2016 Census QuickStats

Australia Victoria State Suburbs

Research

Code SSC22148 (SSC) Search for a Community Profile
People 2,649
Male 49.5%
Female 50.5%
Median age 41
Families 740
Average children per family
for families with children 1.9
for all families 1.1
All private dwellings 932
Average people per household 3
Median weekly household income $2,275
Median monthly mortgage repayments $2,117
Median weekly rent $395
Average motor vehicles per dwelling 2.4

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Expand People category,
includes demographics & education cultural & language diversity employment

People — demographics & education

People tables are based on a person's place of usual residence on Census night

People
Persons count based on place of usual residence on Census night
Research % Victoria % Australia %
Male 1,313 49.5 2,908,077 49.1 11,546,638 49.3
Female 1,338 50.5 3,018,549 50.9 11,855,248 50.7
Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people 5 0.2 47,788 0.8 649,171 2.8

In the 2016 Census, there were 2,649 people in Research (State Suburbs). Of these 49.5% were male and 50.5% were female. Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people made up 0.2% of the population.

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Age Research % Victoria % Australia %
Median age 41 -- 37 -- 38 --
0-4 years 147 5.5 371,220 6.3 1,464,779 6.3
5-9 years 172 6.5 368,631 6.2 1,502,646 6.4
10-14 years 199 7.5 341,063 5.8 1,397,183 6.0
15-19 years 205 7.7 356,340 6.0 1,421,595 6.1
20-24 years 171 6.4 413,792 7.0 1,566,793 6.7
25-29 years 121 4.6 441,266 7.4 1,664,602 7.1
30-34 years 93 3.5 447,927 7.6 1,703,847 7.3
35-39 years 148 5.6 404,026 6.8 1,561,679 6.7
40-44 years 175 6.6 401,887 6.8 1,583,257 6.8
45-49 years 213 8.0 402,043 6.8 1,581,455 6.8
50-54 years 217 8.2 378,371 6.4 1,523,551 6.5
55-59 years 239 9.0 357,616 6.0 1,454,332 6.2
60-64 years 183 6.9 319,840 5.4 1,299,397 5.6
65-69 years 165 6.2 291,397 4.9 1,188,999 5.1
70-74 years 103 3.9 218,203 3.7 887,716 3.8
75-79 years 48 1.8 165,115 2.8 652,657 2.8
80-84 years 27 1.0 119,895 2.0 460,549 2.0
85 years and over 27 1.0 127,993 2.2 486,842 2.1

The median age of people in Research (State Suburbs) was 41 years. Children aged 0 - 14 years made up 19.5% of the population and people aged 65 years and over made up 13.9% of the population.

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Registered marital status
People aged 15 years and over
Research % Victoria % Australia %
Married 1,235 58.0 2,344,107 48.4 9,148,218 48.1
Separated 34 1.6 146,493 3.0 608,059 3.2
Divorced 139 6.5 382,544 7.9 1,626,890 8.5
Widowed 55 2.6 251,674 5.2 985,204 5.2
Never married 665 31.2 1,720,887 35.5 6,668,910 35.0

Of people in Research (State Suburbs) aged 15 years and over, 58.0% were married and 8.3% were either divorced or separated.

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Social marital status
People aged 15 years and over
Research % Victoria % Australia %
Registered marriage 1,126 57.2 2,060,766 47.8 8,001,141 47.7
De facto marriage 183 9.3 422,258 9.8 1,751,731 10.4
Not married 659 33.5 1,830,228 42.4 7,024,973 41.9

In Research (State Suburbs), of people aged 15 years and over, 57.2% of people were in a registered marriage and 9.3% were in a de facto marriage.

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Education Research % Victoria % Australia %
Preschool 59 7.1 94,970 5.2 347,621 4.8
Primary - Government 181 21.8 313,881 17.2 1,314,787 18.2
Primary - Catholic 29 3.5 102,778 5.6 380,604 5.3
Primary - other non Government 43 5.2 52,041 2.8 231,490 3.2
Secondary - Government 117 14.1 201,166 11.0 827,505 11.5
Secondary - Catholic 52 6.2 88,999 4.9 338,384 4.7
Secondary - other non Government 67 8.1 73,973 4.0 280,618 3.9
Technical or further education institution 41 4.9 103,685 5.7 424,869 5.9
University or tertiary institution 120 14.4 325,051 17.8 1,160,626 16.1
Other 12 1.4 59,498 3.3 198,383 2.8
Not stated 111 13.3 413,199 22.6 1,707,023 23.7

In Research (State Suburbs), 31.4% of people were attending an educational institution. Of these, 29.4% were in primary school, 27.7% in secondary school and 19.2% in a tertiary or technical institution.

