Population Information on Sydney’s Sydney CBD
Sydney’s population has increased from 1.7 million in 2000 to 2.5 million in 2021, according to data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics.
Source: ABS population data, population information article The Sydney CBD is the city’s heart and the largest part of the state, and is home to over one million people.
According to census figures, there are an estimated 6,200 people living in the city.
Sydney is the fifth-largest city in Australia and has a population of 7.5 per cent.
The city’s population was 3.7 per cent higher in 2021 compared to the previous year, when it was 2.6 per cent lower.
In addition, the city has an estimated 4.5 people per square kilometre, up from 3.2 in 2020.
Sydney’s biggest city, Melbourne, has an population of 2.1 per cent more than the previous years.
Melbourne’s population is also projected to grow from 3 per cent to 4.4 per cent by 2026.
Melbourne is also forecast to have an additional 7,000 people by 2027, making it the second-most populated metropolitan area in Australia after Sydney.
Sydney, however, has a much lower population density, with a density of 2,814 people per sq.km, according the Bureau of Census.
Sydney has one of the lowest populations in the world.
In 2020, the average number of people per hectare in the CBD was 0.9, according census figures.
Sydney also had the highest number of buildings per hectale, with 4,500 buildings per square metre, according Census.
The CBD’s density was also the third highest in the country.
According the data, Sydney’s average household size was about 12.6 people per household, the highest in Australia, and the highest for a city in the region.
The average number and median age of households was 20.2 years and 20.4 years respectively, with the average household in Sydney making an average of $130,000, according ABS figures.
While Sydney’s CBD is home for the majority of the city, the suburb of East Hampton has become home to a significant number of young people.
The number of residents in the suburb peaked in the late 1980s, at 5,000.
The suburb grew to 6,000 in 2000, and it has grown from about 3,500 residents in 1990 to 4,000 residents in 2021.
The median age for residents was 27.6 years in 2021 and 29.6 in 2020, according figures from the ABS.
It is estimated that the suburb’s median age was also higher than that of the rest of Sydney, which is 30.4.
While the population in East Hamptons has been growing since 2000, the proportion of residents living there has not kept up with that growth.
According Census, in 2020 the population of East Hampton was about 18,400, while in 2021 it was 22,500.
The area is estimated to be about 5,400 square kilometres, with about 1,500 of that being under a school, with another 500 being a workplace, according a new report by the Australian Council of Social Service.
The new report also highlights the impact of social and economic changes on the region, such as the decline in the number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people living there.
In 2021, there were about 2,000 fewer Indigenous people living on the mainland than in 2000.
The report notes that the population growth in the Sydney area has been linked to increased residential activity in the area, which has increased housing costs and reduced economic activity.
The Census Bureau also noted that in the last 10 years, the number and density of housing units in the suburbs of Westfield and South Yarra has increased by approximately 20 per cent compared to previous years, which suggests that housing affordability and affordability to work has also increased.