Tablelands - Resilience Profile

Tablelands
Demography
Diversity
8.9% of persons in the Tablelands local government area identify as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander
Tablelands Regional Council, Queensland Regional Profiles, Office of Economic and Statistical Research, Queensland Treasury, February 2012, p10
Tablelands
Demography
Population size and structure
Tablelands has 16.6% of persons aged 65 and over per 100 persons aged 15-64 years.
ABS, Population by Ages and Sex, Regions of Australia, 2010
Age pension
Tablelands
Demography
Income Support and Concessions
70.2% of Tablelands males aged 65 years and over, and females aged 63 years and over receive the aged pension.
Social Health Atlas Public Health Information Development Unit 2011 (2009 data)
Born overseas
Tablelands
Demography
Diversity
14.7% % of Tablelands local government area population are born overseas
Social Health Atlas Public Health Information Development Unit 2011 (2009 data)
Business growth
Tablelands
Dynamic, resilient local economies
Economic Activity
Net change in number of workplaces
Measure under development
Tablelands
Culturally rich and vibrant commuities
Cultural diversity
The Resilience Profiles Survey, 2011
Question: How strongly do you agree or disagree that it is a good thing for a society to be made up of different cultures
Question: How strongly do you agree or disagree that your local community is welcoming of people of different cultures
Tablelands
Healthy, safe and inclusive communities
Service Availability
Measure under development
Department of Communities 2012
Tablelands
Democratic and engaged communities
Citizen engagement
43% of Tablelands survey respondents agree or strongly agree that there are local community leaders they can trust.
The Resilience Profiles Survey, 2011
Question: How strongly do you agree or disagree with the following statement? There are local community leaders I can trust.
Dependents
Tablelands
Demography
Population size and structure
19.5% of Tablelands population is aged under 15 years.
ABS, Population by Ages and Sex, Regions of Australia, 2010
Tablelands
Demography
Income Support and Concessions
7.2% of Tablelands local government area males aged 16-64 and females aged 16-62 receive the disability support pension.
Social Health Atlas Public Health Information Development Unit 2011 (2009 data)
Tablelands
Dynamic, resilient local economies
Income and wealth
Data under development
Data under development
Economic diversity
Tablelands
Dynamic, resilient local economies
Economic Activity
The Tablelands region has an economic diversity rating of .579 compared to Queensland being 1.
Data on request from Lawrence Consulting, The Regional Index of Economic Diversity, 2011
Tablelands
Dynamic, resilient local economies
Skills
Resilience Profiles Survey 2011
Question: What is the highest level of education you have completed?
Emergency relief
Tablelands
Dynamic, resilient local economies
Income and wealth
Percentage of individuals who have accessed emergency relief services in the last twelve months
Federal Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs – measure under development
Employment rate
Tablelands
Dynamic, resilient local economies
Employment
Tablelands has an employment rate of 36.9 % of the population aged 15 years and over
ABS National Regional Profile/ABS Regional Population Growth 2009/10
Tablelands
Culturally rich and vibrant commuities
Cultural diversity
Resilience Profiles Survey 2011
Question: Which of the following statements best describes your understanding of faith or spirituality? It is:
Question: What is your religion?
Family structure
Tablelands
Demography
Diversity
Resilience Profiles Survey 2011
Question: How would you describe this family?
Financial stress
Tablelands
Dynamic, resilient local economies
Income and wealth
60% of Tablelands survey respondents could raise $2000 within two days in an emergency
Resilience Profiles Survey, 2011
Food security
Tablelands
Dynamic, resilient local economies
Income and wealth
9.9% of Tablelands survey respondents’ households had run out of food and could not afford to buy more on at least one occasion in the last 12 months
Resilience Profiles Survey, 2011
Question: How many times in the last twelve months has your household run out of food and could not afford to buy more?
Gender
Tablelands
Demography
Population size and structure
Male; 24,034 Female; 22,903
Australian Bureau of Statistics, Population by Age and Sex, Regions of Australia, 2010, cat. no. 3235.0
Tablelands
Demography
Income Support and Concessions
10.4% of persons aged 0 to 64 years in the Tablelands local government area have a health care card
Social Health Atlas Public Health Information Development Unit 2011 (2009 data)
Tablelands
Healthy, safe and inclusive communities
Community connectedness
Resilience Profiles Survey, 2011
Question: In the last twelve months, did you help anyone (who does not live with you) with the following activities?
