7291 0.37%
8 FREMANTLE 6160 27 7491 0.36%
9 SECRET HARBOUR 6173 24 6972 0.34%
10 SCARBOROUGHWEMBLEY DOWNS 6019 54 17175 0.31%
11 RIVERVALE 6103 22 7268 0.30%
12 LEDAWELLARD 6170 14 4763 0.29%
13 HIGHGATENORTHBRIDGE 6003 8 2744 0.29%
14 YANCHEP 6035 9 3127 0.28%
15 BANKSIA GROVECARRAMARNEERABUP 6031 21 7927 0.26%
16 AVELEYBELHUSBRIGADOON 6069 47 17852 0.26%
17 BAUDINCOWARAMUPGRACETOWN 6284 3 1142 0.26%
18 BURSWOODLATHLAINVICTORIA PARK 6100 32 12305 0.26%
19 BURNS BEACHCURRAMBINEILUKA 6028 39 15096 0.25%
20 CARLISLECARLISLE NORTHCARLISLE SOUTH 6101 32 12448 0.25%

 

Browse the data yourself on an interactive map using our new heatmap tool.

 

Five reasons why it’s racist to blame Chinese investors for Australia’s property bubble

We love Australia’s multi-ethnicity, tolerance and openness to other cultures – it’s the nation’s greatest strength. So alarm bells go off when we see headlines and stories like this in the mainstream Herald Sun newspaper.

It’s not racist to point out these home truths

At some Melbourne and Sydney schools, Australian-born children are outnumbered 10 to one by newly arrived Chinese students. Sometimes there are only a handful of other non-Chinese-speaking kids in each class. Signs in local shops are in both Chinese and English, suggesting that many new residents can’t speak our language.”  Susie O’Brien, Herald Sun June 10, 2015

Well, actually, we think it is racist to single out Chinese migrants without acknowledging the broader foreign investment issues, the challenges facing regulators in that regard and the fact that Australia is a multi-ethnic country that both encourages and needs migration.

Here are our top five reasons.

1.       It puts a ‘Chinese face’ on a complex economic problem

The property bubble is due to a massive upsurge in foreign property investment from many nationalities due the collapse of the resources sector, the falling Australian dollar, and low interest rates necessary to prop up an economy on the cusp of recession.  Globally, wealthy people are switching capital from resources into property.

In Australia, Chinese nationals accounted for 16% of  the $74 Billion foreign property investment approved by the government in 2013-14 (the most recent FIRB figures available).  Chinese nationals invested big money but so did people from many other countries.

The central problem is the scale and suddenness of the current inflows from all foreign sources, combined with a low interest rate environment, which is enabling Australian investors to try to keep up. This ‘perfect storm’ is driving property inflation not Chinese investors.

2.        The not in my (elite) back yard factor

Chinese investors in residential property are highly selective. They are dominating the market in elite suburbs, mainly in Sydney and Melbourne.  And this, we suspect, is what is driving the angst: the influx of Chinese money is disrupting the status quo.

3.       Australia is a multicultural nation and should know better

Australia always has had suburbs dominated by particular ethnic groups.  ABS data shows suburbs that are predominantly Anglo saxon, Greek, Italian, Indian, Vietnamese, Lebanese and so on. No one gets alarmed when migrant groups ‘’take over’’ outer suburbs or help gentrify down market suburbs. The difference is that the Chinese can afford Australia’s best and wealthiest suburbs and are snapping up properties at the top end of the market

4.       What’s so bad about people speaking Chinese?  

There is nothing unusual about migrants to Australia not being able to speak English well, or about businesses and schools catering to people who don’t speak English.

Many Australians  find it confronting to deal with languages other than English but this is an outdated attitude.  Rather that complaining about Chinese speaking students in our schools, let’s start teaching Mandarin in public schools and welcome opportunities for our children to become bilingual in English and Mandarin. It might come in handy.

5.       It disrespects the value to the economy provided by Chinese investors

Australia has always benefited from foreign investment in property and Chinese capital is helping to create new housing stock and jobs. On one hand the government is courting foreign investment – our economy needs it – on the other, little is being done to make Chinese investors and migrants feel welcome.

The property bubble and the suddenness and scale of foreign investment in residential property is a serious and complex issue.  Let’s not distract from constructive debate by making it about race.

For more analysis  and detail regarding foreign investment, see Chinese nationals aren’t the only foreigners splurging on Australian property

 

 

Chinese nationals aren’t the only foreigners splurging on Australian property

Over the past 12 months there has been much debate regarding the impact of Chinese investment on residential real estate. 

In one corner we have Simon Henry, CEO of Juwai, the Shanghai -based Chinese property portal, arguing that Chinese investment is propping up our economy and warning against tighter rules;  “At a point when foreign investment is needed, extra restrictions are being put in place”.  He says that negative publicity singling out China is widely reported in the press there.  “We see a lot of politicians in Australia saying that they are looking to review and stop Chinese investment specifically, as opposed to foreign investment.  “It seems to be a dual message being given, that ‘Yes, we want your investment, but we are going to criticise you if you do invest’.”