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Level of highest educational attainment
People aged 15 years and over
Research % Victoria % Australia %
Bachelor Degree level and above 648 30.5 1,177,540 24.3 4,181,406 22.0
Advanced Diploma and Diploma level 246 11.6 447,023 9.2 1,687,893 8.9
Certificate level IV 52 2.4 138,313 2.9 551,767 2.9
Certificate level III 274 12.9 555,583 11.5 2,442,203 12.8
Year 12 302 14.2 772,461 15.9 2,994,097 15.7
Year 11 169 7.9 298,342 6.2 941,531 4.9
Year 10 128 6.0 376,237 7.8 2,054,331 10.8
Certificate level II 0 0.0 3,233 0.1 13,454 0.1
Certificate level I 0 0.0 542 0.0 2,176 0.0
Year 9 or below 134 6.3 430,152 8.9 1,529,897 8.0
No educational attainment 0 0.0 48,920 1.0 145,844 0.8
Not stated 119 5.6 482,823 10.0 1,974,794 10.4

Of people aged 15 and over in Research (State Suburbs), 14.2% reported having completed Year 12 as their highest level of educational attainment, 15.6% had completed a Certificate III or IV and 11.6% had completed an Advanced Diploma or Diploma.

2011 benchmarks are not available for this data item.

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People — cultural & language diversity
Ancestry, top responses Research % Victoria % Australia %

Respondents had the option of reporting up to two ancestries on their Census form, and this is captured by the Ancestry Multi Response (ANCP) variable used in this table. Therefore, the total responses count will not equal the persons count for this area. Calculated percentages represent a proportion of all responses from people in Research (State Suburbs) (including those who did not state an ancestry).

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Country of birth Research % Victoria % Australia %
Australia 2,196 83.2 3,845,493 64.9 15,614,835 66.7
Other top responses

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Country of birth of father and/or mother, stated responses Research % Victoria % Australia %
Both parents born overseas 528 19.9 2,283,741 38.5 8,051,196 34.4
Father only born overseas 202 7.6 365,528 6.2 1,488,092 6.4
Mother only born overseas 151 5.7 259,832 4.4 1,094,591 4.7
Both parents born in Australia 1,656 62.5 2,611,265 44.1 11,070,538 47.3

In Research (State Suburbs), 62.5% of people had both parents born in Australia and 19.9% of people had both parents born overseas.

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Country of birth of father, stated responses Research % Victoria % Australia %

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Country of birth of mother, stated responses Research % Victoria % Australia %

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Religious affiliation, top responses Research % Victoria % Australia %

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Language, top responses (other than English) Research % Victoria % Australia %

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People — employment
Employment
People who reported being in the labour force, aged 15 years and over
Research % Victoria % Australia %
Worked full-time 787 53.5 1,670,556 57.0 6,623,065 57.7
Worked part-time 570 38.8 920,875 31.4 3,491,503 30.4
Away from work 57 3.9 144,696 4.9 569,276 5.0
Unemployed 56 3.8 193,465 6.6 787,452 6.9

There were 1,470 people who reported being in the labour force in the week before Census night in Research (State Suburbs). Of these 53.5% were employed full time, 38.8% were employed part-time and 3.8% were unemployed.

The ABS Labour Force Survey provides the official estimates of Australia's unemployment rate. More information about Census and labour force status is provided in Understanding the Census and Census Data.

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Employment - hours worked
Employed people aged 15 years and over
Research % Victoria % Australia %
1-15 hours per week 225 16.0 329,396 12.0 1,218,823 11.4
16-24 hours per week 166 11.8 286,191 10.5 1,079,236 10.1
25-34 hours per week 172 12.3 305,282 11.2 1,193,445 11.2
35-39 hours per week 173 12.3 511,004 18.7 2,031,263 19.0
40 hours or more per week 610 43.4 1,159,551 42.4 4,591,801 43.0

Of employed people in Research (State Suburbs), 16.0% worked 1 to 15 hours, 11.8% worked 16 to 24 hours and 43.4% worked 40 hours or more.