Question: Who did you give help to in the last twelve months?
Tablelands
Dynamic, resilient local economies
Economic Activity
45.3% of the Tablelands population is employed in high skilled ANZSCO levels 1-3
Queensland Regional Profiles, Office of Economic and Statistical Research, QLD Treasury, 2012
Tablelands
Healthy, safe and inclusive communities
Lifelong learning
63.3% of Tablelands survey households have a broadband internet connection
Resilience Profiles Survey 2011
Question: Does your household have an internet connection?
Homelessness
Tablelands
Sustainable built and natural environments
Housing
No data is available for the Tablelands for Homelessness
Household income
Tablelands
Dynamic, resilient local economies
Income and wealth
28.1% of Tablelands survey respondents households’ income is in the lowest bracket
Resilience Profiles Survey, 2011
Question: Please indicate the approximate total of the household weekly income from wages/salaries, government benefits, pensions, allowances and other income (before tax) (annual amount in brackets)
Household insurance
Tablelands
Sustainable built and natural environments
Disaster vulnerability
Resilience Profiles Survey 2011
Question: Do you think you have adequate household insurance if your home was affected by a natural disaster?
Question: What type of household insurance do you have?
Tablelands
Sustainable built and natural environments
Disaster vulnerability
Resilience Profiles Survey 2011
Question: In the last 12 months has your home been affected by any natural disaster events (e.g. floods, cyclones, bushfires)?
Question: In the last 12 months has your home been affected by any natural disaster events (e.g. floods, cyclones, bushfires ) ?
Tablelands
Sustainable built and natural environments
Housing
Median price of houses No data currently available for Tablelands
Median price of units/flats/apartment No data currently available for Tablelands
18.9% of Tablelands dwellings receive rent assistance from Centrelink
11.1% of low-income households in Tablelands (households in bottom 40% of income distribution) are in mortgage stress
24.5% of Tablelands low-income households (households in bottom 40% of income distribution) are in rental stress
Tablelands has 478 government managed social housing dwellings
Tablelands has 202 non-government managed social housing dwellings
Queensland Housing Market Report, Department of Communities, June Quarter 2011; Social Health Atlas Public Health Information Development Unit 2011 (2009 data); ; Resilience Profiles Survey 2011; on request from Department of Communities.
Question: Is your residence; privately rented, publicly rented, owned or being purchased by you, other.
Individual income
Tablelands
Dynamic, resilient local economies
Income and wealth
34.5% of Tablelands survey respondents’ individual income is in the lowest bracket
Resilience Profiles Survey, 2011
Question: Please indicate the approximate total of all wages/salaries, government benefits, pensions, allowances and other income you personally receive per week before tax? (annual amount in brackets)
Tablelands
Dynamic, resilient local economies
Economic Activity
Percentage of population employed in creative class occupations
Measure under development
Tablelands
Sustainable built and natural environments
Housing
Tablelands has 547 people in correctional facilities
Tablelands has 5 aged care service providers with 408 community care places, residential high care, residential low care and transition care places.
Tablelands has 110 boarding school beds
• ABS, Prisoners in Australia, 2011 • Australian Govt, Department of Health and Ageing, 2010 • Australian Boarding School Association, 2011. • Census of Population and Housing 2006; SAAP Client Collection 2006; National Census of Homeless School Students 2006.
Tablelands
Healthy, safe and inclusive communities
Community connectedness
88.7% of Tablelands survey respondents would contact a neighbour if the respondent needed assistance
92.1% of Tablelands survey respondents would ask a neighbour if they needed assistance
Resilience Profiles Survey 2011
Question: If you went away would you leave a key with a neighbour?
Question: Do you have the phone number of a neighbour?
Tablelands
Demography
Diversity
97.8% of Tablelands survey respondents speak English at home as the main language
Resilience Profiles Survey 2011
Question: What language is mainly spoken in your household?