In the other corner commentators, including Clive Hamilton of the Australia Institute, warn that cash pouring in from China is making housing unaffordable for ordinary Australians: In  a controversial article last year he said “Every weekend in Sydney, young Australian couples are turning up at auctions excited at the prospect of finally owning their own home, only to find that other bidders are wealthy foreign buyers with money to burn”. 

Since then the majority of media on the issue has focused on Chinese investment, neglecting to note that Australia is a very attractive destination  for foreign property capital in a shaky global economy.  

But are Chinese buyers really that dominant in the market?  We took a look at the Foreign Investment Review Board (FIRB) data – this  only covers approvals for investment but is still one of the best data sources available. 

FIRB approvals for Chinese national investment 16% of total

The most recent FIRB report (2013-14) shows that buyers from many nations are investing in Australian property, with billions pouring in from around the world.  

Total foreign investment in property 2013-14 was $75 Billion, $35 Billion of which was for residential property.   Chinese property investment was 16 percent of the total, at $12 billion and double the next largest nation (USA at $6 Billion). Singaporeans invested $4 Billion, Canadians $3 Billion, and Malaysians $2 Billion.   Unfortunately, the FIRB does not publish the break down of residential property investment by nationality.  A  Credit Suisse Report, however, has estimated Chinese residential property investment over the period at $9 Billion. 

Capital has switched from resources to property – this is a global trend as wealthy people seek safe havens for capital

It’s sobering to compare the ratios of investment across sectors of the economy and the dramatic switch to real estate.  A few years ago most foreign investment was going into mining. Post the collapse of resource markets, money is pouring into property as a safe haven for capital.  The figure below shows that at the height of the resource boom in 2008-09, property investment was less than $10 Billion compared to $90 Billion for mining.  In 2013-14  mining was down to $20 Billion,  compared to $75 Billion for property.  If nothing else, this shows why our leaders are conflicted about how to handle the situation. 

Approvals by sector

 

The switch of Chinese capital from mining to property shows the same pattern.

China sector approvals

 

In future years, analysts predict that the Chinese share of total foreign investment in property is likely to grow.  Credit Suisse projects a further $60 billion over the next six years.  

Australia needs new housing stock but it also needs citizens to be able to afford to live close to major work centers – in this context, Chinese national investment in Sydney and Melbourne may lead to structural problems

In Sydney and Melbourne, Chinese demand now accounts for more than 30% of total new supply. In some preferred suburbs, it is overwhelming. 

Sydney Real estate Agent,  Amy Baxter,  says in some inner city locations Chinese demand accounts for more than 95% of new stock.  “Buyers acting for Chinese investors are queuing up for releases;  I can’t see any sign of a slow down”.  She says some apartments will be left empty by absentee owners.  “Many of the buyers don’t care about rental income – they don’t need the money and they don’t want any hassle from tenants”.

A perfect storm for property inflation – low interest rates plus massive foreign capital inflows

Notwithstanding the economic stimulus, it’s government’s role to consider broader impacts on society.  The main problem for the government and the Reserve Bank is that ordinary Australian’s are trying to keep up with foreign buyers.  The low interest rates necessary to simulate an economy on the cusp of recession are enabling people to take on unsustainable levels of debt. 

When the fear of missing out trumps the fear of crippling mortgage payments, statements by the Treasury secretary, John Fraser,  that Sydney and parts of Melbourne are in “unequivocally in a property bubble”, or by the head of the Reserve Bank, Glenn Stevens that Sydney house prices are “crazy” only add to the general anxiety.

What to do? If you are an investor with borrowing capacity, punting on further gains on the back of foreign demand is tempting.   If  you already own your home, you could settle back and enjoy the capital gain – as our PM, Tony Abbott  famously said, “I’m happy the value of my home is going up”.  If you are trying to buy your first home, or to rent close to work  in our major cities, its tough and likely to get tougher.

Sooner rather than later, the government must address this. Concern about property inflation and housing affordability is flushing out the usual arguments around negative gearing, lending rules, super policy and other policy applying to domestic investors. Let’s hope the noise generated does not distract policymakers from dealing constructively with the issue.

A few things seem clear:

  • The central issue is better regulation of foreign property investment, so let’s stop making it about nationalities.
  • Foreign investment is creating jobs and funding new housing stock – policy makers need to find away to make that stock affordable to citizens
  • Australia has always benefited from foreign investment in property – the problem is the scale and suddenness  of the current inflows, combined with a low interest rate environment. This ‘perfect storm’ is driving  property inflation.
  • Chinese  investment is dominant only in some suburbs.  Australia has many suburbs dominated by particular ethnic groups.
  • Australia has always benefited from capital brought in by migrants and from the cultural and intellectual diversity they contribute to society –  whatever is done to regulate foreign investment in housing let’s not make it a barrier to migration.

We eagerly await the FIRB’s report for 2014-15.