NSW statistics show where rural populations are growing and declining

 

English: Moree Railway Station, Moree New Sout...NSW statistics 2001-11 shows population growth in inland NSW centres between 2001 and 2011 was greatest in regions around Tamworth, Orange, Queanbeyan, Wagga and Albury; greatest declines were in Griffith, Broken Hill and Moree.

More than half of NSW’s predominantly rural regions had population declines, reflecting the effects of drought during the decade.

 

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