Local employment
Tablelands
Dynamic, resilient local economies
Employment
Percentage of workforce who live and work in the same local government
Measure under development
Median age
Tablelands
Demography
Population size and structure
The median age of the Tablelands is 42.2 years
Queensland Regional Profiles, Office of Economic and Statistical Research, QLD Treasury, 2012
Tablelands
Democratic and engaged communities
Citizen engagement
The Resilience Profiles Survey 2011
Question: In the last 12 months have you been a member of a committee that makes decisions (like a body corporate, council, church, sport or school committee)?
Tablelands
Sustainable built and natural environments
Disaster vulnerability
Resilience Profiles Survey, 2011
Question: On a scale from 1 'very unlikely' to 5 'very likely', how likely are you to get hlep or critical information from any of the following sources if your home was affected by a natural disaster event?.
Tablelands
Healthy, safe and inclusive communities
Service Availability
Tablelands has 6 neighbourhood/community centres as of 2011
Department of Communities; local non-government organisations 2011
Tablelands
Culturally rich and vibrant commuities
Arts and cultural activities
The Resilience Profiles Survey, 2011
Question: How strongly do you agree or disagree with the following statement: There are enough opportunities in my local area to participate in arts and related activities (e.g. music, visual arts, dance, performance, craft)
Tablelands
Culturally rich and vibrant commuities
Arts and cultural activities
The Resilience Profiles Survey, 2011
Question: Did you participate in arts and related activities in the last month (e.g. music, visual arts, dance, performance, craft)
Tablelands
Democratic and engaged communities
Citizen engagement
Resilience Profiles Survey. 2011
Question: In the last 12 months have you been actively involved in any of these groups or taken part in an activity they organised?
Question: In the last 12 months have you participated in any of the following political or civic actions?
Tablelands
Culturally rich and vibrant commuities
Sporting and recreational activities
The Resilience Profiles Survey, 2011
Question: In the last twelve months have you attended any events that bring people together such as fetes, festivals, shows or other community or sporting events?:
Tablelands
Democratic and engaged communities
Citizen engagement
The Resilience Profiles Survey, 2011
Question: In the last twelve months have you been actively involved in any of these community support groups or taken part in an activity they organised?
Tablelands
Demography
Income Support and Concessions
24.6% of persons aged 15 years and over in the Tablelands local government area have a pension concession card.
Social Health Atlas Public Health Information Development Unit 2011 (2009 data)
Tablelands
Healthy, safe and inclusive communities
Personal health and wellbeing
4.7% of the Tablelands local government area population has a sensory, physical or intellectual disability.
Tablelands Regional Council, Queensland Regional Profiles, Office of Economic and Statistical Research, Queensland Treasury, February 2012, p22
Tablelands
Healthy, safe and inclusive communities
Personal health and wellbeing
Resilience Profiles Survey 2011
Question: If you needed to, could you ask someone (who does not live with you) for any of these types of support in a crisis?
Population change
Tablelands
Demography
Population size and structure
Tablelands has an average annual population change (most recent 5 yr period 2005-2010 ) of 1.9%.
ABS, Regional Population Growth, Australia, 2009-10 (cat. No. 3218.0)
Tablelands
Demography
Population size and structure
ABS, Census of Population and Housing, 2006
Population change future
Private transport
Tablelands
Sustainable built and natural environments
Transport accessibility
The Resilience Profiles Survey, 2011
Question: Do all licensed drivers in your household own or have unlimited access to a private vehicle?
Tablelands
Demography
Population stability
Provided on request: Population growth highlights and trends 2011, Office of Economic and Statistical Research, Queensland Treasury; and unpublished ABS data
Residual Net Migration
Tablelands
Dynamic, resilient local economies
Economic Activity
22.6% of Tablelands survey respondents chose ‘locally produced/owned’ as a major factor when purchasing products or services for their household.
Resilience Profiles Survey 2011
Question: When buying products/services (electrical appliances, furniture, hiring tradespeople) for your household which factor is MOST important to you?
Tablelands
Healthy, safe and inclusive communities
Service Availability
Resilience Profiles Survey 2011
Question: Do you or anyone in your household, find it difficult to access medical services (inlcluding GP's, specialists, hospital, dental) for any of these reasons?