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Occupation
Employed people aged 15 years and over
Research % Victoria % Australia %

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Industry of employment, top responses
Employed people aged 15 years and over
Research % Victoria % Australia %

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Median weekly incomes
People aged 15 years and over
Research % Victoria % Australia %
Personal 844 -- 644 -- 662 --
Family 2,449 -- 1,715 -- 1,734 --
Household 2,275 -- 1,419 -- 1,438 --

The median weekly personal income for people aged 15 years and over in Research (State Suburbs) was $844.

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Travel to work, top responses
Employed people aged 15 years and over
Research % Victoria % Australia %

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Unpaid work
People aged 15 years and over
Research % Victoria % Australia %
Did unpaid domestic work (last week) 1,687 79.0 3,315,451 68.4 13,143,914 69.0
Cared for child/children (last two weeks) 703 33.0 1,329,164 27.4 5,259,400 27.6
Provided unpaid assistance to a person with a disability (last two weeks) 264 12.4 560,866 11.6 2,145,203 11.3
Did voluntary work through an organisation or group (last 12 months) 543 25.4 931,546 19.2 3,620,726 19.0

In Research (State Suburbs), of people aged 15 years and over, 79.0% did unpaid domestic work in the week before the Census. During the two weeks before the Census, 33.0% provided care for children and 12.4% assisted family members or others due to a disability, long term illness or problems related to old age. In the year before the Census, 25.4% of people did voluntary work through an organisation or a group.

View the data quality statements for: Unpaid domestic work (DOMP) Unpaid child care (CHCAREP) Unpaid assistance (UNCAREP) Voluntary work (VOLWP)

Unpaid domestic work, number of hours
People aged 15 years and over
Research % Victoria % Australia %
Less than 5 hours per week 515 24.1 1,130,813 23.3 4,298,593 22.6
5 to 14 hours per week 626 29.3 1,232,398 25.4 4,944,578 26.0
15 to 29 hours per week 338 15.8 535,249 11.0 2,189,776 11.5
30 hours or more per week 208 9.7 416,986 8.6 1,710,970 9.0

Of people who did unpaid domestic work in the week before the Census in Research (State Suburbs), 29.3% worked 5 to 14 hours, 15.8% worked 15 to 29 hours and 9.7% worked 30 hours or more.

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Expand Families category,
includes family composition employment status of couple families

Families — family composition
Family composition Research % Victoria % Australia %
Couple family without children 231 31.4 559,717 36.5 2,291,987 37.8
Couple family with children 433 58.9 709,965 46.3 2,716,224 44.7
One parent family 68 9.3 234,596 15.3 959,543 15.8
Other family 3 0.4 27,800 1.8 102,559 1.7

Of the families in Research (State Suburbs), 58.9% were couple families with children, 31.4% were couple families without children and 9.3% were one parent families.

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Single (or lone) parents
Proportion of the total single (or lone) parent population
Research % Victoria % Australia %
Male -- 22.4 -- 17.8 -- 18.2
Female -- 77.6 -- 82.2 -- 81.8

In Research (State Suburbs), 22.4% of single parents were male and 77.6% were female.

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Families — employment status of couple families
Employment status of parents in couple families
Labour force, parents or partners aged 15 years and over
Research % Victoria % Australia %
Both employed, worked full-time 119 17.7 265,107 20.9 1,084,006 21.6
Both employed, worked part-time 42 6.2 52,749 4.2 203,596 4.1
One employed full-time, one part-time 215 31.9 291,419 23.0 1,086,460 21.7
One employed full-time, other not working 92 13.7 198,294 15.6 749,886 15.0
One employed part-time, other not working 40 5.9 77,946 6.1 302,037 6.0
Both not working 99 14.7 247,456 19.5 1,006,697 20.1
Other (includes away from work) 29 4.3 67,309 5.3 264,145 5.3
Labour force status not stated (by one or both parents in a couple family) 37 5.5 69,393 5.5 311,381 6.2

In Research (State Suburbs), of couple families with children, 17.7% had both partners employed full-time, 6.2% had both employed part-time and 31.9% had one employed full-time and the other part-time.

The ABS Labour Force Survey provides the official estimates of Australia's unemployment rate. More information about Census and labour force status is provided in Understanding the Census and Census Data.

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Expand Dwellings category,
includes dwelling structure household composition mortgage & rent number of motor vehicles internet connection

Dwellings — dwelling structure

Dwelling tables exclude visitor only and other non-classifiable households

Dwelling count Research % Victoria % Australia %
Occupied private dwellings 839 93.1 2,112,699 88.3 8,286,073 88.8
Unoccupied private dwellings 62 6.9 278,629 11.7 1,039,874 11.2

In Research (State Suburbs), 93.1% of private dwellings were occupied and 6.9% were unoccupied.

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Dwelling structure
Occupied private dwellings
Research % Victoria % Australia %
Separate house 820 97.7 1,546,945 73.2 6,041,788 72.9
Semi-detached, row or terrace house, townhouse etc 16 1.9 300,918 14.2 1,055,016 12.7
Flat or apartment 3 0.4 246,040 11.6 1,087,434 13.1
Other dwelling 0 0.0 11,093 0.5 64,425 0.8

Of occupied private dwellings in Research (State Suburbs), 97.7% were separate houses, 1.9% were semi-detached, row or terrace houses, townhouses etc, 0.4% were flat or apartments and 0.0% were other dwellings.

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Number of bedrooms
Occupied private dwellings
Research % Victoria % Australia %
None (includes bedsitters) 0 0.0 8,279 0.4 39,769 0.5
1 bedroom 16 1.9 107,356 5.1 411,252 5.0
2 bedrooms 37 4.4 407,620 19.3 1,562,759 18.9
3 bedrooms 315 37.6 930,257 44.0 3,403,190 41.1
4 or more bedrooms 461 55.1 608,502 28.8 2,670,758 32.2
Number of bedrooms not stated 8 1.0 50,691 2.4 198,351 2.4
Average number of bedrooms per dwelling 3.7 -- 3 -- 3.1 --
Average number of people per household 3 -- 2.6 -- 2.6 --

In Research (State Suburbs), of occupied private dwellings 1.9% had 1 bedroom, 4.4% had 2 bedrooms and 37.6% had 3 bedrooms. The average number of bedrooms per occupied private dwelling was 3.7. The average household size was 3 people.

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Tenure
Occupied private dwellings
Research % Victoria % Australia %
Owned outright 353 41.6 682,685 32.3 2,565,695 31.0
Owned with a mortgage 400 47.2 746,502 35.3 2,855,222 34.5
Rented 71 8.4 607,354 28.7 2,561,302 30.9
Other tenure type 9 1.1 17,178 0.8 78,994 1.0
Tenure type not stated 15 1.8 58,983 2.8 224,869 2.7

Of occupied private dwellings in Research (State Suburbs), 41.6% were owned outright, 47.2% were owned with a mortgage and 8.4% were rented.

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Dwellings — household composition
Household composition Research % Victoria % Australia %
Family households 728 86.3 1,495,290 70.8 5,907,625 71.3
Single (or lone) person households 110 13.0 521,828 24.7 2,023,542 24.4
Group households 6 0.7 95,588 4.5 354,917 4.3

In Research (State Suburbs), of all households, 86.3% were family households, 13.0% were single person households and 0.7% were group households.

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Household income Research % Victoria % Australia %
Less than $650 gross weekly income -- 10.0 -- 20.3 -- 20.0
More than $3000 gross weekly income -- 32.2 -- 15.5 -- 16.4

In Research (State Suburbs), 10.0% of households had a weekly household income of less than $650 and 32.2% of households had a weekly income of more than $3000.

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Dwellings — mortgage & rent

Proportions are calculated using all tenure types for occupied private dwellings. This excludes visitor only and other non-classifiable households.

Rent weekly payments Research % Victoria % Australia %
Median rent 395 -- 325 -- 335 --
Households where rent payments are less than 30% of household income -- 97.4 -- 89.6 -- 88.5
Households with rent payments greater than or equal to 30% of household income -- 2.6 -- 10.4 -- 11.5

The number of households where rent payments were 30% or more of an imputed income measure are expressed in this table as a proportion of the total number of households in an area (including those households which were not renting, and excluding the small proportion of visitor-only and other non-classifiable households). The nature of the income imputation means that the reported proportion may significantly overstate the true proportion.