Shelter capacity
Tablelands
Sustainable built and natural environments
Housing
Tablelands local government area has designated shelters as required
Tablelands Regional Council, Local Disaster Management Plan
Tablelands
Demography
Income Support and Concessions
8.7% of females aged 15-54 in Tablelands local government area receive the single parent payment
Social Health Atlas Public Health Information Development Unit 2011 (2009 data)
Social groups
Tablelands
Culturally rich and vibrant commuities
Citizen engagement
Resilience Profiles Survey, 2011
Question: In the last 12 months have you been actively involved in any of these social groups or taken part in an activity they organised?
Social isolation
Tablelands
Healthy, safe and inclusive communities
Community connectedness
Resilience Profiles Survey 2011
Question: In the past month have you participated in any of these activities?
Social media
Tablelands
Healthy, safe and inclusive communities
Community connectedness
Resilience Profiles Survey 2011
Question: What types of social media do you use and how often?
Social support
Tablelands
Healthy, safe and inclusive communities
Community connectedness
Resilience Profiles Survey 2011
Question: Who could you ask for support in a crisis?
Tablelands
Dynamic, resilient local economies
Income and wealth
42.7% of Tablelands population is in the most disadvantaged quintile (for an explanation of the index of disadvantage see metadata section of site)
Queensland Regional Profiles, Office of Economic and Statistical Research, QLD Treasury, 2012
Socio economic disadvantage
Tablelands
Healthy, safe and inclusive communities
Community connectedness
55.2% of Tablelands survey respondents have lived in their community more than 10 years
Resilience Profiles Survey 2011
Question: How long have you lived in this community (not necessarily your current home but within the area)?
Tablelands
Healthy, safe and inclusive communities
Personal health and wellbeing
79.3% of Tablelands survey participants agree or strongly agree that they are satisfied with their life as a whole
Resilience Profiles Survey 2011
Question: Thinking about your own life circumstance, how strongly do you agree or disagree with the following statement? I am satisfied with my life as a whole.
Tablelands
Demography
Population stability
Visitors as a percentage of total population
Under development
Tablelands
Sustainable built and natural environments
Transport accessibility
The Resilience Profiles Survey, 2011
Question: Consider all the places members of your household need to go by car or other transport. Which statement best describes your situation?
Tablelands
Healthy, safe and inclusive communities
Community connectedness
Resilience Profiles Survey 2011
Question: How strongly do you agree or disagree with the following statement? Most of my neighbours can be trusted.
Question: How safe or unsafe do you feel walking in your community after dark?
Turnover
Tablelands
Demography
Population stability
Queensland Regional Profiles, Office of Economic and Statistical Research, QLD Treasury, 2012
Turnover
Unemployment
Tablelands
Dynamic, resilient local economies
Employment
Tablelands has an unemployment rate of 9.3%, compared with 5.5% in QLD and 5.2% for Australia as of December 2011
ABS 6202.0, Released 8 March 2012; Tablelands Regional Council, Queensland Regional Profiles, Office of Economic and Statistical Research, Queensland Treasury, February 2012, p28
Unemployment rates
Values
Tablelands
Culturally rich and vibrant commuities
Values
The Resilience Profiles Survey, 2011
Question: Please number in order of importance the top 5 values that you think are most important to pass on to our children/young people (with 1 being the most important)
Tablelands
Healthy, safe and inclusive communities
Lifelong learning
Tablelands has 3,602 vocational education and training students
Queensland Regional Profiles, Office of Economic and Statistical Research, QLD Treasury, 2012
Volunteering
Tablelands
Healthy, safe and inclusive communities
Community connectedness
Resilience Profiles Survey, 2011
Question: In the last 12 months, excluding man made or natural disasters did you provide any unpaid help (volunteer) for any of the following types of organisations in Queensland?
Vulnerability
Tablelands
Healthy, safe and inclusive communities
Personal health and wellbeing
Resilience Profiles Survey 2011
Question: Would you consider anyone in your household as a person requiring assistance or supervision?
Tablelands
Demography
Population stability
27.6% of 18-24 year olds in the Tablelands had a change of place of usual residence in a twelve month period
Data on request from OESR, compiled from statistics from Australian Bureau of Statistics, Census Population and Housing, 2006