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Mortgage monthly repayments Research % Victoria % Australia %
Median mortgage repayments 2,117 -- 1,728 -- 1,755 --
Households where mortgage repayments are less than 30% of household income -- 91.7 -- 92.5 -- 92.8
Households with mortgage repayments greater than or equal to 30% of household income -- 8.3 -- 7.5 -- 7.2

The number of households where mortgage repayments were 30% or more of an imputed income measure are expressed in this table as a proportion of the total number of households in an area (including those households which were renting, and excluding the small proportion of visitor only and other non-classifiable households). The nature of the income imputation means that the reported proportion may significantly overstate the true proportion.

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Dwellings — number of motor vehicles
Number of registered motor vehicles Research % Victoria % Australia %
None 12 1.4 166,061 7.9 623,829 7.5
1 motor vehicle 121 14.2 722,675 34.2 2,881,485 34.8
2 motor vehicles 398 46.8 776,286 36.7 2,999,184 36.2
3 or more vehicles 305 35.9 374,426 17.7 1,496,382 18.1
Number of motor vehicles not stated 14 1.6 73,257 3.5 285,197 3.4

In Research (State Suburbs), 14.2% of occupied private dwellings had one registered motor vehicle garaged or parked at their address, 46.8% had two registered motor vehicles and 35.9% had three or more registered motor vehicles.

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Dwellings — internet connection
Dwelling internet connection Research % Victoria % Australia %
Internet not accessed from dwelling 43 5.1 287,506 13.6 1,172,415 14.1
Internet accessed from dwelling 780 92.6 1,768,050 83.7 6,892,165 83.2
Not stated 19 2.3 57,157 2.7 221,494 2.7

In Research (State Suburbs), 92.6% of households had at least one person access the internet from the dwelling. This could have been through a desktop/laptop computer, mobile or smart phone, tablet, music or video player, gaming console, smart TV or any other device.

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Expand Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people category,
includes selected people & dwelling characteristics

People characteristics - Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples
People characteristics
Count based on place of usual residence on Census night.
Research % Victoria % Australia %
Male 5 100.0 23,622 49.4 322,171 49.6
Female 0 0.0 24,159 50.6 326,996 50.4
Median age 49 -- 23 -- 23 --

In Research (State Suburbs), 100.0% of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people were male and 0.0% were female. The median age was 49 years.

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Dwelling characteristics - Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander households

Dwelling tables exclude visitor only and other non-classifiable households

Dwelling characteristics
Occupied private dwellings where at least one person was Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander
Research % Victoria % Australia %
Average number of people per household 0 -- 3 -- 3.2 --
Average number of persons per bedroom 0.7 -- 1 -- 1 --
Median weekly household income 1,899 -- 1,200 -- 1,203 --

There has been change in methodology used to calculate the average number of persons per bedroom. To compare the time series for average number of persons per bedroom please refer to Understanding the Census and Census Data

In Research (State Suburbs), for dwellings occupied by Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people, the average household size was 0 persons, with 0.7 persons per bedroom. The median household income was $1,899.

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Mortgage and rent
Occupied private dwellings where at least one person was Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander
Research % Victoria % Australia %
Median weekly rent 0 -- 261 -- 250 --
Median monthly mortgage repayments 0 -- 1,517 -- 1,660 --

In Research (State Suburbs), for dwellings occupied by Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people, the median weekly rent was $0 and the median monthly mortgage repayment was $0.

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LATEST ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (AEST) 23/10/2017

Small random adjustments have been made to all cell values to protect the confidentiality of data. These adjustments may cause the sum of rows or columns to differ by small amounts from the table totals. For further information, go to the User Guide for QuickStats.

Data reported for Australia and Other Territories now includes Norfolk Island, following an amendment to the Acts Interpretation Act, 1901. Because Norfolk Island has not previously been included in the Census, any 2011 benchmarks will not include Norfolk Island.

The information contained in this QuickStat has been produced by the Australian Bureau of Statistics It contains data from the 2016 Census of Population & Housing held on 9 August 2016 Release date of this QuickStat was 23 October 2017 Some values may have been adjusted to avoid release of confidential data These adjustments may have a significant impact on the calculated percentages in QuickStats For more information refer to Introduced Random Error in the 2016 Census Dictionary. For further enquiries contact the ABS National Information and Referral Service on 1300 135 070 www.abs.gov.au/census